The SS19 look book
This Spring, old school trends are back in a big way and we are loving it!
To get into the revival spirit we invited a few friends to Westfield Parramatta to recreate their own signature REVIVAL style with celebrity stylist @Lauren.Boutros. Lauren tells us below how she went about curating these top looks for Spring.
"The perfect look for a glamourous night out! The ‘Co Ord’ trend as is an easy way to make any outfit chic and well styled. Investing in “sets” avoids the hunt to random pieces that work together. The ‘Boyfriend’ cut blazer is the perfect transeasonal investment adding the cool factor to the simplest of outfits, even if it’s layered with a plain white tee".
"Spring racing season is drawing near and this bardot dress ticks all the boxes. The billowy sleeves is a real selling point for me. When seeking arm coverage this is a fantastic cut – even for the warmer months. The deep V neck and belted waist balances out flowy silouhette. The vibrant green colour is compliemented with the print of the shoe. I love amping up a plain dress with an eye catching shoe or clutch".
As seen on @stylendipity
"We took two staple pieces in every man’s closet – The basic polo and denim jacket- and elevated with a cool seasonal trend, the check trouser. A departure from the average chino, the tapered cropped pant is a cut that works with every build. Hemmed sharp on the ankle, these trouser are best styled with a fresh sneaker".
YD. top and pant
General Pants Co.
Aquila jacket and sneakers
As seen on @quoc_phan
"Tie dye trend is back with a bang. What drew me to this hoodie is the lighter, pastel tones which is a big departure from what we first saw decades ago. We layered this colourful hoodie to separate the denim on denim look. Nike air force ones are a nostolgic yet modern touch to mens streetwear. A great investment as this style is a classic".
General Pants Co. outfit
JD Sports shoes
As seen on @Yeboah
To see more revival Spring trends head into centre today!