We’re living life at a high-tempo, our energy levels are at their max. Summer means dressing with motivation, never coming home and roaming with a vengeance. Naturally, in this state of mind our clothes are influenced by our mood, and trends steer towards positive feelings. We’ve pulled together the 2019 Spring/Summer trends that speak to that optimist in all of us.
Sweatshirts, sport jackets, caps and visors… It’s clear that this Summer the streets will turn into a fashionable gym class. In contrast to previous seasons, sporty pieces often combined with chic accessories in the latest fashion, are presented, in the most fashionable shade of green in Birelin’s collection. And, by adding beige and black stripes to the green, the allure of the design is simply undeniable.
Passion for Geometry
Are you familiar with the name Piet Mondrian? He’s an artist who lived between 1872-1944 and was renowned for his passion for the De Stijl trend. The link between these masterpieces are those perfectly horizontal and vertical lines that the artist obsessed over. Consisting of three geometric pieces which widen towards the hem, this Birelin dress is a 2019 Spring/Summer Top 5 piece that embodies the geometry trend almost as well as Mondrian’s paintings. Choose geometrics over and over in order to take those geometry enriched designs to a new level. Try out some accessories such as square-shaped bags or round wooden high-heeled sandals.
Botanicals in your Wardrobe
The positive influence of pure green nature on the human psyche is proven. Well, what about those outfits that are imprinted by nature? Those botanical prints that we see gracing the frames of haute couture manifest themselves in a dress form using Birelin’s satin fabrics and chiffon. This pattern’s distinguishing feature is truly its ability to adapt to any occasion, any time, any day of the week.
Pastel colours and feathers are without a doubt fashion’s most optimistic two all-time trends. When bringing these two details together, it is almost impossible not to capture an optimistic combination. Adorning Birelin’s bustiers, tops and dresses, these two features are guaranteed to make the wearer, and lucky passer-by, feel good. Some may prefer to keep a distance from this trend, but for those who are testing the waters, here is our recommendation: team up feather decorated pastel tones with masculine black blazers, wide-cut black slacks or jeans and sneakers or moccasins. You’ll tone down the call for attention by a notch.
Glitter, bright colours, lines, dynamism and charisma! These words are enough to describe the silhouette of the 1960s Studio 54. Our muses for this movement are Edie Sedgwick, Liza Minelli, Nico and Bianca Jagger. We follow their style and always keep their trends on our inspiration board. Presented as part of Birelin’s 2019 Spring/Summer collection, this sequined pink, yellow, blue and navy lined skirt and top combo is a candidate for Studio 54’s regular crowd.