Pick two: crop top, mini skirt, high heels. Generally speaking that would be the safest rule, since opting for all three can be a recipe for bad taste. And yet, Patricia Manfield, in keeping her neckline higher than her heels, managed to pull it off with elegance.
Vibrant deep-sea florals and plaid: two clashing patterns you might not expect to see together all that often. Merging the unexpected print combination with a deep plunging neckline was blogger Patricia Manfield in Milan.
Here’s a reality that may or may not be unfortunate, depending on your point of view (and your figure type). The delicate, bias-cut, silky slip dress is ethereally phenomenal on the right frame. Yes, it looks best when it skims hip bones and dips across serrated shoulder blades, and for those of us not blessed with those things we just have to accept that it…
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A see through dress need not be a completely daunting prospect, even if you choose not to wear a full slip underneath. As Patricia Manfield demonstrated in Milan, it can look both elegant and yet sensual when paired with a slip-skirt or pair of tap pants underneath.
From Anna Dello Russo‘s details (colourful, unusual, jewel-studded) to Patricia Manfield’s Gianna Meliani booties and cupcake tattoo (cute), here are a few moments we missed from Milan fashion week, all from outside the Costume National fall 2014 show.
A navy blue fur hat and a hooded, caped jacket: style blogger Patricia Manfield keeps it simple and works it beautifully at the Costume National show.