Spring is about to officially come into our lives and, of course, to our wardrobe. An ideal opportunity to start thinking about the next outfits for this new season, as you have already done Vicky Martin Berrocal.The fashion designer has fallen in love with a perfect proposal for this halftime that we started living in most of Spain. A fully topical ensemble where the great protagonist is her denim shirt from Zara.
Despite having been forgotten for a few years, this type of clothing come back strong to our outfits. The reasons are very varied although, being between the main positive points of this type of design, we must highlight its versatility.
It is a perfect piece to wear with all kinds of sets, either as a traditional shirt (combined with pants or skirts) or facing the summer as a thin jacket to put on dresses, shirts or tops.
However, as our own corroborates Vicky Martin Berrocal, This creation is fantastic to give a very modern touch to any style. The secret is to combine it with a total denim look. Betting on one of key trends of the moment, as recommended by the designer or publisher of the Inditex firm.
Unfortunately, we don’t know which model it is in particular Vicky’s design, although for its details and seams we are almost sure that it is this denim shirt that we see in the image.
For sale for only 20 euros, differs slightly from the tonality that we see in the designer’s image, but perhaps it is a color change produced by the light of photography. Although, beyond those nuances, we are clear that we love it.
The details of its front pockets, its seams in the collarbone area classic cowboy style or its rounded finish are some of the aspects that we like the most in this proposal of Zara.
Without forgetting either one of the aspects that is most important to us. Leaving aside how good the figure feelsWe must emphasize that this shirt is made with around 65% of organic cotton.
The Join Life program. Care for Fiber from the Inditex firm helps protect biodiversity of crops with actions such as the rotation of plantations or the use of natural fertilizers. Being this cowboy shirt from Zara perfect proof that original, affordable and increasingly sustainable garments can be made.