Minimalism is always in and athletic-inspired wares are certainly having a moment, thus Nomia’s Spring 2014 collection is right in line with what “It” girls are wearing right now. The brain behind the brand, Yara Flinn, has been serving up those two trends since Nomia’s inception, with a neutral color palette and utilitarian detailing. The latest offerings effortlessly blended refinement with that current sporty chic aesthetic.
Structure was juxtaposed against fluidity in the form of starched button-front blouses paired with pleated skirts, while crisp shirtdresses were layered under relaxed open jackets.
The athletic-inspired vibe shined through with mesh, tailored basketball-inspired shorts, and chic takes on the sweatshirt dress.
A few trouser options were shown in the forms of a black jumpsuit that could practically be labeled a classic and contrast stripe denim in both a traditional blue wash and white for seamless additions into the modern day woman’s current wardrobe.
The wrap skirt and skort are everywhere this season and Flinn had every intention of bringing it back for Spring, showing it in a textured metallic and pristine white cotton.
A couple of crop tops showed off Ajak Deng’s toned midriff, balanced with high-waist silhouettes for classy hints of skin.
Though the brand still has strides to make in the realm of celeb traction (if Flinn wants to be mainstream that is), I could definitely see some of the collection’s dresses working for the red carpet with statement-making jewelry and sleek chignons.
What do you think of Nomia’s latest?