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It blooms soon

 

Do you like flowers as a print? This season it’s plenty of that. Let’s not doing too much with flowers because you don’t want to look like a hippie living in the wrong decades. The thing is to find the right balance, to combine with neutral colours and to not appear over disguised but to pretend that it fits you naturally.  🙂

Kristin
 

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Current material trends

Velvelt

This season velvet is the new black. It’s adding a new definition to the outfit and undoubtly gives you something elegant & chic. However i don’t like wearing velvet clothings because the velvet is not smooth to the touch and it captures easily the dust. Plus, i have long and lots of hair which get electrified in winter and this kind of material makes my hair messy. Last point, there are specific instructions for cleaning. Good Luck ! 🙂 Yes I do like the practical side.

Lace x Sequins x Shiny materials

It’s an annual rendez vous for lace & sequins especially for end of year parties. Shiny materials are something really new this season and have been declined in several textures and colors (metallic, vinyl, shiny, sparkles, glitter). About sequins, I’m personnally not a huge fan because it damages your other clothings and you can lost easily some sequins.

Tulle

I don’t know how it has been introduced this year but it’s not my kind of taste. It reminds me so much Carry Bradshow tutu in Sex and the City. You can notice this season is the trend of ballerina style (ballet flats, tulle skirts).

And you, do you like these new materials? what do you think?

Kristin.

(pictures are from & Other Stories, Mango, Pull & Bear, Rouje, Zara)