Flowing weightless fabrics, exquisite lace, bright colors, original styles, paradise flowers, strange animals, aristocratic pastel… Is there a word that unites all these phrases?
Yes, There is. The key word is sundress.
Long Sundresses for Spring and Summer 2015
Long sundresses made of a a thin and breeze-complaint fabric are very feminine and enchanting. I believe that’s the reason why fashion designers include silk, lace and chiffon long sundresses in their summer collections every year.
If you feel like emphasizing your waist, buy a long sundress like you see in the photo on the left. If you need to hide a small tummy, go for a floor-length sundresses like Blumarine’s models are wearing.
Source photos via Pinterest, post-processing by Holy Chic
Evening and cocktail sundresses SS 2015
If you are about to attend a significant event – an opening ceremony of a festival or wherever, try on a sundress with a full long skirt in classic, retro or boho style. By the way retro and boho styles are undisputed favorites of spring and summer 2015.
Like retro style, aquamarine and toasted almond are most popular colors of spring and summer 2015
if you see what I mean.
To look holy chic this summer, select a sundress like any of these:
Another way to stand out from the crowd is to go for a sundress with asymmetric lines like a Georgian fashion designer David Koma suggests:
One shoulder tops, dresses and, sure, sundresses like you see on the second and forth photo will be extremely popular this spring and summer:
Casual Sundresses for Summer 2015
If you have an inverted triangle body shape, choose for summer 2015 a sundress like those by Issa. Such silhouettes will definitely add some volume to your hips.
Try to wear such sundresses with sandals or boots:
Previous statement is true for A-shape silhouettes and those with a basques. Note that in spring and summer 2015 suede will be perfect for every piece of clothing including sundresses.
According to Burburry Prorsum’s CEO Christopher Bailey, English summertime should look and feel like you see below.
Pay attention at sports-inspired sandals models have on – this summer they (I mean sandals) will be in vogue:
Christian Dior’s models were told to wear high boots to sundresses, see the photo:
At Diane von Furstenberg’s fashion show 44 year-old Naomi Campbell was cat-walking. She is beautiful, isn’t she?
Yellow Sundresses for Sun and Summer
Looking through of RTW collections for spring and summer 2015, I noticed that lots of designers opted for yellow color for sundresses. One of the shades of yellow (namely custard) is included in Pantone color palette SS 2015, but its share in the total amount of clothing was as little as 8 per cent. But if the employees of this respected organization had based their measurements on sundresses only, the proportion of yellow and its shades would have been at least 50 per cent.
Because yellow is the color of the sun and the most natural color for sundresses!
Stay cool and look holly chic:)Tanya Pochtiennykh
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