Inspired by Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Aida, this Stine Goya Pre-Spring ’20 collection is guaranteed to take your breath away. Full of movement, texture, and color, this lineup is bold and powerful, while also having a soft and romantic edge. Let’s take a closer look at the pieces themselves to see how this juxtaposition comes about. To start, undeniably that bold aesthetic is most predominantly shown through the use of color and pattern. You’ll find pants done in full polka dot print, lavender and green tropical print tops, pink paisley peplum tops, and you’ll even find references to Egyptian hieroglyphics, which is a theme all throughout this lineup. For the more powerful style, you’ll largely find this accomplished through the use of silhouette. Whether it be blazers, strong shoulders, architectural dresses, or tailored coats, there’s certainly a masculine edge to the silhouettes. At the same time, though, with flowing fabrics, puff sleeves, ruffles, and pleating, it’s impossible to deny that feminine feel. In fact, we would say that despite the high-end aesthetic to this collection, it is the playful femininity that really dominates. The collection as a whole feels young, fresh, fun, and full of the details that a fashion forward lady might want in her wardrobe. If this is you, check out Stine Goya for yourself for the ultimate dose of style inspiration.