The Elizabeth Suzann Spring/Summer 2014 collection provides a lesson in both functionality and comfort. The designer has deliberately produced a series of pieces that tie neatly at the waist and back, enabling women to play with the size and shape of the line in a way that suits the bodies and needs of shoppers.
Suzann is targeting a pervasive problem in the fashion world. While apparel is suited to the feminine form according to sizing, this often isn't enough to suit unique needs. In its place, the wrap style enables buyers to individually tailor these items of clothing.
Aside from the practical elements at play in this series, the dresses, pant suits, trousers and tops are also remarkably subtle. As they fall loosely, they give off a relaxed, nonchalant vibe.
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