Trends Autumn/Winter 2013 / 2014: The Monastic Style for Which You Do Not Want to Teach

I am very fan of the work of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli at Valentino. Designers show collection after collection designs of monastic style. More designers have joined this new trend where dresses suppress necklines, lengthen the sleeves and not too taught to get stylish looks without ceasing to be female.

Gucci

Gucci committed to show an elegant woman with a touch lady rock. Dresses made in silk, and with movement stained collection. Vitamin such as Fuchsia and orange colors give an overdose of color to the collection. The necks stand but without disturbing.

Carolina Herrera

Blouses and dresses with lacing and puff sleeves make up designs of Carolina Herrera that remind us of the carers with aires preppy outfits. Closed collars and long sleeves adjusted for party or evening dresses.

Valentino

In the House Valentino they are the forerunners of monastic trend. Designs with a well-understood sobriety. Long dresses with collared shirts for a very modern look. The fabrics are rich and austere perfect for the winter season.

Chloé

Chloé Choose round necks and a more sport-chic style. The color palette is simple: blue and black. Skirts are for the knee and the fabrics are silk and satin giving freshness to designs.

In Jezebel | Trends autumn/winter 2013 / 2014: the passé is fashionable and retro triumphs