Wardrobe must-haves for this season of 2013

Posted in: Feature Stories on Tuesday, 25 June 2013 13:20

by RashmiWalia, Founder, Stalkbuylove.com

1. Lacy Love: Lace detailing in apparel is one of the hottest trends in town! This feminine fabric is versatile and can add a touch of elegance to any outfit, be it a casual tee shirt or a lace detailing dress. Lace is all set to take summer by a storm.

2. Blooming Blossoms:  Nothing says pretty like a cute floral dress. A print that leaves you looking fresh and summery is definitely a wardrobe must-have. Floral prints are also seen going bold this season with bright colours and bold prints. An outfit with blossoms will surely give you the attention you love.

3. Neon Fever: It is a vibrant fashion forecast this season! A spectrum of bright and bold hues are on the receiving end of the fashion forward's attention, as they give a dramatic edge to your outfit. Embrace shades of shocking pink, bright yellow, icy blues, deep greens and you are all set to make a style statement.

4. Monochrome Mania: They say opposites attract, and that's certainly the case with one of the hottest fashion trends of 2013. Go for stripes, zebra prints, or zigzags from the wide range and style it up with high heels with smoky eyes and you’re all set to rock the party. There’s no room for grey this season, so for the ultimate in two-tone, go monochrome!

5. Pretty in Pastel: Vintage dresses in shades of pastel colours are stealing hearts this season. Candy shades of peach, pink, sunshine yellow, icy cool green among other shades of pastels are set to be a big trend this year. Pairing pastel with neutrals is also a great way of mixing this trend into your existing wardrobe.

6. Colour Blocking: Bold and block colours are one of the hottest trends this season. This lasting style is versatile and can be incorporated into any look be it as casual brunch with your girlfriends or a formal meeting with a client. The wisest choices in colour blocking emerge from either pairing colours opposite each other on the colour wheel or throwing together a statement, making colour with a basic neutral.