Necklines and hemlines have always been eloquent advocates of confidence, allure and ambition. While many runways are currently celebrating longer silhouettes and full sleeves, the world is paving a new path towards demure fashion. Developing from a personal preference to a global fashion trend, coverage has become a supreme statement for all women around the world. With that said, many fashion icons have not only embraced the powerful statement, but they have also taken it upon themselves to support it.
Whether it is their red-carpet looks or unforgettable bridal gowns, a growing number of influential female leaders is constantly giving us tips about how to make a splendid fashion statement. Armored with glamour and confidence, women such as Kate Middleton, Emma Stone and the Olsen twins are exceptional style gurus who believe in the allure of ruffled sleeves and eloquent bow collars over cropped tops and miniskirts.
After choosing a minimalistic long-sleeved bridal dress by Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller, Meghan Markle is currently best-known for favoring a blue color pallet and covered silhouettes. Amal Clooney is always praised for her UN assembly attire which ranges from pinstriped pantsuits to subtle pussy-bow necklines. West World’s leading star, Evan Rachel Wood waltzed towards demure fashion with her Altuzarra ensemble for the Emmy Awards this year. Her choice was quite memorable for its modern and unconventional approach to the tuxedo trend.
A list of the world's most recognized female fashion icons would never be complete without the notorious Olivia Palermo. Married in a long-sleeved cashmere sweater and maxi tulle skirt, she is known for challenging traditional concepts and starting unexpected trends. Palermo’s latest red-carpet appearance included a satin and feather masterpiece combination for the American Ballet Theatre fall gala.