Hey there my lovely dolls,
I know I promised a product review a few weeks back, but to be honest with you I haven’t had the time for swatches. Instead, I decided to revive the ‘I’m trending’ posts, which I hope you enjoy.
As you can tell for the title of the blog, I will be sharing my top 5 trends seen on the runways a few months back, and I do hope you enjoy my choices.
Hippy classy chic
If you love the 70’s (as much as I do ) well this luxury bohemian style is pure fashion love. Imagine that feeling of stepping out straight from Marrakech, these long, light and flowing dresses will make this summer roll by in style. Seen on the runways of Alberta Ferretti, Etro, Chloé, Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli I am loving the iconic hippie-chic look.
I am one happy fashion fan, as I am forever a jumpsuit lover. I mean every time I wear one I feel empowered and effortlessly stylish. I don’t know it’s something to do with the masculine style it just oozes sexiness. However, this year the jumpsuit got a bit of twist ranging from fighter, pilots to technicians, for Summer designers took inspiration from the world of industry. Seen at Dior, Pucci, Ralph Lauren, Céline and Chloé the all-in-ones jumpsuits got the couture edge we were dreaming of.
Like the Romantic heroines we fantasise of, the girls at Valentino, Christian Dior, Chloé and Louis Vuitton were dressed in delicate fabrics that played on the transparency of ethereal white lace. The intricately sewn fabric delicately unveils bare skin, just enough to lift a veil of desire.
For all the black lovers, for Summer 2015 the go-to color for that effortless chic, whether worn as a little black dress or elegant evening wear, black is the ultimate style shield, especially when it plays with the art of suggestion. As seen at Bottega Venneta show experimenting with provocative styles as they presented a little black dress, boasting see-through inserts (totally to die for). On the other hand Dolce & Gabbana offered a sultry black dress with expertly designed cut-outs, while the alluring all-black silhouette took to the runway for Michael Kors.
An ultra-refined palette for maximum optical effects was the choice of Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy, and Olivier Rousteing for Balmain, for that minimalist yet effective look, which shows its complexity in the combinations of materials, studs, zips, matte and gloss finishes.
Any style you fancy? Would love to hear your thoughts on the subject.
Until next time,