Sophistication is the Chic.


So who else here loves this Sophisticated feel that fashion (yes, even retail fashion) is setting off this Summer? There’s this mod approach that Dior (of course) and Prada have given to us last Fall that showcased this Summer’s 60s revival.

Yay for checkerboard and bob haircuts.

Because staying chic is the ultimate sophistication.

With that spoken into existence, let’s elaborate.

So–have you begun to notice this OBSESSION with black and white? Well to put it simple this color scheme is also called, mono-chromatic. (*Ohhh the things I learned in my 15,000 class at the Art Institutes: Color Theory. Interestingly enough, I understand color better than ever, thanks to my fashion obsession.) You can literally learn how to effectively place color with eachother, by trying it on yourself first—yay for experimentation.

Cue the Twilight Zone theme song (no, not the ridiculous movie series,the 50s classic I mean.)

Anyways, I’m getting distracted.

What I’m trying to convey here is that this season is exploring into the blandness of white and black; and ultimately where it stands in sophisticated means (c’mon we all know the ‘black and white affair’) These particular hues (or rather no color, and all colors) are so widely interpreted in different feelings that it would be impossible for me to describe them—c’mon now.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

The best part of this Summer 2013 trend OBSESSION, is that it’s inevitable in the shop. So SHOP #MONOCHROMATIC NOW!

This entry was published on June 15, 2013 at 7:15 PM. It’s filed under Elle Saint Deveil, High Fashion, Stanzino Looks, Stay Inspired., The Fashion and the News. and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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