Top Hairstyles for Spring 2015

Whether embellished, slicked back, pulled high and tight or worn down in loose waves, the hairstyles on the spring runways all had one thing in common: serious length. Start growing out your bobs and lobs because long hair is back and it’s cooler than ever. Here, our favorite trends from the Spring 2015 shows.

Braids ‘in the mix’ of best hairstyles for 2015

Braided Hairstyles 2015

Braided Hairstyles 2015

The popularity of braids will continue and judging by the imaginative new braid styles that delight us each new season, we can look forward to some fascinating new braiding techniques and styles.

There will be a resurgence of vintage braid styles – and there’s a centuries’ old tradition of braids to choose from! I expect to see messy 1960’s Brigitte Bardot side-plaits along with some sleek and elegant formal braids for evening wear.

Scarves, ribbons and old lace

Braid for Long Hair

Braid for Long Hair

The styles we’ve seen range from cute French braids on side-swept styles to punk/Goth romantic creations. Dolce & Gabbana and Givenchy models wore fantastic braids and braids intertwined with silk scarves, ribbons, rags and bits of old lace are finally being featured by the big fashion brands.

Top Tip: Try making a thin French head plait from forehead to crown instead of a parting for a totally unique take on the braided detail!

The constantly evolving pony-tail

Pony-tail Hairstyle 2015

Pony-tail Hairstyle 2015

The pony-tail will keep its position as one of the best hairstyles for 2015, as it can be infinitely varied to suit every face shape and personal style!

For a stunning evening pony-tail, copy the extra-long bubble ponytail or take a leaf out of Victoria Beckham’s posh look-book and opt for a simple centre parting, with a straight pony-tail at the nape.

Grungy-boho-punky ponies

Grungy-boho-punky ponies

Grungy-boho-punky ponies

For a casual, grungy look there are messy ponies from ‘Rag & Bone’ and we loved the funky idea of creating different sections of texture and colour in a long pony-tail.

For instance, take a piece of fabric and fasten it to a section of hair by winding a piece of fine cord or string around them both. Then crimp another section, and twist some beads around a third section until you have a totally unique eclectic pony-tail!

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What to Wear for This Spring 2015

1. Khaki

Khaki

Khaki

Since it first hit the runway over 40 years ago, khaki has become a fashion classic, returning this season with a bang. Appearing in varying styles for a number of fashion houses, we saw suede khaki pieces at Chanel’s feminist protest, while Marc Jacobs offered sexy, military silhouettes and Ralph Lauren opted for Out of Africa, Safari-style glamour.

2. Bohemian

Bohemian Dresses

Bohemian Dresses

Stepping straight out of 1970s Marrakesh, these long, flowing dresses will billow in the breeze next summer as you take on the elements in style. This season, the luxury bohemian trend, inspired by Talitha Getty’s iconic hippie-chic look, took to the runway in powder pink silhouettes for Alberta Ferretti, kaleidoscope motifs at Etro while Claire Waight Keller toyed with lace and pleat effects at Chloe.

3. Jumpsuits

Jumpsuits

Jumpsuits

From fighter pilots to technicians, this season, designers took inspiration from the world of industry, to create fashion-forward utilitarian looks. At Dior, Pucci and Ralph Lauren all-in-ones and jumpsuits were given a couture edge with accessories such as leather belts, scarves and statement jewelry, as well as extra long zips and straps with oversized buttons. Swapping the warehouse for an art gallery the jumpsuit is the uniform for the chic and sophisticated this season.

4. Patchwork Denim

Patchwork Denim

Patchwork Denim

Next season denim makes its return to the runway, reinvented in faded blues and a range of textured effects, to take on a persona that shifts between good-girl bourgeois and sex siren on her day off. From more conventional end of the spectrum, first prize goes to the little Gucci dress for the carefully pulled-together cowgirl look, the Burberry trench that awakens the codes of British style with its contrasting suede panels, while Tommy Hilfiger’s patchwork ensemble spans the denim color palette, with stitched-together square jean pieces.

