I'd like to share with you the latest Spring-Summer season's collection of women's casual, sportswear, wild west and monochrome looks made by Pam & Gela. Designers were inspired by Doug Aiken show The Idea of the West. Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor behind the brand offer us trompe l'oeil denim effects, Western fringed suede motorcycle outerwear, peasant dresses with Native American motifs, boyfriend style black leather pants and printed sweats. We see tie-dye effects, twisted collars and my favorite combat boot silhouette lace-up sandals. Well, I personally kind of like that L.A. spirit mixed with hippie touches and sportiness.
The mdel looks self-confident wearing a cowboy hat, fringed jacket, simple, casual tee and cuffed skinnies styled with snake print lace-up combat boot sandals.
Pale blue biker outerwear is worn with tie dye effect two-piece dress.
Love the following casual, pale tie dye effect tee styled with light brown shorts.
The light brown outerwear embellished with fringes looks awesome with simple tee and high-waisted mini shorts.
That's another cool piece, which is ideal for casual Fridays and weekends wear. Love this striped two piece dress.
the light red sweatshirt is worn with mini white skirt and black fringed jacket.
The grey simple tee is styled with khaki sports trousers. You can cover up with a perfect white fringed jacket.
Here we see a wide collar grey sweatshirt with an eye-print which is worn atop pencil skirt.
The black leather biker jacket looks awesome with chambray tee and black leather moto pants.
Here we see a monochrome sweatshirt worn with white mini skirt embellished with zips.
The striped long-sleeve top is worn with slim-fit pants and my favorite black, combat-boots sandals.
That's an impressive monochrome two-piece gown.
The cream white outerwear looks marvelous styled with simple tee and short skirt: