A Bit of London’s Taste with Alexander McQueen

Last week the pregnancy of Kate Middleton was announced and I was like “Oh! I remember who designed her dress! McQueen!” And today I was going through my read list and I saw on InStyle that one of the HOT labels as for now is, precisely, Alexander McQueen. So, I decided to write about it.

For this post I picked the best looks belonging to McQueen’s Croisière 2013 Collection. Ready? Go!


1) Look A. The first look is presenting a jumpsuit, and we all know jumpsuits are IN this year (and d’après McQueen, next year as well). The floral pattern is eclectic and elegant at the same time, and the belt right on the lower part of the ribs is what makes it a designer outfit. The straight neckline is super cool; it always makes both, back and chest, look narrower.


2) Look B. The second look wows me, seriously. It’s classy but edgy at the same time. The oversized neck detail makes the chest look narrower and the division right in the middle of the upper part of the body on the chemise makes accessories unnecessary. The pants are up to the waist and the white lines in both sides stylize the legs, making them look longer. I don’t really like the flared leg opening, but it’s all right. If you’re short, don’t wear this kind of pants.


3) Look C. The third look is really McQueen’s essence (or so I believe). It’s bright, turns heads and completely unexpected. The belt is genius. The double end makes the model look taller.

People have weird ideas about McQueen’s designs, but truth be told, this brand has always been able to see beyond the imaginable and find beauty where nobody else dares to seek for it. And it pays back 😉

Shine all over and dream on, crazy diamonds! See you when I see you! Take Care! Lotta Love! Ciao!


P.S. Photos taken from Vogue.fr: http://www.vogue.fr/defiles/croisiere-2013-paris-alexander-mcqueen/6382/diaporama/defile-1736/9179/pag

P.S.2. Feel free to comment, your opinions make us change for the better 🙂

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