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The 74th Emmy Awards took place this Monday (12) and took to the red carpet, which was actually beige, several trends in long dresses. If you go to a party, you can be inspired by the models used by Zendaya, who won best actress for a drama series, as well as Elle Fanning, Amanda Seyfried, Mariska Hargitay, among other celebrities.
We separate 6 trends shown at the awards that fit the silhouette of several people. It has black, metallic, pink, light pink and nude, colorful monochrome and wide modeling, like period clothes. Check it out and get ready for the next party.
black nothing basic
If you thought that black was out of fashion or that now is the time for bright and strong colors, you can change your concept. Yes, vibrant shades are present, as you can see below, but black dresses appear in far from basic choices. Mariska Hargitay, Ellen Fanning, Zendaya and Julia Garner were some who chose the color, with glitter, with a pink complement, with a wide skirt and embroidery. For different types of personalities.
Did you ask for color? This is the tone that has grown the most and appeared in party looks. Strong pink, like pink, appears in unconventional models, as shown by Ashley Yi, Mary Winningham, Ali Krug, Connie Britton and Molly Shannon. What is your favorite?
Like pink, but not so strong, opt for lighter tones, like these models that bring lightness, volume, transparency, draping and shine.
Colorful monochromatic dresses are very popular. You can choose your favorite model, with a slit, with a strapless neckline, with a V-neck, asymmetrical or more flowing. To find out which color matches your skin best, place the piece close to your face and if your expression denotes health and joy, that’s the color.
people are to shine
If the strong tones came to show joy, bringing the dopamine effect, referring to the neurotransmitter of well-being, the brightness is also a reflection of the post-pandemic. Golden, with crystal mesh and in dry modeling. You bet.
Wide modeling, no matter your silhouette, is another trend on the rise and reminiscent of moments like the post-war period, when designer Christian Dior launched wide dresses. In the post-pandemic, looks like this, in tones like earthy and green, which are close to nature, are also present.
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