Inspired by Truman Capote, the “Truman Melody” from Stine Goya is full of pattern, unique silhouettes, and eclectic styling. In addition, you will likely pick up on the ‘70s inspired style. In particular, this glamorous retro style is inspired by the Black and White Ball, which is a legendary event that was held at the Plaza Hotel in 1966. Let’s take a closer look at some of the pieces themselves to get a better feeling for how this aesthetic comes across, shall we? There’s tailored coats done in an eye-popping gold and black check, retro florals adorn voluminous midi skirts and puff sleeve blouses, silk dresses are painted with elegant swans, and there’s no shortage of fresh trousers to pair with bold blouses. Because yes, despite the ball room influence, this collection is designed to be suitable for various events, not just evening events. It brings glamour to the everyday through silk, embroidery, and rich colors. Pair all of that with Stine Goya‘s preference for bold prints, unexpected pairings, and eclectic styling, and this is one of those collections that’s easy to get wrapped up in.
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