A lot of women swear by the classics in fashion. They have gone through their phases with trends, and know that some of those clothes have staying power, and some simply are out the next season. When it comes to Chloé, the designer understands that quality always outlasts quantity. These pieces are designed to go from season to season.
Gaby Aghion founded this line in 1952. She loved the classics and designed runway pieces. Her dream though was to bring the clothes to the mainstream. She started the movement of luxury prêt-à-porter. This basically means that high-end brands from the runway could be ready for purchase in a local shop. This dream has been realized now in many brands.
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The Chloé brand sounds like it’s meant to be said with a bit of joy and lilt. That’s because that’s exactly what this clothing line entails. For high-quality leather purses in classic colors to interesting squiggly suede shoes, this brand is meant for fun fashion. The Horse Print Belt is especially fun and can rope around any baggy top. It’s slimming and goes well with the Chloe C Mini Bag that the model is holding in the photo. For those with eclectic tastes or those who love Western themes, some of these pieces on the Marissa Collections site are the fashion that really stands out.
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When you purchase, you’ll want to make sure you care for the clothes well. You just don’t want to wash and go. Follow the care instructions to get maximum life. If you like more of a woman on the town look, then go for the Chloe Ceinture Chain Belt. It wraps around the belt line but looks more like an accessory than anything else. The Wave Pointed Slingback is literally from the runway. These hot shoes are excellent for the warmer seasons when you need to slip on your shoes and go. You need a multi-purpose look that is also wearable.
The great thing about these clothes is that they work well for the office too. The designs are very unassuming about lifestyle. A person could be wearing them to work or just when running errands. It’s an aesthetic look that doesn’t necessarily jump out. This means that these classics could stay in style forever. And most women who know about couture understand that buying high ticket items that are trendy, like bandage dresses, could mean that the clothes simply go in the recycle bin soon afterward. There’s nothing more painful than having high priced clothes that looks outdated.
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Another nice feature of this brand is the fact that the clothes are meant for any women’s figure. This does not mean that one should not maintain one’s size. However, this is certainly not a brand that caters to people in their 20’s. And that’s something older women should cherish, because many other brands still try to make this age group their demographic market. All in all, if you’re going to buy couture, give this brand a serious look over.