70s fashion for Spring

The 70s Make A Comeback: How To Look Retro For Spring

Now that it is officially spring, you can shrug off the bulky layers and sweaters for a more relaxed look.

It seems that this spring is all about rocking 70s fashion!

lamented Peter Dundas, the creative director of Emilio Pucci, filled his spring line with 70s throwbacks like flares, peasant blouses, and a vintage palette of purple, turquoise, and rust. Breezy silhouettes and fun patterned prints are great for hitting up a local flea market or comfortably relaxing with a good book.

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Edgy Floral Print for Spring

When one thinks of floral print, what images come to mind? Dainty dresses accented with pearl necklaces? Or delicate skirts fluttering in the wind during an afternoon stroll with a golden retriever puppy? More often than not, floral print is associated with feminine refinement or girlish cuteness. But as with all things in fashion, this idea can be altered and turned stylishly upside down. This Spring, consider floral print as a way to be edgy and modernly chic. With this consideration in mind, you’ll be amazed at the looks you can come up with.

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Styling with Pantone’s Color of the Year – Radiant Orchid

The unveiling of Pantone’s “Color of the Year” has always been a treat for designers and fashion lovers alike. Pantone is the color authority, with their color Matching System consistently being used as the ultimate color guide by various industries, including the fashion industry.

The color unveiling for 2014, Radiant Orchid, is no exception. Like the orchid flower, the Pantone hue emanates the blooming energy of springtime with a timeless elegance. As far as styling your life with Pantone’s Radiant Orchid, you can imagine that the power couple of energy and elegance will work in your favor!