Elegant, fun, sophisticated and super-wearable. These are the standards the Diane von Furstenberg brand has gotten us used to over the years. Keeping things classy and interesting seems like an eternal challenge for most of us, yet the label is constantly proving a variety of sophisticated looks worth drawing inspiration from. This time the brand takes us on a trip around US and subtly highlights several insfluences through fun motifs and a well defined color palette.

Though the emphasis on femininity is undoubtedly a strong one, the label isn’t promoting that girly girl vibe which has flooded runways in the past seasons. Instead, the label combines fun motifs with interesting color touches while the structures are kept relatively simple, tailored, without necessarily being heavy fitted. From flirty dresses to gorgeous masculine inspired outfits, refinement is the main concern for the well known brand. Between color blocking and subtly pleated dresses, the outfits include a variety of interesting focal points.

When it comes to prints, the brand chooses to go for abstract motifs which range from classy and fairly subdued to creative with a variety of style influences and motifs like leafs, graphic details and even hints of animal prints. Stocking up on classy rompers, sophisticated sleeveless blouses, fun monochrome skirts with subtle pleat details or flirty above the knee dresses suddenly sounds extremely tempting after seeing the multitude of gorgeous ensembles which can be created with a hint of imagination.

Color wise, various green tones, fuchsia, yellow, orange or blue are recommended if you wish to steal the spotlight. As for accessorizing, keeping things elegant and somewhat practical is definitely key. Strappy high heeled sandals with a minimalist touch along with medium sized classy handbags or seductive clutches and completed by sunglasses or bangs are among the most effective choices if you’re planning to go for a similar look. Keep things modern and classy with these fabulous style suggestions.

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