Boglioli Spring Summer 2023 Woman Collection at Milan Fashion Week

The new Boglioli Woman Spring Summer 2023 collection is inspired by the Italian coasts lit by the sun, emerald and turquoise jewels, among the maritime pines and the intense sea. A tribute to the Italian spirit declined in a succession of landscapes, in which bold hues and unique colors are enveloped by the summer breeze, in a mix of strong emotions and luxury.

An ideal wardrobe, whose garments communicate an aesthetic made of nature, taste and skilful tailoring.

Color, which has always been a fundamental element for Boglioli, becomes the absolute protagonist this season. The color palette offers intense colors, which transmit energy: from raspberry to yellow, from cinnamon to military, up to the dazzling white.

Fabrics, carefully selected from the best strictly Italian raw materials, include natural fibers of the highest quality, united by the same softness: linen, cotton, cashmere, cady for both outerwear and knitwear.

The outerwear is the key element of the collection, both built and deconstructed jackets break free from traditional patterns and become a key piece of the wardrobe. Jackets combined with slim fit skirts ideal for hot summer days and bermuda, the new comfortable and elegant shorts.

Jackets made in the traditional hopsack and gold buttons suitable for any occasion, combined with a shirt for work occasions, with a t-shirt for the weekend and with a thin sweater when the temperature drops. Oversized shapes, tailored and enveloping cuts between cotton and cashmere.

A must in the Boglioli wardrobe is the Field Jacket: practical and with a chic note.

The suit has wide trousers, with a strong and feminine silhouette at the same time, but also slim trousers for a more masculine look without sacrificing style and elegance.

Knitwear is very light and becomes a hyper feminine garment, which can be used both as a beach accessory and as an outfit for a lunch by the sea.

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