Make it pop and rainbow!


Make it pop and rainbow!

As soon as I saw the new collections on the catwalk during Milan Fashion Week last week, I got very excited; like ‘tickles in my tummy’-excited. As Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Missoni and Emilio Pucci are high on my list of favorite designers, I kept a close eye on their new ready to wear collection. I noticed a new Spring Summer 2017 trend that included a lot of colors in the most elegant way. A rainbow to be exact in combination with black. As you scroll down you’ll see my number 1 look of each of the designers for next spring/summer. And to make it more fun, I show you my interpretation of this trend as I just refuse to wait another 7 months to wear a rainbow!

Dolce & Gabbana

Spring/Summer ready to wear


Spring/Summer ready to wear

Emilio Pucci

Spring/Summer ready to wear


Spring/Summer ready to wear

Look of the day: make it pop and rainbow!

So inspired on the Ready to Wear Collection of the Italian Designers for Spring/Summer 2017, I show you this gorgeous black dress with a surprising split. The rainbow makes this dress stand out as it is a dazzling detail of the attire. So when I saw this black dress online at the web shop of Dezzal, I just knew I had to have it. Because besides the fact that it is stylish and colorful, it is also very versatile. Today I choose to dress up by adding this by LouLou clutch and high heels which makes me ready to go to a rooftop or brunch-party. However, if I would add a pair of loafers and a tote, I would be ready to go for lunch with my friends or attend a meeting. To emphasize the rainbow and to make this outfit more happy, I combined these popping accessories. But if you rather want to keep all the attention on the dress itself, you can carry a stunning black handbag and black heels when you go out.


Get the look: Dezzal dressby LouLou bag, Polette Sunglasses and nail polish by Meeki



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