Fashion New Season Trend- I am so ready for Bordeaux this Autumn!
Give your look a new season spin with Bordeaux color clothes or accessories, be inspired by amazing burgundy photos and collages! Until now more commonly used to characterize the color of wines from Bordeaux than to update an ensemble, the color Bordeaux will complete the color palette this season.
This return to grace owes a lot to the current 70s nostalgia, and gives our fall season looks a more pertinent finish. Renew your wardrobe with a dash of Bordeaux color! Choose a trendy Bordeaux collarless coat or a Bordeaux cigarette skirt with a silk polka dot blouse or just a Bordeaux t-shirt over black skinny jeans and ankle boots and…. you are fashionable and stylish!
Have a look at the endless combinations and add a touch of Renaissance glamour to your outfits! From Burgundy to Bordeaux in…shoes, clothes and handbags!
Bordeaux is a port city on the Garonne River in southwest France and is the world’s major wine industry capital. It is home to the world’s main wine fair, Vinexpo, while the wine economy in the metro area moves 14.5 billion euros each year. Bordeaux wine has been produced in the region since the 8th century and the color of the wine is synonymous to a perfect shade of red ever since!
Just in case you are wondering what the best Bordeaux wines are, I asked my father and he gave me the top seven Bordeaux wine list. After all it is a wine in a very fashionable color shade! They are very expensive wines with prices usually ranging between 1,000 – 6,000 euro depending on the year of production.
1. Château Lafite : A 1787 Chateau Lafite according to The Guinness Book of World Records is the world’s most expensive bottle of wine
2. Château Mouton Rothschild
3. Château Margaux
4. Château Latour
5. Cheval Blanc
6. Château Ausone
Once limited to priestly robes, this color, ranging from bordeaux to burgundy, broke out of its Episcopal shell again in 2010 in order to transform itself into tints that can be chic and glamorous or edgy and casual. In the Winter Collections 2011-2012 of famous brands like Fendi, Gucci and Marc Jacobs we find traces of it headed in diverse adorable directions.
However, the bordeaux looks can also be extremely retro and deliciously cozy when worn head-to-toe! A bordeaux blazer goes perfectly well with faded flare jeans; a burgundy pullover with a straight-cut skirt in camel leather; and a wine shirt with a licorice 3/4 pant. The accessories of the season can also take on the red wine colors.
I am ready for Bordeaux this season!
One of my favorite presents my mother gave me, she used this amazing bordeaux crocodile beauty case when women where still flying holding cosmetic bags full of little bottles with liquids…