In the last international seasons, one of the great stars has been the tailoring that escapes the traditional all black. Despite the history of tailoring being relatively new in the women’s wardrobe, thanks to names like Gabrielle Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent, the classic men’s clothing has gained new forms and adaptations for women. In addition, the neutral palette made room for vibrant, pastel colors that fell in the taste of creative directors. Here, Camila and I are betting on different ways of daring the trend. For a cool and relaxed way, Camila matched the pink set with a white cropped top, a striking element of the sporty and urban style. I am adept and have been using the ultraviolet full version, with wide leg modeling trousers and a lined coat with large buttons.
In collections, proof that there is a strong bet on the trend. Both in Haute Couture and in Ready-to-Wear, the pieces have gained new formats and super-desirable colors. As for international brands, a bet to renew some details – and make them stand out. Jean Paul Gaultier brought all pink with textures reminiscent of pantyhose. In Victoria Beckham summer 2018, no buttons in the violet look, while Alberta Ferretti gave the tuxedo covered in sequins a glam touch, with delicacy for the modeling of the pants, which has a flowy material. In addition to investing in protagonist sleeves such as the bell sleeve version in other looks, Maria Grazia Chiuri played with gold to give life to the proposal presented by Dior.
The contrast between pastel shades also follows as a trend among brands. Roksanda explored blue and yellow in its soft options, just as Acne Studio mixed green apple with orange. A modern and super feminine combination.
Ways to transform that famous office look. Invest in details, textures, materials and color, lots of color!