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Meryl trends autumn-winter 2016-17 DOWNLOAD PDF


The muse of Meryl Woman seeks art wherever she goes. She is dreamer who stays true to her adventurous self without sacrificing luxury. It is because elegance is not about fancy dresses and classy parties, but it is inside, in the premium materials that make her feel comfortable in every moment of her life.

Meryl Woman autumn-winter 2016-17 trends guide takes a look at the lifestyle of this muse—where she goes and what she wears. The luxury element is present in all she wears due to the exclusive touch of the soft fabrics made with Meryl yarns.

Inspired by the bricks of the Big Apple, the Urban Luxury mood offers a modern view of the urban girl. With quilted structures and warm fabrics, the office chic look is updated with sporty details in pink cosmetic tones with indigo accents. The luxury element is given by the fines Meryl Merino fabrics, made with premium merino wool with a thermal insulating Meryl Nexten Core, perfect for a cold winter in the city.

The Luxury Loungewear mood is inspired by a mix of Asian cultures and Moroccan elements. Geometric patterns to create subtle mosaics ideal for night robes and pajamas. Deep, dark colours with some neutral accents perfect for a classy loungewear style.


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