So many things can be dragged under the name of volume, whether it’s layering… it’ll give you volume. Belts to define your waist… volume. Boxy shirts, culottes… Pam! it’s all in the silhouette and slim is not in anymore. Want a prove?
How: The silhouette of the tops are just beauty, and I’m talking -I could wear that everyday kinda beauty- okay maybe in special occasions, but i could! i would! the volume here is so flowy and cool in the same time. File under —Fabrics for volume.
Who: Viktor & Rolf.
How: Structured crisp tops. So rich, you feel like everything in place, so odd that i feel that, you see how they style it with more slim bermuda or pants, i could do that, or with wide jeans too! and that’s an everyday look for me, period. File under—Structure for volume.
Who: Haider Ackermann.
How: In the layers of the ruffles, that made a whole burgundy rich jacket and peplum top underneath. In the way she dress it is another volume story. Layers of fabrics and pieces. Layering and belting all in. that’s just heaven for my eyes. File under —Layering for volume.
How: Layering big slouchy pieces together without looking like a homeless man. Pinstripes and wide flares jeans legs that look like a full skirt with a jacket dress, full dressed still effortless and cool. File under —Wide for Volume.
How: It’s very very veaaaryyyy hard to look romantic and cool (in a sportive way too) in the same time, layering the light fabrics with different heights and the belt goes on top of your chest! full skirts ankle height, a wide top belted at the chest with jacket all in dreamy prints (prints make volume too) and cool tinsel shoes with white socks along the way to complete the equation. I had to mention the shoes. Part of the volume too Gosh! File under —proportions for volume.
So Which volume would you go with?
Images via Vogue.com.