When someone says long attire, we imagine maxi dress – captivating, chic yet simple that can be worn during these next chilly months yet to a nice climate, and trust us that can be accomplished and you will look still appealing! Check out these stunning designs to choose the one that will surely underline your uniqueness.Speaking of colors and prints, winter is mostly about dark hues of navy, black, burgundy, pale hues and dark florals. Enjoy our best collection picks!
The timeless modernity and futurism define the Solace London's aesthetic with the fabrication and the technique driving design. Black stretch-crepe attirewhich has a wispy chiffon top with modern, cocoon sleeves and a sharp plissé details as well as a crepe belt designed in a way to sit on your waist and to draw all the attention to the slimmest part of your body frame. It also features an invisible zip fastening along back. It is top crafted from light weight textured chiffon in an irregular box pleat.With a deep V-neck, this maxi dress has a contrasting skirt.
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This navy elongated shirt garment is perfect for every fall and occasion. It is made from layered crepe with wide pleats and a matching fabric tie fastening. A loose fit designed to come in at the waist and it has a simple round neckline, raw-cut hem, long sleeves and a hidden button fastening along the front. Wearing it with pair of high strappy sandals, also adding a fancy necklace, and some bracelet jewelry that will make the plain into modern and chic, will definitely make this one suitable for even a formal, outdoor vineyard or garden event.
This one is a great choice for transitioning from late evenings to a daytime affair all summer long. And I am officially in love with the fashion line and print – it is simply gorgeous. If you are in need of a perfect one that speaks to summer days with bright blooms, but still has the substance and style for you to wear it in fall or in the early winter or late fall days then this is my best pick. The print is luxurious and easy-to-wear and has a great combination of vibrant summer-like colors. I think that this is one of the most appropriate combinations for any type of happening and you can wear it with a small amount of jewelry. And for the shoes, I would go with beige or other bright color for an attentive look.
It is probably one of the prettiest fall 2015 fashion trends to appear on the runways, but we certainly cannot get enough of the peek-a-boo lace trend, with the skin and silhouette showing through, often a little too much, but sometimes acting more demure. The lace look appears all over the place really but how can one not fall in love with the way it hugs the body on the tight maxi dress? Alexander McQueen turns the creations into literal works of lacy art while Valentino appears with a colorful rendition of a long hemmed lace garb. It is yet, one of the absolute biggest trends on the runway for the fall and winter season with the see-through blouses and sometimes the fully bare chests.
While the Victorian fashion touches were a whole lot more prominent in the fall/winter shows, the Edwardian era designs were in this time around, with their lacy accents, high collars and cinched waists. The dominant styles of the Victorian era came to be very much adored for the coming seasons, from numerous hems, midnight floral designs and high necks, to the cinched waist doublets and high turtlenecks. There is a romance in the air from the collars tied with bows to frilly touched blouses.
While we have always considered symmetrical thing to be beautiful, we find great beauty in the perfect asymmetry of so many of the pieces featured on the different fashion shows for the fall and winter. What many fail to realize is that even in the asymmetry there is symmetry, as any form of geometric line, whether it be vertical, horizontal or diagonal, is still a line. The eyes will always find the diagonal fall of the skirt hems beautiful because there is symmetry in their asymmetry.
Velvet is the new silk for winter and fall. It is possibly one of the most luxurious materials to be used on the runways was velvet, that soft and luxurious feel that is also reminiscent of the ‘70s and particularly the ‘80s. It is a huge trend in London already and it was very much visible on Milan runway shows, lending fluidity to so many of the incredibly gorgeous looks. There is great potential to be found in velvets and we have seen the perfection of the designs this fashion week.
This is one of those kinds that it would be great wearing it at daytime outdoor affairs in the garden or perhaps a vineyard event. This green and white printed gown has such preppy style and has been a look that I haven’t been able to get out of my head. For maximum garden style you can add some pink coral accessories and some woven accessories that give a casual polish to the look. The only other accessory this one needs is perhaps a hat a little mint julep in a silver cup! And for the heels I would go with beige or some similar color so that all attention goes to the white-green printed one.
Prepare to stun in ruffled, floral patterned attire as you walk out the door. This lovely, three-quarter-length sleeved white frockembellished with a touch of burgundy colored floral pattern and a black piping.A large bow somewhat obscures a plunging cut-out along the front. The attire length falls below the ankles and to team it up with a pair of chunky, sky-high black heels will be perfect in a feminine, sophisticated way.