Getting ready for the Beach – Paul and Joe SS 2016

Sitting there watching the Paul and Joe Spring Summer 2016 Fashion show seriously made me want to pick an outfit and simply go to the beach with it. The flowered prints reminiscing the South Pacific. Love the way they were combined with sparkly jeans and shoes – if you bought yourself silver shoes this summer just gone, well done they are defiantly keepers for summer 2016!

BTW: Did you know Paul and Joe are the names of the founder – Sophie – two sons – how cute is that!

Here a few highlights from the show held in Paris, Palais de Tokyo

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DSC_0262_FotorPretty pastel colours were def a theme throughout the show – orange combined with metallic pink boots!

DSC_0208_FotorJust like this fall/winter, like with like continues to be matched – tops and bottoms the same!

DSC_0257_FotorLove the cute off the shoulder frill detail. Short boots appear to be a definite must have!DSC_0244_Fotor

White has always been one of my favourites for summer and this dress is no exception – yes please!

DSC_0228_FotorMetallic taken one step further from just appearing in shoes and seen quite a bit throughout the summer shows as fabric used for entire garments. Not sure what it would feel like against the skin…

DSC_0292_FotorThe bomber type jacket making a statement.DSC_0280_Fotor…and shorts are shorter rather than long.

DSC_0288 (1)_FotorThis easy to wear ensemble shows how thought has been given to ensure the collection has something for everyone.  Note the shiny bag and shoes matching perfectly, including pink petal detail.

Wishing you all a fab day!

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