Trend Report: Spring/Summer 2010

Even though I just read a new report that it’s snowing in NYC (Whaaaat?), it’s technically Spring! Spring is the best time to start re-vamping your wardrobe, Look at the trends and add a little spice. Of course everything is not meant for everyone, but it doesn’t hurt to try someting new.
Pantone’s Spring/Summer 2010 Color Report
Take a look at the current color trends for spring/summer 2010 – these are the colors that desigers follow when they design their lines. Take note, you will see more items with these colors popping up in your favorite boutiques and retail stores.

Below are some of the hottest trends of Spring/Summer 2010. Pretty tame this year huh? I guess the past years recession has calmed down the trends this year. Gone is the banana yellow from last year – it’s all about the pales, nudes, and pastels.

Spring/Summer 2010

As for the items:

Bow details are definitely in this year.

Ruffles, ruffles, everywhere! Ruffled and tiered skirts are so very in this year. You may think the ruffle skirs are too young – but it can be worn by ladies in their 30’s too. Throw on a boyfriend jacket and you are ready to go.

Floral prints are big too – especially those printed on pretty chiffon-type cloth. Keep you eye open for dresses and halter-tops printed with these pretty details.

Military and Khaki – If there is one thing that EVERYONE can add to their closet this year it’s Khaki items and military inspired items. Shorts, pencil skirts, jackets, and pants are all waiting for spring with khaki colors and military details.

So, happy shopping! I hope you take my advice and add some of these details to your life.

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