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Rachel Rachel Roy dresses for Summer and Spring 2012 Collection

It seems that Rachel Roy recalled the actual colonial Vietnam in Twenty?s and Thirty?s for her summer and spring collection that was launched on NEW YORK, Sept 12, 2011. The actual designer tried to picture what a woman for the reason that age should be attire with. She had been helped by images, colors, fabrics as well as cuts to have a total image. Prints had been either floral or even snakeskin. As for colors; these were all about midnight azure, white, black, fish, turquoise, cement, glaciers, anthracite and butter. Moreover, materials were silk, silk, cotton, velvet, shantung, tricot natural cotton, linen, jersey as well as taffeta. She presented slashes like, suits, attire and skirts. Manly effect haunted the slouchy fits that included covered jackets, relaxed, cuffed, as well as slim with ankle joint length pants or even pajama shirts. Dresses had been crossed with devices or affected by Hard anodized cookware style with that kimono covered dress of small or maxi duration. As for skirts, these were straight with leg length. Eventually, devices, strappy sandals as well as clutches were used as matching add-ons.









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