Miss Selfridge Fashion Trends for Spring Summer 2006
This page features elements and press images from the spring 2006 Miss
Selfridge collection. Miss Selfridge is owned by Arcadia in UK. These
fashion looks are much softer than previous collections and reflect the
trend for more ladylike styling. Despite this there are plenty of urban chic
elements that make for city wearability.
Click thumbnails. See more images from this group
on the Topshop, Wallis,
and Evans pages. Images courtesy of Arcadia
Miss Selfridge online
A touch of masculinity makes an
entrance in to the most feminine of seasons softened with a preppy
prettiness and a confident nod to Pop Art.
Modern sportswear gets mixed up
with pleated pants, stripes and florals and poplins and gabardines, while
acid tones lend texture to staple shades of navy.
Polo shirts, yokes and
jogging pants are kept politely feminine with shirt collars, fine knits, and
Jersey stripe top £18 27
Ticking stripe short £30 45
Knee socks £7 10
Tan peep toe wedges £45 67
Wrap yourself in braces and
patchwork with an eclectic collection which proves you dont have to be
matching to be chic.
Floral print chiffon dress £40 59
Red peep toe wedge £45 67
Oversized shirts are worn with wide leg pants whilst
delicate knits create a soft line under masculine dungaree shorts and the
little girl in us all is given a voice with flirty dresses and floaty cotton
Cotton Metallic mac £50 74
Metallic triangle gold bikini top £12 18
Knot top £18 27
Khaki blouson short £30 45
Beaded toe post £25 37
A modern take on the cruise wear
style of the 1950s sees crisp, pretty pieces with clean cut
boxy jackets. With red, white and blue forming a core palette mixed in with
sunny yellow and grass green for a flash of graphic inspiration. Prints are
mixed and layered the pencil skirt is modernised with pinafore braces and
denim is raised from the hips to sit firmly on the waist.
Cute cap sleeve top £18 27
Sheer fluted dress £38 57
Vintage wasp belt £18 27
chic is given some summer loving with rock star metallics and fondant
fancies. Camisoles and petticoats, washed denim and tailored jackets keep
silhouettes simple and reminiscent of the coquettish style of the 70s.
Colours are soft and muted and summer dresses are strapless and puffball or
wrapped and belted worn with cardigans and beads.
waist jeans £38 57
Braces £12 18
White cotton blouse £25 37
The seasons need for a masculine
touch is viewed through rose tinted glasses with the collection mixing
shorts with sashes and tailoring with trimmings. Watercolour prints in muted
tones sit with vintage skinny denim and lurex knitwear and ruffled sleeves
give character to cleaner lines. Think soft and dreamy, a collection for
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