5. Romantic Lace

Romantic Lace Dresses

Romantic Lace Dresses

Like the Romantic heroines, the girls at Valentino, Chloé and Louis Vuitton were dressed in delicate fabrics that played on the transparency of ethereal white lace. The intricately worked fabric delicately unveils bare skin, lifting a veil of desire on the runway.

6. Black Mesh

Black Mesh Dresses

Black Mesh Dresses

Worn all-over or a as a single piece, mesh is this season’s answer to graphic sportswear. Banded across the chest on a top or a dress, the sheer fabric gives a suggestive allure, partly revealing and partly concealing what lies beneath.

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The Latest Fashion Trends for Spring 2015

We know that spring seems so far away (sob!) but trust us, the time will go by quickly. So, follow us to find the latest fashion trends for spring 2015.

Boho Everywhere

Boho Dresses

Boho Dresses

Ditch your mini-skirts and tank tops for something a bit more romantic (and comfortable). The new boho look for spring 2015 comes courtesy of designers such as Vera Wang, who sent soft floor-sweeping dresses down the runway; Dries Van Noten, who got creative with funky prints; and Tommy Hilfiger, who dressed his models in hippie looks with a twist.

Bridal White

White Bridesmaid Dresses

White Bridesmaid Dresses

For all you brides-to-be who are getting hitched in 2015, this is your lucky year. The spring/summer 2015 runways were filled with a variety of gorgeous white hues on everything from mini-dresses to Victorian-era looks with a modern edge. Designers such as Louis Vuitton, Erdem and Givenchy gave the spring hue new life in their collections.

Fresh Florals

Fashion Florals

Fashion Florals

“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Yes, we’ll never get tired of listening to Miranda Priestly chastise a Runway minion, but she does have a point. Fortunately, designers such as Chanel, Marni and Miu Miu offered thoroughly modern florals for the thoroughly modern woman. Think big, bold and unabashedly feminine. Florals: they’re here for good.

The New Crop Top

The New Crop Top Fashion

The New Crop Top Fashion

And we can’t stop…and we won’t stop (wearing crop tops, that is). Sure, Miley Cyrus made crop tops the uniform of 2013 and 2014, but the revealing outerwear of 2015 turns it on its head. Think ladylike and elegant (as seen at Oscar de la Renta), as well as boxy (at Marc Jacobs) and even brunch-worthy (as seen at Michael Kors). Crop tops are for everyone in 2015.

Sheer, Sheer And More Sheer

Sheer Fabrics Dresses

Sheer Fabrics Dresses

Let’s face it: sheer fabrics are never going away and thank goodness—not only do they jazz up tops and dresses but they make us feel like we’re wearing nothing, which is pleasing. But of course, designers wouldn’t be designers if they didn’t mix things up, which is why labels such as Ports 1961 and Roberto Cavalli led the charge with daring and outrageously feminine sheer looks on the spring 2015 runways.

Gingham Is The New Black

Gingham Dresses

Gingham Dresses

There’s no doubt about it: gingham is a bold look, but it wouldn’t be spring if we weren’t ditching our cold winter colours for a bright print. Luckily, there’s a gingham for everyone come spring 2015, in the form of Swinging Sixties mini-dresses, crop tops (see above), power suits and adorable shorts.

Flats And Sneakers

Wear Flats Sneakers Casual

Wear Flats Sneakers Casual

Long live flats! Long live sneakers! The spring/summer 2015 collections basically said that heels are dead (RIP) and resurrected flats and sneakers as the go-to shoe of the season. Labels such as Chanel and Peter Som paved the way with their chic and comfortable footwear. (It’s about time.)

Restructured Denim

Restructured Denim

Restructured Denim

Listen up, Canucks: denim is not just used for a Canadian tuxedo, ok? Ok. So, designers got to work at creating denim looks that were thoroughly cool and modern, including bedazzled pants (at Dolce & Gabbana), asymmetrical dresses (at Bottega Veneta) and comfy jumpsuits (at Chloé). You guys, denim is hip again!

