Stripes! The classic pattern (eternized by Coco Chanel) is never out of stay.
It had already given its revival in the Autumn/Winter 2016 season by Burberry and now appeared with full force on the runways as a huge hit for Summer 2017.
During New York Fashion Week, Camila Coelho went for a striped pantacourt that brought fashion information in the right measures with her look in shades of rosé. The shortened style and tied at the waist, gave life to the ensemble as a whole, bringing color in a subtle way to the overall look.
The success of the outfit is harmony! A tip is to match similar shades – such as earthy, cool or primary tones.
To make the pattern even more interesting, the drawing comes to life in one or more different colors, in addition to the various types of fabrics. Jot down this tip: flowy fabrics, like silk, are one of the main hits of the season (the sleepwear trend is so IN right now).
On to the runways:
Presenting a collection inspired by the folk universe (and the resemblance of music festivals), Roberto Cavalli brought striped pants as a hippie aesthetic supplementing a revival of the 70’s. The flare model gains distressed colors and trading the zippers and buttons for binding.
The interesting thing is to realize, once again, the variety of textures of this trend. What might seem impossible to match, works perfectly. Les Copains and Brunello Cucinelli proved it!
My outfit selections have brought two styles of the pantacourt in black and white: one look entirely black and white, and the other inspired by the mix of stripes, with overlays of a maxi vest and a maxi yellow coat.
A mix of colors and pieces that elongate the silhouette and create super stylish ensembles, perfect for any occasion :)