Kontrol Magazine stopped by the Shout PR Spring 16 Editorial Preview and we were beyond impressed with what’s to come for the Spring! The preview included brands like LuLu’s, Press, P.J. Salvage, Black Swan, Others Follow, Kersh, Woodzee, Faces Apparel and White Crow. The brands offered variety in style ranging from dressy to lounge wear. The spring collections are projecting nautical themed clothing, suede skirts and matching separates. Take a look at what the different brands had to offer at Shout PR’s Spring 16 Editorial Preview.
LuLu’s is known for their extremely feminine clothing. For the woman who attends cocktail parties or needs the perfect dress for a prom, wedding or black-tie event, this site is the one to visit. The Spring 16 season has great matching sets, sleeveless trench coats and transitional coats from the fall to the winter. I was taken by one matching set in particular. The powder pink midi skirt and crop top was made with a soft, fuzzy material.
Woodzee is a unique sunglasses line that combines the concept of style and nature to bring you fashionable, ecological frames. In addition to eyewear, the brand also offers toothbrushes and cell phone cases. The overall mission is to provide you with environmentally friendly products that are chic and trendy. In efforts to educate the consumer on Woodzee and the importance of using products that do not harm the environment, the brand offers a Recycling Program. Customers can recycle their old glasses and receive a 40% discount on a new set of frames.
Others Follow is a line for the all-American girl. The Spring 16 collection features tank tops with the American flag and shirts with red, white and blue stripes which make for great patriotic pieces. If I could sum up the collection in a few words I’d say, “California Boho Girl.” You can dress for comfort with Others Follow. The line retails at $50 and below which makes for great, affordable pieces to add to your closet!
Black Swan featured great transitional pieces. Sometimes going from winter to spring can be a hassle. With their featured light-weight trench coats and faux leather jackets, you’ll be more than prepared to enter the spring season.
Press Is a collection that features casual pieces. Great for transitioning into the spring, the blazers, collar dresses and printed shirts can be worn for a night out on the town. Retailing at under $100, each piece can be viewed as a necessity for your closet!
Kersh featured tons on nautical themed clothing. Navy and white was the dominant color throughout the collection. The line is filled with dresses, shirts and vest that are perfectly made for a vacation. Each piece is light and airy which prepares you for a setting by the beach or on the water.
White Crow explores the 70’s era with their suede skirts and vests. The line also has a variety of plaid dresses and shirts that offer a comfortable, rugged look. What I love about this line is that it has some range to it. You can find something to dress up in and something for a casual night out.
P.J. Salvage offer comfortable, fashionable sleepwear and lounge wear. The trendy prints are will have you second-guessing your PJ’s! Their philosophy is Fashion and Comfort 24/7. Judging by their Spring 2016 collection, you will live out their philosophy to the fullest.
Faces Apparel is one of the few fashion companies that really give back. A huge part of their mission is to create economic fluency in inner-city at risk areas. By partnering with community-based organizations, they’re able to help provide jobs for families which help to strengthen the community. Faces Apparel offer three lines; Faces Apparel, The Ultimate Collection and the Empowerment Collection. The shirts are great for everyday wear and can be worn with practically everything.