Minimalism

Being chic does not mean wearing a pair of Louboutin different every day, but wear something simple and be special.

This is what comes to my mind every time I look at a collection of French Connection. A brand that is always true to itself. Each year, collection after collection, season after season, it always offers something new but, for some reason, is dear to you as something that you’ve always had with you. French Connection always has this mood minimal, chic, and among so buanco-black-gray pulls it out of colorful prints that make you appreciate the beauty of ancorad Ipiù mixed colors without excess. In a world of excesses, especially in the fashion industry, this slow but chic style of this brand is like a breath of fresh air. Then, if you want to impress a little, like Carrie Bradshaw says, bet all on the accessories.

Here’s what you should definitely have in your closet with this brand for the next cold season: it has redesigned slightly soft blouses, patterned and printed top , to coordinate the many pencil skirt made ​​from those zip transverse to the classic models, reworking also mesh shirts and sweatshirts featuring sensual and elegant lace inserts.

Sweaters and pullovers: some are embroidered, some embellished with jewel elements, such as the model on which the beads are embroidered white on a black background

Easy Dress to impress: clothes and mesh on which seem to explode petals in shades of red and electric blue, sheath dresses and dresses with flared skirts, single and double breasted, and even someone from the retro flavor and male mannish style.

Male Pants: no boyfriend jeans, but colored pants.  There are many models with a high waist with a masculine edge, on which it is presented a slight drape that recalls the style squat. Those more slim, however, are made with an imitation leather effect, practically a coated fabric strictly black.

Pictures: Model Camilla Christensen photographed by Rankin

Pictures: French Connection
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Autore dell'articolo: Cristina Izzo

Editor in Chief of TheAuburnGirl. Former Fashion Editor of Quotidianomime.com

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