Looking for pure elegance and timeless chic? Have a look through the amazing Andrés Sardá lingerie fall/winter 2013-2014 collection, inspired by the interesting themes about the character of a woman. What we find among these looks is the duality, represented with luminous and energetic looks on the one hand, and the mysterious and unseen sides on the other. Colors are one of the best tools for representing these thematic concentrations. The shapes are accordingly the next means of creating the ideological realization. The overall impression created with these Andrés Sardá designs is the alluring and sassy image of a confident and feminine lady, charming everyone with her cuteness.
The patterns, which are used with the silhouettes are quite diverse and spectacular as well. One of the most frequently met prints found on the garments are the animal prints, which are applied to a great variety of fabrics and shapes, including both one-piece and two-piece options. The cuts include straight silhouettes and popular sweetheart designs. The classic bras and push-up variants are among the top shapes.
Coming to the one-piece looks, we notice some relaxed shapes, featuring electric purple shades with sky blue lace hems, as well as body-conscious outlines. The corsette shapes are among the most sensual and popular interpretations. Transparency is one of the main play pairs of this shape. Among the fewer met details we can point out the garter elements.
Turning to the colors of the Andrés Sardá lingerie fall/winter 2013-2014 collection, it’s the nice shift from calm and soothing to bright and electric, featured via cream, eggshell, and white to navy blue and super-sexual black-and-bordeaux combinations.
So what is the Andrés Sardá lingerie fall/winter 2013-2014 collection? First of all, it is the most feminine sides of the woman, starting with her secrets, mystique character and encapturing traits to the most explicit and stunning features that everyone can notice. Secondly, it’s the innovative and experimental approach that is found as a cornerstone of the pieces. These two drives create the striking and wonderful combinations we can imagine.
Photos courtesy of Andrés Sardá