TREND ALERT: THIS NOSTALGIC FASHION IS HAILING WITH FUTURISTIC BUBBLE SKIRTS
Bubble skirt’s comeback is all about futuristic sensibilities and 2000’s nostalgia
Inspired by the fashion endeavours of beloved Princess Diana and Madonna, bubble skirt made its way in the fashion world in early 2000 and are popping back in 2019 with a nostalgic and futuristic fusion – yes, you read it right the bubbly fashion is back. Despite being a very unique and otherworldly take on a skirt, this fancy balloon trend is pitching high in celebrities’ wardrobe and seeing them wearing it with so much grace, we’re sure you can’t miss it.
Whether you are in a mood to experiment or you’re facing a fashion roadblock, have a look at these bubble skirt outfits that we picked to help your inspiration juices flowing.
Millie Bobby’s Chic Pink Mini Skirt
Toss those boring skirts because Millie Bobby’s chick pink bubble skirt is all set to widen your fashion wishlist. We love how she has paired it with a peppy white crop top and layered it with a jet-black jacket; and of course, the tropical prints on the crop top add the right amount of effortlessness to this otherwise nostalgic pink skirt. Not to skip, the elegant black high-waist belt adds the desired cinch and makes the overall look even more zestful.
Photo credits: Marie Claire
Natalia Dyer’s Simone Rocha Pearl-white Flair Skirt Natalia Dyer spilled the bubble-beans everywhere with Simone Rocha’s pearl-white bubble skirt – she styled the skirt keeping a dainty red silk top as the foundation piece of the outfit and paired it with a stark pair of heels in a similar hue. All over the combination of red and white has worked as beautifully as the slouchy hem of the skirt. Besides all the glam she maintained the gravity with her sleek side-parted hair which brings the right amount of sophistication to this lustrous look.
Photo credits:Marie Claire
Celine Dion’s Ageless Bubble Dress
The Canadian singer Celine Dion is reinforcing the trend rhythm of the timeless bubble fashion with an off-white dress which she chose to wear at Alexandre Vauthier show in Paris, the aesthetic beauty of this bubble dress grabbed the attention of every fashion enthusiast and its exaggerated long sleeves just added to the lady’s inherent glamour. From Met Gala to several fashion events this year Celine has sprinkled myriad fashion goals and this look is definitely amongst them. The sleek bun, golden heels, and the unmistakable charm made her look like she has been brought straight out of the luxurious stratosphere.
Photo credits: Marie Clarie
Sophie Turner’s Dressy Monochrome Skirt Sophie Turner also contributed in bringing this outwardly glamour back in trend by donning Louis Vuitton’s bubble skirt at the promotion of ‘Dark Phoenix’. Honestly, it has been carried so well that it makes the bubble fashion look so easy and familiar. The pairing of a horizontal-striped monochrome skirt with a peppy metallic blue top rather adds a more dressy spin to the trend. Maybe it’s the silhouette or Sophie’s charm, we are so lured by the look.
Photo credits: Marie Clarie
Alexandre Vauthier’s Futuristic Metallic Skirt
Discussing the trendiest fashion occurrence? Alexandre Vauthier won’t miss a step either! During the Fall 2019 Couture show, the lady graced the runway in a metallic bubble skirt with a pinch of lavender bringing together two bold fashion statements and marrying them with pure grace.
Photo credits: Buro Website
We believe it’s time that you explore the unusual sensibilities of the fashion sweetheart residing within you by catching up with this distinct bubble-y trend.
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