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Chanel Adds Flair to Classic Couture

When you think of the fashion capital of the world, what is the first designer that comes to mind? I bet there’s a good chance that Chanel is right at the top of your list. With lady like ensembles and a tweed takeover, there’s no question as to why Chanel continues to dominate the world of fashion for over 100 years.

The Haute Couture collection for Chanel was a romantic girls dream. Full of the classic tweed, pastel colors, and polished silhouettes, it definitely did not disappoint. Designers always have to keep their collections fresh. Karl Lagerfeld accomplished this in a beautiful way while staying true to the brand.

Two of the biggest trends that were seen throughout the collection were plunging necklines, and feather accents. From red carpet to street style, these trends are sure to dominate 2017.

Plunging necklines have been huge this past year, but we don’t expect them to go away anytime soon. Many ensembles such as, a little black dress, a navy blue look, and a glittering, feather trim gown took the plunge.

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The navy look in the center stuck out the most to us. We love how the embellished skirt peeks out from the long vest. The belt and coordinating boots perfectly pull the look together.

It wouldn’t be Chanel if you didn’t have a touch of glamour. What better way to do that then with some feathers?
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Feather accents were added at the shoulders and hemline of garments. This was a great was to add a little extra pizazz, who doesn’t love that?

Lagerfeld definitely made the Chanel spring 2017 Haute Couture collection a success. Even with the addition of new trends like plunging necklines and feathers, we incorporated them in an elegant way, while staying true to the Chanel woman.

Keep scrolling to check out more of our favorite looks from the show.














*Photos courtesy of Vogue Runway 

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