Ethereal, romantic, but also gritty: here's how to combine the broderie anglaise with style
Sangallo lace is a fabric that is wonderful for spring summer: fresh, ethereal, very elegant. it takes very little to wear it with style. The risk, however, is that of falling into the favor effect: let's see together how to wear it with style, but in a gritty way!
Sangallo, how to wear it with style: XXL shirt dress
As always, if you want to play down a garment, the ideal is to decontextualize it. The broderie anglaise, always very fine in the bon ton version, will become more gritty if worn in the XXL shirt version, very long and accessorized with clogs, ground-level slippers, but also biker boots for a more gritty look.
Sangallo, how to wear it with style: with flat and woven sandals
With a woven sandal, gold, silver or leather, the Sangallo dress remains romantic, but loses that bon ton patina that makes it more difficult to wear for those who love easier looks.
Sangallo, how to wear it with style: with colorful accessories
A colorful shopper will be the perfect complement to make the pure white of a Sangallo dress gritty. You can opt for red, bluette, but also yellow or red. The same goes for shoes, jewelry or, why not, even a scarf to wear maybe tied to the hair or wrist.
Sangallo, how to wear it with style: the blouse with rouches
Sangallo can be declined in a dress version, but not only: the blouse is also delicious, but here the wedding favor risk is high, especially if it is decorated with ruffles or ruffles. What to do? Make it gritty with a colorful patterned skirt and add a pair of sneakers.
Sangallo, how to wear it with style: I see I don't see
Normally, Sangallo garments are doubled inside to avoid transparency, but this does not always happen. If you are under the door, you can safely play with the see-through effect and use the transparency of Sangallo to play with the contrasts of black or colored garments to wear underneath: they can be a basic cut bra, or a tank top, or even a colored petticoat.
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