So it’s Sunday and all my ladies out there wonder what you should wear for church?

You want to dress to impress but not overdo it. You wanna look feminine, decent but yet fashionable?

Here are my picks for you!

Hope that helps so you get an idea of what Sunday classy church looks should be like!

Precise tailoring and stunning, body-skimming cuts are Posen’s offerings for the new season. The earth toned dress and the bondage inspired black dress in duchess satin skirt and delicate see through shirt which has an intriguingly ‘Noir’ cinematic quality are simply wonderful!

Zac Posen at New York Fashion Week 

The clothes didn’t seem influenced just by the city, but  America, as a whole, “West coast ease meets east coast edge”. Certainly that floating, effervescence was the California ease bohemian and lissom. Over it, there were crisply tailored blazers matched with long skirts, Ms. Karan uses dark blue and pink combined with big hats and platforms at the same colour.

DKNY at New York Fashion Week

The first that she’s put on since the royal wedding and only the third since she took over as creative director after Lee McQueen’s death, this show by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen was yet another brilliant display of everything he taught her and everything she’s done with it. The corsetry, the tailoring and even the expertly lace-bound heads – which graduated later to masks of clustered shells that rendered faces featureless – all typified McQueen, even the narrow skirts pulled in tight under shapely, moulded jackets.Lavender and the prettiness of pale pink are the colours we see.

Alexander McQueen at Paris Fashion Week

Poetic but modern, extraordinarily light but with a sense of wearability and really, really pretty.The girls wore flat, sparkling sandals that match the gowns.The angelic dresses in nude and cream  – then blue, were innocent in shape with lace patterns applied to fine linen or chiffon.

Valentino at Paris Fashion Week

Karl Lagerfeld once again surpassed himself with the set! Pearlised tweed suits with full skirts and jackets cut shoulder-blade high at the back to show off pearl-studded spines,and flat soled metallic silver booties with pearl belts accessorize the outfits. White, nude, cream, pink and green are the colours starring.

Chanel at Paris Fashion Week
Chanel at Paris Fashion Week

The entire collection oozed Versace sex appeal and the glossiest, poutiest glamour imaginable.Mini dresses came with a curtain of gently pleated chiffon over one shoulder to soften the look. The girls teetered on huge Perspex platforms looking like a “Malibu Barbie”.

Versace at Milan Fashion Week

Karl Lagerfeld took Fendi woman back to the early Sixties doldrums, giving an injection of Fendi sparkle.Cotton dress that had pleated apron fronts in washed out red or came in blue and white stripes with buttoned up collar.The fly-eye shades and cotton jacket, match the full skirts beneath them, suggesting no nonsense chic and absolute confidence.

Fendi at Milan Fashion Week

Clean lines, geometry, asymmetric cuts.Waists were encased in thick metallic cases, with fluid drapes to form dresses above them. Collars were off kilter and seemingly not attached to anything at all. Colour-wise dresses in white and nude.

Gianfranco Ferré at Milan Fashion Week

Far more refined than the last couple of seasons, this was colourful, feminine and fun.The scarves, in bright swirls of pink and green, yellow, gold, turquoise, orange and yellow, were gathered around the body into ruched mini dresses, worn on top of each other for billowing layered dresses, wrapped around block heels and tied at the ankle.

D&G at Milan Fashion Week

Virtuous white skirt with blazer made of eyelet lace.

Oscar de la Renta at New York Fashion Week

Full skirt and boat-necked, collarless top with chain belt over it.

Christian Dior at Paris Fashion Week

The vast majority of the collection was clean monochrome.The lack of colour was all the better to see the supreme quality of these clothes.Armani dresses women who like to spend their money well.The girl wears a white boater with a wide black ribbon, as if to tidy her still-wet crisp white blonde bob, and the bag – big and white, transparent plastic bracelets and Perspex transparent wedges.White and black is the combination.

Emporio Armani at Milan Fashion Week

Christopher Kane, the Versus secret weapon now for the last five seasons, uses super light shades of lilac and pink. The shape is simple and functional and entirely in-keeping with his athletic theme.

Versus at Milan Fashion Week

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