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I do love neutrals and as we all know it can surely be a staple to most any outfit you put together or not, depending on your taste and what the fashion industry dictates.
But, I am one, who, although appreciates fashion and trends, I do always go with the sure and safe thing for me. However once in a while I also appreciate some things that may not look good on me. So, I have included a collection of pieces which I love and some will certainly wear this Spring to Summer.
We all know most women flip through magazines and retail or designer websites in hopes of getting the insight on putting outfits together. While some, without a second guess, order the suggested ensemble pieced together by the fashion industry, others, with a more creative flare, find ways to duplicate the suggestion. I happen to do both.
Anyway, In light of the subject, I have decided to put together inspirational outfits which, I will either purchase “as is” or try to duplicate this coming Spring. Let me know what you think?
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As I said before, women over 40 should stay away from mini skirts no matter how sexy their legs are and opt for pencil skirts instead to bring out their sex appeal. Believe me when I say this, a pencil skirt, with an appropriate blouse or top, can be the staple for most any outfit, from business attire to a semi formal evening get together and I am glad to see a large selection of them here to choose from.
Here are some of my favorite suggestions:
It seems the Spring 2011 fashion inspiration comes from the 60′s, nothing wrong with that in my opinion, the 60′s had some of the most memorable fashion trends in history and for sure should have a come back.
In line with the trend, Versace has come up with some of the most beautiful styles for the Spring/Summer 2011 collection. Ah, to be young again. Anyway the slideshow is a collection of styles I wish I could wear this year but since I can’t, I hope to see the youth embrace the choices this coming Spring/Summer.
Let me know what you think? Did you enjoy the 60′s fashion and are you glad it’s back.
First I want to clarify that I have nothing against anyone in fashion or those who are consultants of the trade, but I do want to state that as a woman, who loves fashion and appreciates a fashion conscious celebrity, I am entitled to an opinion on what I feel works or not on the most influential models for the rest of us to follow or perhaps envy.
In recent weeks and months as I flip through magazines and search the net for information about writing entertainment news and film reviews for my other blog, I cannot help but notice how some stars go from having the right look to the wrong look to a “never finding the right look, no matter what” as they frequent parties, gatherings and movie premieres and so I wonder how can that happen to almost anyone, when its time to select the right gown for that special event?
I am not sure if sticking to the same look that works is better or exploring different options to seem versatile is best. I know in my case, most anything I add to my wardrobe is almost designed in the same lines and cut, but because I feel it works for me well, I stick to it to make sure I don’t stand out like a sore thumb. Others, in my circle however, are more daring and go for different looks. Sometimes it works for them and other times it doesn’t. Usually the obvious comes out in photos.
So, in the case of celebrities, how do they leave home thinking what they opted for to wear is the best for them? I mean doesn’t someone take a photo of them before they leave home to determine if that is how they want to be remembered? Or do they just not care and feel they are representing a designer who (obviously ) must know what they are recommending for them is better than the rest? And then there is the fact that whatever may look good in print or in a designer’s studio, doesn’t necessarily mean its the best for the one wearing it. I don’t know, maybe I am just reading too much into it but see for yourself below and let me know what you think?