From going Rambo to finding the prom dress and why shimmy has taken over the glamour world, Paris fashion show guides us how to be haute.
Comfort Vs Couture
Trainers, espadrilles, and sandals may remain the shoe of our choice for couture attendee, whether it’s a fashion catwalk or Metro marriage. In order to be in the street style of brigade, you need to be more on the comfort zone rather than being couture. Whether it’s a length or weather of the cab queue, a heel is the one stealing the show. If you’ve seen The Blonde Salad blogger, named Chiara Gerragni, you would be inspired to walk the Dior greenhouse wearing PVC boots; Meg Ryan is yet another attendee at the show to walk out with stacked sandals. Lily Rose Depp too had attended Chanel show, was looking gorgeous in neat black dress; she was accompanied by her mom Vanessa Paradis, who looked just like a relative goddess.
Looks like, black is never going to be out of style even in the years to come; you can wear dress in this color for any occasion. Jemima Kirke, Kristen Stewart, and Julianne Moore in a blackjack looked nice all together.
Have you tried the commando look? Never mind if your trouser is visible through sweat-packed slip dress. This summer is dealing with a challenging issue as knickers are trashed from the list. Cocktail gowns too look dashy, thanking Simons’s Dior couture creation.
As we said above, black is ever-green fashion color; there is yet another shade to compete with and of course, it’s our beloved white. Usually it comes with a twist in the catwalk; it hosts a glorious form, adding on some more grace to the occasion. Hail with the white dress, as it has light-reflective quality, lightweight lace and silk. Popular on every front-row, ivory feather trimmed white dress is a perfect party wear.
Though French adapts to the heat, by opting for linen versions, the haute weather dressing is thoroughly resilient bunch. Raf Simons gets plus point for showcasing this in Dior show this time.
So, which one did you try this time? Let us know in the form of comments below.