Cerruti 2018 Spring/Summer Collection Evokes Tropical Summer Vibes

There’s even a romper that utilizes a leafy design.

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Cerruti‘s 2018 spring/summer collection focuses on dark blue as well as bright colors, giving the items a true summer vibe. Many designs also embrace leafy tropical patterns, which only further evokes the season. Stripes also dominate the collection, often found in button-ups and slacks. Standout pieces include a zip-up hoodie, a blazer, and several shorts utilizing mustard yellow and medium green tones, respectively. There’s even a romper that utilizes a leafy tropical design, which was paired with a tan cardigan.

Examine the outfits above and check out the other collections coming out of Paris Fashion Week this season.

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