A walk on the wilde side

With more than 10 years’ experience in the fashion industry,Alice McCall’s latest venture House of Wilde is built on a love of uniquely embellished garments with a craftier feel, in contrast to mass-produced fashionlooks

McCall’s signature bohemian look (first fostered designing for Buddhist Punk and later Sass & Bide) can be found throughout thecollection, which comprises of maxi and mini dresses, gilets, vest tops, shorts and loose trousers in 70s silhouettes and tribal prints.

A relaxed palette of peach, cream, navy and blush provides abackdrop next to vibrant yellow and orange and there is added interest in theform of blown-up batiks, animal prints, sequin detailing and tie dye techniques.

I’m totally sold on the tribal, slightly hippy look of thecollection and I think some pieces would be perfect for summer festivals andfor holiday worn casually slung over a bikini.

With prices between £49 and £149 (slightly higher than high street average) however it may be it worth sticking to the investment pieces inthe collection that can be worn after the last days of summer have gone.
What do you think of the collection? Will you be buying it come summer?

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