Ruffles and oriental-inspired embroidery for the dresses by Alberta Ferretti, where femininity meets comfort in the flared models that give bodies full freedom of movement but without compromising sensuality. Patchwork is an art for Etro, and the maison best expresses it in its iconic silk dresses in which patterns and prints perfectly blend. Macramé lace and embroidered flowers in combining colors are found in the 19th century-inspired style by Zimmermann that choose white as the color for their romantic shirt-dresses. A line of closely arranged small buttons for the front fastening of the strip dresses by Jacquemus, with spaghetti straps and a deep V-neck to counterbalance a ruffled and flared skirt that elegantly swings as you walk. Tory Burch opts for a tunic cut, crafted from linen, with basic lines but enriched with sophisticated trimmings of pearls and stones, to be combined with espadrilles or slippers.