One of the most classic aesthetic of the woman’s wardrobe, marked waistline, remains an accurate bet for fashionistas in upcoming seasons. Moreover, bringing accessories to help when styling is the right trick to transform models that are not do no favor the silhouette. Camila and I chose two belts that created contours that valued our shapes. Camila’s asymmetrical model brings a sophisticated contrast between the leather belt, rings and the satin fabric. I found it very chic and with a modern attitude. As for my look which I wore in Miami, I went for a fluttering dress with frills in warm pink, orange, and white tones. On top of that, I opted for a version that refers to bands with twine. It’s a perfect combination to got out during the hot days.
The always elegant Carolina Herrera presented in her latest catwalk a girlie match, but unexpected, with a peplum modeling blouse modeling that had lateral tying which emphasized the tapered shape and super lightweight fabric of the skirt. 3.1 Phillip Lim, the tailoring gave a boyish touch and played a major role in dress, which received strategic cutouts and a leather belt.
TIBI surprised us with an obvious overlay. On top of all the tailoring, a half transparent corset left the look defined at the waist and gave a fun touch. Alexander Wang created a sports proposal in the jacket with “other sleeves” referring to the uniforms of the athletes.
Waistband or belt? It is definitely worth picking your right way to use the trend. Brando Maxwell was the point of delicacy of the voluminous skirt. In the Sally LaPointe sweater, the relaxed shape of the knit gained even more charm with the double buckle belt.
I love when collections inspire and give new ways to renew the look. Always opening a range of options for various styles!