Fashion is not superfluous; it is our visual communication to the world. What do you want to say with the way you dress?
Monday, April 29, 2013
Friday, April 26, 2013
While it's a classic style, graphic black and white is a hot trend this season, making a splash on the runways of all the major designers.
Linear color blocking creates a long, lean silhouette.
Glitzy animal printed sequins can add a dose of personality and quirk to a cocktail look, while body conscious color blocking creates an hourglass silhouette.
More than your basic tee, striped linen takes on a cool Euro-nautical vibe.
Be a work of art in a painterly printed dress.
Go ultra mod in clean color blocking.
Funky black and white prints feel pitch perfect when they mimic the shape of the dress.
Polka dots can range from quirky to Parisian depending on the scale and placement of the print.
Part "Starry Night," part Meditteranean cruise, Tibi's starfish print adds a magical flair to an otherwise simple silhouette.
Mixing textures can add interest to a clean, modern silhouette, while a feminine touch like peplum can soften an otherwise bold print and shape.