After the show yesterday, myself and Elena hung out for a while for a bit of post show shopping which involved me touching everything and whinging about how I have no money....but anyway! We found a few pieces we liked so took a few pictures....The dress above is Katrantzou of course.
This skirt presents a puzzle to me. Basically I like it because its cute, different, D&G and also reminds me of the tutu skirt in the SATC credits but at the same time....what grown woman could rock such a brilliantly pink long tutu? I recently saw it on someone in Galway - no word of a lie - and I could not stop staring. That's when I realised what sort of grown woman could rock such a brilliantly pink long tutu - the type that wants to turn heads and start conversations!!! I featured this initally when it came out onto the high street and I do like it - I just think I couldn't make it work. I would be more into it if it was black but I quite like it!
Some of the DVF manniquins! Both Elena and I love that silver skirt. I would team it with electric blue - of which there are some fantastic pieces in the DVF collection - and some hot strappy heels. I think I need to move away from always teaming metallics with black! I quite like how this has been styled with pastels or lighter colors as well.
This is from the resort collection and it was the last one left! I love this dress and have used it when styling for shoots and catwalk before. I love that there is an element of the 60s there but the color updates it for 2012. I also love how it fits the body too - loose but with the right amount of leg! I teamed this with thick black tights and some thigh high boots and a huge pair of circular sunglasses to finish off the 60s look. I really loved DVF's resort collection as it was full of neon pieces which were fantastic.
I am also feeling that clashing print as well. The way to work clashing print is this : keep the colors the same. This works as it is literally navy and white.
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