Whitney Pozgay behind Whit presented new resort collection. The pre-spring was inspired by stylized dioramas American Museum of Natural History, featuring plant illustrations, leopard and quirky antelope prints. The spring-minded collection comes with beautiful shift dresses, structured skirts, belted coat-dresses, pant suits, shirtdresses, boxy blouses, etc. Personally, I like label's traditional polka dots and stripes what appeared on many clothes. The geometric pattern provides a stark contrast against the nature prints.
That's a pretty masculine army green straight-fit long jacket with patch pockets worn atop white shift dress. I like the flat leather slippers.
Leopard print shift-dress looks relaxed. Complete the look by adding classic sunglasses and slippers.
The black striped white loose-fit dress looks casual. Try it on with high-sole sandals.
That's a great matching separates look. We see a casual shortened sleeve pullover paired with straight fit knee-length skirt in leopard print.
Plant illustrated black striped white T-shirt is worn with wide army green cropped trousers.
V-neck khaki shift-dress in leopard spots is a good choice for relaxed walks around town.
A dark blue asymmetrical skirt cut dress in white polka dots is an ideal choice for making statement in the crowd.
White dotted blue colored top is paired with straight fit below-the-knee leopard printed skirt.
White plant printed belted coat-dress looks smart-casual. Try it on with comfy sandals.
Photo: Greg Vore / Courtesy of Whit