Polo Shirts

Womens Polo Shirts

Womens Polo Shirts

Remember those Ralph Lauren polo shirts everyone wore in the ’90s? Well, they’re back and better than ever (and honestly, we’d never thought we’d say that). So yes, Polo Ralph Lauren sent his iconic shirt down the spring/summer 2015 runway but this variation was bright and paired with a maxi skirt, ensuring that you’ll literally be the most comfortable person on Earth. Other designers got in on the classic look too, including Alexander Wang and Tory Burch.

Leather

Womens Leather Jackets

Womens Leather Jackets

Like florals (and apparently polo shirts), leather is here to stay. Designers such as Saint Laurent and Isabel Marant made us realize that none of us have enough leather in our wardrobes (as we look at at least 10 leather pieces in our closets) with fun pieces such as shorts, wide belts and the cutest jackets. We love you, leather.

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Most Wearable Fashion Trends for Spring 2015

1. Shirt Dresses

Shirt Dresses

Shirt Dresses

In an anything-but-tame turn, designers reimagined this classic shape with drop waists, double high slits, and more. It’s like a Choose Your Own Adventure book, but for your closet.

2. Yellow

Yellow Dresses

Yellow Dresses

Before you scoff and say “not for me,” hear us out. From amber and canary to saffron and marigold, trust that there is a shade of yellow for everyone. The trick is figuring out your skin’s undertone, then finding the hue that best complements it.

3. Gingham

Gingham Dresses

Gingham Dresses

Fall may have brought us proper plaids, but for spring it’s all about the tiny check. The best part? It has a sexy, swingy vibe—not a touch of Pollyanna in sight.

4. Black and White

Black And White Dresses

Black And White Dresses

The trend’s not groundbreaking, but black and white is everywhere. What makes this season’s take on the classic color combination interesting, though, are the various textures, patterns, and silhouettes.

5. Culottes

Culottes

Culottes

It looks like spring 2014′s major short style is sticking around in 2015. Take the silhouette to work this season by pairing it with blazers, tailored button-downs, and high heels.

6. Blue and White

Blue and White Dresses

Blue and White Dresses

If black and white is too stark for you, this subtle version may be more your speed. Give it a try when you feel like making a statement with little to no color.

7. Medium-Size Obi Belts

Medium-Size Obi Belts

Medium-Size Obi Belts

Consider it one of spring’s most flattering trends. Tie on an obi belt and knot it to the side for optimum waist-whittling benefits.

8. One-Shoulder Cuts

One-Shoulder Dresses

One-Shoulder Dresses

Believe it or not, your shoulders have become the sexiest part of your body overnight! Show them off in these one-shoulder tops and dresses (a twist on spring 2014′s off-the-shoulder ones) that are perfect for date night.

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What to Wear This Winter for Fashion Girl

Personally I love winter. There is something about snow and being able to cozy up with a blanket while drinking hot chocolate that really makes me happy. Winter is also a great time to play with layers and with fashion in general.

Here is a list of seven fashion basics that I think every girl should own for the winter.

1. Oversized Knit Sweater

Oversized Knit Sweater

Oversized Knit Sweater

Oversized knit sweaters are a must have for the winter. They are quick and easy to throw on but still look like you put in a lot of effort. Plus, they are awesome for early morning class! You can make a quick outfit for that 8 a.m. with an oversized knit sweater, leggings, high socks and a pair of boots. Super quick and super put together.

2.  Skinny Black Jeans

Skinny Black Jeans

Skinny Black Jeans

Black jeans are a staple piece in every girl’s closet. I think they are super great for all seasons but especially for the winter because they look awesome with boots. You can literally pair them with a pair of boots and every shirt in your closet, from a basic white tee to a button down and blazer.

3. Beanie Hat

Beanie Hat

Beanie Hat

No one likes cold ears or messy hair. A beanie hat is a perfect solution for both those issues. They keep your ears warm while looking super cute! They also hide your hair on those days you didn’t want to get up super early before class and shower.

The best part is that they come in a ton of different colors so there is one that’s perfect for everyone.

4. Texting Gloves

Texting Gloves

Texting Gloves

Everyone has had one of those moments when they are standing at the bus stop and they want to take their phone out to check when the next bus is coming but it is too cold to take your hands out of your pockets.

