Melissa Nepton’s collection was youthful and rejuvenating. We saw lots of sheer panelling and mesh that seemed to be a recurring trend across a lot of the spring collections. The overall palette was fairly muted with many varying tones of beiges as well as some salmon and turquoise (did they collaborate with Bustle?) accent pieces to spice up the collection.
Melissa Nepton’s S/S 2015 Collection
The pieces were very flirty and feminine as we saw lots of dresses as well as silks throughout. Sheer textiles combined with strategically placed panelling made up for a large majority of her pieces, making them breezy for the warmer months. Melissa Nepton’s collection was extremely ready-to-wear with silhouettes and designs fit for the working urbanite girl that would go perfectly from day to night.
Melissa Nepton spiced up your typical silhouettes and cuts with a variety of textiles and draping that elevated the looks to a new level worthy of fashionistas. If you take a close look, the majority of her silhouettes are relatively simple, but through the additions of detail and choice of fabric, they become much much more than basic. We loved the striated sheer panelling that was reminiscent of this past year’s sporty chic vibe, as well the midi length skirts and dresses.
Melissa Nepton’s collection was overall very well received and had every female in attendance craving for a few pieces to bring home (or to wear to the office – if it’s a casual setting). And if you’re worried that the sheer panelling and mesh may be too revealing, many pieces from her collection were opaque enough to not require slips, so there’s something for everyone!
[quote_center]What did you think of Melissa Nepton’s choice of materials, and would you wear any of these pieces to work?[/quote_center]
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