Pretty peplum is back this spring, so if you missed this stylish trend in 2012, it’s not too late to jump in and upgrade your wardrobe.
Check out the recent red carpet choices of hot young Hollywood celebs like Selena Gomez, or see it on the fashion runways— you can rock this style in any which way. Pair it with a tight pencil skirt for that classic feminine silhouette, or a pair of leather leggings for an edgier look.
Peplum is flattering on almost all body shapes, and how can a piece of clothing that tapers at the waist and flares at the hips not be?
Spring Summer 2013 celebrates a wide array of vibrant colors. It's not about one color anymore as the as Spring Summer 2013 color fashion trends display an array of bright pastels, neon and bold colors which will make their way into your wardrobe and can be worn by itself, color blocked or in harmony creating a chic fashion color palette. Color Trend 1: Mint Green Pastel colors are back this Spring Summer 2013 season with Lavender and Mint Green at the forefront. Fresh, sophisticated and versatile, mint green is a color that be worn with neutral, pastel shades and enhances our feminine edge. Color Trend 2: Neon Colors Be ready for a color splash because the neon colors from the 80's and 90's will not go unnoticed. Dare to make a colorful fashion statement with on trend neon clothes, accessories, shoes and make up. Color Trend 3: Blue Blue is a classic color that never fails to impress. Suitable for every occasion, a chic blue makes for a sophisticated color combination paired with burgundy, off white, yellow and red. Color Trend 4: Lavender Lavender is a beloved color in fashion, nature and in the home. And ever since Kelly Osbourne started the lavender hair color trend, it surely made its entrance in the beauty world. It's rapidly becoming this year's favorite pastel color. Color Trend 5: Hot Pink And last but not least Hot Pink! The happy character of this color not only complements every skin tone it also has positive effects on your mood. Make a colorful beauty- and fashion statement this Spring Summer 2013 by adding a pop of pink on your lips, eyes and wardrobe.
If there was a top of the charts of global fashion weeks with New York, London, Milan and Paris making up the top four, Sydney is fast clambering up to try and claim that fifth spot. You'd think the main show circuit was tiring enough but it seems Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia is now proving to be worth the long trip down under for both international buyers and press; the likes of ShopBop, Matches and Net-a-Porter were all down there placing orders for Australia's fashion finest, whilst style title 10 Magazine's editor-in-chief Sophia Neophitou attended MBFWA to officially launch the new Australian edition.
Australian fashion power label Camilla and Marc kicked off last week's proceedings by showing us why Sydney's sun-drenched lifestyle makes for refined body conscious clothes imprinted with Australian chic. Leopard-print bustiers, cobwebby sheer black lace and drop crotch trousers in the wrong hands could be too much to handle. but this sibling duo showed why they've enjoyed 10 years in business with an assured collection that got a lot of the Aussie bloggers and babes ready to make their summer order.
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