Sometimes a trend likes so much that it retains its primacy from one fashion season to the next. This year it’s the turn of knit dresses, still firmly on the list of favorites. Indeed, they are feminine and versatile garments: just wear them, match the right accessories and the look is done! On the fashion week we have seen them parading in every length and material: romantic, gritty, in lace or in leather, with feather or fringe inserts.
From these inspirations comes the first selection of autumn/winter fashion models. Shapes are classic and clean. The contemporary colors experiment with three different effects on unique stocking stitch texture. Let’s discover them one by one.
We start with the shaded nuances of a dress made of Sestriere, a 100% natural yarn, light in weight and warm on the skin. A soft shape, square neckline and compact texture characterize it.
We then continue with a drawstring dress in the St. Moritz printed pattern. It’s a wool and alpaca blend in exclusive shades that comes in hank format. Short and flank, the model has V-neck and drawstring waist.
So, we end with a joyful striped dress worked with Calgary, 100% Fine Merino Wool in 100-gr balls. In the simplicity of straight shape, there are many small stylish details: dropped sleeves, back longer than front, and a slight V-neck.