HOW TO DRESS LIKE A STAR BY EMILIA WICKSTEAD

The fashion horizon is full of designers that search their own particular style and design. With that on the mind seems like being a fashion designer is really hard and expensive work. So when the aesthetic or the key look is found you stick to it with less or more changes. Seems like Emilia Wickstead is heading towards the star-dusted fashion way. With the crystal clear approach to her style, she is one of the young designers that will definitely be at the peak of the fashion top sooner or later.

The perfect example of that was on the sight in her latest Spring/Summer 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection. With plenty of dresses as the main focus revealing the ultimate feminine orientation of the whole collection, she has played with the neo-romantic forms giving them more robust and heavy accents but with the logic purpose. And that purpose was to create the archaic looks with the modern volume and silhouette.

The sheer moments were there too, just as the hints of modern and contemporary seductive notes. If one trend we can undertone right now which will be huge the next Spring/Summer season then that would probably be the sheer and transparent textures. Today they are all over the red carpets but they could be all day and all around detail until the next hot season. The exception is hidden in the original cut ad tailor details like the vertical appliqued bows, puffy sleeves or ruffled collars.

The colors were on point in this collection too! With the mixture of the standard ones like the white and black, the red and dirty pink was just the perfect touch down in style point of view. But the deep yellow, pistachio green, or rose gold embellishments, all of that was the amazing choice for making the impeccable collection. With this one, Emilia Wickstead has proved that it is possible to be well dressed in a classic way but with the huge personal touch to it. If you are in the search for something new in your style this collection is the perfect inspiration for it!

What do you think about this collection? What do you feel about the colors or voluminous form? Do you like the texture of the items?

Thank you for the attention!

Georgia! xo















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