Couture means too much of something, right? Well, not necessarily, but in this case definitely. And these are the less busy looks, because the others included a million of buttons and colors on everything, I mean beside the enriched frills and woven texture of course.
A lot of people could ask now, that where and when can a woman wear all this stuff, and the answer is quite simple and pretty complicated at the same time. Because look at those jeans, they’re pretty ordinary, all of them would look great with a simple tee for example. The same applies to the shoes. The tops are more on the fussy, ‘where-the-heck-can-I-wear-this’ side, but we’re speaking about Couture pieces here, which no mortal wears just because, but on the other hand, the simple white tones manage to take away the edge a bit, so I can see some editors and bloggers rocking them on fashion week for example.
But as we’re still speaking about Couture pieces here (and we’ve arrived to the easiest answer), the more important thing is what these pieces represent. And for me, they show the way, that statement frilly tops are going nowhere. Neither the cropped, frayed jeans, and everything denim, nor military inspired clothes. Which is good news, because if you like these things, but wanna be trendy at the same time too, you don’t have to throw out everything you have already.
On final notes, I want to mention the hats too, as I clearly see some people questioning them :). Those are boho accessories which you won’t wear if you don’t like it. It’s simple as that. The only role they have here is to accentuate the whole boho/gentleman/Mad Hatter mood what’s going on here. And you can’t deny, that they’re the perfect additions for that, aren’t they? 🙂
What do you think? Frills or no frills?
Photos via vogue.co.uk