Now that Spring is only weeks away, it's a perfect time to introduce some fresh lively colours into your wardrobe
February 2012 - Fresh Colours
January 2012 - Roaring Twenties
Sarah Jessica Parker
She is a perfect example of how age does not determine what you can wear. She looks so fresh and youthful in her pastel pants and chiffon blouse.
Sarah Jessica Parker - February 2012
Pippa Middleton - January 2012
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December - Christina
We have seen some of it for summer, and expect to see more for fall. Tribal prints, and African inspiration are a huge hit in the fashion world right now. These prints incorporate all the fundamentals of good fashion. Colour, innovation, and statement making. The colours vary from season to season. The prints resemble animals and animal skin prints, such as; giraffes, and leopard and zebra prints. The same influence will still be found with accessories. Expect to see necklaces and bracelets with various animals, and the like.
Following not too far behind, is the Navajo inspiration. Feathers, dreamcatchers, and fringe. Fringe on handbags, shoes, moccasins, and ankle booties. Neither of these trends are age focused, so have fun with mixing them, or sticking to one theme.
A similar trend that involves sharp jewel tones, and abstract imagery is Art. Simply that, this trend has a mind of its own. It is so abstract and wild, it does not follow a pattern. It only stands out like extreme art. These prints work best on bolder women who like to challenge their traditional appearances, and take a bigger chance on their wardrobe.
Whether you are partial to fringe, or feel you work best in bold jewel colours in art format, wear it proudly and confidently. Word to the wise... don't bury yourself in prints. Throw some solid tones into the mix to keep from looking over the top.
African, Navajo, and Extreme Art