Cold weather has roared in and the chill has us looking forward to spring and sunny, hot days. With spring on our minds, what fashions will be making an appearance on the catwalks during fashion week?
If you bought a military jacket last year, don’t pack it up just yet! The military style is still buzzing and making an appearance again in 2011. There is a new spin to the style of the jacket, but the wide lapels and cinched waist will give you the look of an officer or a very smart fashionista.
Sick of the low, low rise jeans? You’re in luck, because in 2011 the high-waisted jeans are taking over and looking fabulous with flared legs. These 70s inspired pants will show off your legs rather than your panties! 70s wear will be influencing the 2011 spring fashion from 70s bohemian to 70s sophistication with neat, bow blouses, billowing sleeves and rolled neck sweaters.
Colors that will be must wears in daywear will be neutrals, citrus and rust! You can look your most fabulous by wearing something other than black and look fresh and ready for spring in a rust sheath or a neutral/nude ensemble. If you are more daring and want to stand out among all the slaves of fashion, yellows, oranges and other citrus color will keep you looking like one of the best-dressed in Spring 2011.
Japanese inspired wear will invade fashion week. You can mix culture with your fashion and really stand out! Festive pieces will be in silks and satins in bright blues and pinks. Kimono type coats can give you the Japanese style. If you want just a subtle Japanese look to add to your wardrobe, an obi belt can add some flair to the ever so popular tunic style tops.
Oldies are still goodies when it comes to fashion. If you want a more traditional style, preppie is still a style that is hot. A striped tote or tasseled loafers with your sweater and trousers can give you the preppie look you seek.
Are your feet aching from your fabulous Manolo Blahniks? Wanting a fashionable shoe that is comfy and keeps you looking hip and trendy? Flatforms are the shoe to own this Spring! You can add inches to your height without the blisters and pain that stilettos cause. Flatforms will be the coolest, comfortable shoes you’ll see this season!