Designer Stacy Sipp, presenting for Beloved, at Omaha Fashion Week stated she focused on separates and accessories. Flowers being perfect for a Spring 2014 collection, many of her pieces had giant flowers to accent her work. Sipp mentioned she was looking at pockets as a functional purpose, or places for preteens to put things. The models showed this in the accessories by pulling phones out of the bags at their hips. It was well focused for the pre-teen group with cuts that were flexible and flattering. In particular the cut of the shorts from the back was very flattering. Frequently, shorts are just made wider at the back and are not flattering on any age. Sipp did a nice job of not falling into this trap.
Sipp selected nice prints and incorporated the Beloved brand name into her collection. For the pre-teen girl the use of pink is spot on as it is a favored color for the youthful age group. A favorite accessory was the infinity scarf. The multiple options shown are the kind of scarf anyone would want in multiples. The maxi dresses with wrap belts are also another great commercial option that could easily be done in many colors.
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