While surfing for writing inspiration, I happened to stumble upon the vintage designs of Italian designer Alberta Ferreti’s Spring 2016 Limited Edition Vintage Collection. If the pictures in this blog post doesn’t make you want to go out and seek any one of the beautifully, designed pieces ahead then I really don’t know what will. Check out the amazing collection below. Here you will find luxurious dresses, beautifully stitched pieces that further empower the Femme Fatal in any female.
Isn’t this dress amazing …I would love to have this picture just to frame it and look at it in my bedroom. So beautiful!
For all the black lovers of the world…eat your heart out!
Thoughts on this coat? I love the embroidery!
This coat is just stunning, I am so enamored by the amazing animal print!
What a beautiful dress but feast your eyes on that snake belt and the shoes…daring!
And naturally there has to be a dress to go along with that stunning coat you just saw above!
This dress is made for a goddess, don’t you think so?
Don’t like the long dresses, heres a short one and its in all black too!
Look at this beautiful masterpiece! Viva la roaring 20’s!
Beautiful swirl patterns and sparkly rose color lines make this dress a beauty!
This could be a vintage wedding dress, no?
If you like lace here is an amazing dress thats classic 1920’s!
This takes that little black dress to a whole new level!
Love all the embroidery on this pant suit as it makes this outfit look rich and sexy!
Last but not least, this stunningly embroidered wine colored dress. I love this color and the top part of it as it makes the dress look so chic.
I love the look of the 1920’s and that whole flapper movement. It was one of those era’s that I wish would be revived somehow. The dresses, headbands with feathers in them, short pixie cuts, and the glitz and glam were all the rage in that era. I would have loved to be a fly on the walls of the ballrooms in order to get a first perspective on what it was like to live in that part of history. Sadly that will never happen but seeing Alberta’s designs brought me to that place in time and I appreciate that.
I really think that Alberta Ferretti did an amazing job at capturing that essence of this movement in a fashion form. Well done Alberta Ferretti, can’t wait to see what you have in store for us next season! Arrivederci!!