Associated with luxury: Bella Potyomkina advises wearing velvet
Designer Bella Potemkina appeared on the national fashion scene relatively recently, but already can boast an impressive number of star customers. It is noteworthy that in his models Potemkin tries to focus not only on infinitely changing trends, but also on charm and femininity that exist out of fashion, and also with enviable consistency shares useful tips on creating a truly magnificent wardrobe for all occasions.
Bella Potemkina celebrated the opening of the first nominal boutique in the Modad Season gallery in the capital in December 2013, and in 2014 she received the Fashion People Awards award for Breakthrough of the Year. The unprecedented success of her business was attracted by many clients who highly appreciated the desire of the designer to emphasize the tenderness and attractiveness of women with the help of clothes.
It is curious that in addition to the constant creation of all new collections of clothes, Potemkin finds time for master classes, and is also ready to assist in the selection of images, handing out tips on what to wear, what to give up, and what you should pay close attention to. For example, a velvet outfit – it will be a valuable addition to any wardrobe.
First of all, velvet is not only evening products of maxi length, it is also casual dresses, comfortable sports suits. This material successfully emigrated from the category of dresses for the red carpet in everyday images.
Velvet clothes are very easy to care for. The fabric does not shrink after washing, does not require ironing, but only steaming, and the most pleasant – even after prolonged wear, it retains its original appearance.
Velvet is always associated with luxury. If you do not know what dress to wear “on the way out”, put on a velvet. In it you will always look gorgeous.
It is curious that Bella Potyomkina gives advice not only in the field of fashion and style, but also touches on the theme of a healthy and beautiful body. After all, the outfit is intended to emphasize the dignity of the figure, and you need to work hard to create them.