The spring summer 2021 fashion according to Miu Miu is bright and super colorful like the skirts in the collection
There Swinging London at the end of the 60s he meets the 90’s Milanese glamor record in Miu Miu spring-summer 2021 collection, hymn to one joie de vivre adolescent that brings color and light into the gloom of the pandemic. Rigorous in the cut but whimsical in the décor, the seasonal garments are an explosion of bright shades, from shocking pink to fluorescent orange, through psychedelic lime green and a vibrant canary yellow.
The skirts in particular they catch the eye, thanks to a stroboscopic design that alternates inserts of plexiglas, sequin is crystals in an intricate geometric design. Rhombuses, triangles and squares weave an optical illusion of perspective and three-dimensionality, giving life to plays of light worthy of a Dancing Queen of New York clubs. The silhouette is short, trapezoid, embraces the hips and then opens like a bell, to accompany itself to belt and coordinated mini bags.
The proposed combination is also playful: Polo shirt in striped printed cotton juxtapose contrasting colors to create a stunning color while heeled sneakers in metallic leather are the icing on this extravagant cake. The addition of these sporty elements balances the whole, which is whimsical but surprisingly versatile.
For those who want to dare wearing them during the day, the wardrobe offers a simple soft and light white t-shirt, with a high cuissard or knee-high boot, with a pair of sneakers or a comfortable amphibian, to be replaced with flat sandals and espadrilles when the heat arrives. For the evening, the crop top and heel emphasize the sparkling potential of the skirt, which goes perfectly with a high sandal and a bralette. Bringing us back to a mood between the Sixties and the linearity of the 70s, the Miu Miu skirts are among the most interesting items of fashion spring summer 2021, an invitation to have fun and to rediscover a style confidence that veers from the basic towards excess, reminding us that dressing is not an obligation, but a pleasure.