How to wear a festive dress after a holiday, especially if it is not one for a long time? Shouldn't he hang in the closet forever? Gisele Bundchen and Vogue Australia are ready to answer a difficult question and throw at least one original idea. And the talent of Patrick Demarchelier turns her realization into an elegant game on the verge of traditions and luxury of true couture and street fashion trends. A beautiful sundress embroidered with rhinestones and beads on Bündchen is covered with a worn denim jacket, and under an evening dress with an open back, sparkling like a fairy-tale mermaid's tail, tucked-up classic trousers, as if descended from the pages of the Calvin Klein Jeans advertising campaign, are pushed underneath.
This is Australian Vogue's unexpected but interesting offer, to mark the end of the holiday season, when many wonderful formal dresses return to their covers and resignedly take their place on the long lists of "someday" and "if the opportunity presents itself." In fact, you should not put off until later things that you like and suit you now, in a year or two, when there is a reason to return to them, these models, colors and finishes will simply go out of fashion. Try wearing a short cocktail dress along with jeans, and long-length swing or high slit outfits may also work well with them. To elegant things of medium length, you can add a casual jacket, jacket or chunky knit cape;Replace silk shoes with high boots fashionable in spring 2015 - they will also add an element of everyday life to the image.
Don't be afraid to sound too bold, don't think about what others will think or say, Gisele Bundchen and Vogue Australia are lancers who are not ashamed to follow.