If you are curious to know what the mixture of Chinese traditions and international diverse understanding of fashion could look like, you will most likely love to discover the new Vivienne Tam spring/summer 2014 collection showcased during New York Fashion Week. As the creative designer of the brand claimed her new spring line was an unusual ode to the industrious center of Shanghai.
The native culture always follows the designer no matter where she is. This time the eternal symbol of lotus flowers inspired Vivienne Tam to create vivid, lively and colorful looks with feminine simplicity and mature beauty.
The see-through dresses make the Chinese girl of Vivienne Tam look closer to nature and less official, formal and strict. Brilliantly chosen bright colors make you feel the smell of the upcoming spring and the so much desired renaissance of nature. What is most important for the lovers of casual style is that the simple outfits presented are comfortable and appropriate to wear in more formal evenings too. They give you a healthy and bright look, and instantly make you the new center of attention among your friends. Even gray doesn’t look boring when Vivienne is doing it; in fact, it even looks classy and creative. Red is another important shade in this collection though it is less striking and more pleasant in combination with classical white and black.
You can use these Vivienne Tam dresses for many diverse occasions, such as while hanging out with you fiancé on the beach or going to a business trip with your colleagues. Her white, blue and light green knee length dress would be just perfect for a business gathering. Another good idea would be donning the simple dark blue and black dress with a white classy collar that balances the everyday look with the formal one. Moreover, you can find some stunning looks for your prom or a homecoming queen gown in the Vivienne Tam spring/summer 2014 collection. Hurry up and order some of the dresses, or skirts you like best to look different, cute and self-confident!
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