Let's have a look at E. Tautz women's wear debut collection for the next Spring-Summer season. Label's creative director Patrick Grant offers a maritime palette of navy and white. We see fashion model wearing statement 1950's naval uniform inspired wide-leg, high-waist jeans and shorts. I personally love the roomy tunic-style tops in a denim and linen stripe which are tucked in those wide bottoms. Another great thing which caught my eyes is the slim-fit suits (double-breasted blazer, button-down and slim, high-waisted pants), which look perfect, as an office wear. Nowadays tomboy chic wardrobe looks simple, yet oversized.
The blond long hair model looks great in dark navy hooded raincoat worn atop striped shirt tucked in high-waisted, belted, wide-leg, cuffed jeans paired with white lace-up slip-ons.
Here we see a casual menswear inspired look, which includes 1/2 sleeve vertical striped shirt, high-waisted indigo denim cuffed pants and white slip-ons.
That's a simple blue jean wide, short sleeve top tucked in high-waisted indigo jeans.
Here we see the same wide trousers, striped shirt and a cool, dark blue blazer.
The navy-white striped tee is tucked in high-waisted, pleated denim short. I really love the loose-fit silhouette, which looks quite mannish to me.
Here we see a pinstripe shirt tucked in pencil pants. That's a nice outfit for wearing at work.
Another great fit for office wear: white pencil trousers, pinstripe button-down and vertical white striped navy blazer.