Solange Wears All Green Rosie Assoulin Ensemble, Proving Once Again That She's The Queen Of The Rainbow
One day, I shall stop writing about Solange Knowles. Until that day comes (which might actually be never), let us take time to muse over the green ensemble Solange posted to her Instagram yesterday. As with the many posts that fill her social media account, her latest look is just an addition to the kaleidoscopic goodness that keeps her fashion fans craving more. In this case, we have a twist on the traditional co-ord set.
Although it is not uncharacteristic for Knowles to dabble in a few well-known designers here and there, she often shines light on many emerging designers. Such is the case with yesterday's look, which the singer wore to a benefit event in New York.
According to Fashion Bomb Daily, the floor-length green gown that buttoned down the front and matching trousers were designed by Rosie Assoulin, a New York-based designer only in her second year, but who is certainly making waves with her amazingly structured items. As always, Knowles complemented her stunning look with a go-to natural hairstyle, simply rocking a blow-dried Afro that the wind just couldn't get enough of. She topped her look off with a pair of white heels that matched the buttons on her dress.
In true sibling, complementary fashion, Beyoncé wore an equally bright look this weekend, as well. While Solange floated along the concrete jungle of New York in green, her sister descended the steps of MGM Grand Hotel on Saturday in an all-red jumpsuit and cape (with a touch of fuchsia) for the Pacquiao versus Mayweather fight this weekend.
Although some might argue that she looked a tad bit bored, her look by Harbison definitely kept everyone in action, as all eyes were set on her for the evening. So let us all continually muse over their crazy, good style.
With the Met Gala slated for Monday night, one can only imagine what our favorite fashion girl has cooking in one of her favorite designer's ateliers. One thing is most likely: She will definitely bring on the color.