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Summer Suits
The variety in Summer Suits can almost be regarded as endless. They come in many different styles, prints, material and colors. We at FRESCOTTON wanted to shed some light on this summer’s trend. For which we have shot the following editorial highlighting suits from By Parra, Libertine Libertine, Carhartt WIP, Les Deux, Daily Paper, Arte Antwerp and Obey. All suits can be found in the FRESHCOTTON webshop, of course.

All-Over Prints
Nowadays all-over prints on suits are becoming more and more common, ranging from the red carpet at the MET Gala to any-day art itself. Before we head to our own editorial we just want to showcase some inspirational images. These images should provide an example on what to expect when picturing all-over print designs in mind.

Hopefully now that you have gained some understanding on what to expect of all-over print designs, the following imagery features all-over print suits available in the FRESHCOTTON webshop. Featuring fits by By Parra, Libertine LibertineLes Deux and Daily Paper. All-over prints are best worn with matching prints, combining with other prints is best to be avoided. Finishing your look with accessories is your safest bet of pulling off an all-over print suit, checkout the images below to checkout how.

Denim has a rich history, this is what we wanted to showcase within our editorial as well. To provide you, the reader, the same feel for denim we ask you to take a look at the inspirational imagery. Briefly showcasing its heritage and versatility which we have attempted to take along in the images of our own editorial as well.

Featuring a suit from Arte Antwerp, the summer suit is completely made out of denim and showcases the versatility of the material.

Pastel colors, of course, can’t be left out of the picture either. Definitely for this time of year pastel colors are the reoccurring trend in fashion providing you with the light and soft tones to match perfectly with the season. Originally Pastel was the French name for a light shade of blue. The color came from a plant called Dyers Woad (Isatis Tinctoria) and was used to dye clothing before indigo which worked better. Checkout the images below to get a feel for the pastel summer suits to follow.

Featuring fits from Carhartt WIP, pastel can be used to mix and match while assembling your outfit. But as we are highlighting suits today, we’ll only feature those in the editorial.

The following pictures of architecture were used as inspiration for the white theme of the editorial. The white architecture showcases beautiful silhouettes of sculptures on a white surface on what looks like to be marble. The feeling which is created is exactly the same feeling which white clothing brings across in fashion.

The summer suits to feature complete in white is the summer suit from Daily Paper, which we have tried to capture in the same light as the architecture displayed above.

The material which we can’t leave out of this editorial is velvet. Originally made for capes and dresses for women, velvet projects a type of luxury since it was first made in the 16th century. The inspirational images below showcase velvet used in various types of furniture, which provides a very luxurious indoor feel.

The fit below features the velvet summer suit from Obey.

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