Again?? It's the best way to start this post about upcoming trends for Spring-Summer 2013 fashion continuous pastels. Past summer were the star shades this season and are still part of our wardrobe. Shades perfect to wear with the summer tan so flattering.
The blue color is repeated. Valentino plasma very original designs embossed sophisticated, and sometimes combined with lace.
Maison Martin Margiela looks full commitment in pastel blue or combined with other pastel shades such as nude or cream, creating color block styling, perfect to break up the monotony. Highlights include overlapping fabric pieces, with cuts in the style of Audrey Hepburn.
These shades can also be very dull and llmativas rock, like this Balmain mini-dress. Strikingly, combined with metallic fabrics and creating rhomboid shapes make this model a very summery piece, ideal to wear in Ibiza party.
Paco Rabanne, Givenchy and Vivienne Westwood also joined this trend with asymmetrical skirts and dresses, each marking cuts and other belt sixties. Different styles in the same color.
In the collection of Valentino Spring-Summer homenjae to also find a dusty pink. Dresses discrete, steamy and very romantic, carved into thin gauze.
This season Chanel has in its collection not many outfits in pastel, but we can find some option in pink.
Yellow is not a color you normally like, especially the most superstitious. It is also difficult to carry. But I do recognize that it is a very flattering shade. Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen committed this very striking creations tone with hints transparent, another repeated trends.
Vanessa Bruno deserves special mention because it relies on the full range of pastries. Verde water, cream, yellow, nude, blue ... and all designs carved into thin gauze and semi-transparent fabrics, just hyper sensual. And it is not only black and bright colors are the only colors sexy.
Floral and joyful, really perfect for summer, are the estamapdos floral Roberto Cavalli. Coral tones and limes are not extremely flashy, but a degree in pastel and often mixed with white.