Paquito is a made-in-Italy, ready-to-wear B2B brand born during 1970s and based in Bologna (Italy).
Its style is unique and unmistakable, while always being at the pace of the times and dynamic. The brand’s style is expressed throughout all its collections, and it is also characterized by premium quality products.
But now, let’s see some of the next trends by Paquito SS20.
The summer ethnical style has stood the test of time; it’s a style characterised by multiple colours, especially those linked to the earth, warm nuances (red, yellow, brown, etc.).
In the photo, a sleeveless dress straight down to the ankle, with a fantasy pattern in white, black, brown and yellow. A perfect dress for a daytime outfit to be matched to a straw hat and low-heeled sandal with a leather-colour wedge.
Stripes, especially those vertical stripes which were already so fashionable during last summer, are another “must have” for the next ss20.
In this case, we can find slim-fit pants in black, white and brown stripes.
For a daytime look, pants are ideal to be matched (like in the photo) to a white top and nude sandal; for the evening outfit, it can be combined with a black-band top and heeled or nude wedge shoes.
Whether they are on the back side of a jacket or at the bottom of a dress or, like in the photo, on a gilet, fringes recall the cowboy’s style, a wild style which has been so trendy during the last year!
In the photo, a white gilet with fringes and studs, to be matched to a white vest and soft pants in brown nuances – an ideal look for the daytime.
4. Shirt dress
A simple, easily matchable dress, particularly suitable for the summer thanks to its light, varied fabrics and softness.
In the photo, a linen, sleeveless and mid-calf length shirt dress in red with collar and front buttons.
For a daytime outfit, the dress is perfect when matched to a low-heeled sandal and straw bag; for the evening, it can be worn with a belt at the waist and a wedge shoe in dark nuances.
As we all know it very well, the Seventies’ style is a popular trend of the current Spring-Summer: we can indeed find different cuts and fantasy patterns that have marked that decade.
In the photo, a long sheath dress down to the knee, sleeveless and in brown hues with a micro fantasy pattern.
For a daytime look, it is perfect to be matched to a clear, low-heeled sandal and silver-clad accessories; in the evening, it can become a perfect outfit when matched to an ‘open toe and accessories in gold.
Edited by Roberto Orru’