Be a brocade belle with Dolce&Gabbana

As we all know, brocade is an essential part of the Dolce&Gabbana DNA, yet only one piece was present in the Fall Winter 2013 Baroque Collection. See how best to wear this amazing brocade keeping Elegant and romantic on Swide.comThis show stopping pearl and gold application embroidered dress was a fitting addition to the collection. The puff sleeves and doll like silhouette is very baroque. Wear it with a black short coat and black velvet pumps with gold embroidery. The second look centres on a cross-stitched bustier with roses. Wear it with a silver brocade puff skirt and black lace boots. With this look you can also wear a double breasted black coat. With this Baroque look, bijoux are essential, so wear rich Capodimonte earrings and necklace. And a lace overlay slim Dolce Bag.

For the Dolce&Gabbana SS 12 womenswear show, I chose a beautiful golden brocade top with puff sleeves and a puff purple mini skirt with lace detailing, also brocade. I also wore some Capodimonte jewellery from the Baroque Collection for the Dolce&Gabbana SS 12 womenswear show.

It may seem like its too much, but the special occasion did demand for a strong look. When need be, don’t be afraid to dare! With such heavy jewellery, opt for a simple bun for your hair do, its more elegant.After the show with @princepelayo & @bryanboy

I felt very feminine in the cross stitched rose dress with lace inserts form the Dolce&Gabbana FW 13 Baroque collection. It was one of the looks I was thinking about for the Womenswear Spring Summer Fashion show.

If you rather go for a more understated look, the intricate baroque jewels from the collection go beautifully with a simpler dress. It all depends on the occasion, and on what you like of course.

This may look like a simpler way to wear the jewellery, but with a silver fox fur coat- well it all looks different!

Discover more about the Baroque jewellery on Swide

And now the Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2012 Fashion Show collection is available to purchase on the ecommerce website.

And if you’re into Baroque, don’t miss these frieze inspired sunglasses.