SPRING is here! Get ready for a real casual season with Springfield!
Here are the pieces you can choose from for that contemporary and casual style with a universal and relaxed mood, and versatile outfits for every day.
Spring silhouettes, colourful prints and simple garments with lots of details. These are some of the new season elements with which denim plays a leading role. Handmade texts, ripped effects and wider fits are the main new characteristics on this fabric. Trendy items like the lightweight jackets or the new off the shoulder blouses in ecru tones or with striped prints and lace details are the must-haves to create casual everyday outfits.
Ficus Green colour will be the main tone to be combined with ecru, washed blues and dusty pinks. Shirts will have embroidered details and floral prints, stripes and filmy fabrics. The dress-over-a tee trend keeps being on top through full buttons structure pieces with adjustable waist detail and vivid spring colours. Jump into the suede accessories and the total white sneakers to achieve these contemporary looks.
Make it Short!
Crisp and warm summer weather is almost here and there’s no better way to celebrate it than with those outifts we love! Stripy shirts or with summer inspired miniprints, mao collar polo shirts and lightweight shorts will be the top new items to create the new season looks for the Springfield man. There are new prints like the classic pinstripe, all-time must have like the denim version with hard washes.
Young and casual. The new “1984” collection is inspired in the 80’s to start this new season. Red, green and blue are the protagonists in block colours structures and also in sporty garments with a retro touch. Denim and sneakers complete a 24/7 look full of colour.
We love Navy
Once again, as it does every Spring, the Navy inspired collection for her appears through a young and casual capsule. Navy blue, red and ecru colours are the main tones for the collection’s key elements like stripes, floral prints and patches. Lurex details and the new cotton blue parka will be your best allies in your everyday casual looks.
With a European style, this collection brings a wide palette of fresh and bright colours like blue, white and beige. Stripes are one of the key elements in shirts and knitwear along with the new slim fit chino pants, denim jackets or the new beige trench.
An icon within the last seasons: the ballet trend. And it now comes with an oriental touch! Pastel pink, grey melange and water green colours recreate Japanese inspired floral prints in dresses and tops. Urban silhouettes in dusty colours for your feminine looks this Spring.
Dressed up in colors
A collection for him with one colour garments in natural tones to which overlays oranges, greens and blues. Simple prints in sweaters and tees with tint in garment, chino pants in great variety of colours conform an urban look for your spring adventure this season.
As vibrant as man’s collection, the “Oriental Garden” capsule brings the botanic flower as the key element for the Spring looks of the Springfield woman. Green, washed pinks and blues will be the colour base for garments like dresses and shirts. These garments will combine with hard washed ripped jeans for a trendy and comfy silhouette. Shirts get great importance this season as there are a great range of patterns in different styles. Floral prints, patches and stripes are key elements to wear them!
In the Philippines, Springfield is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., and is located at Greenbelt 3, Trinoma, Corte de las Palmas Alabang Town Center, SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, Eastwood City, SM Southmall, Blue Bay Walk, Bonifacio High Street, and Estancia at Capitol Commons.
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