Spanish beauty Nieves Alvarez shined in six stunning outfits over the weekend as she hosted her show ‘Solo Moda’.
Her first look, a sleeveless, v-neck Vionnet Resort 2013 dress, is right on-trend with its color blocking, and is the perfect choice for the stunning model and host to show-off her enviable décolletage and legs. The peep toe, ankle-strapped Jimmy Choo sandals are subtle enough not to compete with the dress’s statement-making colors.
Sticking with the Vionnet Resort 2013 collection, her second look was a chic, ankle-grazing pantsuit. The key to a successful suit is the tailoring, and this is tailored perfectly to fit her body. The sky-high, orange Oscar de la Renta sandals give the black and white ensemble the perfect finishing pop of color.
Her final look of the first day is a simple, flowing Vionnet Resort 2013 dress with a similar shape to the first. The knee-grazing, tulip-shaped skirt looks both effortless and chic at once, and she once again turns to her shoes–peach Christian Louboutin sandals–to get a little punch of color interest.
On Sunday’s show, the parade of stunning fashions continued.
Her Alfredo Villalba brocade-detailed dress combines two Spring trends–florals and blue–and the form-fitting, three-quarter sleeved shape accents the former model’s statuesque posture. And following her weekend trend, she got that final accent pop of color from her orange Christian Louboutin pumps.
Her one-shoulder Ralph & Russo cape dress and turquoise Christian Louboutin sandals are the perfect pair, both with sold colors that let the interesting structure of both the dress and shoes take center stage. Luby & Lemerald rings are the icing on the cake.
Her final look is a chartreuse Gucci Spring 2013 ensemble. The plunging neckline is low enough to be visually intriguing, but isn’t wide enough to be vulgar on television, and the long-sleeves-plus-shorts combo is modern and fresh. Her aqua Christian Louboutin sandals might seem a surprising color choice, but here again, Nieves proves that she is the queen of the accent shoe, and achieves a subtle color-blocked effect by choosing such a bold shoe with this outfit.
With six such striking ensembles, it’s hard to choose a favorite, though I am leaning toward the Alfredo Villalba. Let me know which look you think takes the ‘prize’!