Youthful and chic are the newly emerging synonyms for the astounding Versace pre-fall 2014 collection! Donatella Versace’s aim this time seems to be the creation of some revolting yet elegant and feminine looks, which by no means lack originality and creativity. This line seems to be giving the ideas about feminine chic with a fresh breath.
These garments powerfully reinterpret the philosophy suggested by the traditional understanding of elegance and glamour, hence offering a nice yet limited range of color and shape variations for those who are in constant search of new ideas and new approaches for the unchanging desire of looking chic. This way for the very first look, we have a striking combo of a white top with a bald V-neck at the front, paired with a classy miniskirt and topped with a comfy and ultra-chic fur coat of pale pink shade. This is followed by another stunner being a very interestingly worked out graphical Versace patterned top with some slight oversized and rounded silhouettes for the shoulders, which comes paired with a black gather skirt for the best match.
The mint green coat again having some hints of oversized drives is just another creative option for you from the Versace pre-fall 2014 collection. Next come the sporty and cool motives introduced with an absolutely wanna-have and catchy leather biker jacket, which is designed with some beads and shiny details on the shoulders and the lapels of the sleeves, topping a luxurious asymmetrical dress, and finished up with a super cute black clutch. The mesmerizing pale pink dress with spectacular draping followed with a lilac alternative matched with a breathtaking mink fur bomber are other powerful says of this line.
So here, Versace presents one of the top successful results of the creative ideas and experiments it is always ready to opt for. What can’t be done with the rigidly laid shapes and looks, can be certainly worked out with their altered options. That’s what Versace did this time, and the results are more than just efficacious!
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