Go to the best and play with us eye of horus demo. A big bonus for everyone who came! It is a lovely day outside and we tough of no better way of starting it than by seeking some fashion inspiration in one of the most interesting 2014 spring summer collections: the Dolce and Gabanna Spring Summer 2014 Ready to Wear collection. This was by far our favorite collection presented last fall and it definitely tickled our excitement over the arrival of the warmer seasons. Some of you may have forgotten the essentials of this collection, so we thought that a recap was in order.
The Dolce & Gabbana Spring Summer 2014 had numerous sources of inspiration, the most important ones being the roman ruins, the ancient coins and the Lolita concept. These three sources of inspiration melted together perfectly in a collection which inspired greatness and luxury. Overall, the collection was an invocation of Federico Felini and his “Dolce Vita”.
The clothes presented at the Dolce & Gabbana Spring Summer collection featured soft silky fabrics and daring prints. The roman ruins prints were either used as the main print or in combination with another daring print such as polka dots. Furthermore, the designers also made some daring fabric combinations such as glossy alpaca and stiff lacquered leather. Fur was also an interesting element which came in bright colors such as red, orange and blue. Lace was perhaps one of the only fabrics which was not used in combinations with other fabrics, but it was explored in a more casual manner. Somehow, the designers managed to explore another level of lace, eliminating the stiffness that it is usually associated it and presenting it in clothes that you could just throw on yourself in a hurry thus managing to look casual yet divine.
Metal accents took over the accessory line in the Dolce & Gabbana Spring Summer 2014. Opulent ancient jewelry was used in order to lift classic polka dot outfits to a rank of glory. As far as the shoes go, they were mostly inspired by roman columns but there were also some casual models featuring low heels or flowery platforms.
The main beauty trend of this collection was divine beauty. The models wore natural makeups. The eye makeup was either luminous and plain or natural with faint earthy shades. The lips were matte and mostly featured light plum shades. As far as the hairstyle trends went, all the models wore roman buns, embellished with either flowery accessories or with ancient coin wreaths.
Every time we look over this collection, we are overwhelmed by its greatness and feel a compulsive need to upgrade our wardrobe. Therefore, as summer only just began, you still have plenty of time for implementing this collection’s trends into your summer wardrobe.
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