Thursday, 13 June 2013

Womens Formal Pant Suits

Womens Formal Pant Suits Biography

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Formal pantsuits have taken the world by storm and given women a few choices they love. In days gone by, when women were invited to formal occasions it meant one thing and one thing only - shopping for a formal dress, shoes and possibly a shawl or evening coat. Today those problems are a thing of the past, thanks to the style revolution that has happened in the fashion world. With designers realizing how important formal pantsuits are to women, they are outdoing each other each season with stunning styles.

Although there are many that do not consider pants or pantsuits to be formal wear, there can be no doubt that ladies evening suits such as those created by famous designers like Lagerfeld, Lauren, and Armani are bona fide formal wear by anyone's standards.

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The major difference between business pant suits and formal pantsuits is not really the style or in the cut of the suit, as that should always be good; the difference is in the fabric that is used. Formal suits are usually made from much more luxurious materials, such as silk, satin, and velvet, or a combination of fabrics. The look and feel of formal suits is always comfort and luxury, no matter the material or the cut. It was, after all, Coco Chanel, the woman who revolutionized women's fashion whose motto was "Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury!"

When one dresses formally, one wants to feel good and look good and to feel as though everyone else is of the same mind. One way to make sure of that is to invest in a female tuxedo. This style was originally launched in the late 1960s by Yves Saint Laurent, and was known as his signature silhouette - Le Smoking was the ultimate in feminine cl[censored] and luxury, and the first female tuxedo ever. It was also really the first time that the world sat up and took notice, and realized that female pant suits were here to stay!

Formal pantsuits for the 2011/2012 Fall Season have reverted to a combination of the wonderful nostalgic Art Deco era and the 1970s, and have definitely taken their lead from the strong yet feminine Le Smoking. The pants are high-waisted and flared, or tailored and straight-legged; the waistcoats and jackets are fitted; the colours range from sultry and smoky dark greys and blacks to romantic whites.

Some of the modern pantsuits are not the original "pants and jackets of the same material and color" genre anymore, but feature separates that make stunning suits when put together. From luxurious velvet wrap smoking jackets, silk and satin tuxedo jackets, glossy smoking jackets, pinstripe jackets, and silk shantung smoking jackets, the feel is one of ultimate luxury. Pair any of these jackets with black sable tuxedo pants, a pair of striped black jodhpurs, or a pair of black velvet pants and a stark white open-neck shirt and you have an outfit of note. These formal pant suits should be a permanent feature in every woman's wardrobe.
Womens Formal Pant Suits

Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits
Womens Formal Pant Suits

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