Last fall and winter the top color was wine, but with spring, along with our longer day-light hours, we're finding that the shade is lightening up, too. Now, the top color is wine's much less intense cousin, rose. For those wine-lovers out there, it's sort of like the fall/winter season was a fine Merlot and now spring is a Rosé.
This lighter, muted trend is evident with other colors, too: for instance, we're seeing a dark salmon instead of a bright coral. But by the time summer comes, have no fear that these colors will in turn brighten up, from a Blush Rosé to a fruity White Zinfandel.
Cheers and Happy Spring from your SurpriseStyleScarves Fashionistas
Flowers are back in a big way this spring. And we don't mean a hint or a peek of floral. No. No shrinking violets here. In fact, we're seeing that too much is not enough when it comes to florals. That's right -- head to toe, back to front, top to bottom ... don't worry that it's too much, because it isn't.
And the good news is that it doesn't seem that shades matter. You can wear bright or muted -- or, heck, even bright and muted -- and be sure of a fashion-forward look.
But if you want to really take your style to the next level, how about this trend: Be bold and accent your florals with a pattern such as a stripe. Imagine navy with a white stripe paired with a bright colored floral. Which is the scarf and which is the clothing, it doesn't really matter. We know you'll be a knockout.
XO, your SurpriseStyleScarves Fashionistas