Alessandra Ambrosio to wear the Fall 2017 RTW Collections

From the beginning of the year Alessandra Ambrosio has been killing her red carpet and street style moments and I am really excited to see what the rest of the year has in store for her. The Victoria’s Secret model has delivered uber glamorous looks so far, that aren’t overtly sexy. That is perfect because Alessandra doesn’t need Balmain micro mini dresses to exude sexy appeal and she knows it. One label that I usually love to see Alessandra wearing on the red carpet is David Koma. The designer knows how to do modern and sexy so well, but still in a tasteful way. There were a few looks from the David Koma Fall 2017 RTW collection that I could picture Alessandra wearing on the red carpet but it was this rich blue embellished ribbon cutout dress which features a flared hem and front panel slit that really screamed Ale the most to me. The chic sophistication meshed with the modern sex appeal of this dress would make it a perfect look for Alessandra to wear on the red carpet. I wanted to feature wishes for all aspects of Alessandra’s style and her street style has been really on point recently and I am excited to see what more she can bring to the sidewalk runways in the future. I can totally see Alessandra hitting the streets wearing this bold printed Etro Fall 2017 RTW dress which features a plunging v-neckline, three quarter sleeves, and a maxi skirt. and a wide embroidered belt to define the waist. This is totally a look Alessandra would wear out in LA running from meeting to meeting paired with a wide brimmed fedora, a pair of chic sandals, aviator sunglasses, and a chic tile orange Chloe ‘Faye’ bag to really turn this into a really major street style moment. Alessandra wore a few Michael Kors looks last year for the Cannes Film Festival and the CFDA Awards, and they were among some of her best looks of the year. I would imagine that there will be a few Ambrosio/Kors moments on the red carpet again this year. I will bet that most are going to be custom gowns, but there was a look from the labels most recent collection that I would most want to see Alessandra rock on a red carpet. This gold leopard Michael Kors Fall 2017 RTW ensemble which features an oversized fil coupe blouse and a metallic draped sarong skirt is totally sexy and I know that Alessandra would really work this look on a red carpet to it’s full potential. The look is glam but casual enough for a luncheon type event.There is some confusion over whether the Ralph Lauren collection seen during New York Fashion Week was a spring collection or a fall collection. Back in September 2016 Ralph showed a see now buy now Fall 2016 collection, and under most magazine websites it was labeled as a Fall 2016 collection. His collection presented in February has been labels Spring by Vogue, but almost all other magazines labeled it as Fall and Moda Operandi labeled their private trunk show of the collection as Fall 2017. I honestly don’t care too much, I am really excited to see some of the looks from this collection on the red carpet. This one shoulder draped goddess lilac gown would be absolutely gorgeous on Alessandra. Not all of her red carpet moments are fitted and textbook sexy so I think that Ale would ensure that it is a sultry moment on the red carpet. It wouldn’t be a wish list for Alessandra if I didn’t feature some sort of Versace moment for her to wear (especially since I didn’t pick anything from Balmain for her.) I went with the finale moment from the Versace Fall 2017 RTW collection. There were many potential moments from the whole collection that I can see Alessandra wearing but I think that this finale look that is expertly draped dress and features ombre Swarovski crystal details, cold shoulders, a stomach cutout, long sleeves, and a sexy split is the look that I most want to see her rocking on the red carpet. The dress is sexy and glamorous and I know that all the details of this dress would just make for the most amazing red carpet moment. It would be definitely a shine bright like a diamond moment for Alessandra.




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