Summer Dresses Fashion 2014
Today, we are having per day faraway from style, a lender getaway from brocade, an inset day from It bags – because, a lot when I love style, Everyone loves summertime much more. A lot, even more. So, if the perfect summertime day shows up (it may not be these days, it may not be the next day, but one must be prepared), it appears if you ask me a matter of concept, of priorities, that you dress for summertime rather than for fashion.
I'm not discussing denim shorts or vests. Our company is ignoring both fashion and, alternatively, the ho-hum practicalities of maintaining cool on pipe or maximising park-bench tanning. I'm speaing frankly about summertime dressing with pomp and service and ambition. It really is blue-sky thinking for blue-sky days. And also to my head, really the only ensemble that does true justice to a picture-perfect summer time time is a sundress.
Crispness – a certain humidity-defying starch – could be the option to add allure to summer clothing. Shirt collars, utilitarian various other contexts, are elevated in the midday sunlight to one thing more aspirational. Consider Audrey Hepburn inside her pert, short-sleeved top and knotted silk scarf in Roman Holiday, a look echoed by Gwyneth Paltrow's wardrobe in Talented Mr Ripley. The very best sundresses simply take a-pinch of that 1950s, shirt-and-full-skirt formality, and transpose the appearance into a dress, that will be cooler to wear and slow to crumple. Being neither also bare across the shoulders nor too short makes for a dress this is certainly all the more versatile to be a little smarter.
And yes, i understand exactly how square that sounds, but I told you we were having a week faraway from keeping up with the cool children. We are dressing to worship the sunlight gods, to not kindly the fashion authorities.