Looks like the 70’s trend is here to stay!
In addition to the trend alerts of skirts with buttons on the front, the return of lurex, high waisted flare pants, and the newest trend spotted: bell sleeve tops!
The this style started coming back in the 2013 Spring/Summer season. The models are bolder and sometimes shortened such as the ones presented by Gucci it these monochromatic looks on the catwalk.
It’s back with a more revamped style to more elongated and oversize versions – following the mood that was spotted in most international runway shows for the 2016 Fall season.
Overlays (Roksanda| Spring 2016) and ruffles (Giambattista Valli| Fall 2016) were also seen on the catwalks, showing a more over&comfy yet romantic and Victorian style.
These pieces are so versatile that it practically matches with all biotypes, the style trick was quickly embraced by national and international fashionistas.
And best of all: it helps emphasize the femininity of women.
To that look as a whole is harmonic and cool, let the modeling is the protagonist of production. If you choose a blouse with sleeve flare, choose a skinny piece on the bottom and minimalist accessories.
Para que o look como um todo fique harmônico e cool, deixe que a modelagem seja o protagonista da produção. Se optar por uma blusa com manga flare, escolha uma peça skinny na parte de baixo e por acessórios minimalistas.
For an overall harmonic and cool look, let this trend be the main focus of your outfit. If you choose a flare sleeve top, go for skinny jeans and minimalist accessories.
Go for it!