Every once in awhile, a styling trick pops up on the runway thatâ€™s so obviously necessary and makes everything look so right that you feel almost crazy that everyone wasn’t doing it before. For example, Prada’s colorblocked, toe-less socks in 2007. Or when Alexander Wang plaited messy side braids on every model in his lineup back in 2010 â€” itâ€™s a small shift in the way you think about the potential of your clothes that can eventually make a big difference. Diorâ€™s neck situation was one of those moments for us.
Every one of the 50 models in the lineup wore a variation of a choker. There were silk scarves tied and folded around the neck, silver collars that ended with a jewel, and ribbon necklaces adorned with numbers recalling the history of Dior (1947, for instance, was the year in which Diorâ€™s New Look was first presented; 8 references the name of the maison‘s first collection,En Huit) â€” the best was when they were worn layered on top of one another.
Itâ€™s a look that utilizes a couple items you might already own (choker necklace, a lightweight scarf), and techniques youâ€™re already familiar with (tying both those around your neck), but done up in a specific way that somehow feels like the best combination of all. Wear them like Dior showed with slim suit set or just with a plain white tee and greatcropped jeans.
Original Source:Â refinery29.com