Next Autumn-Winter season's collection from Belgian designer Veronique Branquinho comes with strong menswear inspired polished clothing sets done in traditional patterns, including tartans, pinstripes and plaids, in other words Scottish themes. My personal favorites from the show are three-piece suits, coats with quilted orange leather insets on sleeves and plaid mohair T-shirts. Everything looks traditional, classic and streamlined, while we see the touches of youthful sparks in these beautiful wardrobe looks. I'd like to make a detailed review of the presented looks.
That's a casual tartan menswear inspired look: a bomber jacket styled with wide leg trousers and shimmering silvery shirt.
The plaid mohair sweater with short sleeves is teamed with shimmering floor-length pleated skirt and long sleeve gloves.
Almost floor-length striped belted trench-coat looks sophisticated. Plus I really like those motorbike inspired gloves.
This mannish houndstooth duffel coat is styled with tailored camel trousers and colorful leather gloves.
The white mohair coat looks pretty with sky blue shirt and wool trousers.
As I have already mentioned, I like this three-piece suit, but it looks too festive teamed with shimmering skirt.
This classic suit looks modernized, thanks to the collar and wide-leg pants.
Mohair short-sleeve tartan sweater styled with striped relaxed pants.
These orange sleeves look quite aggressive to me.