We’re very excited to reveal the latest collection from Coleen Rooney, which is gorgeously full of pastels, monochrome, sixties shaping and more. It’s positively perfect for the season ahead – especially for the winter to spring transition, which we are eagerly awaiting.
Let’s start with the beautiful dresses available to you. In a pale yellow hue, the Coleen 60s Dolly Dress features gold buttons to the waist and prominent pleating to the skirt. It’s a super cute pick that will quickly become one of your most treasured purchases of the new year – as will the Coleen Lace Collar Bib Dress, which comes with a white lace bib, collar and cuffs, offering a Victorian vibe. Leaning to the next decade of the seventies, we also adore the Coleen Lace Stripe Dress – floaty in style and geometric in its print, it’s wonderfully contradicting.
If you prefer an all-in-one get-up, you’ll love the Coleen V Back Slim Leg Jumpsuit. Super sophisticated for work or the ultimate starting point for your ‘night out’ outfit, this jumpsuit is a firm favourite of ours. We’ve also got the Coleen Three-quarter Sleeve Gingham Top and Coleen Gingham Shorts, if you’d like to give the co-ord look a bash. The black and white gingham print is really on-trend, and is very flattering too.
Coleen’s selection of tops is as pretty as can be. The Coleen Cut Out Woven Front Top has an extraordinarily lovely neckline and is striking in electric blue. Adding a flirty touch is the see-through lace section. Alternatively, opt for the Coleen Placket Front Blouse – Stripe if flattering shirts are your thing. The buttons are concealed with a strip of black fabric, which is amazingly slimming.
Both of these tops would look fab with the Coleen Skinny Distressed Jeans, which are super stylish thanks to their ripped knees. And who doesn’t love a pair of staple skinny jeans?
Finally, revel in the gorgeousness of the Coleen 60s Coat. Continuing her love affair with Sixties style, this lemon-hued coat is Jackie O inspired with its cute collar and multiple pocket design. How wonderful would it look in the run-up to spring?