Approaching Blue Dress - Anthropologie.com
- 168.00 USD
by Ida Hsiang
Add a splash to your summer whites! Dip-dying is a pretty and eye-catching way to give your summer look a soft wash of color and to add interest to your ensemble. Or give your dip-dyed style a more ombre approach with pieces that feature multiple hues! Reminiscent of a summer sunset, this trend that's taking over is perfect for all these hot days/ balmy night activities. Give your tank top or tee a boost of style or really stand out in the crowd with a dip-dyed maxi skirt or dress. A full head-to-toe look a little too much? Try a great pair of dip-dyed denim cut-offs or a breezy, lightweight scarf to try out this trend in small doses. Take a look at our fave picks that are to 'dip-dye' for by clicking on the slideshow!
For the Spring 2010 Ports 1961 collection, designer Tia Cibani found inspiration in the beauty of nature and as such, she presented an absolutely breathtaking collection. The color palette was mostly muted and comprised of soft airy shades, with the occasional pop of color thrown in, like the standout cherry organza layered sheath. To keep things on the clean and minimal side, embellishments were kept discreet, instead focusing heavily on construction and silhouette over anything else. Some of the pieces were very voluminous but in a way that was still wearable and not too overwhelming, while others were cinched at the waist for a sexier, more defined silhouette. The draping, tucking, and folding were so incredible, even someone with no knowledge of fashion whatsoever would be awed. Some of my absolute favorites included the talc marble wrap dress, a brushstroke silk satin sheath dress with a draped back (definitely a versatile piece which can be worn with a blazer for day and sexy shoes and lots of accessories for night),, and a muted tank dres that was so simple yet stunning. From the bustier cocktail frocks to the organza blazers to the draped skirts, each and every single piece in this collection was simply phenomenal. Flip through the slideshow to see some of the pieces in action.Color Palette: Soft pink, cherry, neutrals, silver, peach Celeb Sightings: Ivanka TrumpPhoto Credit: Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week