Are you ready to “shine bright like a diamond” and go shopping like a star in Rome with Roma Luxury?
Shopping in Rome for Spring – Summer where it is tinged with a vibrant color palette and eccentric fabrics. Solar and intense colors that do not go unnoticed but also more delicate pastel shades, to be mixed or worn in total look. Prepare yourself to shine with style like a Diva during these beautiful seasons that awake all the emotions and sensations of our hearts and our body.
What better city than Rome to do your perfect luxury shopping? Especially in this period where also so many elite dolce vita and social events are taking place.
Come and live your best and most exciting luxury experience of a lifetime, shopping in Rome is magic with the possibility of strolling through the most elegant Baroque, fascinating and chic streets of the entire world: Via Frattina, Via Condotti, Via Borgognona, and Via del Babuino where you can admire the luxury boutiques and historic ateliers: Gucci, Fendi, Prada, Bulgari, Damiani, Bottega Veneta. It is an unforgetable experience.
Let’s start with the 8 trends that you can find in the most luxurious boutiques of the Eternal City.
Sequins: To say sequins and sparkles will be a big deal next summer is an understatement. In every fashion capital, glitter prevailed, starting with Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs right through to Gucci (pictured here), Dior, and Chanel. Style yours with a sweatshirt to give them daytime longevity.
Pastels: Whether lilac, pink, lemon or duck egg blue, expect to see an array of fashion’s prettiest shades next season. But as Victoria Beckham (as in the picture below) said “delicacy can be strong“; saccharine these colors are not – consider tailoring in ice-cream hues or wearing them in unexpected ways like at Celine.
Checks: It looks as if heritage checks are going nowhere for the season ahead. Balenciaga came via voluminous coats as seen in the picture below, while Victoria Beckham had a more traditional appeal. Anyone looking for floaty feminine styles should turn to Sonia Rykiel where they were bright and summer-ready. Burberry‘s homage was perhaps the most overt – expect to see its check caps everywhere next season!
Plastic: Perfect for British summers, waterproof plastics were a predominant look for spring/summer 2018. As seen at Chanel, Isabel Marant, Burberry, Calvin Klein, and Fendi (pictured), pastel in varying shades will be everywhere this year.
Fringing: Fringing made a surprise comeback this season. Far from its most recent (very tired) festival incarnations, Celine, Bottega Veneta (pictured), and Loewe gave them a sophisticated, empowered appeal. Saint Laurent‘s fringing boots have already been worn by Rihanna.
Bold color: Next summer will be very bright indeed if the catwalks are anything to go by – least of all at Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney (pictured), and Roksanda Ilincic. From New York to Paris, the shows were awash with vibrant, bold shades to suit every coloring.
Sheer: Transparency was a headlining trend – sheer coats, dresses, and skirts revealed cycling shorts and full briefs. Basically, it’s all about what lies beneath next season, as demonstrated here at Dior. Consider it a more demure take on the ubiquitous naked dress.
Ruffles: Ruffles added a feminine air yet again this season, with Erdem, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, and Valentino (pictured) all incorporating them in their respective shows.
Which is your favorite trend? It’s your turn to tell us your opinion!
The Eternal City is unique for many reasons and shopping is one of them. It is beloved by those who want to go shopping and by those who want to live a luxury experience.
So what are you waiting for? Come to Rome and enjoy your exclusive luxury shopping experience! Immerse yourself in the Dolce Vita atmosphere that you can breathe in every hidden corner of this beautiful town and live unique moments full of unforgettable sensations that only Rome can give you. Come and live Rome and its unforgettable shopping experience & tours through ROMA LUXURY.
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