Texting gloves are a necessity in times like that. They make the walk to class much more enjoyable because you are able to change your music, send a text or do whatever else on your phone without freezing your fingers off.

5. Oversized Scarf

Oversized Scarf

Oversized Scarf

An oversized scarf is a great way to keep warm but still look chic. They are super easy to throw on and match with everything; you can get a basic color like black or gray or you can get a bold statement one that will make an all black outfit pop. They are a really fun layer to add to any outfit in the colder months.

6. Combat Boots

Combat Boots

Combat Boots

I live in my combat boots in the winter. They are a little bit edgy but still put together. They are another one of those items that are super easy to throw on but still look nice on. You can wear them with leggings and a hoodie or make them more dressy with black skinny jeans and a blazer.

7. A Warm Coat

A Warm Coat

A Warm Coat

Walking to class gets super cold so I think every girl should own a nice warm winter coat. They can also be super cute like a parka jacket or a long fluffy jacket. Yes, they are a little pricey but they are definitely worth having while you are in school!

What do you think is a winter basic every girl should have in the winter?

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Chicest Snow Boots for Winter 2014

1. Uggs Snow Boots

Ugg Snow Boots

Ugg Snow Boots

Your niece’s Uggs, these are not. The Australian company has added smooth leather, sleek back zippers and sturdy stacked heels to their slouchy best-seller. But fear not: There’s still plenty of that cozy sheepskin on the inside.

2. Winter Whites Snow Boots

Winter Whites Snow Boots

Winter Whites Snow Boots

When the fluffy white stuff melts into filthy sludge and foot-deep puddles (any city dweller can relate), you’ll need MoovBoot’s rubber kicks ASAP. Lined with sheepskin, they’re warmer than those other Wellies.

3. Chanel Snow Boots

Chanel Snow Boots

Chanel Snow Boots

With their flat rubber soles, these chic suede boots are perfect for icy sidewalks. And yes dear, they are Chanel, so stay clear of said sludge, lest the pristine white turn an unfortunate shade of gray.

4. Nine West Snow Boots

Nine West Snow Boots

Nine West Snow Boots

On the decidedly less extravagant side are Nine West’s suede and faux fur boots. Worn to the office or a party, with a dress or with jeans (over or under them), they are the epitome of versatility.

5. Timberland Snow Boots

Timberland Snow Boots

Timberland Snow Boots

Call it lumberjack chic. Timberland’s 14-inch leather boot not only looks crazy-cool (several fashion editors we know have already placed orders) but it’s also waterproof, with a moisture-wicking lining to keep tootsies dry. For an extra $30, the firm will monogram the tongue and heel to your liking.

6. Burberry Snow Boots

Burberry Snow Boots

Burberry Snow Boots

Burberry revisits the Seventies with this retro moon boot, bedecked in the house’s signature check pattern and gussied up with disco-ball silver patent trim.

7. Cole Haan Snow Boots

Cole Haan Snow Boots

Cole Haan Snow Boots

Bored of the ubiquitous shearling boot? Cole Haan’s version is sleeker, but just as toasty.

8. Jimmy Choo Snow Boots

Jimmy Choo Snow Boots

Jimmy Choo Snow Boots

If price is no object… not only is this kick by Jimmy Choo one of the chicest biker boots we’ve seen of late, but it’s also lined with plush rabbit fur. We are in love.

9. Michael Kors Snow Boots

Michael Kors Snow Boots

Michael Kors Snow Boots

For those who can’t live without their heels, Michael Kors has come to the rescue. These suede booties are one part practical (nubby rubber soles), one part Carrie Bradshaw (way-tall stacked heel).

10. Donald J Pliner Snow Boots

Donald J Pliner Snow Boots

Donald J Pliner Snow Boots

While not exactly suited for a white-out, these Donald J Pliner wedge booties walk the dressy-practical line with their faux-croc patent leather and shearling lining.

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How to Wear a Winter Scarf

How can you not love scarves? Not only are they completely complimentary to your winter wardrobe but they also keep you warm. Actually, let’s be honest for a minute. No winter wardrobe is complete without scarves. Although scarves are a winter must have there tends to be a mistery on how to wear them. It takes more than just throing it around your neck and tying it up. Scarves are a chic essential and can change the feel of an outfit instantly. Here are some great ways to wear scarves this winter so the next time you head out you’ll know what to do with that scarf.

