after seeing the SS '11 collection of Dolce and Gabbana, I was veeeeeeery relieved that all of the silhouets were so feminine!
A lot of androgyn-looking models have been walking down the runway the last few years,
which I also liked.
Though I always had this sort of fascination for high heels,dresses and Paris' twenties style!
You know, like these flapper dresses, with lots of fethers and fringles on it..
Briefly: I love to wear feminine clothes.
What I think is very sad is that here in Belgium, you see lots of women who wear a pair of jeans.
Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with wearing a pair of jeans, but if you combine it with grey or beige 'gilets' or sweaters , it starts to get a bit boring, don't you think?
Those women who I describe, wear this sort of outfit every day!
You all know at least five women like that, no?
This is a message to all of you who recognize themselves in those women:
Please do wear colour ! Be a woman , a real one !
Don't hide yourself on the street, so that no-one will notice you and just leave you alone!
You shouldn't be afraid of people looking at you because you wear for example , a red cape.
And about the jeans-issue .. Go for a Levi's ID-curve pair please.
(later more about that)
Back to coming season now:
In the A/W collections this year, the fifties/sixties Mad Men style was representative (Prada for example), so we already had a little dosis of feminine style.
Following pictures show us a tip-of from the feminine trends formed at the past fashionweek in Paris and Milan!
Chanel: revival of the twenties + of Inès de la Fressange
John Galliano was inspired by a twenties icon and interpretated is his own way.