Before we start talking about the trends of the upcoming spring-summer season, I would like to refer to the repetition of the past. Since I started communicating with clients and sorting out wardrobes, on the one hand, I have almost never met a complete set of necessary shoes. On the other hand, I almost always heard the questions: “will Chelsea go out of fashion this season?”, “are oxfords outdated?”. So, no Chelsea, no oxfords, no loafers, no rough shoes, no pumps, no tractor — soled ankle boots, no Greek sandals-none of this list goes out of fashion in the future 5-7 years. Especially if they are made with high quality and are devoid of inappropriate details (as it should be). Continue reading
I love that. It is a pure pleasure to look at everyday images in which each element is sewn from an impressive amount of fabric. They immediately become not so everyday, although much easier: trousers, sweater. Maybe there’s a shirt under the sweater.
You can wear sneakers, chunky sneakers, or pointy-toed ankle boots/shoes on your feet. Long trousers should be long: go down to the ground.
If this is not possible (you have to walk, and on the street — what we usually have in the winter on the street), then you can consider shortened wide trousers and cotton socks (wherever the bare ankle can be worn socks): Continue reading
Thanks to the comments to the previous post, it turned out that the issue with the length of dresses and skirts, which may (or may not) exceed the length of outerwear, is not completely closed yet. In General, there is no problem: it can. Wear boldly long dresses and skirts with a parka or coat below the hip (knee). And culottes, too. And even evening dresses. But there are a couple of nuances. We look at many examples and only two rules.
Rule number 1. Almost everything looks good, except for a relatively short pencil skirt (knee-length or higher) with an even shorter coat or raincoat that is tightly belted. Like this: Continue reading