Silas 2010 Fall Lookbook

Presented here is Silas’ lookbook for their upcoming fall collection for the close of this

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Presented here is Silas‘ lookbook for their upcoming fall collection for the close of this year. Taking a traditional smart casual approach, a series of slim silhouettes can be seen, with a focus on outerwear and shirts. The lookbook plays with patterns and layers to produce an array of modern styles.

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