The lace-up neckline emerges as one of the main fashion bets for summer 2017, offering possibilities ranging from sexy to laid back.
The effect is capable of bringing the focus to the neck and leaving any ensemble more feminine, as worn by Camila Coelho in two different styles.
At first, the trend appears as a styling trick to soften the deep neckline on a long sleeve t-shirt. As for the look with jeans, the piece gives personality to a simple and ultra cool production.
Under the folk influence, Camila also wore a boho dress with a more closed neckline. In both choices, the result is the same: sexy and fashionista!
On the runway, if there is a brand that has embraced dresses with lace-up, it is the Balmain. The brand directed by Olivier Rousteing, create discreet yet super low-cut necklines.
As Givenchy brought the style massively in black, following the more sensual mood under the gaze of Ricardo Tisci. The lace-up made of string in the same color as the piece is responsible for lengthening the silhouette, highlighting the neck and subtlety outlining the female figure.
The trend has gained various reinterpretations, design and materials that dictate its proposal.
Whether in more elaborate styles – as presented by Australian designer Ellery – to more laid back, as done by Gucci, lace-up inspire femininity and strength of modern women.
Sexy is back and it’s fashion!