Is it worth it to buy Versace like clothes?
Versace style. Created in 1978 by Gianni Versace, the Italian brand soon sewed up with successful lines. After all, the Calabrian-born Italian inherited his mother’s talent and became an exceptional tailor with a unique vision of fashion. After working for other brands, it was at Versace – a dream built with her brother Santos and sister Donatella – that Gianni created a signature style. Versace clothes were visually provocative, empowering the woman in a way she’d never seen before. For Gianni, the clothes were designed to elevate self-esteem and shine the body of the woman who’d wear it.
The scarf and jellyfish pattern - a symbol of fatal charm in the Greek classics that paralyze and hypnotize - are Versace brand images and are the symbol of the feminine and the proof that a woman can shine in the clothing she wears. Gianni was the first to mix materials and to use elements like leather in his creations.
The Versace Style
The scarf and jellyfish pattern – a symbol of fatal charm in the Greek classics that paralyze and hypnotize – are Versace brand images and are the symbol of the feminine and the proof that a woman can shine in the clothing she wears. Gianni was the first to mix materials and to use elements like leather in his creations.
However, in 1997 with the sudden murder of Gianni (killed in Miami by a homosexual gigolo) an era came to an end. No one knew what the future of the brand would look like, but Donatella Versace (his sister), who had always been Gianni’s right-hand man and her advisor, took over the reins of the business and was able to further expand the brand with creations as audacious as her brother’s.
Versace is trendy again
This season’s famous scarf pattern, chains, coins, leather pants, and jellyfish are back in a cleat return to the past. I must admit that I’ve always dreamed of having a Versace blouse or belt and so I love the trend. Actually, I’m thinking about investing in a Vintage Versace piece of cloth. I mean it’s an investment, a piece that later on could be a legacy for my daughters and granddaughters, don’t you think?
Anyways, this is me who share the vision of the brand and relates to its style. But, if you love a more minimalist style and like a straighter dash on clothing, I would say that unless you want a remarkable piece in the closet to wear this season buying Versace-style clothing is not your cup of tea.
Talking about my outfit and before you ask me the shirt is actually a body and it’s from that English brand I’ve already told you about, Boohoo. Next week there will be a post about the store and how to get the discount clothes there, okay?
Are you guys fans of Versace or not? Let me know your thoughts on the comments below.