Bold, modern and understated Yeohlee relies on a mixture of solid geometry and fluidity of form to create her modern classics. Whether its a shapless, oversized coat, a cinched kimono, or a pencil skirt and feather-light blouse tucked neatly inside, Yeolee brings seamless elegance to the table.
Color Palette: Shiny bronze metallics, textured and matte black, shiny silver and grey metallics, transparent blouses in off-white, and solid white, taupe.
Key Looks: Shirts, dresses and jackets show lots of structure around the neck. Even the kimonos are styled so as to accent the V in the front. Look for simple, flat fronted dresses and the clever use of shape– like the form-fitting black dress with 2 white triangles cinching the waist. Also, the perfect use of layered fabric (which sort of looks like loosely layered triangles) to sculpt the neckline. The shiny metallic dresses opt out of the typical crew, plunging V-neck or boatneck and instead adopt a soft, barely there V. Dresses with puffed out sleeves at the end of the arm complicate what would otherwise be factory-style dresses– their curves give them energy with maintaining their classic stance.
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