Gorgeous! Undoubtedly and unquestionably! These are the best fitting synonyms of the dumbfounding Ulyana Sergeenko Couture spring/summer 2014 collection, which includes the most striking and unexpected silhouettes and stylish interpretations possible. As the Russian designer defined it “The gesture of wrapping oneself into something cozy is constantly expressed,” and the ways of expression are the most spectacular part here.
The most extravagant shapes that a retro inspiration can create can be found here, in the Ulyana Sergeenko Couture spring/summer 2014 collection. However, as the designer said the line was mainly inspired by her trip to Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, and still, the classic influence can be clearly identified among the looks. The latter start with uber-feminine body-flattering apparels, which have some curious shapes and color combinations for the best effect. Some of the most frequently occurring deigns are the sweetheart necklines matched with the tight fitting skirts, and all put on the stunning background of satin-like fabrics with the chic glow.
The color diversity later gets extended, reaching some stripy patterns of red and white, and so do the shapes, introducing some full and even a bit oversized skirt alternatives and dresses with nice cutouts and folds, some exquisite lantern-shaped silhouettes for the monochrome multi-folded and ruffled skirts, and the striking V-necks for pure white dresses. The amazing sweetheart shapes have been preserved for the top plus pants pairs, too, in case of which we can also see the nice accessories matching the combos.
The use of classic red shades for both monochrome looks and for color plays is also quite noteworthy. However, the peak of the Ulyana Sergeenko Couture spring/summer 2014 collection and the biggest hits of it remain the dresses offering a super great variety of options from classic floor-lengths to strapless, sleeves, and even bottomless variants.
So all you need to do is just make up your mind about the most favorite pieces of yours, as we know you already have a list of them!
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