Ever since fashion has assumed that rules are only part of the past, fashionistas are increasingly exploring unusual aesthetics to wear around. Among them, of course, are the monochromatic looks in vibrant tones, like yellow. Hit of the 1980s, the color is back to give an energy injection to looks throughout the year – not exclusively during the summer. Camila and I bet on modern versions with a resort mood. While she chose a V-neck dress, puffy structured sleeves and a slit, I opted for an off-shoulder model. Notice: we follow the same tonality!
On the runways, dresses of different shapes have gained attention. While at Brandon Maxwell, the broad chemise model was the star of the show, Monse chose the asymmetric option with a chain strap for an unexpected proposal.
The pieces worthy of red carpet could also be full yellow. Who made them? Alexis Mabille and Valentino bet all their chips in the combinations with lace, belts and slits, as well as bows in A line, respectively.
In the modern movement, Sies Marjan brought the mix of different less vibrant shades for an urban and elegant proposal in the measure. As for Givenchy, cutouts, asymmetries and skin in evidence were the highlight of the yellow dress.