If there is a name that seems to be everywhere, that is Nuria Roca. The Valencian journalist, who currently presents in magazine ‘La Roca’ and is part of the team of collaborators in ‘El Hormiguero’, making headlines for his relationship with Juan del Val, for his work as influencer and for his style.
It is precisely his style that we want to talk about today. Specifically, its evolution. More than evolution, I would personally speak of an “adaptation”. After all, the years have passed and trends have changed.
What is clear is that Roca is a lover of going to the last and has some stylists who help her to achieve that her outfits are among the best on the national scene. We will review some of his outfits more from 2015 to the present.
All to the basics in 2015
Roca attended the Antena 3 25th anniversary party with a style that we could see today without much problem. The journalist knows how to wear basic garments, such as pants palace black, along with other more striking pieces, such as a butane orange blouse (which, by the way, is one of the fashionable colors this 2022).
Long dresses, an infallible in her collection since (at least) 2015
Roca and del Val attended the first edition of the “Teatro Bodevil” awards together in 2015. For the occasion, the journalist chose a long dress with a “V” neckline and poetic sleeves. Dyed with red polka dots on a black background, we are talking about a timeless dress that does not seem demode despite being a look who is now seven years old.
Print lover and a test from 2017
travel to the outfits Nuria Roca’s past is affirm with evidence that the Valencian adores prints. Even more so when we talk about suits made up of a jacket and trousers that combine with stilettos full color. This style, which she wore at the presentation of the “Fantastic Duo” program in Madrid, dated 2017, and could perfectly be from yesterday. In fact, last 2021 she stepped on the set of ‘El Hormiguero’ with a Mango suit that creates a similar effect.
Garments from the bottom of the wardrobe + other riskier ones: a style of 2018
Roca is not new to ‘El Hormiguero’, in fact she has been on the Motorcycle set for several seasons. Here we see her in 2018 with a mix of garments that are not usually missing in their choices: a basic garment together with a more original one. Here, the top with a bardot neckline coexists with a checked pencil skirt. Now, possibly Nuria would opt for a somewhat broader silhouette, less fitted to the body.
To go to a wedding (2019), always in full color
The couple was one of the guests at the famous wedding of Pilar Rubio and Sergio Ramos (2019). Nuria was already clear that bright colors were going to be a trendso she opted for a violet dress accompanied by a yellow belt, complementary colors that coexist quite well with the fuchsia of the bag.
The one who risks, can also lose (2020)
Whether you like Nuria Roca’s style more or less, she doesn’t usually fall into resounding failures. Yes indeed, is not exempt from the occasional skid, like this. To attend the presentation of the “Road Trip” program, he posed with a knitted sweater with a “difficult” print, a black midi skirt and red boots. In this case, he did not get to pass. What this style shows is that the Valencian is not afraid of risk, and that deserves applause.
Comfort ahead, also for traveling (2021)
Hunted at Barajas Airport, that is how we can title this image. One of the aspects of Roca’s style that we praise the most is that always go for comfort. With this look, we remember his love for vibrant colors (check out the yellow pants) and versatile pieces, like the beige Adidas Gazelle. Of course, we see an improvement with respect to its outfits dated 2015.
News: Roca is the perfect example for combining striking prints and colors and coming out on top
Both of them outfits They date from this year and have several elements in common: full-color two-piece suits and printed shirts. For some, perhaps an outfit too much risky, for others, a potential ten. What we can learn from this and that if we play with colors that combine, we can generate a daring style without falling into error.
In this way, we see how the basics that make up Roca’s style are maintained over time, but adapt to the trends of each season. The Valencian maintains its essence while adopting the noveltiesa great lesson.
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