The A/W22 Somerset by Alice collection is a nod to the West. Both the Wild West and the West country. A fashion journey worth embracing and wearing.
About Somerset By Alice Autumn/Winter 2022: The Inspiration The A/W22 Somerset by Alice collection is a nod to the West: the Wild West and the West Country pastoral life where Alice was born, raised and now lives and works. The playful cowgirl attitude imbues the functional pieces on offer. Made for the everyday – city living or country dwelling – Alice's Autumn/Winter22 collection delivers hardworking styles for every woman.
Silhouettes of Somerset By Alice
Flattering high, cinched waists alongside balloon sleeves and exaggerated collars. There is a play to both masculine and feminine with the utilitarian denim jumpsuit sitting next to the frill-adorned checked prairie dress. High-necked dresses with cut-outs and bow detailing are perfect for Christmas. The bestselling Somerset by Alice jumpsuit is re-imagined for the season in hero prints. Inspired by vintage pieces, the statement military co-ord contrasts with the rich velvet pieces that make a festive statement. Free-flowing A-line skirts offer easy statement pieces for the season.
Alice Temperley's Prints and Colour Palette
Iconic and timeless leopard print, two-tone ikats, checks and abstract florals sit alongside festive star prints and tartan for a Christmas drop. Earthy hues of olive green, sea blues, biscuit, and cream with pops of deep fuchsia tinge and gently warm up this collection. For Christmas, luxurious gold and blacks with rich greens, red tartans and staple monochromes with an unexpected standout addition of acid green. Hardwearing corduroy and denim, sustainable crepe, rayon and satin jacquards, star guipure lace, crinkle check polyester, PU, jacquard, Fairisle and cable knitwear, velvets and lace trims.
Delicate yet strong, light and solar. The women imagined by Alice Temperley for her Somerset by Alice are like her home or the "Land of the Summer People", and this collection brings a bit of homey warmth in the coldest months ahead.
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