Grecian Style

It’s my favorite time of the year again: spring! There is absolutely nothing better than spring fashion. New ideas, new inspirations, and fabulous fashion! It’s a time to re-invent ourselves as well as our closets. Out with the old and in with the new, I always say. This spring, invite graceful, feminine items into your closet and you’ll see how wonderful this season can be with just the right style!

Grecian clothing has been around for years and years, but only until recently, did this style become a fashion staple. Obviously, the Grecian style of clothing is inspired by none other than Greece itself. The laid back people, the incredible scenery, and the laissez-faire attitude of everything around you, inspires this style to be nothing more than that: beautiful, simple, and graceful.

No bright colored bangles, no screaming patent purses, and no sparkly tops. Grecian style is all about being demure, while being feminine and delicate. Keep the fabric featherweight and the shade neutral – it’s as simple as that. So there’s no need to run around the entire city to find this style, you simply make it your own! Find whatever looks feminine and graceful on you. And of course the two most import thing – the fabric and the color!

Probably the most popular Grecian fashion item is the Grecian draped dress. The draper provides plenty of visual drama, hugging all of your right curves! This style is very lightweight and feathery, so it won’t cling to you or look too baggy. Find out what your Grecian style is with these fabulous Grecian pieces!

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3 thoughts on “Grecian Style

  1. Ariel

    I just stumbled across this site, and I was sondering if you can recall where you found the first and last dresses in this post. I really love the blue dress. Thanks!

  2. Aniela Post author

    Hi Ariel,

    The blue dress is an Alberta Ferretti, and you can get it for really cheap ( about $300, since it is a thousand dollar dress) from CompareStorePrices. Here’s the link:

    The white dress I found on ASOS and it looks like it’s out of stock unfortunately, but here’s the link anyways!

  3. Kayleigh taundry

    Its my party in a couplke of weeks and have a mik coloured dress which is very grecian and has sequin butterflies on the boob part, i was wondering if you know of any peep toe shoes which would go with the dress in a beige, cream, or nude

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