After our first Horizon collection was launched at the start of June, we heard from so many of you about your love for the print (thank you) and with suggestions on other silhouettes you would like to see the Horizon print in. We are happy to say, once again, that WE HEARD YOU!
With Horizon2, we bring to you the loved Horizon print in 3 new silhouettes - a tent dress, a batwing romper, and a midi skirt.
You can read more about our Horizon print in our first blog post but let us now share with you some of the illustrations we did to conceptualise the Horizon2 pieces after hearing from many of you:
And, take a look at how the designs went from our head and paper to reality:
The Horizon Thick Strap Tent Dress might be the perfect versatile piece for anytime of the day, or even a relaxing summer vacation! You will definitely love the comfort of this dress, and the roominess of the pockets. Pair it up with sneakers for a casual fun look, or spice things up with your favourite pair of heels!
Next up, the Horizon Boatneck Romper! This fun and happy romper is made for a playful summer day adventure! You will love the comfortable and flattering boatneck cut, the pleats at the bottom and functional roomy side pockets. Complete the look with some comfy sneakers or sandals, and don’t forget a cute sling!
Last but not least, we think the A-line Skirt will also make a perfect addition to your wardrobe! This flattering A-line piece cinches at the waist, and gracefully flares out (but not too much) for a really classy silhouette. Pair it up with heels for a elegant and sophisticated look, or with a plain fitted top or tee and sneakers for a casual relaxed look!
And if you want to see Horizon2 in action, here you go!
The HORIZON2 collection is now available at our Funan store (#02-K09, the only unit on the mezzanine floor of level 2), and on our website allwouldenvy.com.
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