We’re seeing several trends this season that appeals to our romantic side.
From feminine ruffles to romantic floral maxi dresses.
Romantic puffy sleeves and lace hinting of centuries long gone, a time with heroic knights and pretty maidens. Appearing to be a lot more romantic than it ever was.
But the clothes were spectacular. Comfort was not key, but today’s take on the Victorian era are a lot more wearable.
I love the high neckline and the row of satin-covered buttons on this Hillier Bartley blouse.
This summer we’re in love with super long and wide sleeves, voluminous frills and exaggerated ruffles.
In this set I wanted to tone it down a bit and show that a Victorian piece doesn’t have to be loud.
I styled the top with a wrap skirt with on-trend waist ties, signed Isabel Marant.
While the top and sandals are cute and feminine, the skirt and bag adds a modern and more edgy touch to the look.