Whether or not you consider yourself a fashionista will be irrelevant, it looks like there is something for everyone in the styles now trending for Spring 2013.
For starters, the designers have incorporated a variety of textiles from leather to organza, chiffon, silk and lace.
If you like color, color is big – happy is in! Fashion houses have utilized the color palette from the bright spectrum, to the neutral spectrum with muted pastels and unexpected combinations of the standard black and white.
Another big thing on the runway as well as the retail racks is the animal prints, geometric patterns and bold stripes; interspersed with garments that feature floral motifs and extravagant looking sequin & crystal embellishments; or the abstract prints that reveal influences from Eastern territories.
We relish the popularity of the stripes because let’s face it, we all have different body types and stripes if used correctly can be a great camouflage – but we digress.
You will find gutsy (pun intended) crop tops, dresses with cut outs in the waist, short pants suits or pieces with exposé splits for those who wish to bare their chiseled mid-riff and toned legs, along with loose-fitting and flowing options for the more demure fashionista.
Pants, pants and more pants in any style, fabric and length. From the reemergence of the palazzo, to slim fits with pencil bottoms, cropped above the ankle selections, and tailored capris.
Then we have the ruffles – on the sleeves, adding drama to the front of the top, as a bib on both tops and dresses, or to form a peplum waist. Yes, the peplum waist is back on the rack and featuring big in store.
We can’t forget the tunics, worn as oversized shirts paired with shorts or as mini dresses – always a comfy choice.
With the myriad of options from the versatile ready-to-wear collections debuted on runways across the globe and available on the racks, there will definitely be something for everyone to feel sensual, flirty and worthy of the catwalk this Spring.
Stay tune, we are about to Spring forward at the isntshelovelystore.com.