Orley Adds a Style-Risk Accessory for Spring/Summer 2014

Orley Adds a Style-Risk Accessory for Spring/Summer 2014

Orley popped up on everyone’s radar when the brand introduced its creative approach to knitwear. Swirly tie-dye patterns and geometric shapes on Italian-made sweaters was refreshing to see if you’ve grown tired of looking at a sea of solid colors. Since then, the label has expanded to offer a lot more than just scarves, beanies, and sweaters. For the spring/summer 2014 collection, Orley includes trousers, shirts, cardigans, shorts and more. Red and maroon colors are also a big theme for the season. One look that sticks out the most is the models use of a sash. It’s safe to say the look is definitely a style-risk that might be too advanced to pull off, but if you can, go for it. For the most part the rest of the collection is on point. 

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