We’ve seen fringe all over the runways, and now it’s finally time to take those looks from the catwalk to the sidewalk! Welcome this bohemian, 1970s trend into your wardrobe with open arms because we’re bound to see it by the boatload this season. From bags to jackets, fringe is coming to a fashionista near you. (If it hasn’t already!)
March 20th is just around the corner and if your space needs an update to bring in the spring, check out these hot spring trends! Can’t make it to the Greek Isles this summer? Add a little bit of Greek Key to your space and bring the vacation to your home!
We think this may have something to do with the promise of spring in the near future, but we can’t get enough of bright and cheery pastels in decor. Get your home ready for the season by adding soft pastel elements to your decor.
An easy way to add pastels to your decor is with a piece of art. It can also give you a go-to color palette.
A pastel bathroom is a bright and cheery alternative to cool and clean tones usually reserved for bathrooms.
Does your old graphic tee need a glamorous upgrade? Give it the gusto it deserves with Swarovski crystals! We’re channeling spring and breathing bright color into this botanical print t-shirt by outlining the leaves in brilliant shades of emerald and olive.
What You’ll Need:
Graphic Tee (H&M)
Crystal Katana1. Decide which areas you would like to embellish with crystals. We decided to use the rhinestones to accent the palm fronds on the shirt.
Although there could only be one winner per category, if there were an award for best dressed last night, we wouldn’t be able to stop at just one Oscar.
Emma Stone sparkled in a chartreuse Elie Saab gown. The pastel dress paired with the bright peach lip really got us revved up for spring!
We’re at the edges of our seats waiting for tonight’s Oscars to air, and one of the categories that we’re most looking forward to seeing is Costume Design. This year’s contenders are strong, and range from quirky and colorful to dark and fantastical. Which movie had your favorite costumes this year?
Grand Budapest Hotel The quirky worlds that Wes Anderson creates are definitely not typical, and obviously the costume design has to follow suit. Despite the time period, the colors used in costumes in Grand Budapest Hotel really bring the eccentric characters to life.
Into the Woods
Taking a play that’s set in a fantasy world almost ensures an over-the-top wardrobe, and Into the Woods did not fail to deliver. The costumes in the film were brimming with trimming!
Set in the 1970s, Inherent Vice follows a private detective who is definitely more laid back than most, and the fashion reflects the California sunshine groovy aesthetic of the time.
A different take on a Disney classic, the costumes in Malificent definitely dare to bring on the drama. From coiled horn-headpieces to feathered frocks, this movie embraced the fantasy in their design.
Mr. Turner is a period piece about an eccentric painter, and thus took care to make sure the world they created for the characters was as beautiful as the paintings Turner created.