Youthfulness blends with edginess in the rather distinctive ’90s style in the latest collection by Dsquared2. Dean and Dan Caten have definitely had the school girl picture in mind when designing the collection yet the accent was ultimately placed on ensuring a rebellious edgy vibe. The biker influence is evident all throughout the collection and chains are definitely a nice variation of the same idea. The collection is undoubtedly inspired by Linda Evangelista and supermodel Cara Delevingne definitely manages to portray that spectacular vibe.
Femininity is still an important aspect the label focuses on. Bold girly tones, a variety of skirts and dresses to create interest and skillfully placed contrasts create a fabulous alternative perspective on the fabulous trend. Though flashy, all the looks have a high degree of versatility associated to them. Though the looks are anything but retro, the label is certainly highlighting the source of insight with the pay phone option, which heightens the appeal of the collection.
Between conspicuous chains, bold cropped tops, versatile denim pieces and of course a multitude of biker jackets and leather accessories worth lusting after, the choices are far from being plain or super difficult to mix and match. In fact, the grand variety of alternatives worth exploring and recreating is truly astounding. Color-wise, fuchsia, bold yellow, coral or blue are some of the best choices in the brand’s vision. For a fun vibe bringing patched jeans back into the spotlight can be an interesting idea worth considering.
The accessorizing part becomes crucial since these are the ones that really spice up the looks. From the fabulous waist-cinching belts, gorgeous strappy sandals along with fun hats with a slightly retro accent or studded leather bags and bracelets, the options are fairly numerous and extremely exciting. If you’re looking to spice up your looks and throw a little edginess into the mix without losing femininity, these suggestions are highly adaptable, thus also worth trying.
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