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Feb 09th

Spring style

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maemarie1It’s almost that time of year to put away those snow boots and tights and pull out those espadrilles and shorts and we have a few tips to help you bring Spring in with style. The trends to look out for this spring season are nautical, neutrals, and patterns. These looks are easy to incorporate into your closet and can be achieved by any person no matter your shape or size.

The nautical look gives you reminisce of a day on the yacht, highlighting the colors of the American flag. This look can be achieved with horizontal stripes, big buttons and navy. Neutrals can be picked up with nude and pastel colored blouses, skirts, and dresses in flowy materials. The look can also be achieved with shoes. In neutrals you are guaranteed to feel flirty and feminine. Patterns can cover a wide range of looks, the bigger the print, the better.

This look can be accomplished with floral, leopard, or polka dots, that can be worn either on top or bottom, but make sure to choose, having a print all over can sometimes be too much.

Other items you may want to add to your wardrobe this season are tribal necklaces, cork wedges, top handle satchels, and floral studs. And just because it’s Spring doesn’t mean you have to give up some of your winter favorites. Your favorite blazer, cardigan, and trench can be carried over into the next season to help round out your spring look.

maemarie3With the help of the new Forever 21 at Rosedale Mall and Registered Nurse Natalia LaHood, who served as our model, we were able to accomplish four looks showcasing potential ways these Spring trends can be achieved.

The key to staying in fashion is knowing how to incorporate each new trend to your own unique style. Fashion is one of those things that fades, but style remains the same, so it is important that when achieving any look, you stay true to yourself.

For any questions and further fashion tips on how to jazz up your wardrobe, contact MaEMaRiE at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .maemarie2

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