Reblogged: Rossella Migliaccio: Style tips by the image consultant
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She is one of the most famous image consultants in Italy, a style expert who, according to your figure, season and trends of the moment, is able to create the perfect look for you. Not only for a special occasion, but also for the everyday life.
Rossella Migliaccio has, in fact, become a prominent personality in the field thanks to her remarkable skills. Fashion is her world, colors her universe. Born in Naples and raised in Milan, she is deeply connected to the beauty and culture of Italy but incarnates an international spirit. In fact, after graduating from the Bocconi University, she started her career, as well as in the Lombard capital, also around Europe and especially in London where she officially became an image consultant. Since then, she had her first important customers, the position as a lecturer in academies and teaching institutions, until the creation of the Italian Image Institute, the first institute in our country entirely dedicated to this discipline.
Rossella is therefore the right person to give advice about style and outfits. We interviewed her to find out everything about the new trends and how to flaunt them.
If we ask her what the summer must-have will be, she will answer “the long dress will be back, but in a high waisted version, which will give a more elongated silhouette even without the use of challenging high heels”.
However, if you have any doubts about chromatic combinations, Rossella gives us an example starting from a vibrant color bag paired in three different ways: “in a colour block effect, perfectly coordinated to the dress, with total white, which is always a strong trend in the summer or with complementary colors”.
Still in terms of accessories, she underlines that sometimes a detail can really make a difference. For example, for the evening, she suggests a head band, “a beautiful element to enhance long hair or, equally, to create the perfect short hairstyle”. While “for a special occasion or simply to follow spring trends”, she reveals that “lingerie will be on sight. Nothing too flashy, just a little hem peeking through a T-shirt or sweater”.
Finally, those looking for something original for their everyday look, can focus on a north European, clean and minimal style, “casual and effortless, for an everyday look with an extra twist of personality. The color palette remains subtle but focuses on pastel shades and becomes more romantic and feminine. Perhaps with some extra quirk like a bow or unique patterns”.