Trend Fall 2014, 60's Dresses

Prepare your legs for fall: Twiggy style mini dresses are back.


The fashion world discovers Twiggy, androgynous shapes, first model and her wardrobe. One of the trends in fall 2014 will own the 60’s dresses, mini, simple cut, wear colors”pop”. Those who launched the British model by lashes drawn. Above, the fashion he wanted (and want) Trapeze coat; under, short boots. Sixties style is back, and with him his legs in sight even in winter and the mid heel.
For miniskirts and short dresses with prints pop or bright colors, you can inspire to Valentino for the coming winter. Marc Jacobshas porposto a version of woolens, with high neckline and long sleeves. Alexander Wang has instead launched a colorful version, sleeveless, worn with high boots, over the knee boots. The most elegant are the models Pucci, long-sleeved, thigh, and thin sweater and machined”metal”, or those signed Dsquared2, with inserts of fur. For the most elegant evenings, MiuMiu and Saint Laurent Recommenders. Above, we think Antonio Marras, who proposed the typical coats to Twiggy, a Trapeze and with high collar.
Valentino, Dsquadred2, Saint Laurent, Miu Miu
If you think of the 1960s come to mind the exaggerated hairstyles of Brigitte Bardot, square shapes and Pvc. Were also the years of the launch of the first miniskirts by designer Mary Quant, who cut her lips above the knee, creating a small revolution. It was also the time when we discovered the beauty of the minimalist fashion: Goodbye to outfit coy and super equipped space instead to linear shapes and colors. The focus was all on one end only, the dress (or short skirts). The plain gave way to the psychedelic patterns and fashion and interior design eventually go hand in hand.
Inspirational icons? Twiggy, as mentioned above, or Jean Shrimpton. The sex symbol par excellence was Brigitte Bardot, with its distinctive hairstyle, which remains one of the most imitated.