New Look

New York & Company 7th Avenue Suit Collection (similar here & here)  Diamond Earrings  (similar here)  Vintage Velvet Party Hat (similar here) Vintage Suede Handbag – J. Colleen Boutique Carrano Jeweled Pumps (sold at Piperlime)

With December upon us, it seems to be a bit of a misnomer to conceal ourselves with the hue known as winter white. Quite the contrary, fashionably speaking, as within the history of fashion there has been only two primary colors used frequently being Black & White. Worn separately or merged seamlessly together, this combination is often referred to as a classic. I’ve discovered over the years from merchandising a variety of techniques to convert such a profound ensemble of purity and timidities.  The antiquated guideline of wearing this classic combination as one is blending its elegance in a timeless-chic sense of balance.

As mentioned in previously written articles of mine, in particular, Christian Dior’s “New Look”, an image that took a vivid shift during the post-war fashion from the late 1940s. Gathering the same fundamentals that Dior displayed in 1947 as Carmel Snow, Editor-in-Chief of Harper Bazaar was quoted stating, “It’s such a new look!” after her initial viewing of Dior’s spring/summer collection. I’ve discovered that a woman’s silhouette is her story, strength, beauty, presenting such a feminine quality. With a claim of a wishful desire to bring back beauty through the usage of utilizing feminine clothing with soft rounded shapes which embrace the woman’s physique.Dior, along with myself, share the vision of bringing back a sense of timeless grace, inherited through the fabrics, textures, and accessories that I garnish creating a practical yet wearable ensemble.

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