Soft velvet, fibrant colours, sparkly details, and cuts inspired by the Swinging 60s: That’s colourful 60s fashion exactly how I like it. Lately, Sara, the woman behind Grünten Mode, introduced her latest winter collection in my favourite Boutique Maison Chi Chi. In this blogpost, I’m going to tell you more about the new desings and show you my favourite pieces.
60s Fashion par excellence: The Winter Collection by Grünten Mode
Just like last year, high-quality velvet fabric in a lot of different colours is the base of the collection. I especially love the fibrant royal blue. If you want to be the star on one of the many Christmas parties or New Year’s Eve, I recommend the blue velvet skirt in combination with the golden top. For those who prefer a plainer but still stylish outfit, on the other side, I recommend the blue shift dress.
Another favourite of mine is the purple skirt with sparkly stars and a matching top. By the way: This is Martin’s favourite look as well.
If you would rather go for a classy Christmas look, have a look at the red velvet pieces. The velvet top with a ruffled neckline for example goes very well with a lot of different skirts. For a party night, I would team it with a mini skirt in the same colour. In combination with the red and pink midi skirt, everything looks a bit more dressed down but still fancy enough to turn some heads. 😉
The highlight of the collection, in my opinion, is the elegant Chi Chi Dress. This one is a design collaboration with Nina, the owner of Maison Chi Chi. The soft black velvet shimmers in the light, while bow details as well as sparkly stones add that certain something to the dress. A fascinatior which is available at Maison Chi Chi literally is the crowing of this glamorous 60s inspired outfit.
Moreover, the Drama Cape, which I already introduced here is now also available in black; I’m going to show you more in another outfitpost. By the way: In this blogpost, I introduce more designs from the latest collection and give you a glimpse inside the Grünten Mode atelier.
Maison Chi Chi meets Grünten Mode
And now, I’m curious: Which one is your favourite look?