Chanel travel-themed Spring Summer 2016 RTW sure does come with a lot of travel fashion inspiration. Here are our favorite looks and accessories!
The latest Chanel Spring Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection is travel-themed, and here’s the latest ad campaign video, which kinda talks about Travel OOTD #Goals.
White, red, navy and beige are the colors of this collection, and other than the aforementioned rolling luggage, there’s also these double-C logo scarves I’m really digging. Sure, I don’t look like that when I travel, but a girl can dream!
Although I do have a lot of travel pictures from all over the world that look like this (okay, a few countries!) when I traveled with my friends – only more fun! But more about that later! Anyhoo, the latest Chanel SS16 collection includes travel accessories, handbags, luggage, and ready-to-wear.
Here are some of my favorite looks from this collection, and you can check them all out over at Chanel’s website here.
The collection has a lot of flared midi-skirts and the classic Chanel tweed suit with an asymmetric neckline (I like the classic cut even more, though). The patterned jumpsuits and crop jackets give the collection a modern flare, while the flat slip-ons and sleeveless blouses speak of the travel-friendly comfy-ness.
Accessories include sunglasses, scarves, flats and mid-heels, clutches, vanity cases, wallets and pouches, classic flap-bags and wheeled suitcases. Here are my favorite accessories from the collection:
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