I don’t know if you’ve heard but last night at the Diplomatic Club in Bucharest, the silkiest event of this summer took place, where Laura Hincu shared with us her silk masterpieces by throwing a #SilkGardenParty, celebrating the launch of the Silk Essentials Shop. I am terribly sorry I couldn’t make it but I was shooting in Naples this all white silk outfit with a touch of red to celebrate this special event from far away.
I believe that every woman has to have a few silk essentials in her wardrobe, such as a white silk shirt, a spaghetti strap top, a long black dress (that I wore to the Digital Divas event and you all fell for it), a pair of white and black flared pants and the list could continue on and on, because everything that is basic and silky, is a must have.
Laura Hincu is one of the few designers that works only with 100% silk, or blended with cotton and other fabrics in order to create very feminine designs, that can compliment the body of any woman. She started creating and advising woman what to wear at different events, with her personal view upon fashion and now a new era is staring with the launch of the Silk Essentials Shop where we can now purchase her everyday designs and start creating a wardrobe any woman should own.
Walking around the streets of the old city center of Naples I was wearing a Laura Hincu skirt made from white cotton-silk blend that flatters the silhouette accentuating the waist with its wide strap that I have matched with a white top, also from Laura Hincu, with a very nice knotted detail on the back. I just got inspired by this wide skirt and created an Italian look by adding a vintage red scarf as a headband by tying it with a big bow in the front, with red pattent stilettos and went grocery shopping looking like a true Napoletana. I must say and brag a bit because everyone admired my outfit and even came to take pictures with me like I was an Italian celebrity.
Hope you like this look especially created to celebrate the #SilkGardenParty and take a look in the shop and find your Silk Essentials.
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