Embroidered in Fuerza

3-23 Full 13-23 LS 13-23 Full 2JS Collections Embroidered Sheath (similar here & here) Vintage Beaded earrings (Antique Co-Op,similar here) Suede Gloves (similar here) J. Colleen Boutique Black Patent Clutch Corso Como Patent Pumps

Today, many individuals consider France as the center of the fashion spectrum, but perhaps could that same distinction go to Spain?  In the 16th century at the time, Spanish clothiers’ stitched reasonably moderate designs utilizing heavy fabrics as garments were decorated with medallions of gold, silver and bejeweled fabrics garnished in pearls, an influence left behind by the Moors era.3-23 Middle 1The Spanish culture brought the colors of different nations from many corners of the globe and amalgamated into their heritage. In return their glorious traditional red and black combo dress adorned an enrichment of classy, contemporary, and cultivated while driving a diverse fusion. With a population that surpassed more than forty-five million individuals which are individually driven as a western civilization. By the 1940’s the popularity developed by choosing with the color black, used for both day and evening garments during all seasons. Rich ruby reds were accents with an overall ensemble which incorporated a whimsical matador-style hat used to accessorize suits and dresses.3-23 LS 2

For an evening that contained an array of regal personalities, I bestowed a sense of strength from the hostess’s manner of organic beliefs and entrepreneurial focus. The choice to wear a matador inspired cocktail sheath, in company with black passementerie embroidery which embraces a Spanish influence was my choice to emanate such strength.

 

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