Clothes that celebrities wear are an inspiration for women. Designers have also been inspired by clothing from different eras to create the clothes that we wear. This post is about the influences that this piece of cloth had for the designer.
This tunic top worn by Lucy Watsons reminds me of the Egyptian Era where women used simple tunics. The designer of this garment also got other elements to place that include the glittering of the sequin top. The Egyptian era was full of characterised by lots of jewellery and sparkly items. Egyptian clothes were made out of light materials and women worn sleeveless attire that would suit the hot temperatures of the location. The 2 shades of colours suggest a similarity to a kalasiris that were the most popular and simple dresses of the era. According to Wikipiedia beading or feathers were also used as an embellishment on the dress and the dresses were held up by one or two straps. This top is not a dress but resembles a dress of those times. This piece is sexy but conservative, in those days clothes for women were not very daring. The model is not wearing as much jewellery as they would use in those days she adds her own style wearing that big ring and glittering clutch.