Jena.Theo revels its Fall-Winter 2014-2015 season's lookbook of women's pretty, colorful and urban inspired looks. The brand was founded by Jenny Holmes (sher has a gift for volume and bold lines) and Dimitris Theocharidis (talent for intricate details), but before they have created Jenny was a buyer for one international retailer and Dimitris worked as a freelance designer. In 2011, artist O.Two joined the creative team contributing new details and awesome prints. Today I want to share with you label's best looks from Fall 2014, pre-fall and denim lookbooks. There is a strong street style vibe, which makes the following abstract pattern outfits to be functional and easy-to-wear. The Autumn collection is full of luxury garments with timeless qualitative details, artistic and sculptural pieces.
The high neck, sleeveless dress looks marvelous in the following abstract print. Love the way it's styled with black socks and pointed toe, patent black flat shoes.
Here we see a monochrome, floral ensemble, which has a relaxed fit:
That's a marvelous, black ensemble which features colorful floral prints:
Here we see an asymmetric shift with loose, wide sleeves and gold-bronze metalized floral torso:
The pale blue dress looks amazing in silver floral prints:
The black elongated top looks awesome with black, patent leggings:
The A-line, floral ensemble looks sweet and retro inspired to me:
That's a wow effect denim, mini dress, which comes in washed blue denim fabric:
Here we see a loose-fit, T-dress in black color with white florals:
The colorblocked ensemble in a loose-fit silhouette with short, wide sleeves looks casual and modern. Love the chambray torso:
How about the following bright, flower colored anorak in a loose-fit silhouette with a pretty hood.
That's a functional, shirtdress in classic, blue denim color, which is cinched at the waist and has a knee-length.
If you want something eye-catching and bright, then try on this awesome outfit, which features a collarless, wrap light gold jacket and the same colored leggings.