1. The Double Loop

The Double Loop

The Double Loop

Place around your neck once with the seam in the back. Make a figure 8 in the front and put the bottom loop over your head one more time. You should now have two circles in the front. Make sure the two circles lie within each other so the scarf lays flat on your chest.

2. Fold and Loop

Fold and Loop

Fold and Loop

Fold the scarf in half by bringing the ends together, draping it around the back of your neck, and then bringing the ends through the loop. You can then adjust it to as tight or as loose as you want.

3. The French Knot

The French KnotTake a long scarf and fold it in half lengthwise. Loop it around your neck. Take one of the loose ends and go over the loop and then back under. Take the second free end and go under the loop and then back over. Adjust the length as needed.

4. The Necklace

The Necklace Scraf

The Necklace Scraf

Fold a long scarf if half lengthwise. Grab the diagonal ends and knot them together. Put it over your neck, then twist it and loop again.

5. The Layer Knot

The Layer Knot

The Layer Knot

Start by putting the scarf around the front of your neck so the ends hang in back. Wrap the end around to the front and loosen the loop so that its comfortable around you neck. Cross one end over the other and tie a knot. Make sure the end of the scarf hanging down in front is a bit longer than the end behind it, and make sure the longer end covers the shorter end. Adjust the first loop so that it covers the knot and creates a tail in the front.

6. Cozy Neck Tie Wrap

Cozy Neck Tie Wrap

Cozy Neck Tie Wrap

Take a long scarf and loop it twice around your neck. Tie the ends in a half knot and tuck them up under the scarf loops.

7. The Triple Loop

The Triple Loop

The Triple Loop

Place a circle scarf around your neck. Make a figure 8 in the front and pull the scarf over your head. Pull the scarf taut so the two loops are close to your neck. Twist the scarf in front of you to create another figure 8. Pull the scarf over your head one more time.

8. The Slip Knot

The Slip Knot

The Slip Knot

Fold your scarf lengthwise and insert the loose ends into the loop. Tighten the scarf in such a way that the loop with the two ends popping out cross over at the front of your neck.

9. The Girly Windsor

The Girly Windsor

The Girly Windsor

Place the scarf behind your neck and let the ends fall in the front and tie knots in both, allowing one of the knots to be looser than the other. Then tuck the tighter knot into the looser knot and pull to tighten. This will give you a tidy look as if you were wearing a loose tie.

10. The Pashmina

The Pashmina

The Pashmina

Fold the scarf in half. Position the center at the front of your neck, with the ends draped over your back. Crisscross the ends and bring them over to the front of your neck. Tie a loose knot at the front and tuck it underneath the wrapped portion of the scarf, keeping that upper layer (which covers the knot) loose. Flatten out the ends over the chest as much as you can, making them less puffy. Gently pull down the top layer to cover the knot. The result looks like a loose turtleneck combined with a scarf.

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What to Wear with Winter Cape Coat

Knowing what to wear with winter cape coat styles can be tricky. Cape coats can be a bit restrictive in their style, but if you’re smart with your outfit choices you can easily make them one of the more versatile pieces in your wardrobe. They’re also a fashionable alternative to your normal winter coat or jacket. Take a look at a few ideas for what to wear with cape coats in winter.

1. Wide Legged Jeans

Cape Coat with Wide Legged Jeans

Cape Coat with Wide Legged Jeans

When looking at what to wear with winter cape coats, play up their retro features. Team them with some wide legged jeans or flares for a ’70s inspired feel. Top off the look with a pussy bow blouse, platform heels, and a head full of polished waves. Not only will you be warm in the colder weather but you’ll look sizzling hot.

2. Turtleneck Top

Cape Coat with Turtleneck Top

Cape Coat with Turtleneck Top

The turtleneck top is a must-have piece for creating all the hottest layered looks this winter. For example, a black long-sleeved turtleneck top would #look great teamed with a camel coloured cape coat. Keep the rest of your look streamlined with slim fitting pants and a sleek hairstyle.

