I must admit, I am not a fan of Roberto Cavalli's spring/summer look. For me the fringe that comes from your upper half of your body and reaches your knees is FAR to much. I like the 80's and love that 80's inspired fashion is making a comeback, but Cavalli has taken it too far. Mixing 80's patterns with extreme 80's looks, not OK in my books. But who am I to question a top designer? But I know I will not be dreaming of these looks any time soon.
Take a look for yourself, here's a little sample. Check out his spring line here.
So I know that after season sales often are out dated trends but that doesn't mean they aren't tempting. With that being said amazing pieces that can be found to fill out a wardrobe. For instance, oversized tees, or tanks are always useful, if only fr the gym. Layer have been and will continue to be in style, finding cute cardigans for the transition between winter and spring. So go forth and explore the racks, just be careful if quality, missing buttons and don't buy it in hopes that it will fit.
Here is everything you need to know to start building your spring/summer trends this year. White, highlighter colours, strips, and so much more. Have fun this year. And remember, wear what fits, looks good on your body and not necessarily what's trendy. Classics still make or break your wardrobe.
For more information and some great images, check out Elle Magazine.
Here is a little secret to shopping downtown Toronto, Second hand stores. Ok it's not that big of a secret, a good majority of people know that you can find some pretty amazing stuff in second hand stores. Here is a link to some of the most amazing ones in Toronto, everything from name brands to accessories. Check it out and start saving.