Feathers exude drama and elegance, which make them a big part of fashion. Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear was filled with feathers, whether they were adorned as trim or treated like a fabric and fashioned into a garment. Let’s take a look at the fanciest feathers from Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear.
Feather dresses are great party garments, and provide exciting movement. Kimora Lee Simmons and Alberta Ferretti keep it as simple as they can with feather dresses, while Adam Selman adds a cage to complicate matters. Celine adds prestige to a basic button up dress, and Alexander McQueen utilizes some well-placed feathers to stay modest.
Feel fashionable with feathers:
Feather jackets are perfect for chilly Spring evenings, and flutter beautifully in a the breeze. Cinq a Sept’s feathered shawl is the perfect shade of pink to keep it on the cusp of audacious, while Proenza Schouler dives straight into the glamorous side of gaudy with a white feather jacket. Les Copains’ jacket almost looks like sequins in its silver shade, and Marques Almeida’s striped set up is perfect for taking a tour of the city.
Take on these trims:
Feathered tops are top tier. Anna Sui’s cardigan is ideal for that boho chic look, while Brunello Cucinelli’s fits in more with soho style. Undercover’s blood red blouse utilizes the movement and depth of feathers for a funky effect.
Check out these trims:
Feather trim is a favorite when it comes to adding flare. Bibhu Mohapatra and Libertine simply line their sleeves, while Saint Laurent invokes the spirit with angel-esque shoulder trim. Topshop Unique’s dramatic bodysuit and cardigan are trimmed with stunning blue feathers, and Attico’s sequin dress is balanced with symmetrical feather triangles.
Accessorize with these trims:
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