Style Fashion > Dolce And Gabbana Womenswear > Contemporary tailoring, when leather becomes sartorial Date posted: January 25, 2012

Contemporary tailoring, when leather becomes sartorial

The world which revolves around the office is changing, and with that so is the dress code. With offices becoming increasingly less “stuffy” environments, office wear is adapting. Dolce&Gabbana have a fantastic understanding of what the young professionals want to wear, both at work and at play.

 For SS12, Dolce&Gabbana have updated the suit with a novel look: the leather jacket. In essence, the trousers and vest remain classic, with modern twists such as a dropped crotch, for a more comfortable and young fit, while the blazer is replaced by a leather jacket.

 The look is versatile, the leather jacket works both in a classic silhouette and in a newer version, more similar to a cardigan, with a V-neck. With the office ambiance changing, colour can be introduced into the wardrobe, and there’s no better way to do it than with a jewel hued leather jacket.

 For the more classic young professional, or for the occasions which command a traditional suit, why not opt for a one button Gold suit, with thin notched lapels. To hone in on the trend and add a hint of colour choose a chocolate or indigo/purple hue with a contrasting thin tie.

 The environment around the office is changing, the dress code and also technology used for work. With a huge variation and constant updating of essential gizmos, the covers and holders are becoming increasingly important and can become a way to make a statement.

 The Dolce&Gabbana e boutique and Swide have joined forces. The fashion desk here at Swide has taken charge of the e commerce homepage and will regularly create visually enticing, informative and generally lush edits explaining the merchandise on the Dolce&Gabbana e boutique.

 Swide is an ever-expanding creative force, always on the look out for new challenges and ways to channel our inventive drive.

Have a look through our restyled e boutique for more contemporary tailoring tips.

Written by: Valentina Zannoni

Credits: Dolce&Gabbana

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