Top 5 Suede
“With a vaguely seventies mood in the air, the look of suede was bound to make an appearance on the runways. Trench coats, A-line skirts, and classic boot-cut pants came with a soft touch. ” ——vogue
Be prepared to splurge. But, you know, I’m angel to save you. Blow is the two related pieces for your reference. Were you wooed?
Top 4 Gingham
“Gingham prints aren’t anything new, but for Spring 2015, designers are honing in on a new way of presenting them. Presented in a range of colors that best any picnic tablecloth, they’re likely to find fans beyond the more traditional wearer. Anything but precious, this print — whether blown up in size or sexed up in sheers — is primed for a street-style-worthy comeback.”——Popsugar
And I find two cheap and lovely items for you to follow this trend.
Top 3 Denim
“The most American of textiles in more iterations (Dresses! Coats! Pants! Jumpsuits!) than you can shake a leg at; from dark wash to lace-up, bedazzled and more—it’s jean genius.” ——Vogue
Top 2 Head-to-toe white
“At this point, it isn’t about the rules of when you can wear all-white; it’s about how you wear it. New styling tricks include mixing textures, layering multiple pieces, and teaming various shades.” ——Glamour
It’s really a good idea to refresh your getup. And I recommend to you the following 2 items. These two dresses on you will be gorgeous.
Top 1 Boho everywhere
“Ditch your mini-skirts and tank tops for something a bit more romantic (and comfortable). The new boho look for spring 2015 comes courtesy of designers such as Vera Wang, who sent soft floor-sweeping dresses down the runway; Dries Van Noten, who got creative with funky prints; and Tommy Hilfiger, who dressed his models in hippie looks with a twist.” ——Huffingtonpost
Bohemian is really the ones who steal my heart! It makes all girl’s sweet and beautiful.
Never afraid to try a new style and always looks effortlessly glamorous. Tell me which new trend you will follow?