With ornate details and gilded edges, the drama of the baroque period has been fancifully captured this season. Elaborate beading and embroidered details give modern pieces a little old-world elegance.
In preparation for the drama that inevitably accompanies the darkest and seemingly moodiest period of the year, baroque offers a slight shift in attitude. It’s not relaxed by any stretch, but it may well be the season’s answer to warm weather’s engaging nautical stripes, bringing with it a liveliness not usually seen at this time of year. Make the look your own via these practical, very wearable pieces.
Your go-to LBD suddenly looks a bit boring, doesn’t it? It’s a mesmerizing alternative to your usual eveningwear – something to infuse a hint of royalty into your look without going overboard. The devil really is in the details, ladies. Look to these Prada Sunglasses to make a bold statement with their grandly scrolled arms. These are just a few items I picked out but the options for Baroque are endless this fall season.
Do you LOVE this trend? Since I was brought up with Versace clothing and home decor I’m totally loving this trend and can’t wait to wear as much as possible of it before goes away again.
ASOS full skirt dress, 125 CAD / River Island black mini dress, 95 CAD / Miss Selfridge peplum shirt, 67 CAD / Emilio Pucci embroidered jacket, 3,915 CAD / Topshop metallic skirt, 78 CAD / Highwaisted shorts, 37 CAD / Alexander McQueen black high heels, 1,065 CAD / Alexis Bittar jewelry, 295 CAD / Tech accessory / Mary Katrantzou floral scarve, 605 CAD / Prada eyewear, 285 CAD / Voluspa Noir 2-Wick Candle Tins, 24 CAD