You would be forgiven if men’s shirts was the first thing that came to mind when you think of Thomas Pink.
They offer a lot more than men’s shirts.
The womenswear section at Thomas Pink’s inviting Spring 2010 press day is were we headed yesterday, to check out what was on offer.
The Spring 2010 collection is divided into four themed groups, each accompanied by a succinct title.
Firstly The White Collection.
As a wardrobe staple the white shirt is a necessity and here Thomas Pink have created pieces with thought. With luxurious fabrics like cotton silk and details such as The White Collection printed on the inside of each collar, you are sure to feel confident in one of these bright white shirts.
The Summer Brights look adds a wash of exactly that; bold hues inspired by David Hockney’s ‘The Splash.’
For those who find it as warming as I do to inject a bit of colour sometimes – the keen yellow or coral will hit the spot.
RCFA regulars are no strangers to glamour and so for many this collection will be key.
Collectively the Glamour pieces are a grown-up, bolder statement using 1930′s oil paintings and 1920′s clothing as inspiration .
The gorgeous dresses achieve a great vintage feel when combined with a bit of red lipstick and a nipped-in waist.
The smart ‘Shacket’ is a clever shirt/jacket combo that deserves a mention not only for it’s originality but for being such a well-named fusion!
Eton Chic stood out as my favourite as I adored the proud English denotation and Britannia-inspired palette.
School-boy twists provide a charming feel to Eton Chic with focused designs that are casual yet smart. The slinky ‘Sailor’ top with gold buttons is great as is Thomas Pink’s soft, shapely blazer.
With the striped shirts that have been infused I can see how this is aptly on-trend for Spring.
Thomas Pink Fall 2009 collection is currently in store, with the Spring 2010 collection due to hit stores in February.
Find out more via Thomas Pink’s website.
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