Summer Fashion 2021: Old Italy Influences Modern-Day Style
All in the Detail's Summer 2 Collection is here to inspire you with colors and tones reminiscent of old Italy and the long, lazy days of summer.
Vintage Hues Evoke Feelings of Nostalgia
The Summer 2 Collection was inspired by the warmth and charm of the Italian region of Tuscany. This nostalgic collection features muted pastel tones that are almost retro in look and feel. Ivory, pastel yellow, a peachy orange, muted greens, and classic whites reflect the colors of the historic, sun-soaked buildings and varied countryside found in and around the quaint small villages of the Tuscan region.
These historic towns are filled with beautiful wildflowers, lush vineyards, and fruits growing on trees that have been producing on family-owned farms for generations. The Summer 2 Collection is my attempt to truly capture the wonder and beauty of history in modern times.
3 Inspired Looks for Late Summer Style
The Summer 2 Collection makes it easy to pull together a flawless summer look with pieces pairing easily with one another. Each piece is made of lightweight material, perfect for the long, hot days of the latter part of summer.
The Hannah Crop Top and Georgie shorts are available in an ivory and orange-toned floral pattern. The lightweight fabric has the look of linen but feels much softer and smoother against your skin for all-day comfort.
This pairing screams Italian countryside. Francesca is a classic white cotton top with fluttery sleeves. Libby is a pastel green floral midi skirt in a pull-on style. Together, they create a look that is breezy and carefree.
Taylor is a pastel, lemon yellow midi dress in a delicate floral pattern. The smocked bodice and ruffled detailing at both the waist and cap sleeves make this dress effortlessly feminine and endlessly wearable.
Our Summer 2 Collection will bring a bit of vacation to your closet whether you're traveling this year or just dreaming of travel. Add some fresh summer style to your wardrobe and shop the Summer 2 Collection today!
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