Dress elegant; five ways to dress elegant the Ralph and Russo style

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Looking to dress elegant more often? We got major inspirations on how to dress elegant from The Ralph and Russo catwalk! Read on!

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Dress elegant
Dress elegant

Even the fans of Ralph and Russo want ease and versatility. And Tamara Ralph has designed them plenty of dressy jackets in gilded jacquards or special glamorously shining satin that  could be paired up with jeans as well as cocktail gowns. Ralph also singles out a utility /denim inspired parka. Very dressy and denim-like, this can be worn zipped up as a cocktail dress.

Feathers are not all bad

Feathers are not all bad
Feathers are not all bad

Russo proudly embellished a few ready-to-wear dresses with ostrich feathers at the neckline and the hem. She also embedded them into the ear cuffs for an adorned effect. She says they are statement pieces. And they are just there for fun and flirty femininity.

Wear A Party Coat

Wear a Party Coat
Wear a Party Coat

It seems Ralph is a big fan of the trench. We recommend this to anyone wishing to fast track it to looking chic and pulled together. We noticed an elegant, dramatic, gold version of the trench on the catwalk. It could be worn as a dress, a coat or could even be paired with jeans.

Dare to Sheer

Dare to Sheer
Dare to Sheer

Several gowns in the new collection came with matching knickers designed to be seen through their sheer skirts. Commenting on these, Ralph said that women take more risk to have more fun with fashion. The knickers brings the lightness to the pieces and people want more laid-back glamour that looks and feels effortless.

But Don’t Show Everything

But Don't Show Everything
But Don’t Show Everything

Ralph’s silk-crepe opening look, was studded with rows of glittering buttons and strategically placed slits. It played the flirty peekaboo game to perfection. “It’s very elegant. It’s very simple but there’s something very sexy about it. You don’t have to show it all, you can hint,” she counsels.

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