Simona Kogan for Second City Style Magazine
Black and blue are so over — that’s if celebs have anything to say
about it! This spring, celebs are getting loud — and we don’t mean
dancing on tabletops Paris Hilton style!
In our last article, we told you that if you wanted to dress like a
celeb, you’re going to have to make noise, at least in the clothes
department. And it’s true, yellow, lime green, and bright purple are
all the rage. But if you really want to make a scene, you’re going to have to trade in those pastels for patterns and you’re going to have to learn to do it well.
It’s very easy to make a mess of graphic prints, and we’ve seen
debutantes like Lindsay Lohan and Paris make one too many mistakes. So how are you ever going to learn how to wear these motifs the right way?
Don’t fret! SCS is here to save the day. We’re here to show you how to wear patterns properly – with a twist. It’s time to get noticed the celeb way!
How To Wear: Paisley
Although this classic Indian motif was always around, celebs usually
stayed away from it, except for the occasional scarf around the neck or
the paisley purse. That’s because this big-time fashion risk was always
difficult to dress around without looking like Malibu Barbie.
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