Baroque Reinvented!

The Baroque aesthetic invaded the European catwalks as trend for the winter 2012/2013, confirming the maximalist wave that already reigns by good seasons. The Baroque period is from the 17TH century, arose in Italy and subsequently spread throughout Europe for showing a combination of power and authority through the luxury and refinement.
With many details and color contrast, the Baroque appears in different proposals: according to fashionruling,  Dolce & Gabbana used the time almost literal, abused of embroideries, brocades and necklace, heavy fabrics in contrast with the light and transparencies. The use of black with Golden pedrarias refers to luxury and richness of time and rents well worked shows femininity.
The era of excess is back: paintings of the period were printed in dresses and purses, little details are what give charm to clothes! 3D lace thank you very worked up and delicate embroidery and compedrarias different take, however, huge! The beauty is almost virginal: skins of doll with eyes slightly hazy, coke low well pulled back adorned with incredible tiaras.
The trend has dominating macaws, however, using so many references in our daily lives? The Balmain made a remake very interesting and 17th-century urban : bet on fine embroidered sweaters that can be used with tailoring shirts and pants, dresses brocades and with precious stones, which could easily be used in a party or ballad.
Also bet on pantsuits, another trend for winter, noble fabrics like velvet for dresses with ideaia lengths to work! And the maximalist touch can be due to belissímos belts full of precious stones and Golden metals with embroidery of equal worth!
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