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Baroque Baroque Baroque

While one side of  Fall 2012 trend dominated to 80’s volume shape, another side of the runways dedicated to luxe Baroque embroidered pieces that offered magnificent scene which might not be easily opted on the street but glam venue. However, just start off the season, we found lots of interesting pieces of the Baroque embroideryboth looks and accessories that are really adorn the street so well. Femininity is really a key of embroidered texture.  For me the simpliest look is from Stella McCartney which is really modern at the time. However, if someone really like Baroque, they might not stop only a tiny little piece that less flash to anyone’s eyes. There are plenty of things that you might consider to invest. Enjoy!

Balmain Baroque Mania

Dolce & Gabbana Magnifique Baroque

Valentino floral embellishment

 Alexander McQueen flourish era

Lanvin Statement

 

Moo Piyasombatkul “Baroque Noir”

Eleven object’s collar

Loewe Arreos Saddle bag

Salvatore Ferragamo Embroidered bag

Photo: Courtesy to brands

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2 comments on “Baroque Baroque Baroque

  1. ashleyriser
    August 28, 2012

    I’m so obsessed with baroque, even though it’s totally impractical.

    • pokkybkk
      August 28, 2012

      Some pieces are practical currently but major pieces might not be familiar with non-fashionista. Just have fun 🙂

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