American Indian motives in clothes

American Indian motives in clothes

At the beginning of the twentieth century, being released from corsets, the lady wanted to receive freedom and independence. In 1916 the brand of Etam was born together with this lady, "modern" which will develop within decades. Provocative images in the 20th, in the 70th natural, triumphing in the 80th … Small victories of ladies made the history Etam. Collections of brand possess charm and extreme authenticity.

The Etam clothes are calculated on the young cheeful lady who aspires to put on stylishly and comfortably to a descent. Feminity, softness and elegance, also availability in the prices are the main components of success Etam. The management of the company chose as an embodiment of own style Russian model Natalia Vodianova cooperation with which lasts since 2009. The supermodel is not only the person of a brand, well and his designer. Natalia does for Etam of a collection of bathing suits and underwear.

In this season the brand introduced spirit of a spontaneity of American Indian tribes in clothes of the western girl. Navajos of Trend are national drawings, woolen fabrics, a poncho and warm capes.

The long knitted cardigan with a demountable hood – an integral part of an autumn and winter look. Carry it in the afternoon?? or in the evening: wool and fur – simply shock combination anti-cold.

Poncho – the next hit. Color dairy, coffee or natural wool. Thanks to breed, it absolutely will protect you from cold. Choose length suitable you: the poncho can be small, to a waist, average length, to the foot middle, or the most winter option – below a knee with a traditional American Indian fringe.

To such look the corresponding bag is necessary also. The squared model from the beige and black skin, sewed in the scrappy equipment applied by the Navajo will approach.

American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes
American Indian motives in clothes