Camila Cabello wore Gucci head to toe for a recent outing, including a $3,400 Gucci over size monogram blazer (available Net a Porter ), $2,100 GG canvas shorts with leather, a $1,300 Gucci tulle and lace bodysuit, a $195 neck scarf, and $770 Gucci Shoes (available at Gucci.com) .
Let’s get into the details, shall we?
Gucci’s blazer is jacquard-woven with the house’s iconic ‘GG’ logo, making it an instantly recognizable piece. Tailored in Italy from cotton-blend canvas, it has a double-breasted profile with sharp peak lapels and an unrestrictive back vent.
Inspired by an archival detail, the classic GG design is paired with a gold Horsebit print, defining this neck bow. The neck bow continues to be an important design element that was introduced in Alessandro Michele’s first Gucci collection.
The GG motif is a subtle nod to the theme of reinvention that appears throughout the House’s narrative. First used in the ’70s, the monogram is an evolution of the Gucci Rhombi design—a pattern from the ’30s archives. A part of the Aria collection, it appears atop these shorts with leather trims.
Lingerie as outwear has been a key runway trend for several seasons, and Gucci is always in on the action. Made from black lace and tulle, this figure-hugging bodysuit includes a built-in bra for extra support and has fully adjustable straps. Wear it with an oversized blazer for a look that’s daringly chic.
The Gucci Aria collection takes references from the archives of the ’90s and early ‘2000s, with pieces inspired from Tom Ford’s era in Gucci. The new idea of femininity shows glamorous details, such as lace, crystals and sheer fabrics. This pair of slingback shoes are presented in beige and ebony Original GG canvas for a strong logo feel
This is a lot of look! I think if I were her, I would have taken off one item or mixed in some solid colored shoes or a solid shirt.
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