From knotted waist skirts to shoulder pads, Max Mara Spring Summer 2019 collection truly revived the 80s fashion. Check out the collection and read our review.
In most of the collections of Max Mara, we see beige and tan colored outfits and the Spring Summer 2019 collection was no exception. The show started with a model walking the runway in a tan colored double-breasted coat paired with matching pants and shoes. With every look being monochromatic and more subtle, it makes the collection more wearable.
The looks were cool, relaxed and not so fussy! Outerwear is something Max Mara is known for and you can witness various outerwear pairings. Outerwear paired with one-sleeved shirts, double pocket calf-length skirts and vinyl tops were seen. Padded shoulders, knotted waist skirts, asymmetric drapes and one shoulder tops brought the 80s feel to the collection.
Another interesting element of the Max Mara Spring Summer 2019 collection was the trench coat with ruffles. Ruffle tops were also seen. Also, another 80s style was a couple of polka-dotted outfits. A few formal outfits in grey were also seen.
Max Mara Spring Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Collection: Gallery
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