Probably every girl nowadays dreams on having a Provence themed wedding ceremony, but I assure you there is no need to wait for your wedding day to experience the romantic atmosphere of Southern French countryside. Provence is a unique fashion style and it is hard to imagine more feminine and delicate casual attire for an everyday life. Today I want to share with you few fashion tips on how to style your outfit according to the Provence traditions.
Relaxed floral prints, flowing fabrics and pastel palettes are the staples of traditional French Provence style. Forget about the pants and jeans and substitute them with mini and maxi skirts made of the softest chiffon or cotton fabrics. Lace and knitwear is another option that is frequently used in Provence. Keep your style simple, graceful and comfortable - over sized shapes, off-the-shoulder blouses and dresses and layers are just what you need. Talking about the color palettes - the colors should be as delicate and sweet as possible. Try to deny all the bright and screaming shades replacing them with a natural pastel tones: lavender, dusty rose and faded green and beige-to-brown shades are the best color options for this style.
Sheryll Raz Gold an owner and fashion designer at Blushfashion created a unique fashion pieces that will help you to dive into the peaceful mood of French Provence. There is a huge collection of the best vintage clothing which are perfect for any special occasion, wedding, evening party or casual dinner. I gathered my favorite dresses by Blushfashion to demonstrate you the simplicity and effeminacy of the Provence style.
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Lots of love,