of the top
To best flatter your silhouette,
wear it with slim trousers. Forget masculine pants; they take attention away from the volume of the garment.
For a real city professional look, team this with ankle boots. Calf or knee high boots grab too much attention and detract from the stunning top.
If you are creative in a professional way, wearing this with sneakers will spring to mind. Go for it. With simple footwear you will focus the eye on the garment, but with chunkier sneakers you will boost the whole look to a funkier level.
For a lady-like look,
wear a flat shoe or pump, even moccasins.
For a “grungy” look,
dig out your Oxfords.
Keep it light, the less the better. Frame your look with mascara on the upper lashes, and if you need more definition, use a grey kohl.
Hairstyle: The linearity of this garment begs you to expose your neck and set it free; my recommendation would be either to go for a middle to high undo, whatever you fancy – a ponytail, a bun or a messy chignon… a loose hairdo will add strength to your style. What matters is that your neck and your hairstyle work together to play a role within the same stylish look.
Why not with a skirt?
The top is like a painting and as such it needs to shine so it needs a clean and linear space. A skirt has a profile that is too wide for this look and would confuse the flow of your silhouette.
Why have I designed it?
The cast sketch outlines your body like a fluid. Laterals are stitched to skim the waistline, suggesting and implying but not constricting around the hips.
Agnés Sunyer quality certificate: The fabric used in this garment has been manufactured specifically for the brand by a sustainable workshop, where professionals have a decent salary.