April is already here, I can feel those Spring vibes! Unfortunately the weather isn’t great at the moment but it will be warmer next week (22 degrees!) Can’t wait to wear dresses and skirts! What better way to celebrate by adding some new must haves to my wardrobe. As you guys know I’m into Belgian fashion. I like to support local brands and entrepreneurs. When it comes to fashion, Belgium has a very rich history. There are a lot of important and succesful Belgian brands and designers. Today I’m showing you a dress from Belgian brand Signe Nature. I’ll tell you something more about this brand as well!
Belgian brand Signe Nature was founded in the early 2000s. They have over 200 different items for active and fashionable women in search of clothing which emphasizes dynanism without compromising on femininity and style. They use natural and light fabrics such as linen or tencel. Signe Nature is known for soft and pleasant fabrics, fine finished designs and beautiful colours as well. This Spring/ Summer is all about trendy prints: stripes, floral motifs or palm prints. Flowers are a huge trend this Spring, and I couldn’t be happier because I love flower motifs.
Spring puts me in the mood for something a little more feminine. That’s why I chose this white dress with floral motif. A real must have! Nothing says Spring like a floral dress, am I right? I’m combining it with my nude coloured pumps from S. Oliver, for the perfect Spring look. Yes, Spring trends come and go, but there’s one item here to stay: the flower print dress. it’s a true classic!
Why you should choose Belgian fashion
Belgium has a rich history of cloth trading. It was no surprise when The Antwerp Six (six talented designers) made their debut on international catwalks in 1980. Why you should choose Belgian fashion? I’ll tell you why!
- First of all I believe it’s important to support local entrepreneurs. I would rather go shopping in local Belgian shops, instead of large chain stores.
- Also, I like quality. Clothing made in China or other countries may be cheap, but I prefer quality over quantity.
- Last but not least: Belgian fashion has a certain reputation. I love my country and it’s known for its great fashion designers and brands. We should encourage this, right?