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Colori moda p/e 2010: il Rosso


Simbolo della passione e dell’amore, il rosso è uno di quei colori che non passano mai di moda e, in varie sfumature, non manca nelle collezioni primavera estate 2010. Perfetto per le carnagioni ormai dorate, si può scegliere un total look, oppure qualche sprazzo di rosso per ravvivare la nostra mise e dare un tocco di sofisticatezza. Ecco alcune proposte:

Legato al suo nome da sempre, un rosso brillante è scelto per l’elegantissimo abito Valentino, morbido e lungo fino ai piedi, avvolge dolcemente il corpo femminile. Raffinato e iper femminile è l’abito Roberto Cavalli, un modello monospalla in georgette, impreziosito da un brillante serpente arricciato che fa da gancetto sull’unica spallina. 

Anche gli accessori e le scarpe si tingono di questa calda tonalità e nelle collezioni p/e 2010 troviamo la borsa Mindy D&G, particolare handbag in pelle con doppi manici e tre taschine anteriori; sempre in rosso e perfetta per le occasioni speciali è la borsa Lolita Christian Louboutin, una clutch in pelle con manici a catena. Infine per completare il nostro look le scarpe Prada, sandali in pelle saffiano con zeppa in corda, casual e comode per accompagnarci durante le nostre giornate.

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luglio 14, 2010 Posted by modaonline | tendenze moda | abito Roberto Cavalli, abito valentino, borsa Christian Louboutin, borsa D&G, borse moda, collezioni primavera/estate 2010, colori moda, d&g, moda online, scarpe prada, tendenze moda, Valentino | 1 commento

   


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