Folkloric elegance is spinning around the runway of Paris Fashion Week. The super glamorous Valentino spring/summer 2014 collection got finally unveiled, taking everyone’s breath away with its grace, charm and undeniably beauty. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli this time created something that can’t leave any fashioniser listless about what is happening on the runway. A stunning rush of chic and super cute looks steals the hundreds of deep sighs of the observers of this magnificent show. Created with the help of the inspirations taken from the Rome Opera and some folkloric motives, a huge example of what a beautiful lady might look like is at your disposal.
The Valentino iconic delicate embroidery, lace and beadwork, scrupulously carried out on the majority of the flabbergasting floor, cocktail and mini length dresses are something you want to have right away and without any questions. The shirt-skirt combinations chosen for some looks, including those wonderful and vintage bow collars on top make your heart beat faster from the very first sight. The loosely left pants and shirt pairs are the coolest combos of the line.
The animal prints are also here introduced on some pants and having a very interesting look. Only now they aren’t wild, yet sophisticated, feminine and so Valentino! The classic and a bit passé hairstyle is a perfect accent for the pieces. The play of transparency that created the wonderful sky-touching effect of the floor length beautiful gowns is another successful and irreplaceable part of the Valentino spring/summer 2014 collection.
Finally, we can’t but also mention the simple and fascinating monochrome pieces, being created with an elegance-underlining accent made by the bateau necks and feminine outlines. The super-cute and perfectly symmetrical designs of the apparels are striking and awesome and would please just anyone! Thus if you’re a faithful defender of elegant looks and glamour, at the same time giving preference to the sweet and girly motives, you will find a great deal of interesting ideas in the to-die-for Valentino spring/summer 2014 collection. Simply be careful not to fall desperately in love with one of them!
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