Pucci Love Print Shift Dress, at Net-a-Porter
Since 1947 when Emilio Pucci was approached by a Harper’s Bazaar photographer who asked him to design skiwear for a story in 1948’s winter edition of Bazzar, to the enormous hit of his couture house, which opened in 1950 on the Isle of Capri, fashionistas everywhere have been following the Pucci style religiously. The Pucci style is known for the use of bright colours and bold patterns.
Today, the Pucci style is hotter than ever. Try getting the real thing, because a fashion-savvy person can always tell the difference between the authentic design and the copy-cat. In an authentic Pucci design, the colors clash very tastefully.
But if you’re on a budget, try the vintage route, or just buy a scarf which you can pair with everything. It is a great investment that you’ll wear many-many seasons and years to come.