Aje Fall/Winter 2020 Lookbook
Aussie fashionistas, rejoice! The Aje fall/winter 2020 collection has been revealed! Furthermore, the new pieces are already available for pre-order. It might seem a little early for such thoughts, however, at a closer look, fashionistas will immediately notice that there are plenty of alternatives which can prove inspirational for hot months and the transitional period. The spectacular alternatives revolve around a well defined theme which also gives the name of the new line: Le Nouveau Punk.
With so many different interpretations over the years, it can be hard to imagine that there’s really any novelty left in the concept, however, the latest Aje 2020 line proves wrong right from the start. For starters, a feminine, sophisticated vibe can be sensed, a thing that instantly separates the new season offerings from the entire Punk’s not Dead vibe. Effortless chicness is the defining options for the new season alternatives. The entire line seems to focus on surprisingly wearable pieces. This might be the idea for the new punk influence.
If you’ve been reluctant to add sequins to your daytime look, you might just reconsider after seeing the fab combos that can be created. From asymmetric pieces to fairly subdued alternatives, the new options from the Aje fall/winter 2020 lookbook can be easily adapted for a great look every single time. The label also takes inspiration from British motifs and brings an abstract flair to the line. Still, dresses are the stars of the new line. Body con alternatives are the most interesting options of the new Aje line.
With the right combos, there’s little need for uber exciting accessories. Still, for a rock chic vibe, the accessory choices matter a lot. The Australian label opted for comfy sneakers to maintain the fab grungy vibe of the new lookbook for the upcoming months. Simple combos with an edgy manage to impress every single time and the Aje Nouveau Punk line proves it with plenty of fun alternatives. Which of these outfits would you like to have in your own wardrobe?
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