AW14: My happy 60 ’ ere

by | June 29, 2017

one of the strongest trends in the autumn collections are 1960 ’ ies – not hippie-sixties, but on the other hand, the graphic prints that cheat the eye, sharp cut and fine coats, with a focus on the buttons. It is a trend that clothes most, and which is not too outreret – in other words, a trend, you are going to use for daily.

Both lively op-art-print, short sheath dresses, futuristic white and exciting shades as mustard and orange was everywhere on the international catwalks – we have found our favorite looks, so you can see what has inspired our shoppingguide below.

GUCCI showed a sea of uldjakker, the so-called classic peacoat-model, in both the navy and lovely pastels – like combined with narrow trousers in ankle length. A very clean look. PACO RABANNE has always loved the future and AW14 collection is no exception – view just this white tunic dress! DELPOZO is not so well known a brand, but they hit the spot with the graphic patterns in new color combinations – we are wild with navy and mustard, as you look at this.

Many opportunities for plus size-women
Fortunately, the many talented plus size designers followed good with, so you have many opportunities to throw you over this trend. For more details, you as Danish plus size woman can enjoy; they facilitate A-cut that is forgiving of broad hips and the many delicate pastels, who dress a light skin. You will also find many bars that leads the eye in certain directions and patterns that highlights different parts of the body.

Tips for your shape
If you would like to try the fine-print is ’ by 1960, remember the golden rule about only having a patterned stuff on. A patterned top get legitimate attention, if you have a solid-colored bottom at – and vice versa. That is why it is also smart to have the pattern on the part of your body, you have the best with – as it is there, the eyes of others land. Hooray! Would you like to roll you out in dresses with prints, remember that the pattern leader eyes; diagonal patterns is therefore to create a waist, there may not be so evident, while vertical patterns are good to camouflage it, who else goes outward –, for example, an Apple shape. And the many A-shaped skirts, which this trend offers, are both helping to put focus on the waist and gives you a little camouflage for the broad

hips.

TOPS

GOOD for the APPLE SHAPE
Top with black panel, up to size 52, 299 KR., Violeta

GOOD Mango city for PEAR SHAPE
Sweatshirt with graphic print, up to size 60, ca. 590 USD + shipping, 6th & Lane of Lane Bryant

GOOD for the BIG BOSOM
Top with asymmetrical seam, up to size 56, ca. 420 USD + shipping, Live at

Evans

Unlimited

GOOD DRESSES to the PILLAR
Dress with palm prints, up to size 52, ca. 370 USD + shipping, Marks & Spencer

SHOW the LEGS FORWARD
Neoprene dress, up to size 52, 499 DKK, Violeta

DEPOSIT BOX a Mango city WAIST
Strapless dress with taljemarkering, up to size 56, ca. 250 DKK,

Asos BOTTOMS

GOOD for the ICE CREAM CONE
A-line skirt with embroidery, up to size 50, ca. 830 USD + shipping, Booth

GOOD for MOST
Stretchbukser with print, up to size 56, approximately 665 USD + shipping, Talbots

for PATTERN-NOVICE
Pepita checkered pencilskirt, up to size 50, ca. 830 USD + shipping,

JACKETS Boden

GOOD for the BIG BOSOM
Enkeltradet uldfrakke, up to size 50, ca. 1760 DKK + shipping, Booth

GOOD for the SMALL BOSOM and PEAR SHAPE
Checkered peacoat, size XL, up to 800 USD + shipping, Zizzi

GOOD for the APPLE SHAPE
Classic trench coat with tie belt, up to size 52, 1299 DKK, Violeta city Mango

remember – YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND YOUR SIZE HERE:

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