Transform the ageless trend into a modern fairytale: mixed with femininity and sprinkled with glitter.
Those of us attracted to the rebellious culture of the last decade may get a second chance for their metallics, leathers and denims this coming spring. While catwalks are flourished with pastels and earth tones, here’s a line up of the 5 best ways to make your winter wardrobe think-spring:
Silks are in again. And probably, will always be. A light, soft, dreamy material that can dress up any outfit – a must-have in any modern wardrobe. Blouses, dresses and slip tops match perfectly with metallics, especially when worn in coordinating tones. No need to pack that New Year’s Eve outfit yet.
2. Lace & fishnet
With the rise of fetishwear, the see-through everything is an inevitable outcome. No need to be conservative any longer. Lace and fishnet garments provoke with their ability to reveal the hidden. When worn with caution, they add a touch of edgy detail to any personal style. And the best part – braless.
3. Soft pinks
In appreciation of the age of androgyny, a point has been made: boys wear pink. So should tomboys. The beauty of this colour in soft pastel tones is that it illuminates youth, while still flexible enough to show character. Enhances any basic.
A tender alternative to leather. The astonishing variety of garment types, colours and cuts will blend with any closet. May add edge, or soften up the look.
The ethereal texture of tulle continues to win for the bell-sleeve lovers. The ones, looking for an alternative to switch from the winter’s prolific black lace may find gratification in the colour bouquet that this material has on offer. A simple way to add a magical touch.
Because in the age of disruption, what else do we lack apart from a fairytale?