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Yeah, we’re not kidding. You need a printed bra top. With the 90s fashion resurgence well upon us, it has become apparent that this is one trend essential that every girl needs to ride out the fashion wave.
Yep, we get it. You’re thinking, “Didn’t those resurface a few years ago and not really take off? And they’re back?” In fact, yes, they are. But this time around the wide-leg trousers are back with a vengeance, and by “vengeance” we mean “prints.”
Seersucker is a dangerous fabric. Here are 6 rules to live by if you’d like to avoid being sartorially maimed by the summer staple. [The Gloss]
Fashion in the 1970s was a response to the forced futurism of the 1960s. It’s not uncanny that a parallel is drawn between then and now, especially as stores are stocking up on their spring inventory that echoes the decade of free love and youth expression. Designers today may be reacting to other obstacles –- high manufacturing and shipping costs or the many show seasons in any given year perhaps -– but a call to this rebellious decade is clearly the focal point for many Spring 2010 collections.
Don’t get us wrong, we’re always up for a little sartorial experimentation. A sequin here; a strong shoulder there. But there are times in fashion when things just get ugly. Like WTF, clogs? Alas, with the glut of celebrities who’ve been giving the clog their tacit endorsement we’ve got a feeling this one is going to last through spring, so in the interest of all things semi-chic here’s your field guide to fugly footwear. Tread carefully, ladies.