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Elegant looks February 2023

Despite February being a very cold month, there are many outfits you can create to look elegant and appropriate for formal situations.

It is very easy to have a refined and elegant style, all you must do is choose the right outfits and create the right combinations of colours and fabrics.

Therefore, we are giving you a few tips to follow to wear the perfect elegant look for your special occasions!

As a first outfit, we recommend wearing a dress and décolletés. For example, the dress is a longuette model with pleats on the shoulders and a slit on the thigh, in solid black, and the décolletés are in leopard suede, with leather soles, black rubber, dark brown leather lining and a 7 cm heel, like item Caroline 5500 in the leopard version by Luca Grossi.

The second combination can be created with trousers, a top and loafers. The trousers are a tailored model, straight, high-waisted, with stitching on the front in a solid beige colour, the top has bare shoulders and applied rhinestones, in black, and the loafers are in black leather embellished with a black varnished accessory with a black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and a 4 cm heel, like item Aaliyah 026 in the black version by Luca Grossi.

Another look we propose is composed of a skirt, a jumper, and loafers. The skirt is a pleated midi skirt with a pattern in shades of teal, the jumper has laces and a matching collar, in a solid black colour, and the loafers are made of black calfskin, black leather sole and leather lining, with a platinum-coloured accessory and a 6 cm heel, like item Cassandra 544 in the black version by Luca Grossi.

Finally, we recommend you wear leggings, a shirt dress, and loafers. The leggings are in black leather, the shirt dress is long-sleeved, with buttons on the front, in a textured chocolate colour, and the loafers are in leopard-coloured suede embellished with a brown varnished chain accessory, with a black leather sole, leather lining and 1.5 cm heel, like item Agnese 294 in the leopard-coloured version by Luca Grossi.