Runway to Real Way. Flower Power

March 12, 2008 • Fashion


Jenn Scott for Second City Style Magazine

As the warm days become more frequent, the styles, patterns, and
textures become brighter and lighter. Just as fruits are coming into
season and flowers are starting to bloom, so are bright, colorful
items. The coming season boasts vibrant shape and color.

As we all strive to make our world a better place in one way or
another, an effort to return to our basic needs becomes evident in all
areas of life. Designers are using bright, simple, and classic lines and colors.
Eco-friendly options have captured the ever-hungry market’s attention,
and the beautiful things in nature are taking center stage.

Nature has become a big influence in this season’s trends.
And why not? What is more beautiful than a garden or a single red rose?
Twentieth century girls do things different, and they prefer to wear
their bouquets in the form of dresses, shoes, and accessories.

This season offers more than one option to capture the natural, flirty look of spring.

What better way to show off feminine curves than with feminine,
floral patterns. These are no longer reserved for Granny’s robe, so
feel free to give it a try. After a long run of harsh, edgy, masculine
fashion fun, the patterns for spring will be a breath of fresh air and
a new bloom to the fashion industry.

Whether you prefer brighter or earthy colors, you can’t go wrong with floral or plant print. Celebrate the elegance of being you with styles that are deeply rooted in the environment that you live in.

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One Response to Runway to Real Way. Flower Power

  1. James says:

    wow….Great collection. Flower power…truely named. By the way, you have forgotten to include the king of flowers … “Rose” in this collection. What do you think of a separate Rose collection specifically for valentine day? Such pair of cloths, would be great gift for my valentine along with red roses.

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