Spring is here, which means it’s time to bury the sequined tops, skirts and dresses, and update your closets with what’s in this season.
There's no easier way to get the wow factor than with a maxi dress. Wear at the beach or the park with and gladiator flats.
The Seventies are back: high-waisted denim and flouncy silk dresses and blouses are super!
Ankle boots! They're not easy to wear. The proportion of an ankle boot with a mid-calf, full skirt is all wrong: ankle boots look best as part of a leggy look, either with short skirt, skinny jeans or leggings. One of the easiest ways to wear ankle boots is to pair black shoes with black tights (and a black dress if you really want to go monochromatic.) Wearing ankle boots with socks is a practical idea (much less slippery than wearing with hose, less sweaty than wearing barefoot), but a peek of sock under a pair of slouchy casual ankle boots is cute.
Dark Denim Dress: Wear it bare-legged with wedges or paired with leggings on cooler days.
Plaid Shirt: a borrowed-from-the-boys look we love for this spring!
Hat trend! hats can be made of straw or of materials other than straw (cloth boaters with a flower pattern), and many of the hats have more decorations than just a simple ribbon (for example, ribbons with flowers or bows attached to them).
White VS Yellow: Yellow will be most popular color during the springtime among the favorite colors of 2010. Even though white is the most prefered color for the springtime, yellow will often be seen everywhere. Mimosa (the orange juice and champagne yellow) was named as the color of the year! You might not prefer to wear a bright yellow color though. In this case, I advise you to look for more subtle shades such as chartreuse or mustard.