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COZY TURTLENECKS ~ FALL 2010

Every season come with new spirit and new trends. For the  upcoming Fall 2010 season, we will  witness a lot of new fashion trends in womenswear, one  being the Turtleneck trend. This trend is extremely versatile, easy to wear and chic. Layering your outfit with a bold turtleneck will definitely give you a high impact.  Turtleneck dresses are a key piece to have during fall/winter months as they provide protection from cold yet pose and exquisite look.

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EMBELLISH ME

Pretty isn’t only back for print it is also a key player when it comes to decoration. You will find many dresses for summer 2010 that have embellishment in a feature area, or all over the dress. Think sequins, beading, rosettes, bows, lace and Swarovski’s. Shout out to my cuz Mika..Love your sequins dresses girl 🙂

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SHEER BLISS

Light see-through dresses and blouses are a good way to turn up the heat this summer. Keep in mind that with this trend the more delicate the fabric the more elegant you will look. So don’t be afraid to choose a chiffon dress for your next special occasion.


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TRIBAL CHIC

Along with the feminine ruffles, pretty pastels and Peek-A-Boo dresses the concept of Tribal Chic is everywhere for spring/summer 2010. Tribal prints are designs that are earthy, and feature geometric shapes that really make an outfit. They can be worn in the form of skirts, to shoes or even jewelry for an instant tribal appeal. You can also wear them in the form of dresses and tops for a classic tribal essence. Designers such as Gucci, Diane Von Furstenberg and Dries Van Noten have featured exotic African inspired pieces as part of their runway collections. This print is undoubtedly among one of the top must haves for this season.

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