I usually choose my top first, then match the shoes and the pants to complete the look.
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Classic Color Pairings When thinking about summer, I always picture nautical styles. Patterns The color-block trend is one of my favorite ways to wear a pattern.
Neutrals Summer neutrals are a classic, and they're so versatile, going from morning to night with ease. Building Your Outfit I usually choose my top first, then match the shoes and the pants to complete the look.
Do you wear Capri length pants for summer? All the time I prefer longer length I prefer shorter length and don't wear Capris They aren't flattering on me I mix them in with other separates See results. How to Build the Perfect Outfit. Scarves Are Your New Best Friend One way to accessorize your look is to find a great lightweight scarf that you'll want to wear everywhere. Tie That Scarf Creatively. Fashion Tip 2 Keep shoes refined-looking and classy, not too steep a heel and not too trendy.
Summer Shoes Have to Be Comfortable and Stylish My idea of showing off is relatively conservative, but like most women, I do like fashion-forward shoes. If you have good-quality shoes in a classic style, they will look chic for years. This is the shoe I featured in the denim collection. Fashion Tip 3 Say goodbye to baggy clothes. Flowing and breezy is much more flattering.
Top Choices for Over 50? Tops need to have longer lengths Tops need to have flair at the bottom and enough width Looser and lightweight tops work best for me I like to substantial fabric and good construction- no more flimsy tops I like the layer open and loose tops over other shirts I like a more fitted look See results. Your face will look stylish every day.
Nothing says chic more than a pair of beautiful sunglasses. Don't get carried away with the bling. You don't want to become a caricature. You want to accentuate YOU. Add pops of color to neutral outfits. Dress for your body shape and dimensions. Always try to draw attention to your best features fashion rule 1. Go for darker jeans that are narrower and fit well. Jeans are important in your wardrobe, so take time to get the ones that fit your shape nicely. Find some good shoes.
Don't underestimate the value of a great pair of shoes. Use the best and most flattering skirt length for your body. Mine is right around the knee. Winning Wardrobe—Which Describes You?
Do you need to make adjustments in your wardrobe? I'm lookng for a total change Just some tips to freshen my wardrobe I can't find things that fit me or my lifestyle I want to look more trendy Other See results.
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The cargos at DKNY were interesting to see and showed off quite a bit of what was underneath, but when we looked at the Zimmermann dresses and their lacing, there was everything to love about the subtle presentation of limbs underneath, without showing off too much.
There is a certain sheer modesty style happening as a top trend for the spring and summer of , with silhouettes that would normally provide full coverage appearing in sheer materials instead, revamped and matched with pieces worn over or under, as seen at Coach. It appears that seeing panties under skirts is still in style, à la Anna Sui and Rodarte. And then there are no panties in sight when we stare at the sheer dress the model walks onto stage with at Jason Wu.
All in all though, sheer lace or anything that allows the body underneath to show majorly is in style at the moment, so free the nipple or cover with bralettes it matters not.
This is a trend that is not showing any sings of disappearing anytime soon, so we might actually start seeing more people with sheer tops and dresses and skirts on the streets soon enough. This is a huge trend on the runways for spring and it has gotten us wondering if we have entered an alternate dimension, where tailors intentionally sew things askew or entirely without matching the pieces.
Nearly every designer seems to be tired of their job and decided to just cut and paste randomly, only to discover that this wacky idea might actually have a place on the fashion runways. Whether we are looking at the denim based Concept Korea looks that somehow include an intact collar and then appears to have two different halves of shirts sewn together while entirely cutting out one shoulder, or the lovelier deconstructed shirtdresses from Alexander Wang, not to mention the total mess of a collection by Monse, it is hard not to keep noticing that the Mad Tailor has come to town.
Button down shirts are a classic, without a doubt. We love seeing them, even when they appear in denim, which is also in style it appears. We love them purely white and with pinstripes. What we were not expecting was seeing them cropped really short with long sleeves that are certainly longer than the usual, something we noticed at Alexander Wang, nor were we considering the wraparound shirts that actually look super awesome and perfect for the modern woman this coming spring, as per Elizabeth and James.
It has been a while since the open midriff was heavily in but it seems to be making something of a comeback with relative ease if the past seasons are to be taken into consideration. It appears we are going to be enjoying cropped sweaters as seen at Alexander Wang, while cropped heavily distressed denim tops appeared with matching skirts at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. While crop tops were to be expected, the bralettes were an interesting addition that we find absolutely no fault in whatsoever.
Bralettes paired with high fashion robes as seen at Alexander Wang only increased our desire to throw up our feet and enjoy a night of awesome Good Wife reruns.
Here, the bras and bralettes are the layering piece, worn under or over the clothing, as seen on Kenzo and Carven respectively. Remember when padded shoulders were huge? There is just so much fun in the angularity and Saint Laurent totally proved it can combine modern with the retro as it showed off Le Smoking, a tuxedo jacket with nothing underneath the silken lapels, and certainly no pants.
