March 14 2007 Women's Fashion Newsletter
We’re well into March now and Spring is slowly but surely starting to make an entrance – great news for those of us who are starting to tire of our Winter wardrobes! If you’re looking forward to shelling out on a new Spring wardrobe but need more time to save the pennies, why not take action on old clothes and inject a little style through clever customisation?
Click here to find out how you can teach your old clothes a few new tricks – and save some cash at the same time.
As we look towards the warm Spring weather, bringing with it bright bikinis, flowing summer dresses and glamorous beachwear, the designer fashion world looks to Autumn/Winter ’07 after the global Fashion Weeks of New York, London, Milan & Paris.
Want to keep up with the fast-fashion crowd yourself this year? Check out the fashion forecast from London Fashion Week, revealing a selection of styles and trends for this winter:
QUICK TIP: Invest in a graphic printed tunic dress or bubble-hem trapeze skirt – think volume, volume, volume and architecturally inspired prints for truly stylish Autumn/Winter 07 look.
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THE WOMEN’S FASHION BAROMETRE OF COOL: LEGS
Women’s Fashion LOVES: Wide-leg trousers – they’re back and they’re hot. Wear with a tucked in, tailored shirt and if you’re keen to really sport the trend, go for a high-waisted pair for a sophisticated 1940’s feel.
Women’s Fashion LOATHES: White skinny jeans – does anyone actually look good in these apart from Victoria Beckham? I think we’ll leave this trend to the ever-shrinking A-Listers!
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Vicky Talbot, Women's Fashion Editor
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