The new season is just around the corner, and Chiquinquirá Delgado is going into spring in style. The celeb is a total lady in pink, thanks to this tailored suit which highlights her complexion and merges perfectly with the floral background.
Combining some of the current fashion trends, this snapshot proves - just in case there was any doubt - that the Venezuelan knows how to put together elegant and ultra feminine looks exceptionally well, with a hint of sexiness that always ensures she gets thousands of likes on her social media accounts.
An empowered woman
Perfectly mastering the roles of actress, model, mother and business owner, Chiqui often has the challenge of needing to change outfits several times in one day; but the host of dance show Mira Quién Baila manages to stick to the fashion classics every time.
The clever combination of this pastel tone, fitted suit, with one of the most popular bags of the moment - the Dior Saddle Bag - is the key to this success. What more do you need to stand out, and dazzle the world?
The feminine, tailored suit
This item of clothing, unified in concept but essentially made up of two pieces - jacket and trousers - was a transgressive move at first; but now it is seen as one of the best expressions of style, confidence and power. Women’s suits are taking on new forms, with jackets that accentuate the shoulders and show off your figure with a neat cut and double lapel, as seen on the Dior runway. Designers are also using bright materials to distance these suits from the ‘unisex’ aesthetic.
Another fashion trend that appears in Chiquinquirá’s outfits is monochrome, which has saturated street style inspiration and is making an appearance in next season’s trends with bright, warm and neutral shades. Dressing head to toe in the same color - including accessories - is as chic as it is daring. This style resonates among luxury brands such as Max Mara and Calvin Klein.
The Bandeau: the new crop top
Perhaps the secret of how the 47-year-old achieves her look is down to how she puts together different pieces. An example? The straight-cut, strapless top she combined with the blazer, just like those we have seen burst onto the runways of Giambattista Valli, Loewe and Givenchy. Whether it be leather, crochet, ruffled or smooth, this garment does wonders in shaping your silhouette as if it were a corset.
Chiquinquirá Delgado doesn’t need much to make her look fabulous; but her outfits prove she always keeps the latest trends close to heart.