Future chic at the Tuileries

When you bring together an interesting mix of textures and patterns, no clash of colours is needed. Immaculately put together, this look photographed at the Elie Saab fall 2013 show at Paris fashion week stuck only to black and shades of blue, complimented by a burst of bright red lipstick. The sheer panel plays peek-a-boo in the most subtle of ways, exposing only a section of midriff before the pattern from the top repeats below on the skirt.

Sheer and blue

The overall effect is slick, a little futuristic and cold, but wholly chic.

Sheer blue outfit

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