Advertisements

ACCESSORY / NET REVOLUTION

Inspired by the net silhouette, the Scottish-styled prints are this season’s must-have items to fulfill your wardrobe. Ever wonder how to dress to impress? Or more practically, searching for more inspiring pieces to spice up your corporate look? No worries, these Scottish-printed designs have you covered-literally, in a stylish cap, delicate middle sleeve dresses and beautiful perforated patent leather bag.

These are not only spotted in Spring Summer seasons, but also in designers’ Pre-Fall 2012-13 collection too. A few names to say include established fashion houses like Christian Dior, Kenzo and talented young designer like Alexander Wang. Coated in a more neutral and exquisite color tones, these pieces are perfect for both your casual and corporate look, so to speak.

But be warned- if you think you would make no mistake in pulling it off, you are literally on your way to have your fashion faux pas showcased. Even though the colors themselves are neutral, learning how to work its way is critical to accentuate your fashion point of view. It is in fact there is a ubiquitous rule to follow: Avoid matchy-matchy outfits.

So how to wear this trendy silhouette? First, opt for pieces that do not contain much Scottish-styled print for vision-viewing reasons. Rather than, pick anything that covers half-printed and half-plain colors like the TEMPERLEY LONDON dress below. Next, if your main outfits are in dark colors, then tone down the overall look with more neutral colors like pastel pink, nude or any other similar shades and vice versa.

It is not always necessary to pick the exact Scottish-styled pieces. However optionally, pick anything that features similar silhouette like the beautiful fog-eyed print shoulder bag VALENTINO. To complement your look, do not forget to work on your accessory too. Try acetate frame by THIERRY LASRY, KENZO cap and CHRISITIAN DIOR handkerchief. 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: