Summertime paves the way for the occasional day trip. Whether you are traveling by car to beach, cab to boat, train to lake or plane to pool, you need a quick getaway outfit.
Just recently I was inspecting my aging neck in the mirror and thought, “If only I could wear a scarf to hide my neck, but it’s the middle of summer.” Then it hit me! I can cover my neck because a recent trend came to mind! The choker top or blouse is everywhere this summer.
I noticed the pajama look that was so big on the runways for spring 17 is now on sale – just in time for summer. Now is the perfect time to go high low with pajama styling.
There are some trends you know will always love because they suit your personal style. That’s why I’m thankful the one shoulder look is back again!
You may be thinking, “How many little black dresses do I need?” But do you have one that is on-trend with a ruffle hem and sleeves so you can wear it everywhere from a wedding to a funeral? Here’s how to go high/low with a little black dress for summer.
Nothing looks (and even sounds) as retro as a sweetheart neckline! It reminds me of reading books written in the 50s and 60s and the part when they came to describing what the main character wore for her date.
My desire to find covetable fashion pieces led me to this perfect patio party outfit for the season. I’m planning a margaritas couples wedding shower (yes my dear friend’s daughter is getting married!) I can’t believe I have reached “that age”! But that doesn’t mean I won’t dress up for the party!
Now is the time to get a jump on the spring trends! You only need a few pieces to give your wardrobe a seasonal refresh. I have so many favorites, but you don’t even have to spend a bundle. In fact I found all of these selections at Shopbop where right now you will get an extra 20% or 25%…
During a season when pink is always expected, this spring try to kick it up a notch. The bold color combination of hot pink with intense red was shown by designers like Oscar de la Renta, Narciso Rodriguez and Herve Leger. The more vivid the colors, the better.
I can totally remember wearing Chanel style tweed jackets with denim jeans back in the 90s. We would wear the jacket from a skirt suit, or even find 60s vintage suit jackets from a resale shop and pair it with jeans
This little outfit was inspired when a Uniqlo ad popped up in my email. It featured a hot orange red flare knit A-line skirt for only $15! It immediately reminded me of the Victoria Beckham ensembles In the same bright trendy hue in her Spring 2017 RTW Collection. So I clicked over to Net-A-Porter to find the beautiful Victoria Beckham skirt, for over $1000! You can pair either skirt with the matching red knit tops offered respectively from Victoria Beckham and Uniqlo, but I thought it would be more fun to put together an outfit of this seasons trends. It’s a trend loaded spring outfit!
I was just about to order a pair of black warm up pants (way on sale!) but thought instead it would be better to wait and invest in some workout classics.
The Spring 17 Collections from designers like Isabel Marant, Balenciaga, Rodarte and Kenzo channeled the glitz, glam and spirit of the 80s. These strong shouldered 80s looks were worn proudly on everyone at the time, and most memorably for me, on Linda Evans in her role as Crystal Carrington on the Dynasty TV series which encompassed that decade from 1981 to 1989.
For spring ’17 gingham has gone wild! The check print has taken on a whole new look. Thankfully, this is not your Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz gingham print. Instead you will find sculptural shapes, asymmetric gingham, mixed gingham prints, lace overlaying gingham, ruffled gingham, gingham with florals, even deconstructed gingham.
Ruffles are everywhere this spring! From shirts to skirts, and from jackets to pants, those wavy lines are adding new dimensions to blouses, tops, dresses, skirts, pants, coats and even jeans and sweatshirts. From girly and frilly to sophisticated and minimalist, there’s no doubt you will be eyeing a new piece with ruffles you will want to own.