Natural Beauty: 13 Styles for Women & Children
Together with the stunningly fresh blazer look, "these cigarette trousers" with the front hem slits and trim bands along the slant pockets are an elegant power suit option. They are also great solo worn with blouses and T-shirts.
"This cherry red plumetis dress" is a knee-length look that will have you dreaming of the hot summer holidays. Black buttons and a pom pom trim at the extravagant sleeve and hem ruffles are beautiful extra details.
When an evening theater or a wedding are on the agenda, "this lace dress" with an asymmetric turn down collar is sure to draw the looks your way. Panel seams and darts underline the flawless cascade and shape a beautiful silhouette.
Pair it with boots or sophisticated high heels: "This flared to the hem dress"features an asymmetric hem flounce and a wrap detail at the waistline for a style that is versatile enough for a full day of shopping through to an evening out.
Just when we thought we had enough blazers in our closet arsenal, we find this mega style: An asymmetric and colorful accent on the shawl collar is pulled through a slit in front – wow! The rest of "the narrow-fit blazer" is understated.
A sumptuous crêpe de chine makes "this blouse" : ultra-feminine. The soft drape of the fabric ensures that the flounce along the plastron stays soft and that the sleeve width gathers deftly into wide cuffs for a beautiful and soft finish.
A bit of swing for every step in "this tiered skirt" sewn with a dotted print. Tying bands are sewn in the side seams for relaxed tying in front or in back. This style can work well for the office paired with a proper jacket or wear it with a cool leather jacket for an edgy vibe!
A stylish mix of business and a touch of torero spark in this look. "The slim fit trousers" sewn in a spring white are decorated with a deep black braid trim along the slant pockets.
"This style" can easily replace a blazer at the office, and also be a light jacket to protect against the breeze of the changing season as shown here. This embroidered look includes a fringe trim and deep set-in sleeves. Straight hems make it a great cut for border print fabrics.
"This blouse" is sewn with a soft viscose chiffon that is fluid around the figure in a delicate drape. Flounces along the neckline and the sleeves add an additional touch of swing. For more coverage, simply line it with a layer of batiste or wear a skin tone top underneath.