Moon Ethereal generates a fair amount of softness and a total lack of color saturation. Its mood is closest to Soft Natural’s vibe. Soft fabrics, mainly knitwear, are an essential element here; preferably they include melange, mottled and shaded fabrics. Silver plays a crucial role in Moon Ethereal’s ensemble, and it mixes beautifully with gray colors, making the outfits glow mysteriously but discreetly. It is worth to choose burnished silver and gemstones such as marcasites, onyxes, and moonstones. Fabrics with silver thread or with a slightly metallic shine are also a great option.
Moon Ethereal’s style likes large hoods, small furry elements, mixing various shades of gray, combining textures and subtle patterns, silver shine mentioned above, and all details that introduce a mysterious vibe.
The key factor in the described style is color. Moon Ethereal favors all shades of gray, from the lightest to graphite. Gray may be mixed with shades of white. Black, however, will work only on bags and shoes.
Hairstyles are based on medium length or longer haircuts. The hair should not be straightened or combed to look smooth.
Moon Ethereal often combines with Mermaid Ethereal.
The color essence of Moon Ethereal in its pure form is Soft Summer.
Suzanne Vega – Luka
ELO – Ticket To The Moon
Robert Plant – Moonlight In Samosa
Snowy White – Bird of Paradise
George Michael – The Strangest Thing
Mecano – Hijo de la Luna
Bruno Mars – Moonshine
Chris Rea – And You My Love
Sarah Brightman – Scarborough Fair Lord of the Rings Ode to Arwen
Mike Oldfield – Moonlight Shadow ft. Maggie Reilly
Viktor & Rolf | Fall Winter 2014/2015 (Geometric elements and colors other than gray are not included in Moon Ethereal’s style)
Code Luna by Giorgio Armani