Has a piece that is more the face of winter than a mesh? Warm and comfortable, brings that feeling of warmth that makes all the difference to brave the cold outside – and still works to give a touch of fashion to look. In the Groove of the Festimalha, which opened its doors last Thursday in Nova Petrópolis, Donna spoke with the stylist of the event, Louise Giusti, to point out trends in knitting for the season.
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For those who go shopping, Louise Giusti has selected three items in it’s worth keep an eye.
Mmais long, works to give bossa double jeans and blouse. Fringes give movement and fashion touch.
To update the closet, the stylist recommends the models made in ribbed knit.
If the proposal is to invest in a piece that will have longer shelf life in the closet, the suggestion of Louise are jackets in fair or average modeling or wide. Color? The classic double P & b.
The trend now are shorter – well, with a more modern, well adjusted to the silhouette.
-What I’m seeing are pieces that bring a sense of comfort, as wider jackets made with cute yarn-explains Louise.
Instead of a bulky Turtleneck, the bet of the time are the collars short and fluted, in the best style years 1990. Worth, even for short-sleeved shirts or tank tops that combine with the mild temperatures of autumn and spring.
Gave no other: Rose Quartz and the serenity blue, the colors of 2016 second Pantone, set the tone of the Collections. Beyond the pastel palette, the Earth follow among the Favorites for the cold season. If you want to bet on the classic pieces in black and white (alone or mixed) complement the wardrobe. When it comes to prints, what more if you see are the geometric, ranging from ethnic stripes. The animal print, of course, follows between the bets of the knitting.
Largest knitting in the South of the country, the Festimalha brings together more than 63 exhibitors and 350,000 pieces for sale – plus accessories stands and food court.
Where? Events Center of Nova Petrópolis (Avenida Padre Affonso Theobald, 1,700)
When? From Thursday to Sunday from 10:00 at 7:00 pm. Until June 5.
TICKETS: $6 for the general public, $3 for seniors and free for children up to 10 years.