Women's suiting have been on the rise in popularity. Designers have dressed their models in everything from jacquard suits to simple black. From professional to party, you can wear suits to any event. Let's take a look a the best way to wear suits.
Party suits are not your all work and no play suit. Alexandre Vauthier and Philosophy di Lorezo Serafini both designed stunning white suits, while Rosie Assoulin went with a navy suit and white detailing. Mother created a luxurious velvet suit, and La Perla's sequin ensemble is perfect for cocktail parties or the club.
Party with these fabrics:
Pastel suiting is ideal for looking soft and serious. Giorgio Armani and Zuhair Murad both displayed blue suits for a sharp look, while Hermes' yellow suiting shows that pastels are professional. A.L.C.'s relaxed orange suit has a layer of chiffon that adds beautiful depth, and Sara Battaglia's pink suit is perfect for traveling.
Take a look at these pastel fabrics:
Designers are all about patterned suiting this season. Alice + Olivia and Halern utilized chunky floral, while Sonia Rykiel and Zuhair Murad used smaller sets. House of Holland's dizzying chevron is perfect for late night parties on busy roof tops.
Pick out some of these patterns:
Professional suiting is perfect for the professional woman. Alyx and Dolce & Gabbana stick with the usual greys, while Brooks Brothers goes for a racy white. Khaite's beige suit makes khaki look cool, and Tory Burch's windowpane suit is the perfect power suit.
Look professional with these fabrics:
Vibrant colored suiting was another favorite this season. The primary colors were big, with designers like Mara Hoffman and Joseph showing bold suits in yellow and green. Alexis Mabille's plum suit is ideal for turning heads, while Escada's pink suit shows how powerful pink can be. Kiton's blue suit is perfect for New Years Eve parties.
Show off your colors with these fabrics: