Fashion has taken a course east, not limited to China and Japan, and we advise you to move in the same direction. Add chinoiserie aesthetics to your wardrobe, reimagined traditional qipao, modernized saris, dresses reminiscent of Tang vases, or Uzbek khan atlas. This pattern, by the way, was in the Oscar de la Renta show. The most practical option is jackets that look like Japanese haori. On the Haider Ackermann show, they were paired with loose-fitting straight trousers and masculine boots.
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First of all, these are slip dresses, which in the new season look like they should be bought in a lingerie store. They should be worn with massive footwear - readings, like Ann Demeulemeester, or with sports sandals, like Alberta Ferretti and Sonia Rykiel. It is also worth adding silk tops generously decorated with fine lace. If all of the above is a long passed stage for you, pay attention to the bras that designers suggest wearing on T-shirts and tops. An even bolder move is corsets, which can be casually thrown over outerwear in the manner of a vest.
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It's time to remember the lessons of work at school: crochet lace, very popular in the 1970s, is back in the game. Designers make evening dresses and the most everyday things out of it, and also use it as a decor, weaving it into the sleeves of shirts.
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This season of shows, literally everyone had it. In different designs and colors, with wide shoulders, as in the 1990s, in a deconstructed style, in reptile, patent and matte leather, with and without a belt. There are definitely plenty to choose from.
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In the next season, wear the scarf however you like, but not in the traditional way. With the suggestion of Ricardo Tisci, Jonathan Anderson, Demna Gvasalia and a dozen other designers, this accessory is transformed into a skirt, belt, dress, top, and even serves as a cape hem.
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Leather midi skirts
A thing literally created for the Russian spring. In addition to the classic pencil skirt, pay attention to more interesting shapes. The most spectacular look, of course, came from Alexander McQueen: Sarah Burton offers something between a peplum, a skirt and a belt that should be worn over a dress. Leather aprons and sundresses deserve special attention.
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Deconstruction has so firmly taken its place in fashion that it is gradually transforming from a hot trend into a classic. The attention in this story deserves jeans, on which it was not the designers at all, but the surgeons who worked on, redrawing the old pairs into skirts, dresses and jackets.
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If it were necessary to make a rating of the popularity of trends, then the fringe would definitely enter the honorable five. From boho jackets and westerns (although this category is still in the minority) to swing in the 1920s. Often the fringe does not carry any semantic load and simply serves as an ornament. Except that Raf Simons uses this technique to refer to the movie "Jaws", but in general, a casually thrown fringe belt looks great with a skirt and a perfectly fitting blazer.
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Very smart shirts
Such that they can be worn even for an important evening event with the simplest trousers and classic shoes. Here it is worth taking on board art prints, complex cut, puffy cuffs, like Saint Laurent, and voluminous sleeves. We believe that the best performance by Nicolas Ghesquière in the Louis Vuitton show.
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Cords as belts
False humility is the best definition of this trend. Deliberately careless belts in the form of plaits and cords are picked up by silk suits and elaborate dresses for a couple of thousand euros. The very detail that makes the image only better.
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Items that are more reminiscent of the assortment of a vintage store in Paris or Barcelona, but at the same time perfectly fit into modern trends, are becoming more and more popular. Chanel and Giorgio Armani have string bags, and Kenzo offers knitted total bows for summer.
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Transparent skirts and trousers
It sounds dubious, but in reality everything is much simpler and more interesting. Such items are a great and fresh replacement for cocktail dresses and standard evening wardrobe. Wear them with elongated blazers and tops, smart blouses, and if you are still uncomfortable, a petticoat will definitely solve this problem.
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We are sure that mesh clothes will become a real hit next season. Dresses, skirts, tops, accessories and even crocheted trousers fit perfectly into a summer urban wardrobe. Altuzarra goes even further and adds shell-like decor. In the context of beach fashion, these things will not be equal at all.
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