Spring is here, so new fashion has sprung. Take off your winter clothes and start thinking about something fresh to put on for the upcoming seasons. If you’re serious about fashion, then you know any old thing won’t do; take note of the following style and accessories fit for this year’s warmer seasons.
Janis Joplin, Joni Mitchell, and women of festivals past knew how to rock and had a sense of fashion fresh as a field of flowers. This year, major designers are in love with floral prints and styles found at festivals taking place throughout the globe like Coachella and Burning Man. Girls always loved having fun, but modern women express their love of art and music through fashion.
You don’t have to adopt your natural color; such decisions limit your choice of style. Yet, this year, girls are letting their locks hang out in a free-flowing and natural way. During a recent fashion shoot, models were told to sleep on their wet heads and avoid combs at all costs to exhibit a natural, come-as-it-will look and hair attitude. However, natural does not mean unwashed!
Sixties rocker, Mama Cass, donned long flowing muumuus during her musical tenure, and other ladies of the seventies adopted the look, but now, Pucci, Cavalli, and other major designers dress their models in the same garb. Whether you’re looking for something to throw on to go to the grocery store or have an intent to dress to impress, these lovely pieces work in many settings.
The sun is out, so sunglasses are in fashion, yet this year, designers are adopting wacky shapes and colorful lenses. If you want to see better, go to this website, but if you want to turn heads with your sense of fashion, take note of shades fixed with yellow and orange lenses. Also, the bigger the frames, the better onlookers will see how well you trace the shape of 2015 fashion.
Girls with a fashion sense strut through the streets as if always on a platform for all to see. There is no better way to attract eye attention below the waist than to slap on a pair of platform heels. Coach, Calvin Klein, and a host of popular designers unleash phenomenal platforms within their 2015 Spring/Summer collections.
We’re all born nude, and this season, fashion designers look to dress the faces of models with a “nude” look. How does one achieve such a look without the help of professional makeup artists? It’s easy; all you need is foundation, concealer, mascara, translucent powders, and three eye shadows.
Usually, fine lace is reserved for moments behind closed doors, but this season, lacy dresses take center stage. Models walk the runways in ornate, white, and classy numbers by Chloe, Giorgio Armani, and Tory Burch. If you want to catch the attention of onlookers, be sure to have your laces out this year.
Scarlett Moore works as a fashion stylist. She enjoys writing about her industry insights online. Her articles appear mainly on fashion and lifestyle websites.