Now that Spring is (almost) here, it is time to start a little bit of shopping. How about starting with the Trench Coat trend? The trend was seen on several runways: Celine, Maison Margiela, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Loewe, Max Mara, and Dries Van Noten to name only a few.
How are you doing? Are you enjoying Spring? I know I am 🙂
I was wondering, have you seen La La Land? I saw it in February, and I remember that when I got out of the theater I was all giddy. I wanted to dance, and I wanted to sing, and I wanted summer, … and I wanted to wear some colorful, flowy dresses. Just like Mia. I also want Ryan Gosling, but I think the “wearing colorful, flowy dresses” part will be easier.
I truly believe that an outfit can change your mood (Ryan Gosling could do that too). When I wear black, I mean business. When I wear fun prints, I feel quirky. When I wear colors, I feel happy. When I wear dresses I feel feminine. If we follow that logic, if I wear colorful dresses, I’ll feel happily feminine, right? Sounds awesome! Who wouldn’t want to feel that way?
The month of fashion weeks is in full swing, so I thought it would be a good idea to reflect on this exciting time of the year!
In September/October, brands showcase their spring and summer collections. I always found it a little weird to see those trends that we’ll only “experience” 6 months later, but hey, that’s fashion right?! ( Although things might be starting to change… see the end of this post)
The first fashion week is held in New York, followed by London, Milan, and finally Paris.
So the Euro 2016 has started and Belgium is playing tomorrow. I’m sure you’re all excited, and you want to be ready for the game. You made plans with your friends? Your rested your voice? You know the name of all the players by heart? You studied the rules? So now, the most important part: What to wear on game day?
I hope you’re all doing great, and that you can feel Spring coming… I personally can feel it, and I love it ❤
As you can see, I’ll address the Eternal Optimist trend in this post. According to InStyle, the Eternal Optimist is:
“You want to loathe her, but you can’t. She’s just the best, and so damn cool in her boldly colored actif-sportif outfits, ideal for dropping the kids off at school, doing yoga, and baking gluten-free cookies that happen to be delicious. Like Karlie Kloss, she’s a role model for the athleisure set, radiating positivity with a dazzling smile.”