There are a few items you have to have in your wardrobe this April. With these items you can create a lot of sets and for inspiration I made three looks: casual, girly and work wear.
1. Casual: The first item is a printed shirt that you can dress up by putting a white blazer on top of it. The pink shorts and blue converse make the look complete. 2. Girly: Get a floral dress right away if you don't have one in your closet yet.The low boots and brown belt make it less feminine. 3. Work wear: The denim trouser has a great bright colour and in combination with the oxfords and the white blouse you're good to go stylish to work!
Printed T-shirt - Lavin White blazer - Net-a-Porter Pink shorts - Victoria's Secret Blue shoes - Converse Floral dress - Miss Patina (?) at misspatina.bigcartel.com Brown belt - River Island Cowboy boot - ? at modcloth.com White blouse - Helmut Lang Trousers - My Wardrobe Oxfords - Topshop
This Victoria's Secret Angel Adriana Lima does know how to work the camera. In Vogue Brazil she shows us which trends we will see this season. Although I'm not quite sure about the trend of the black blouse in combination with the sequin pants this Spring, she worked it well! I'm confident that we'll see the black blouse and sequin pants combination this fall/winter again!
Always wondered how to interpret the runway to your daily style? Daughter of the ex-editor in chief of Vogue France Carine, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, shows in the December issue of Vogue China (in 2009) how to do this. With her beauty and great sense of style I'm sure that she can even look fashionable in a plastic garbage can.
These pictures makes me fall in love with fashion photographer Tim Walker, stylist Kate Phelan, hair stylist Malcolm Edwards and makeup artist Sam Bryant. Together they make it impossible not to buy something of the Spring 2011 collection of the Korean fashion brand O'2ND.
Fashion embraced this Spring red, yellow, pink, blue and every other colour there is. Designers showed at the previews Fashion Shows that this season it's all about colour mixing. If you don't want to jump in the colour scene right away, you can start with one bright colour at the time. As Simons so cleverly demonstrated at the Jil Sanders runway, brights look great with black.
Red blazer - Topshop Multi-colour scarf - Net-a-Porter Orange watch - Hermes Blue dress - Dorothy Perkins Yellow bag - Proenza Shoulder PS1 Pink belt - Asos Blue blouse - Modekungen Red jeans - Net-a-Porter
Purple sandels - H&M Pink hot pants - Victoria's Secret
Orange earrings - National Jean Company Pink lace skirt - Debenhams Multi-colour bracelets - Nordstrom Blue shoes - All Stars
I love, correction, ADORE Balmain! Every collection is incredible and the items never go out of fashion. Pierre Balmain has to be so proud of Christophe Decarnin. He brought Balmain back with his designs for today's women: confident, independent and fierce. Balmain, when power meets style. Who is your favourite designer?