Fall Trend: Go “Baroque” w/out Going Broke
One of the trends this fall season is inspired by the Baroque period. Defined by it’s rich tapestries, embroidered embellishments, bold prints and decorative art this trend has an old world-fashion feel to it.
The Baroque is a period of artistic style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture, painting, architecture, literature, dance, and music. The style started around 1600 in Rome, Italy and spread to most of Europe.
Baroque print plays out in a number of guises with varying degrees of intensity. From bold, flashy chain prints on leopard spots intertwined with ropes to ornate rococo swirls. Adorned on the runways of Dior, Rodarte and Balmain this trend is not restricted to clothing, also popular in shoe and accessory design.
Like any trend, one should tread lightly on items purchased. These bold prints will not last long and I don’t consider them “investment pieces.” However, I am loving the Baroque-inspired skinny jeans at the moment. Not too flashy and very wearable.
Here is how to “go Baroque without going broke.”
Go Jane ~ Baroque Print Leggings: $17.50
Arden B ~ Baroque Zoe Skinny Jeans: $69.00
Zara ~ 5B Twill Brush Denim w/ Flock Print: $79.90
Urban Outfitters ~ Insight Beanpole Skinny Jacquard Pant: $94.00
J Brand ~ Baroque Skinny Jeans: $141.10 (sale)
Posted on August 22, 2012, in Clothing, Fashion, Trends and tagged 5B Twill Brush Denim w/ Flock Print, and floral/ chain prints, Arden B, artistic style, Baroque Print Leggings, Baroque Skinny Jeans, Baroque Zoe Skinny Jeans, decorative art, drama, embroidery, Go Jane, Insight Beanpole Skinny Jacquard Pant, J Brand, old world fashion, pearls and crystal embellishments, rich tapestries, Urban Outfitters, Zara. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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