A bit of luxury in our lives with the year-end gold trend. For the holidays, fashion the makes you see 28-carat gold. On the side of inspiration: a myth? Midas. A civilization? Byzantium. An artistic style? Klimt. A current? The Art deco. All is (almost) said, the gold […] bit of luxury in our lives with the gold trend of end of the year. For the holidays, fashion the makes you see 28-carat gold.
On the side of inspiration: a myth? Midas. A civilization? Byzantium. An artistic style? Klimt. A current? The Art deco. (Almost) says it all, Gold runs aplenty on our 2010 evening wear. No restriction, one watchword, luxury.
Two declensions goldy on your evening gowns
First version, the Golden details are embroidered, encrusted on the dress. You have the choice between different panels:
- The most Classic, the studs. Arranged linearly on the dress or just touch on the bustier and shoulders (model 1).
- The most chivalrous. Printing side of mesh and Hauberk (model 2 and 4), by bands or overlapped round pellets.
- The most crazy years with some chains assembled as a Web of drops (model 3).
- Most siren with Golden sequins fully covered dresses (model 5).
More pictorial, the second version print fabric-same Golden paw.
- The contemporary table Black Duotone and acrylic gold, minimalist but chic (model 1).
- The Gold Nugget exploded (model 2) look. Strewn with leaves of gold, like a chocolate.
The look of luxury upholstery with fabric Brocade (models 3 and 4).
The whole book geometric, floral embroidery details (see models below), and the dresses are structured and short.
The opulence of the Doré speaks for itself. Two tones (black is ideal), not more. On the side of accessories, precisely, make sure you do not fall into the “wrapping paper”. A gold dress shines alone. If you decide to add a few accessories, ensures that they are discreet.
On the other hand, if you’ve opted for the classic little black dress and neutral, you can let on jewelry, bags and shoes Golden to boost your party look.
And you, what is your opinion on the trend? Rather arty or too much bling-bling?