The dresses They have become the quintessential garment during the hot months. With the arrival of good weather, stores begin to bet on this piece in an endless number of models: short, long, with sleeves, sleeveless, solid colors or prints. Thus, you can opt for a comfortable and fresh style, without losing the glamour.
H&M, following this trend, it has opted for a wide variety in which two inspired designs royal. Among her dresses, ideal for the spring months, there are a couple of models that bear a certain resemblance to some looks who have brought women of the monarchy, such as Meghan Markle (39 years old) or Carolina de Mónacor (64). Both, considered an icon of style.
The Swedish store currently has available a blue and white dress which, due to its pattern and shades, is reminiscent of the design that Meghan Markle wore at the wedding of Celia McCorquodale (32), niece of Diana Wales, held in 2018. Then, the protagonist of Suits came with a simple floral model with long sleeves, signed by Oscar de la Renta. This season, H&M has taken it as a reference to create a midi cut piece, made of linen and cotton, with a slight v-neckline and spaghetti straps adjustable. It stands out for its buttons on the front and the gathering on the back and waist. In this way, it gives a feeling of spaciousness and fall. The garment is available from size 32 to 46 for 29,99 euros.
But the firm has not only been inspired by Meghan Markle in the proposal of its dresses. She has also taken advantage of this print, in the colors that will be sweeping in spring, to create a crepe-style blouse, a linen wrap blouse and cut-out trousers. palazzo. When combined, you get an ideal set for the hot months.
In its collection of dresses, H&M It has also taken as a reference a design that Carolina de Monaco wore in the 70s. Specifically, in August 1977, when he announced his commitment to Philippe Junot (80). On that occasion, the Princess opted for a look romantic and simple, composed of a pink floral print dress and midi cut, full of elements that are in trend today: puffed sleeves and a round neckline.
Four decades later, the Swedish brand has put a similar one on sale for just 19,99 euros and from size XS to XXL. The model has been made of a flowy viscose fabric, in order to cope with the high temperatures, and draws attention for its round neck, the decorative ruching on the neckline and the buttoned teardrop closure at the nape of the neck. Like the one Carolina de Monaco wore, its sleeves are puffed. The same pattern has been used to create another dress model and a delicate blouse.
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