June 12, 2014
In the world of fashion some trends come and go as fast as they arrived on the scene, and some make regular visits throughout history to reclaim their popularity. Although it is unknown what really makes a trend stick or stink, it seems that the ones that stand the test of time possess the unique combination of versatility, comfort and style appeal that draw us each and every time through generations.
Here are the top five current trends that have made a come back over and over again, the fashion trends that are worthy of your investment.
March 3, 2014
I live and breathe dresses. When you consider the fact that about 90% of my wardrobe is made up of dresses, and that I only have:
- one pair of jeans (because I think you should have at least one pair to qualify as a fashionista these days, and God forbid I don’t pass the bar as one!)
- one pair of black pants, and
- one pair of leggings (which I mostly use as pajamas)
I think I can comfortably state the above as a fact!
I am always hunting for the perfect plus-size dress for all my planned occasions, whether that event be tomorrow or a few years in the future. One never knows what kind of party life will throw at her, right? When I almost got married, I had three wedding dresses sitting in the closet. (OK, I admit, I may have gotten a tad too much carried away on that one.)
Jane Janeczko on
September 17, 2013
Hi, my name is Jane and I’m a trend addict. I love trends. I really do. I obsessively check issues of InStyle and Women’s Wear Daily so I can be on the cutting edge and I consistently update my wardrobe in some of the simplest ways I can with a well-placed necklace or a rocking new pair of booties. The classics are wonderful and important, but trends give us something to look forward to.
1. Tartan & Plaid
While I have never been to Scotland, some of the gorgeous tartan skirts out this season are giving me a sense of wanderlust. Mixing a good plaid with a soft sweater is effortless, comfortable and flattering.
The colored tights keep this outfit current and steer away the green and red from an overtly holiday palette. Credit: The Witchery Vintage