The Fonnesbech collection for spring/summer 2016 was everything a true Scandinavian minimalist could wish for in her closet.
There were lots of monochrome looks in white, beige, navy, turquoise and light denim blue seen on the runway. The cuts and silhouettes stayed simple yet interesting with different cut-outs and belts accentuating the waist. The Fonnesbech S/S16 collection felt appropriate for both days at the office as well as for those sunny days spent on holiday. The pieces looked not only great together but the whole collection felt versatile and easy to combine with what you already have in both your work and vacation wardrobe.
Our favorite pieces for work-wear are definitely the coats and the all white suit with cut-outs on the shoulders. The blue print seen on a skirt, a pair of trousers, a jacket and on a shirt is a perfectly sophisticated and subtle way to dress up colors like white and navy. For warm summer days this Editor would wear the white culotte trousers, the sporty turquoise set or the set in light denim blue, but if you’re working on those hot summer days the white shirt dress with the sleek beige trench vest is a classy and stylish outfit to go for.
Danish Fonnesbech made a collection that stole our heart and will probably steal at least a spot or two on our shopping list next spring as well.
Scroll down to see our favorite Fonnesbech looks (warning: they were many!) and let us know if you liked the Scandi chic collection as much as we did.
Nanna is an aspirant Swedish speaking Finn from Helsinki, who is currently based in Stockholm. She studies journalism and fashion, speaks four languages and loves to learn. Her passions are all things sartorial, writing, photography and travelling. She also appreciates interior design, architecture, arts and books. With a love for the minimalistic Scandi style she takes life one day at a time, and is almost always found with a smile on her face.
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