Spring has sprung here at Cotswold Collections with the exciting arrival of our latest range!
With the blossoming of the new season come the stunning new trends that you’re sure to see through the coming months and beyond. As you begin looking to rejuvenate your wardrobe, take a peek at the must-have vibrant colours, luxurious fabrics and delightful patterns.
From the catwalks to Cotswold. One of many colour trends that we are all set to see this year is the head to toe combination. Comprising of your whole ensemble being of one colour the most popular of which will be beige.
From feminine florals to a new take on the traditional paisley, patterns are in! Opt for something delicate like our short sleeved blouse or pair your plains with a bold statement piece.
For more pattern inspiration, read our recent patterns journal.
All in the details:
Accessories, accessories, accessories. Throw out the ‘less is more’ phrase and finish your outfits with a hat, scarf, pair of earrings, statement necklace or a combination of them all!
Explore our accessories range to add those finishing touches that will tie your ensembles together.
Pleats have remained a staple wardrobe piece for many years and their popularity with Cotswold Collections as well as our customers have not wavered.
Through the strong partnership we share with our British heritage mills and by popular demand, our latest introduction is our stunning hyacinth checked pleat skirt.
Pastels are always a popular trend, especially in Spring and Summer. Though this year, a new shade will be in the spotlight: sage green. Take a look at our stunning offering in this beautiful hue.
Through the last few years awareness of sustainability, plastic pollution and global warming has grown. During 2018 the fashion industry also saw this change occurring with recycled, au-natural fabrics taking to the catwalks. This trend is sure to continue through 2019 and the coming years.
In early 2018, here at Cotswold Collections we began removing the plastic wrapping from all our catalogues. Continuing to do our part for the environment, this year we have included ecologically sound fabric that has been made from recycled plastic bottles and cotton.
Which trends are your favourites? Let us know in the comments.