Welcome to the stunning, magnificently baroque world of Balmain F12 collection, the bold square shouldered silhouette, combined with decadent materials and a feeling of being smothered in Faberge eggs leave you feeling over indulged in the very best sense.
The house' consistently cool rule of legs OR décolletage still stands for the Balmain stamp of approval and they have once again inspired my entire silhouette for the season!
Those soft, beautifully coloured leather jackets cant help but be an instant hit, along with the pearl embellished lattice patterns clinging to all manners of velvet and suede.
I have included a little bonus content for you guys at the bottom, showing some beautiful faberge eggs which strongly influenced this collection. They are so beautiful and have a rich and controversial history that i will be sure to share with you at a later date!!
Enjoy and happy Sunday <3 p="p">3>
That jacket <3 p="p">3>
I would like this top/ coat very much
How i love this entire outfit <3 p="p">3>
Love it, definitely trying this one at home
The eggs of all eggs to follow...
'The mosaic Egg'
'The Rothchilds Egg'
'The Birch Egg'
'Basket of wildflowers Egg'
'The Alexander Palace Egg'
'The Peacock Egg'
The peacock comes out of the egg and can be wound up so it walks around!
'The Pansy Egg'
'The 12 Monograms Egg'
'The winter Egg'
'The Rosebud Egg'
'The Standart Yacht Egg'
'The lilly of the valley Egg'
'The Trans Siberian Railway Egg'
'The Bay Tree Egg'
A little diamond bird comes out of a hole in the top, to much?
Never according to the guys as all of the eggs are made out of precious jewels, metals, diamonds and pearls and go for around €10,000,000, and were made exclusively as gifts for russian royalty.
Quite possibly the most extravagant and ostentatious thing i will ever blog about, however aren't they lovely?
I hope you enjoyed reading this post as much as i enjoyed putting it together