Goethe and Kandinsky already knew that each color has its own meaning. Mayerline and Améline used this idea to give a boost of optimism and positivism with
an expressive, energetic collection. Grass green and orange stimulate creativity; lilac and bubblegum pink give you an ethereal, dreamy look. Camel and regatta blue connect you to the earth and its oceans. White and black provide balance.
All these stimulating colors come together in striking prints in bicolour or multicolour. In the collection you will find paisley and tropical flowers, but there are also abstract motifs in balanced patterns. The fabrics are airy and structured. Cotton, linen and viscose are ubiquitous. Seersucker is making a comeback and we’re also seeing full silhouettes in knitwear. The Mayerline and Améline collections are designed from the central idea that comfort goes hand in hand with style. You can feel good and look radiant at the same time. The result is an ultra-feminine collection full of summer dresses for festive moments and elegant silhouettes. The highlights include an embroidered dress, a mint suit and a white linen blazer for a timeless, casual chic feel.
Want to know more about this stylish fashion house? Read more about Mayerline on the brand page: fashionunited.com/companies/mayerline
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