Sunday, 04 January 2015 19:00

Mohito lookbook Carnival 2014

Carnival makes the less is more rutle step back and give some space for sequins, shimmery shiny accessories and splendor of any sort. Reflection of such trend might be perfectly visible the last Mohito Collection.

 Flounces, creases, deep necklines, skintight or oversize – these are just a few trends among the whole range of designs in the carnival offer. Just one look at the December editions of fashion magazines confirms: STEP OUT! It's trendy

Mohito, as well, presents its Carnival Lookbook in which classic cocktail dresses go hand in hand with coveralls, encrusted lengthen shirts and tapered baggy trousers. Also basques were given another life: compound with a simple bottom part makes a perfect alternative for a Little Black Dress.

Color range of the collection bases on deep black, sensual red and elegant white, matched with splendid silver and gold. Green sequins used in some items make a direct accent towards disco fashion of the 70s.

Strong accessories complement character of the looks: ornate necklaces, encrusted headbands, sexy stilettos, and handbags in shape of tiny purses as well as larger clutches.

Have delightful time during your Carnival Party!

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