Marissa Webb Resort 2018: Femininity With An Edge

Marissa Webb is the epitome of her woman. She created her Resort 2018 collection for herself and a trip to Tulum, Mexico. “I needed a holiday, and I had resort in my head. I want to go to Tulum. It’s very low-key and no fuss. I thought that was perfect,” Webb said So we saw Marissa show an amazing collection that mixed menswear with military style with femininity. One of the biggest trends of the moment is manipulating men’s shirting into ruffled blouses and origami styled dresses, and Marissa definitely hit all of those boxes. I love a good menswear inspired look with a feminine twist and I from the off the shoulder trench suit (that was very Monse-esque) to the floral off the shoulder blouse paired with army green military inspired pants there was no lack of elevated menswear inspiration. When it comes to the focus of Marissa Webb we don’t see a whole lot of the label on the red carpet. The looks from this collection are much more destined for the likes of Instagram and blogs on the backs of street style influencers than on the backs of celebrities for red carpet appearances. Now that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t love to see stars embrace the label for events or street style appearances. Stars like Miranda Kerr, Reese Witherspoon, Lea Michele, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Vanessa Hudgens, Demi Lovato, Cheryl Cole, Anna Kendrick, Yara Shahidi, Rowan Blanchard, Chrissy Teigan, Bella Hadid, Alessandra Ambrosio, Olivia Culpo, Elle Fanning, Chanel Iman, Gwen Stefani, Kendall Jenner, Skai Jackson, Taylor Swift, and Jaime King.



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