The most feminine accessories, creates an atmosphere of romantic and delicate.
A first use of the bow goes back to the gold production of the 600, but it was with Madame de Sevigne who became known as the “Sevigne”. Brooches in the shape of bow, which were placed on corsets in descending order. They had so much success in the courts gifts, just think of Carlo Alberto of Savoy, who made a token of love for the wedding, to Maria Theresa of Spain, called for this reason “love knot.”
The bow has always the symbol of surprise, beloved by designers such as Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Lanvin, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Diane Von Furstenberg, from stars like Lady Gaga showed off her eccentric big bow in her hair, and “must” in clothing the first lady.
The revival of the bow began to spread in the fashion system during spring 2010.
Large flakes, playful, ironic, as if to remind the big ears of rabbits.
The trend suggests oversized bows, available in all colors and in all materials.
A ‘accessory that draws much the style of the 80s, but that is also reflected in other variants; the 60s, typical headband with bow; or that of the 40s, flakes used by padding ways.
The use of a bow can make it funny, original and glamorous a top or a jacket, but worn in the right way also helps create proportion in the curves. For those who have abundant and soft forms it is preferable to wear a waist belt high ways, to slim the figure, but for those who have little breast, can help fill the forms that are “missing”, creating more volume; making it a real beauty ally.
Used as hair clip, as a brooch, as a belt, or as an application on the clothes, the staple is an ‘accessory to be used in moderation so as not to lead to an excessive effect “mushy” and ridiculous.
Attention! The danger to which we encounter with all the trimmings, is to distract, overpowering the rest of the outfit, so if you decide to wear one, in any facet, were careful not to fall in ‘ “bundled” effect! Dress accordingly, clean and classic lines, simple models, all of which should serve as the snowflake background, and be in perfect balance and harmony with the whole outfit and your figure.
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