Spring 2011 – An Exotic Journey

This year’s spring/summer trends not only look great, but they are going to make our lives easier too …… bring on the sun!

THE COLOURS:This seasons hottest colours

Honeysuckle – a vibrant pinkish red

Coral Rose – spicy, a sophisticated orange

Peapod – a fresh yellow-green, brings organic elements to the palette

Beeswax – a warm honeyed yellow

Silver Peony – a good neutral like stone

Russet – trans seasonal neutrals provide a staple backdrop

Regatta – a vibrant colour combination that will add zest to any wardrobe

Blue curacao – alluring blue curacao evokes thoughts of tropical destinations

Lavender – romantic with it’s subtle hint of red undertone

Silver Cloud – a quintessential neutral that you can rely on to coordinate with everything in your wardrobe



Full-on floating floral chiffons, pale lace and delicate crochet, tuned into feather-light dresses that drift softly to the floor. Pure and simple.


Yes, it comes around every year but we love this look – especially as we can work our winter camel items into it too.  Mix it up with leopard or aztec prints and beading – go-on, be daring!

An explosion of prints, geometrical accents, Indian flowers, folk music kitsch, cartoon influences and naïve primitives, that all mix up to create a wild patchwork of fashion.


A dominant part of any spring/summer season, though usually year on year, spring sees stripes with an unsurprising nautical dominance.  Navy and white are a must – go mad and clash or team with prints.


The fashion packs love affair with leather continues into Spring 2011.  The classic biker jacket has re-emerged after a season of the aviator jacket.  Burberry has lead this all the way, with leopard prints and snakeskin, also featured in their catwalks.


Glam Rock – It’s bright, it’s beautiful!

Romance – there’s a lot of love!

Print – shocking colour, very daring!

Colour (blocking it) – prints, soft romance!

1970’s – glam punk and the long skirt, be inspired!

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