Guest, we close the week with seven points to keep in mind this 2020, the fashion trends for fall guests. Be very attentive to the tips we are going to break down for you today so you can be on time and be the perfect guest at your next event.
We are entering the last months of the year, autumn and winter, and for those of you who have the day reserved for that morning or afternoon wedding, you can turn to the trends that have been worn this 2020 and that you still have time to comply and wear.
1/7 – BASICS
If you have an event around the corner, this year and every year, basics will reign. Less is more is the phrase that sticks with us, you don’t have to wear something extravagant or embellished to feel like the perfect guest on your most special occasions. You will not fail, find your look and join the color block to be the queen of the party.
2/7 – BRILLI BRILLI
Sequins, rhinestones, beads and much more, dreamy details that every guest (princess) can imagine. It can be worn both day and night, but let’s reserve it for evening events better, the atmosphere accompanies the design and makes it a much more special moment. Do you want to gain a few extra inches? Choose mermaid cuts with tails and then tell us…
3/7 – METALLIC
For those of you who don’t want to show off the ostentatious, you can turn to the metallic phenomenon. You will find them in full fabrics or simply in details of the design. You will find fabrics such as lamé, brocade and tulle with metallic threads that will give the right shine to the design. We recommend it for evening weddings, sisters of the bride or festive seasons.
4/7 – DRAPING
A very precise and very special technique that carries a very malleable work behind that shows volumes in the silhouette. The result, an elegant and very flattering finish. Perfect for those of you who have less curves and want to enhance them. We will find it in fabrics such as tulle, chiffon, mikado and chiffon.
5/7 – LACING
Only one word is needed to describe this incredible fabric, sensual. For those guests who want to show that more sophisticated side with such a spectacular fabric. A fabric that covers areas such as the neckline, sleeves and body. For events held in cool places, the best thing to add to your sleeves.
6/7 – ESMOQUIN
We proclaim ourselves fans of this pattern. A masculine look taken to a fresh, current and increasingly integrated into our closet. We saw Carrie Bradshaw at her best friend’s wedding and since then our closet has been able to take an unexpected turn. We will find the tuxedo lapel detail in necklines of dresses and jackets of course.
7/7 – FLYERS
It never fails, as the draping, will bring volume to the areas that we want to mark the most. We can find it on the sleeves and waist. The design that best suits is the asymmetrical neckline dresses. Perfect for balancing areas such as the chest for example. What are you waiting for?
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