8 fashion trends for your 2008 wardrobe
Here’s a cherry picking of eight key fashion trends for 2008 according to an article from telegraph.co.uk which you might like to know especially if you’re on your way to revamping your wardrobe this year.
- Flower power
Invest in dresses or tops with floral prints such as dahlias, sunflowers, roses and tulips that work for you.
Play up on apparels with gorgeous, floaty frills and flounces of the softest chiffon, silk and man made fibre mixes.
- Nautical style
Be bold and salute the red, white and blue in your picks or go all-American with denim, stars and stripes.
Or take on the urban minimalist look with cool desert shades, fine leathers and linens, faux snake and wood accessories.
- Citrus shades
Spice up your wardrobe with oranges and lemons which are the new accent colours and mix match with neutral shades to balance the look.
Wear your drapery over jeans or with spike heels for a total modern look.
Forget the usual and add accessories such as feathered bag or jewelry for a difference.
- Extreme shapes
And if you’re into big skirts, then you may like to add crinolines into your wardrobe! (I’ll skip this.)
Check out the article for suggestions of which brands to get the look and what NOT to put together. A thumb of rule is, don’t get carried away and work on a coordinated and stylish look that suit your personality and budget instead.