June 06, 2012

TRENDS TUTORIAL. PART ONE: neon accessories

Neons is a fun trend for this S/S season. I had so many email requests about how-to, I decided to make tutorial series.

Part one. Neon Accessories. 

Accessorizing is probably the easiest, safest and best for your $$$ way to update ANY wardrobe to a current trend. It does not take much of a change, yet it shoes that you are in tune with today's world, which is a must when you are a professional - whether a teacher or a fashion magazine editor, it will boost your confidence and radiate to others. 

Look 1. Modern.

A little "it-of-the-moment" on your wrist, a touch of color on your earlobes, and a clutch with a cleverly positioned color strip are all simple, clean and cutting edge modern.
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Look 2. Color Family.

 Matching colors identically can be such a headache. Besides, staying within the same color family adds more interest to an outfit and spares the strangers eyes ( with this much neon all over the streets , it CAN be catchy...)
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Look 3. Pattern Play.

Different enough to be interesting, but not too crazy to be tasteless , pattern mixing is THE thing to try for a weekend or a casual Friday.
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Look 4. Color Blocking.

 Color Blocking is a wonderful trend, that takes its well deserved permanent place in fashion classics. Easy to adopt to a current staple ( just go for plain bright accessories), and ANY plain outfit is transformed in seconds. Try all white, gray or a mix of neutrals for the summer. Color Blocking on basic colors can take you anywhere - from office to a date night to a party or a club. Sky is the limit. 
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  1. That blue clutch is amazing, I love it.

    1. I got one! In green, but I love it nonetheless!

  2. Love this tutorial! So thorough and all your picks are spot on!

    1. You are going to LOVE what's coming up and I'm working on right now!

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  4. I really like the pink shoes - Divine, refined. And the bracelets, of course))) especially number 4. Thanks Olya!


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