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Brighten up your wardrobe with Centrepoint’s Spring Collection
March 9, 2015, 3:17 pm

With spring fast approaching its time to ditch the sombre darker shades and revitalize your wardrobe with a dash of colour. Be at the centre of choice and fun this spring with Centrepoint’s latest collection sure to add that spark of energy into your wardrobe and your home. For parents looking for practical yet fun outfits for their kids this spring, Juniors presents an entire range of outfits for the young ones under the theme “Back to Nature”.

Spring is the time of the year when children are most likely to explore nature and play in the wilderness, Juniors collection is specifically designed to let them do so with ease. Your little girls can select from a range of light lace dresses, shorts, overalls and tee-shirt dresses. The collection also features a range of both casual and dressed up elements through the incorporation of lace and balanced neutral colours.

Boys can be equipped for the warmer months ahead with tropical floral prints and nautical elements that infuse indigo and blue tones into the collection. Items that are featured heavily in this collection include knit shorts, sweatpants, straight legged jeans and casual one-pocket t-shirts. Juniors have also added new licensed brands to their in-store collection including Moodstreet, NONO, Longboard, LEGO Wear and Hot Wheels.

If you are looking to add sparks of colour to your own wardrobe, Splash has launched an impressive line of ready-to-wear for both men and women. Nautical prints and colours are a classic for spring and women can choose from a variety of summer dresses, pencil skirts, maxi dresses and peplum tops that incorporate tones of whites, pinks, royal blue and sky blue.

For those looking for a more classic look, monochrome crop tops, shorts and dresses are the best bet within the collection. A third option for women is to go retro with feminine fabrics such as lace, jacquard and bonded jerseys in shades of green, grey, yellow and pink.

The retro trend isn’t just reserved to women this year; men can incorporate elements of the “Rock and Roll” era with pieces such as bomber jackets, chinos and cigarette denims. For those looking for comfort, Splash has utilized fabrics such as reverse terrys, white dobbys and satins. Unique print and appliqués are included in the collection through novelty printed sweaters and intarsia printed tracksuits. If you prefer a more classic look, Splash also offers pique jackets and bomber jackets in blues, crystal tones and warm neutral colours.

Shoemart has a range of offerings for men, women and children this season. A theme that runs throughout the collection is a striking offering of pastel shades. For women looking for the best seasonal accessories, Celeste’s range of bangles and bracelets with floral embellishments are sure to be a must have for this Spring-Summer. Bags and clutches incorporate popular pastel shades such as blue, ivory and lavender.

Shoemart also has a variety of shoe options for men, women and children. Women can select from heels that incorporate a playful palette of pastels and classic nudes or flats with pops of colour and texture. Men can look into both smart and casual styles that incorporate distinct forms of leather and suede combinations. Little girls have the option of both strappy sandals and cute flats with metallic elements. Surprise your boys with character based shoe collections including McQueen, Ben10, Lightning and Jake shoes as well as floater sandals and canvas sneakers for casual wear.

Dazzle your loved ones with cosmetics and perfumes available at Lifestyle. Cosmetics include striking red lipsticks and bronze toned eye shadows along with dark black liquid eyeliners.

This spring Centrepoint is the definitive one-stop shop for the family’s fashion and lifestyle needs. Visit Centrepoint at Al Rai, Avenues, Hawally, Salmiya, Fintas, Jahra, Fahaheel, Sulaibhikhat, and Kuwait City.

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