Find my style

Hey fashionistas! March 20th marks the first day of Spring 2015. Some of you might be ahead of the game: wardrobe is fully stocked, spring break is booked, and all you need now is the warm sunlight on your pretty face. For some of us, however, not so much the case. I know you’re busy, so I have scoured the best magazines, blogs and articles and will be delivering to you some of the most wearable fashion must-haves for 2015. You’re welcome!

First and foremost, Pantone’s color of the year is Marsala. If you don’t know what that looks like, I would best describe it as a soft, feminine terracotta. Think of it as a deep, warm blush hue. You should definitely try to incorporate this color into your wardrobe this year, even if it’s just an accessory. With that in mind…

1. 70s Flair: This is one of my favorite style comebacks of all time. Some of the best looks are the wide, bell-bottom pants, fringe, suede and lace. It’s all about rich color tones and fabrics. Seek inspiration from Hollywood A-listers like Kate Hudson, Dakota Fanning, and Rachel Zoe, who often rock this look.

2. The Jumpsuit: Contrary to popular belief, the jumpsuit CAN flatter every body type; it’s all about where it cinches at the waist, the print, color, etc. The best part about the jumpsuit is that it can be dressed up or down. For daytime, pair it with oversized sunnies, a hobo bag and some strappy sandals – very South Beach. In the evening, replace the hobo with an edgy clutch and slip on your favorite pumps or wedges.

3. All White Everything: “Don’t wear white after Labor Day.” You have to ditch this outdated fashion rule. There is something so chic and tasteful about wearing white, and this season it is about pairing juxtapositional fabrics, layering and mixing different hues of the sort. I’m envisioning a cream maxi skirt with a stark white textured sleeveless top.

So there you have it, fashionistas! Don’t be afraid to dress outside of your comfort zone. It’s refreshing and empowering. More to come soon… Good luck!

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