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Monday, July 3, 2017

LUXE Paris Releases the JUAN DOLIO Top with Palazzo Pants at SWANK Events July 2017 - A Boho-Chic Answer to Your Summer Fun



This LUXE Paris JUAN DOLIO Top with Palazzo Pants definitely appears Harem inspired.

I usually have a hard time getting on the harem look bandwagon but this
combination turned my head favorably.


It’s easy to channel my inner boho-chic self in this short
split tunic style top and palazzo trouser combo.

For me, it makes a great summer season style, as this
 outfit is casually loose and flattering.



I love how Paris and Mika have delightfully used flowing silk
and crepe fabric textures to create this stunning look.

Palazzo pants for women first became a popular trend in the late 1960s and early 1970s.


The style was reminiscent of the wide-legged cuffed trousers worn by some women
fond of avant-garde fashions in the 1930s and 1940s, particularly
worn by actresses Katharine Hepburn, Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich.



Unlike bellbottoms which are snug until they flare out at the knee,
palazzo pants flare out evenly from the waist to the ankle.

The LUXE Paris girls have done an exemplary design once again, 
with superb balance in proportions and detailing combining 
polka dot patterning, piping & playful filigree back trims.



For footwear, I definitely think you need heels to balance 
the silhouette of this outfit.

I feel that with all of the pant volume, flat shoes lean too 
much towards a masculine look.



You might also try adding sandals to match the gorgeous blood orange color of this outfit.

Some very feminine accessories such as my leather string bow necklace, bangles and

statement earrings like my the hoop earrings also add casual chic to its appearance.



These will all provide a nice contrast, and heels will lengthen the line

and add a more tailored effect to your ensemble.




Store: Luxe Paris Fashion
Designers: Paris Skytower & Mika Palmyra
Product: JUAN DOLIO Top with Palazzo Pants
Collection: Tropical Island Heat
Release: July 2017
Available: Swank Event (Click Here)

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