As for the hair, the square shoulders were made bolder with the straight cut to the top of the head. This includes the square shoulders and the sequins and the poof sleeves, but it also includes so much more. Décolletage is gorgeous to show off no matter what and when you add the shoulders and tops of the arms to the mix, it only gets lovelier as we have seen on the runways throughout the past few weeks. At David Koma , the trend was paired with puffed-up sleeves and a short skirt, bringing a modernized Elizabethan theme to mind.
Off-the-shoulder voluminous sleeved cropped tops certainly caught our attention in their blush coloring on the Blumarine runway in Milan though! Legs are shown off beautifully no matter how the slit is placed and the final product is one that is thoroughly enticing, appearing on sequin gowns, such as that at Monse and lovely revealing day dresses with plunging necklines and side slits such as that found on the Alexander Wang runway.
Versace played with ruching and slits with her collection, giving us some totally lovable casual-appearing dresses to put on. Some designers like Altuzarra played with longer hems and sleeves, flouncy layered ruffles and cinched waists to give the plunging Vs a more demure outlook, while it takes on a whole different dimension when we look at the ironic workwear offered by Hood by Air.
Add in a side slit up the thigh and you get some pretty cool Alexander Wang looks to check out this coming spring. We can easily say that this is a top spring fashion trend to enjoy in all manners. It may be for spring and often paired with short skirts or cropped pants, but there is one thing that we see a whole lot of and that is sweatshirts on the runway.
It is a classic athleisure staple but deserves its own category because it appeared so many times throughout the shows. Some even added in the elongated sleeves trend, whole apparent with the miniskirt combination at Vera Wang. We see a whole bunch of the more classic looks of Western designs appear on the runway, gorgeous in white at Rodarte with the fringed and dotted embellishments.
Anna Sui brought in the leather and cowgirl hats, while Coach gave it a punkish modern edge. When pajamas and nightgowns appeared as a viable outerwear dress code a few seasons back, we were shocked. Then we were pleased. Now we are wondering how long this trend is meant to last. After all, wearing head to toe pinstriped pajamas would never have been a top choice in workwear. The baggy pieces seen at Adam Selman are pretty interesting to say the least.
Milan really emphasized this spring fashion trend, but it was equally seen in London and New York before that and Paris afterwards. Add in some high quality fashion robes as seen on the New York runways and you are all set with this trend.
Gorgeous sweaters are a common look on the catwalk these days but what makes them special more than the fact that they are cargo is the fact that their sleeves are so long, it appears that the tailor merely forgot about that detail. Whether in gingham like with Pringle of Scotland or paired with a gorgeous thigh split skirt as seen on the David Koma runway, the truly long sleeves have been a very strange commonality among the Fashion Weeks. That means the large cargo pockets to fill up on the go and the bungee cord drawstrings to ease things for you, as well as the hooded nylon anoraks that really do not look as bad as you think they would.
The Paris runways were full of these types of intriguing pieces that are made to make life as easy for the wearer as possible while still remaining fashionable. The generally effortless fits are certainly something fashion lovers and the regular folk alike are heavily into, from the khaki to the fatigue silhouettes. If we had missed cargo pockets, it was not made clear but it seems that we are getting back those oversized beauties whether we want them or not.
There is just something that screams comfort about them, as well as total convenience as we tuck extra cash, papers, phones, etc. Cargo pants come in some silky shiny looks as seen at Sies Marjan or as transparent creations such as that which graced the runway at DKNY, while the midi skirts with the cargo pockets at A Detacher was definitely found to be appealing by the ladies, who prefer to appear a bit more feminine while fitting in to society instead of standing out due to fashion choices.
It has not been featured in any other season, which immediately increases its overall appeal. Layered bottoms have existed in the form of shorts over leggings and similar designs, but the whole full out pant-on-pant style is new and fresh and thoroughly intriguing. It is a street style staple of late it appears and appears often in the limelight on the Fashion Week shows around the world, literally becoming one of the easiest ways of making an outfit look new again. Tibi decided to layer in such a way that the waistband would be different from the rest of the pants shown off, while Eckhaus Latta opted for a similar pair to appear under one that was slit at the sides, adding additional hues to the designs.
As for Monse, we were entirely too thrown off by the strangeness of some of the stitching, the layered pants instead appearing like Two Face was in the house. There is a certain Frankenstein effect to it all, with panels of the same shade or the combination of two large pieces of fabric to add to the beauty of a garment, creating additional volume and intrigue around the pieces. Claudia Li played with pale blue and white paneling, while it looked incredible when seen on the Proenza Schouler show in black and white and off the shoulder.
Yohji Yamamato plays on colors as well, adding bright poppy to stark blacks. To date, we often found it tacky to be wearing the logo of the top brands on your chest but it seems that spring fashion trends bring that snobby fad where you clearly state to the world that you have enough dough to get yourself a designer outfit. So pick up those pieces with the logos and head out onto the street to tell everyone exactly how much you love wearing your designer products.
While many designers opted for their logos, there were quite a few who have causes they support and thoughts that need to be relayed, of a social or even political nature, and the dress became the medium for it.
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