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Look with Décolleté October 2020

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Look with Décolleté October 2020

The décolleté as we all know are the women’s shoes par excellence, a woman certainly has at least one pair in her shoe rack.

Also for this new Fall Winter 2020-2021 season the décolleté are the center of attention, let’s see together what looks we can create together with the décolleté by Alexandra Voltan in this October 2020.

The first look we have designed for you is a casual look that can also be worn during the day, it is a look made up of jeans, blouse and décolleté. For example, we can choose to wear a classic skinny-style denim jeans, a plain white blouse with a ruffled collar and midnight blue details, and finally finish the look with a décolleté with a midi heel, in patent leather, like the item AV717 in the blue version by Alexandra Voltan.

The second look we propose is a more formal look and is made up of cigarette trousers, shirt, blazer and décolleté. An example? We can choose sand-colored cigarette trousers, a plain burgundy-colored classic shirt, a plain brown-colored double-breasted blazer and finally a high-heeled décolleté, in patent leather, like the item AV715 in the red version by Alexandra Voltan.

The third look we have designed for you is a classic look consisting of a sheath dress and décolleté. An always fashionable look, which we can consider a passe pour tout, the combination of décolleté and sheath dress. For example, we can choose to combine a classic plain black sheath dress, of medium length, with a patent leather décolleté with a midi heel, such as the item AV717 in the red version by Alexandra Voltan.

The fourth, and last, look is an elegant and romantic look made up of a dress and décolleté. For a special and elegant occasion we can opt for a solid gold color dress of medium length, gathered and with long balloon sleeves, and combine it with a particular and elegant décolleté like the item AV654 by Alexandra Voltan.

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