Jul 23, 2012

Street Trends in Rome: The Foulard Dress

Questa sorprendente tendenza che consiste in trasformare il foulard in un indumento, proposta inizialmente da Dolce e Gabbana tra gli altri designer, sta facendo il giro del mondo dalle passerelle alla strada.

Un tessuto di usi multipli, il lussuoso e freschissimo foulard è perfetto su abiti, giacche, bermuda, camicie e accessori. Buona visione ..

Questi scatti sono per Style Says, questa settimana sono la loro guest blogger e voglio condividere con il pubblico di tutto il mondo una domenica calda e soleggiata al centro di Roma.

Abito Foulard: Oviesse, Giacchetto: Motivi, Borsa: Kathy Van Zeland, Scrape: Via Spiga, Collana realizzata artigianalmente in Italia.

English:
This amazing trend that transforms a foulard into a garment was originally proposed by Dolce and Gabbana among other designers, and it's making the turn around the world. 

A fabric of multiple uses, the luxurious and breeze foulard looks great on dresses, jackets, bermudas, shirts and accessories. Enjoy it..

These shots are for Style Says, this week I am their guest blogger and want to share with audiences across the world a hot and sunny Sunday at the center of Rome.

Foulard Dress: Oviesse
Jacket: Motivi, 
Bag: Kathy Van Zeland, 
Shoes: Via Spiga
Necklace: handcraft in Italy.


Touring around the magestic Colloseum.

Walking by Piazza Barberini.
Always fashionable the Spanish Steps, so many times transformed into a runway for fashion events.
 Hard to resist the shopping at Via Dei Condotti.

Wishing to immerse at Trevi's Fountain just like at the film "La Dolce Vita". Unfortunately, it is penalized with a fine by the local police department, so don't please dare..  
I found a better way to cool off from the Roman heat, there is always an icy "Sorbetto" this orange flavoured icy drink matches perfectly with my dress.. Cheers from Italy..