The options are extended. If we had proposals for little black dresses, Blue King, Brown and gray, the new proposal is of Victoria Beckham and Alicia Keys.
The two singers, one more trendy than the other and designer of his own collection, but eventually two divergent styles come together in a same trend: color dresses. And with this I mean dotted dresses in the sense more pollockiano fashion. The colour explodes in these designs and reveals that the Christmas 2009 doesn’t have to be just white.
These designs are very spring and can bring a cheerful and different touch for parties, where commonly wear black or garments with brightness, either by sequins, metallic or satin touch.
Victoria Beckham, who has returned to copy the blog recently, chose a design of very feminine cut, Bare shoulders, round neck and circular skirt. The dress in white dotted with orange, blue and turquoise is a design of Julian J Smith. As part of the collection Spring-summer 2010 Let see much skin, but I think it can transform into a perfect winter design with a good pair of boots and a coat.
Then one makes his triumphant entrance and leave your coat on the rack and displays the color palette radiates light and presence. Surely more than one look shall be fixed on you.
On the other hand, Alicia Keys He appeared in London promoting his latest work, The Element of Freedom with a blouse of Alexander McQueen cruise 2010. A perfect touch rocker bottom white and dotted with Blue King. The blouse is perfect to be noted.
On the catwalk appeared with a few magnificent cage booties in blue, but the rithm & blues diva printed him his seal with stockings to play and electric blue patent leather boots. Apparently copied this from Blair Waldorf in one of the recent Gossip Girl jacks. However, stockings not favored his legs that looked a little plump, but can be a good option if you hit.
I love this design, but it would remove the belt, then hang loose and relaxed prints you a chic touch to the whole.
What do you think? The color can be a good option, choose your design and adapt it to your needs.