Street Style Excellence: Details Matter!

A buckle in your belt, a tassel in your shoe, fringes on your bag and frills at the hemline of your custom-made dress can be eye-catching elements which in given combinations can make or break a look.

Street style stars like Nicole Warne, Zanita Whittington and Lauren Yates, are fully conscious of certain statement-making details embedded in their highly photographable looks. Those to be praised by the global fashion media handle colours, silhouettes, embellishments and prints in an avant-garde way, introducing new ideas in terms of styling and popularizing designers or trends that are not yet fully established. Let’s see how we’ll really rock it on the streets!

PARIS - OCTOBER 1: Woman poses for photographers before Chloe show, Paris Fashion Week Day 3, Spring / Summer 2016 street style on October 1, 2015 in Paris.

PARIS – OCTOBER 1: Woman poses for photographers before Chloe show, Paris Fashion Week Day 3, Spring / Summer 2016 street style on October 1, 2015 in Paris.

POP OF COLOR

Classic recipe that bloggers and fashionistas follow to the core, is adding a brightly colored detail to a neutral monochrome outfit. In can be a pair of electric blue shoes, a neon belt, a color-block decoration or bold jewellery with colourful gems.

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A TOUCH OF ECCENTRICITY

Oversized appliques, intricate embroidery, beading, sequins, panelling, cut-outs, and other unexpected elements with give an edgy feel to your outfit. The ‘odd thing out’ is not something undesirable but a coveted and cool detail to be followed by an array of fashion-savvy people.

THE NEW SILHOUETTE

Years ago designers were required to present a ‘new silhouette’ every season, and this was a real headache for them. Today we really think that forms evolve organically, so that your wardrobe maintains continuity in style and attitude. At Social Order, you gradually build up your personal collection of evening gowns and cocktail dresses.

THE ONE-OF-A-KIND APPROACH

Classics with a modern twist take on a new dimension. Legendary fashion editor Grace Coddington explained once that the only way to stand out in a crowd is by wearing clothes you’ve made yourself! You can now create your own dress, including unique motifs and wide availability of options in incorporating them to your special-occasion look!

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