Memories of one of the smallest and the most picturesque Italian seaport towns – Portofino – have inspired me to create this outfit. Its concept is built around the patchwork idea due to colors peculiar to the mentioned town – the sky-blue sea, the bright green nature, buildings colorfully painted in red, orange and yellow and boats that are white like clouds high up in the sky.
That’s why I’ve chosen a bodycon midi skirt and a crop top by Tommy Hilfiger with a pretty eye-catching geometric abstract print which reminds me of Piet Mondrian’s neoplastic art works. The art style in question – neoplasticism – was invented by the above mentioned dutch painter and focused on such essentials of painting as color, line and form. Forms used in his works were squares and rectangles, lines were painted in black or grey, colors used to paint forms were red, yellow and blue, white was considered as a ground-color. It’s been a small distraction from the main theme of my post, and it’s time to return to outfit details.
As for accessories I’ve added a nude crossbody mini bag by Furla and a complementing pair of nude pumps by Nando Muzi. You really need to have nude high heels in your wardrobe as they look elegant and chic and allow you to elongate your legs and are sure to be a perfect match to any look you create.
As final touches to my outfit I’ve used a pretty cute pair of earrings by Swarovski inlaid with gold crystals and made in form of a triangle. These earrings add a romantic edge to any outfit you try to put together. The main accent of my make-up has been put on my lips – I’ve used a red lipstick by Smashbox in shade Legendary.
I hope that the outfit I shared in my post will inspire you to create eye-catching looks.
skirt – Tommy Hilfiger (something similar here) / crop top – Tommy Hilfiger (this one goes well with the previously mentioned skirt) / bag – Furla (same style here) / pumps – Nando Muzi (close ones here) / earrings – Swarovski