Did you know that the Italian police uniforms were designed by Armani – now you know why they always look so smart! Women fashion trends in Italy are very much on a par with Paris and other nation’s capitals. It is said that if you want to be noticed in Italy, then wear something outrageous that does not fit in with what everyone else is wearing. So how exactly do you dress so as to NOT fit in? Confidence is the answer – it is the one thing that all stylish women have in common in every fashionable city in the world. They wear whatever they like and look like a million dollars! What tricks of the trade do you have to master? Because the look has to follow through from your hair style, to your accessories to your shoes. The fall collection seems to be split right down the middle between glamourous attire and simple dressing – as one website put it “call it the stiletto-sport sandal stand-off”‘! (http://www.refinery29.com/2014/09/74945/milan-fashion-week-2014-street-style#slide). However, either style looks equally good.
It appears that the colors are anything from monotone to prints and the underlying message is “go wild……..” in any style or fabric. Materials can be gabardine, chenille, felt, or mohair to keep you really warm depending on the weather – and make sure the fabrics are natural because they keep you much warmer than synthetically made ones. From the short mini jacket with no belt but big bulky buttons in black, to the great long trench coat that swings when you walk and creates a statement simply by the amount of ‘swing’ you get! There is also the beautifully tailored medium length coat with invisible buttons. Others can have sleeve details, epaulettes to add some definition, or big flappy lapels that you can snuggle up to keep your throat and chest warm. Find examples here : http://www.rozinepantera.eu/lentyna/sukneles/
and also on their mainpage: drabuziai moterims One short jacket-type coat has 3D rosettes on it – that is a statement.
These come in all styles, fabrics and fashions – again depending on your mood, and the weather. Some in the collection have perfect rips across the knees (seems like torn pants have an art to getting the ‘tear’ exactly right) , others had beautifully tailored waistlines for those of us who are slim and trim and can wear anything that is not even remotely trendy and still look good. The perennial favorites are the short cropped pants just above the ankle which can be worn with stilettos or sneakers. Another smart type are bell bottoms making a come-back from the 60’s in short ankle cropped pants as well. And if the mood takes you, you can just roll up your pants for another great, chic look. And Denim is making a huge appearance again this season – anything goes in denim to so team it up with any shape or style and you will pass muster – faded, dark, or crystalized.
Aren’t skirts just such a lovely feminine, girly piece of clothing? Whether they are maxi or midi – new lengths for this season – they always look snazzy and smart conditional to whether you are dressing up or down – the skirt can make or break the outfit. Roberto Cavalli and Gucci come to mind for providing beautiful examples of a very sexy look with covered legs! The trend is to enhance the mystery of the look, keep it under wraps and leave them guessing. The longer skirts can be sexy and clinging or free swinging.
Once again, footwear is a deal-breaker – either the outfit works or it does not work. Play around with the style – comfort is not paramount here, fashion is. Not just high stiletto heels, oh no, add the pointed toes to that and try those on for a day – and a night! Not the best for your feet, but the question is, are you a fashionista or not?! These are the most up-to-the minute designs, hot off the press and they have to be shown off! There is not a shoe designer alive who really cares about the comfort of his or her shoes – no, the style and design is everything. Let your shoes do the talking…………….
Often the last thing anyone thinks about, is their crowning glory – and it has to go with the ‘look’. According to Milan Fashion Week, the old crimped 1940’s Marilyn Monroe style is coming back for those who do not have curls to fluff out and primp up. The bigger the halo, the better. And hair accessories are bold and bright and big. Anything over the top. A little romance is also thrown in with looks of Renaissance paintings and long wavy hair tied back in a bow. And head bands are also in to keep the hair off the newly fashionable make up.
It is clear that Italian women dress with little effort – they seem to have a built in style-barometer that goes up for good or down for awful. When buying new garments, go for the classic styles – they are always in fashion and can be added to any outfit for that little extra bit of “taste”. They all appear chic and at the top of their game, but as mentioned earlier – confidence can carry any look as long as it is great!
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