In a time of ever-increasing choices, knowing what to wear, and therefore what to purchase, will be exceedingly tough. Art and style intersected on the Spring 2018 runways, making for a colorful and rich strategy to shake up any wardrobe. From the bold Warhol-inspired pieces at Versace to cartoon works of art emblazoned onto Prada’s assortment, art is wearable in 2018.
Hardly ever unfashionable – however usually overshadowed by their Crayola counterparts – sherbert hues are having a second this summer season. And slightly than accenting or accessorising a look with a single piece, the runways have proved the facility of pastel head-to-toe.
For something slightly extra female that still speaks to that prairie theme, see this pink costume from Staud. The voluminous tulle gown comes with sheer sleeves and is embellished with tiny multicolored beads close to the hem. The small print make it feel a little bit extra fancy, so think about this the prairie-style look you’d wear to a marriage or backyard party.
Coco has been a daily fixture at Funktique Harajuku on weekends since 2012. In the last few years, as Coco leveled up from a cute child into a fun child with a robust personality, she started turning heads together with her amazing avenue fashion. With a mom who spent years styling Harajuku children, a father who is a classic fashion buyer, and entry to the complete Funktique Tokyo inventory, Coco positively had a head start. However none of that is as important as the way in which she wears her outfits and the super cute poses that she falls into when a camera factors in her route.
It is noteworthy that fashion’s interest in plastic is rising in tandem with society’s awareness of the perils of this synthetic cloth. Whereas some brands are investing … Read More...Continue reading