Fashion dresses in the Autumn-Winter season 2015-2016: the main trends
As you might have guessed, the Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season will please the beautiful ladies with the opportunity to feel like real seducers. Despite the prevailing restraint and practicality in the autumn-winter collections of 2015-2016, the designers could not resist and decided to embody their most original and vivid fantasies in dresses. Both everyday options and evening styles are real examples of sensuality and sexuality. The abundance of shiny materials, transparent fabrics and tight silhouettes are designed to create the image of a woman temptress (Blumarine, Marchesa, Elie Saab).
Not all fashion designers in this season "glorified" provocative sexuality. For example, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace relied on a hidden attraction. At first glance, the presented versions of women's dresses seem modest and restrained. But short length (almost all models are represented by mini-dresses) and bright accessories turn a simple dress into weapons of mass destruction of men's hearts.
The main color trends include deep luxury shades. Many dresses are emerald, gold, plum, scarlet, burgundy and blue. It is also fashionable to wear classic black and white models.
Photo of fashionable casual and evening dresses, Autumn-Winter 2015-2016
A special place in the shows was given to dresses in retro style. For example, shiny golden models from the 80's from Blumarine or ball gowns in Empire style from Marchesa. Long luxury dark green and burgundy shiny models with a high cut ahead presented Elie Saab. Silk, satin, lace, chiffon are the main materials used by fashion designers to create these masterpieces. Many pottery, to emphasize the elegance of cut and the lightness of the fabric, offer women of fashion to combine dresses and fur elements (manto, collars, handbags).
His own, different from the main fashion trends, a look at stylish dresses introduced the brand Moschino. Women's dresses from his collection resemble the uniform of McDonald's workers, giant wrappers from chocolate and chips, and even dresses in the form of a cartoon character SpongeBob Squarepants.
Less original and more practical dresses could be seen on the shows of Michael Kors, Helmut Lang, Badgley Mischka. The basis of these collections was business tweed, warm woolen and cute knitted models.