Even with the flood of vibrant colors occupying fashionistas’ wardrobes 365 days of the year, there’s always that generous dosage of soft tones that is not left unseen. After occupying the runways of brands such as Prada, Miu Miu and Chanel, the pastel palette became an absolute fever, not only in accessories, but also in monochromatic productions. The point that makes the trend special is the complete change of concepts – if before, the pink was seen as a childish tone, today it is already considered cool and elegant. And this idea is repeated in all shade variations. Here, two examples of how Camila and I bet on candy color aesthetics. Camila bet on a mint green mini dress, with lightly puffed sleeves and frowned on the waist. A super feminine look and perfect for a day at the beach, if the styling has flats, or urban, if the option is sneakers. The pink look I chose to wear during my last season in Paris, is a knit set with contrasting textures.
During the latest presentations of Fall and Spring, the creative directors invested in sweet palettes in surprising ways. While Boss brought the light blue in a mix of materials and textures, composed of corrugated mesh and lightweight flat fabric skirt, Sies Marjan created an asymmetrical and flowy interpretation. Notice how the accessories gave new airs to the overlay of chemises. The black pantyhose and the shoes with a masculine pinch in its shape were essential for a contemporary proposal.
Among the classic lady like shades, rosé has emerged as the protagonist of productions ideal for both day and night. For Givenchy, designer Clare Waight Keller has shown a version of maxi cape that turns into a dress. At Tom Ford, Carol Trentini appeared on board with a long asymmetrical, which brings chains on the neckline and one shoulder sleeve.
To break the traditional glacial mood, Marc Jacobs gave a fun touch to the dress coat combo of wool + scarf, with the coat in a green hue and the accessory in yellow. In Tibi, the solar color was highlighted in the full look, of course, in a pastel shade to transform the classic tailoring look.