Elegant yes, but with that extra modern and glamorous something that makes the dress unique.
We are talking about the new trends that walked down the runway last BBFW, inspiring models for a winning wardrobe.
These are the dresses to copy!
THE “BROKEN” DRESS
Unusual and contemporary, with corolla skirts in pastel palettes contrasting with black or solid coloured jackets with patterned tops.
Antonio Riva / Yolancris / Yolancris / Moncho Heredia
Sequins or iridescent fabric – what’s important, is to dazzle! Gracefully, single-colour or delicately patterned dresses.
Carlo Pignatelli / Higar Novias / Carlo Pignatelli / Moncho Heredia
Always in demand, ending in a mini morning-suit, with lace and halter neckline or a sequinned petticoat for the evening.
Vestal / Carlo Pignatelli / Carlo Pignatelli / Olga Macià
You can’t do without it, an evergreen that expresses and reveals itself in different ways every season: embroidered branches, painted flowers, 3D petals, an eternal spring.
Antonio Riva / Manila Novias / Vestal / Higar Novias
Also present in bridal fashion, it leaves small parts of skin uncovered for a naughty, yet refined effect.
Marco & Maria / Manila Novias / Marco & Maria / Yolancris
Already in vogue in urban fashion, it can also be light coloured for ceremonial wear: brassiere, sash or bodice, the important thing is to combine it the right way, with long skirts.
Isabel Sanchís / Moncho Heredia / Yolancris / Yolancris
Seen on Red Carpets, there were lots of cleavages reaching almost to the waist, daring and extremely sensual.
Carlo Pignatelli / Manila Novias / Higar Novias / Moncho Heredia
Bustier dresses or Bardot-style cleavages leaving the shoulders bare, can be adorned with jewelled thin straps.
Carlo Pignatelli / Higar Novias / Yolancris / Isabel Sanchís
Outfit completing accessories are very important!
Better small and refined, rather than flashy jewellery. In regards to purses, medium-sized bags are only accepted for the beginning of the day, while for the evening and late afternoon, hand-held mini-purses, bags, and small pouches are mandatory.
Article written by @elisanascimbene