Fashion Trends — Spring 2010
Blooming designers and flirty fashionistas all around town are turning to blushing hues and floral prints for spring 2010. If fashion characterizes the expression of mood and personal style, the floral print is certainly a direct statement of the season. Over the last year we have seen the greeting of the garden print trend make an entrance onto the fashion scene. As we carry over to this season, the trend is accelerating at full force with noteworthy designers who are excited to reinvent these playful prints in an array of flattering compositions.
Among the many competing brands are Soaked in Luxury and Anthropologie. Their collections teem with flirtatious lace, gorgeous prints, and stunning silhouettes. Accentuating feminine curves is on the agenda this spring, and the key to the season is the radiance of playful pieces.
When it comes down to it, these fresh styles embrace a lifestyle that treasures all of life’s simple pleasures – whether it’s waking up to a beautiful morning, strolling by the park on a warm day in your favourite dress or enjoying a picnic with your loved ones. Look out for these lines as they playfully tease you into a sunlit season.
▶ The forecast calls for flirtatious floral prints and silk.
▶ Poppy hues and printed skirts are ripping the runway this season.
▶ Start digging in your mother’s closet. The strong-shouldered jackets of the late ’80s to early ’90s continue to be favoured. Snag a short tailored jacket from Soaked in Luxury, made to fit like a dream.
▶ Feminine pastels, nude tones and soft textured dresses turn heads under the sun.