This season tweed is used not only for skirt suits and coats, but also dresses, skirts, jackets and loose pants. This elegant wool fabric was feminized by legendary Coco Chanel, since it was always considered as a masculine fabric. Get inspired by one of the biggest fall/winter trends by scrolling through our blog. You’ll be surprised in how many forms tweed is appearing on the runways of Chanel, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Lanvin and others.
She has a stage wardrobe packed with designs by Gucci. She’s a muse – of sorts – for Alexander McQueen. She rocks 1920’s glamour with her own quirky, retro, boho-chic style. She’s unconventionally beautiful, a fiery red-head with the voice of a siren. British artist Florence Welch is one stylish lady.
Best known for her super glamorous stage ensembles, her gothic glamour and decadent dress collection. Ranging from figure fitting to sheer and sultry to her classic winged dressed and even absolutely bonkers wardrobe and make-up compilations she never fails to get the attention of fans, magazines and designers alike.
Some of her most chic looks aren’t that hard to replicate though. Under the appearance of abundant opulence there are classically simple designs and cuts. The key to copying her looks is knowing how to flatter your figure and, what colours compliment your skin and hair tones. It also helps to be a bit daring, as we have seen in Florence Welch’s case, daring pays off.
Two of her favorite ‘colors’ are black and white. They are timeless and lend themselves to her classic, glamorous, refined look. Wearing a gorgeous white, 70’s inspired, oversized YSL dress to the Met Ball she looked simply divine. Stylebug’s beautifully delicate silk Marchesa gown is a step in the right direction for anyone looking to emulate her Met Ball look.
The Marchesa dress is a gorgeous evening gown with a fitted silhouette with illusion style neckline set off by stunning rhinestone and gold tone beaded shoulder pieces. GET THE LOOK.
One is never over-dressed or underdressed with a Little Black Dress. – Karl Lagerfeld. And Florence Welch knows this all too well with a positively enviable collection of LBD’s.And if you want to copy these super chic, superbly glamourous looks then you should get your hands on the ultra glam gothic-romance number from Marchesa. Like Florence herself, you will look utterly show-stopping in this tulle evening gown with delicate lace overlay bodice, heavy ancelon lace appliqués which accent the sweetheart neckline and natural waist of the full skirt. GET THE LOOK.
Her wardrobe is more than just beautiful monochrome magnificence. The singer knows how to rock bold statement colors. Wearing another Gucci number Florence looked radiant in rich, voluptuous turquoise blue.
This beautifully light, ornate and classic design by Marchesa is another cheat if you are trying to get Florence’s look. The flowing silk chiffon with loose fit silhouette is flattering to all body shapes. With one shoulder, beautiful, ornate rhinestone and sequin trim accenting the neckline, I am sure Florence herself would be jealous. GET THE LOOK.
There are many a look, sported by Florence Welch that I could call favorite. One of them is her Royal Blue, Grecian goddess look from the LACMA 2012 Art and Film Gala. A big fan of Alexander McQueen, Welch opted for another Gucci number for this event.
It may not be that beautiful blue but with all the glamour of Keira Knightly’s Attonement dress, Florence would surely be green with envy seeing this Marc Bouwer number. Similar in cut and style and with just as much dramatic impact, the emerald slinky knit evening gown with loose fit bodice and daring plunging v-neckline is complete with ruched sash that extenuates the natural waist. Keeping it classy with a bias cut a-line skirt and dramatic train this is a must have dress for any occasion and any look.
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There is nothing more guilty than the guilty pleasure of reading the month’s issue of Vogue magazine. The magazine unfolds articles, stories, interviews and photo spreads of the who, what, and wear in fashion. Unarguably, the magazine has a power to thrill its readers with awe-worthy couture to leave them yearning for what is next to fill their closets. In the decisive process of it all, the devil who occasionally wears Prada: Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue, is the woman behind the inner workings of the world’s most influential magazine. Rocking a bob and sunglasses, the career-oriented Miss Wintour is always front row for New York, Paris, Milan and London fashion weeks supplying high fashion into our sartorial minds, hearts, and on our clothing hangers.
In 1909, an entrepreneurial New Yorker named Condé Nast took charge of a struggling society journal and transformed it into the most glamorous fashion magazine of the twentieth century. While in 2013, Anna Wintour, hails as the fashion front runner and number one fashion-influencer in the world. Thus, one way to pay homage to the woman who is responsible for our dream closets is to emulate her style.
At this year’s Met Gala, Ana was dressed in Chanel Couture while embracing the floral trend of summer.
Our floral favorites to embrace the floral print trend come from Freeway, Saks Fifth Avenue and Adrianna Papell.
This dress encompasses an adorable look featuring a daisy print with ruffle detail at sleeves an an A-Line silhouette.
2.) Saks Fifth Avenue
This delicate 3/4 sleeve silk purple floral cocktail dress features Mandarin collar, pleated waist and loose fit style.
3.) Adrianna Papell
This striking floral motif gracefully refines an enchanting dress suspended from lithe straps and shaped with a slightly bloused bodice atop the floor-sweeping skirt.