June 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
Style & Inspiration
Taking inspiration form the incredible journey made by migrating birds as they search out new habitats with the seasons change. The Hucklebones Autumn/Winter 2012 print aptly named Great Flight depicts the beautiful form of the snow goose as it takes to the skies.
For occasion wear the collection nods towards fifties chic with full skirts and bodice dresses. Pretty detailing and soft or sheer fabrics enhance this elegant vibe. Simple clean lines run throughout the collection, a perfect balance of minimalism and sophistication.
Stylish casual separates and easy dresses each with a unique detail are pulled together with gorgeous intastia knitwear with scalloped design and available in three dolly mixture shades, vintage cream, mustard seed and peach.
Key looks include textured boucle collarless coats styled with luxurious Toscana sheepskin accessories. Prim and sophisticated tonal jacquard dresses with contrast trims. To balance the line needlecord shorts and rompers combine with herringbone tweed capes, coats and softwash denim.
Origami influences adorn key styles with precisely folded bows cascading down printed and lace A-line dresses. Layering is a big part of the AW collection, its all about colour, texture and clean lines with some added sparkle.
For more information and to view the full collection visit hucklebones.co.uk
Credits: photography by Laura Alice Hart; styling by Zoe Goldsmith and grooming by Sandra Bermingham.
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