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No stranger to a robust collection, Dolce & Gabbana put 99 looks on display in Milan. Traditionally hailing from Italy, the designs haven’t strayed far in over two decades. Surprisingly, this show had a breath of fresh air to it. Could it be because of all the unrecognisable models? Or could it be a well-suited soundtrack to a voluminous collection? Read on further, for our favourite looks.
Our Favourite Dolce&Gabbana Looks
Look No. 1
Our first favourite look is this mixed print Bermuda short and matching jacket, shirt, and boots. Dolce & Gabbana are never too shy to grab a pattern and that is what we love most. Depending on where you are located, this entire ensemble may be too heavy to wear all at once. However, this outfit can be broken down and worn with anything.
Look No. 2
Our second favourite look from the spring-summer 2021 collection, was look number 8. This jacquard-style blazer dress is right on trend! We love the print, and how well it matches with the boots. It is bold enough to be worn on its own, without layers. A winner in our books.
Look No. 3
Next comes this textiles dress, and matching waist belt. One of the best ways to show off your figure is to cinch your waist with a belt. Not just any belt, you need to use a thick one. Pairing a dress with sneakers has been a long-term style choice off the runway. Many despise the pairing of a sneaker and a dress, but these two match up very well. Similarly, as if it wasn’t already clear, Dolce & Gabbana has some of the best luxury sneakers on the market today.
Look No. 4
This look is a favourite of ours, of how well the look compliments itself. Wearing garments of the same material can make you look robust and full-on. However, if you play into that, by cinching in the waist and adding some statement earrings. You have a killer look on your hands. It’s not too much for those who are daring.
Look No. 5
Up next we have look 22 of 99, which is absolutely delicious! The shirt features a flower bed and polka dot mix print. The shorts are a mixture of a pinstripe and flowers in bloom, with a tie belt. The boots are a major feature in the show, with more than one girl wearing the style.
Look No. 6
A black and white matching co-ord from Dolce & Gabbana is our next favourite look. A bralet, is paired with high-waisted shorts and a jacket in a checkerboard style print. The flats featured the same style and were accompanied by a large shoulder purse. Trés chic.
Look No. 7
Our next favourite look features the same checkerboard print. It is accompanied by a waist belt, in mosaic print, and matching boots. The mixture of prints is the very reason why we love this look. The dress does have a texture to it, but the black and white colour palette is plain. The added belt gives a feminine touch but brings the style back with a different print.
Dolce & Gabbana were inspired by Sicilian patchwork, which features a mix of cultures from the Spanish to Arabs. The vast amount of looks is nothing new to the dynamic duo, as they’ve been throwing looks down the runway like nothing since 2006. This show was absolutely gorgeous, and we implore you to watch it too. What was your favourite look(s)?
Have you seen the Prada show? It didn’t have as many looks as D&G, but it was certainly impressive. If you liked the D&G show, check back later for the breakdown.
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