Classiness, elegance and creativity combined with artistic understanding of fashion and love for bizarre mixtures gave birth to the new Yves Saint Laurent spring/summer 2014 collection showcased during Paris Fashion Week. The experienced designer is ready to use his knowledge and sense of choosing the best styles and designs to come up with the most attractive and artistic patterns. His new fashion show is just the proof of this. The collection unveiled on Monday is absolutely innovative and revolutionary. It is unusually appealing and entrancing. The combination of femininity with some masculine elements creates an effect of self-confidence and certainty. It also makes you appear more courageous and sure about obscure things in life.
You can find casual outfits and some evening gown in the Yves Saint Laurent spring/summer 2014 collection. The variety of styles and the mixture of designs and outlines create the abundance of dresses and all kinds of cozy apparels. The main color of the line is the pitch black, though there are some bright lines in pink, green and gold too. The used materials are comfortable and pleasant. Although the looks don’t seem that expensive you can easily judge from the fabrics how luxurious and fancy they are.
The first arrival on the runway show was a creative combination of black shorts and a black classy top with a big and attractive V-neck. The apparel will be just ideal to wear on a high school-after-classes party, or to go on your first date in a fancy café. The tight leather skirt with a chiffon top and a loose jacket will make every female police officer feminine and hot. You can also find some prom dresses to shine during the most interesting and fun nights of the school year. The one shoulder tight top with a cute skirt with heavy ruffles will give you the adorable Barbie look and will drag everyone’s attention.
Hurry up and change your look today making it more creative, impressive and just sensational choosing something spectacular from this striking collection from artistic Saint Laurent.
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