Ever looked at your closet and wished things coordinated a bit more? Have you ever wanted to wear a particular item but realize nothing in your wardrobe really goes with it? It’s something women go through almost daily. Fear not fashionistas, because one women’s contemporary sportswear label, Lola and Sophie, is here to fix that issue. The brand boasts a collection that follows a modern system of dressing. Lola & Sophie uses easy key pieces and interchangeable items that work together to create an entire wardrobe that will take you from day to night, weekday to weekend, and season to season with ease. The Lola and Sophie Fall/Holiday 2015 Collection features perfect-for-layering looks that seamlessly fuses style and comfort for a chic yet relaxed look.
Above are two of our uttermost favorite pieces from the Lola and Sophie Fall/Holiday 2015 Collection – the very stylish Reversible Cocoon Shrug, and the Sweater Jacquard Long Cardigan seen above. Both pf these layering pieces add a touch of elegant simplicity to any outfit. Another favorite is the stylish Ponte jacket below, which features both an edgy and structured look. Designer Gene Kagan is showcasing one of the ways this very fashion-forward jacket can be worn.
“I believe in creating wearable multi-function clothes. My target customer is a woman of style and individuality. She’s 18. She’s 100! And everything in between. The common denominator is her desire to look polished and put together……These are clothes to experiment with and make your own. I designed them to be both comfortable and flattering and to instill a certain sense of empowerment for the woman who wears them “
Lola and Sophie boast the most luxurious and innovative fabrics with much of the design inspired by sculptural influences. The Lola and Sophie Collection is manufactured right here in NYC. No doubt the chic women and beautiful architecture of the city inspires his designs. You can’t help but fall in love with this contemporary sportswear label, we’ve completely surrendered, will you?
What are your thoughts on the Lola and Sophie Fall/Holiday 2015 Collection? Any favorite pieces?