Pucci had a pretty cool vibe under new designer Peter Dundas. A lot of it had a vague "Pretty Woman" aesthetic, but these two looks are definitely where it's at. The matching graphic print blouse and slouchy jacket look is perfect; bold, dark and a bit weird. I love love love the bright pink pants with black and white tank in the second look. The styling feels like real-life dressing. The multi-strapped mary-janes are perfect detail to finish the looks.
I kind of don't like this yet I think it's kind of cool. Weirdo organza attachments that turn a jacket into some kind of fanciful cape worn with velvet leggings? Dear jesus. But then it's made in navy and black which I totally dig. I don't know.... I guess I dig it.... kindof.
This beautifully draped "suit" dress if magnificent. It's so damn chic and sexy and bold. That's all I need to say about it.
Satin pairings such as this one always remind me of Lanvin, but it's probably unfair to say that. The combination of the robin's egg blue blouse and goldenrod skirt is very fanciful.
4. Bottega Veneta:
Like I've said before, I'm not really into off the shoulder tops, but there is something about this dress as a whole that just SCREAMS "careless luxury" and I can't help but love it.