“Baska” back in fashion!
The shuttlecock on the belt line of the bodice is called “Baska». This item dresses that accentuate the waist and hips, came into Vogue in the summer of 2012.
The shuttlecock on the belt line of the bodice is called “Baska»
Stars of show business and cinema preferred ensembles with Basques in the season of summer 2012. More and more often on the red carpet began to appear celebrities dressed in look with this important beautiful detail.
The ruffles were added to their dresses such famous style icons, as a top model Coco Rocha, outrageous singer Lady Gaga, actress Jennifer aniston and Charlize Theron, singer, and sister of Beyonce, Solange Knowles, pop diva Kylie Minogue, the star of the movie “Harry Potter” Emma Watson, actress Eva Mendes and many others.
Femininity in price!
Today designers prefer to apply to the most feminine and sexy style of the new look, which in the early 50-ies of XX century invented Maestro Christian Dior. Dresses with peplum, a cult thing in those times, back in the wardrobes of fashionistas Europe and the USA. Similar products You can find in summer 2012 collections for brands such as Balenciaga, Dior, Prada, Escada, Max Mara, Emilio Pucci, Lanvin, Tom Ford and others.
Note that the length of the dress is unimportant. The Basque can decorate as mini and MIDI, and even dress in the floor. Wonderful options we saw on Solange Knowles and Eva Mendes.
Not only dresses
Good news is that a shuttlecock can decorate not only dresses, and blouses, jackets, sweatshirts, jackets. Such things can be combined with a skirt or with pants. If You want to put a stronger emphasis on the waist, You can add a trendy look summer 2012 wide belt with buckle tone on tone. Recall fashionable lady that ensembles tone on tone – the trend is not only spring, but the summer of 2012.
The history of the Basques
Dresses with peplum became popular in the eighteenth century. Ladies of that era loved this detail, which made the feminine silhouette, was visually Souihla waist and did the owners of the outfits like fragile porcelain figurines.