Prada Spring Summer 2019 collection reminds me of Blair Waldorf’s style from the girly TV series Gossip Girl. Sophisticated and opulent, we bet the Blair inside you will love this. View the collection here!
Satin was the dominant fabric used in most of the looks. Satin shorts and skirts paired with jackets, deep U-neckline tops and slip tops were seen. Other interesting looks were short slip dresses paired with full sleeved sweaters or just a simple plain satin slip dress. Most of the dresses were great inspiration for college girls and working women alike as they were simple, non-fussy but yet comfortable.
So not only tie-dye and art printed skirts, but models also walked the runway in high-neck satin shirts, A-line skirts and stiff trouser shorts.
Accessories included cut-out sock shoes, studded and printed headbands that matched the outfits in most of the looks. From round to handheld to micro, a variety of handbags seen. Narrow sunglasses were out and we saw many oversized colored ones.
Prada Spring Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Collection: Gallery
Anusha Jain is a Staff Writer & SlubShop Manager at ShilpaAhuja.com. She has a diploma in Fashion Design from iNIFD and is originally from Andhra Pradesh. Before entering into the field of fashion, she got a Masters in Analytical Chemistry. Her love in fashion design, a passion in staying updated with the latest trends and zeal to do something creative paved her way to a career in fashion. Here, at Shilpaahuja.com, she works on bringing the latest in shopping ideas, fashion tips and beauty advice to SlubShop, the world’s first purely trend-based affiliate store. Accessories are her expertise. Her work on SlubShop involves bringing the latest runway trends to the masses, and designing the UI/UX to make it look innovative and fresh. She is also a fitness and dieting aficionado, writing about bringing the latest in the world of wellness and health. When she’s not writing she loves to travel, watch movies and also she is interested in photography, using herself as a muse. For feedback and questions, email [email protected] or connect with her on Twitter @Anushajain14.