Are you hoping for Black Friday to get some items off your wish list with cooler prices? This is the chance to give up in the wardrobe taking advantage of special prices in the most famous promotion of the year. We talked with fashion and style consultant Alexandra Rada, who brings tips on the must have parts of the station for you to invest already.
Top the shoulder
You must have noticed that the shoulders are out with everything, right?
The ruffles are in all and, according to Alexandra, it is impossible to pass the next season without a piece with this detail.
Another piece that appears as a trend and makes the head of the famous are pants with sports footprints. Alexandra warns the composition of the look with this piece: a tip is to wear it with shirts and sandals.
Summer is coming and everyone expects many days of beachfront and pool, does not it? To raze. Alexandra says the trend is bikinis with high waist, swimsuits with lateral cutouts and very top cropped.
The key word is to shine! Metallized parts are no longer part of night looks only and appear on all occasions. It is worth investing – you can, perhaps, think about the clothes of the holidays.
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