3. Long Gloves

Came Cape with Long Gloves

Came Cape with Long Gloves

Cape coats often leave #arms bare to the elements, so stay extra warm by donning a pair of long gloves. When it comes to what to wear with winter cape coat styles, I’d say gloves are almost an essential. You could opt for knitted gloves for something cosy, or leather gloves for a high-fashion look.

4. Knee High Boots

Cape Coat with Knee High Boots

Cape Coat with Knee High Boots

Cape coats and knee high boots are a match made in fashion heaven. Together they’re perfect for creating a glamorous and polished look. Wear your knee high boots and capes with skinny jeans or tights and dresses.  You can make your #look sleek and mod or put together an equestrian type of ensemble.

5. Top Handle Bag

Cape Coat with Top Handle Bag

Cape Coat with Top Handle Bag

Cape coats can be pretty restrictive when it comes to choosing a handbag. Due to their style, you’re not going to be able to wear a handbag on your shoulder. So when looking at what to wear with winter cape coats, choose #bag with top handles that you can carry on the crook of your elbow.

6. Wide Brimmed Hat

Cape Coat Wide Brimmed Hat

Cape Coat Wide Brimmed Hat

Modern cape coats are perfect for creating a sophisticated and glamorous appearance. A wide-brimmed hat is a stylish way to top off your caped outfit. As a bonus they’ll also keep your head warm in the winter chill! Besides, hats are underrated accessories, so why not bring them back this season?

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How to Wear A Beanie This Winter

How to wear a beanie may seem like a simple enough question, and for the most part it is. Just stick it on your head and you’re good to go, right? However, there are plenty of different styles of beanies and when it comes to how to wear beanies this season, there’s more than meets the eye.

1. Beanie and Bangs

Beanie and Bangs

Beanie and Bangs

Show off your fringe by slightly pushing your beanie hat back towards your crown.

2. Beanie and Side-swept Hair

Beanie and Side-swept Hair

Beanie and Side-swept Hair

This super casual look is simple with longer lengths, but can easily be worn on short-to-medium length hair by using hairspray and bobby pins to keep everything in place.

3. Beanie and Loose Locks

Beanie and Loose Locks

Beanie and Loose Locks

For a slightly undone finish, shake up your strands (texturizing sea salt spray helps to build volume) and slip on a beanie.

4. Beanie and Braids

Beanie and Braids

Beanie and Braids

This is the perfect weekend hairstyle for when you’re running around doing chores (or shopping).

5. Beanie with Hair Tucked in

Beanie with Hair Tucked in

Beanie with Hair Tucked in

And for those bad hair days, you can never go wrong by just covering up completely with a beanie.

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How to Wear Sweater with Skirt

The skirt and sweater combination is a popular outfit option for fall and winter. From grunge-inspired looks to polished outfits, there are many variations on the combination. Wearing these two pieces together with boots or your favorite heels will give you a trendy look for this winter.

1. Casual Cable Knit

Casual Cable Knit with Shirt

Casual Cable Knit with Shirt

The sea green cable knit sweater works well with the light denim skirt. The collar peeking out at the top and pom pom beanie add cute touches to the outfit. Tan boots and a bag complete this casual everyday look.

2. Minimalist Monochrome

Minimalist Monochrome Sweater and Skirt

Minimalist Monochrome Sweater and Skirt

Monochrome looks are really having a moment. Ivelina teamed her white ASOS skirt with a Zara sweater and a beanie from H&M. The shiny boots and perforated bag add sleek and edgy touches to this otherwise ladylike look.

3. Sheer and Light

Sheer skirts and Sweater

Sheer skirts and Sweater

Sheer skirts are a popular choice during the summer months, but you could always make them work in the cooler months with some artful layering. We spotted this cute skirt and sweater combo over on the Topshop Tumblr. The pastel purple sweater and sheer skirt create quite a girlie combination but the thigh-high lace-up boots add a racy touch to the entire look.

4. Tulie Tutu

Tulie Tutu with Sweater

Tulie Tutu with Sweater

Nothing says sweet and girlie dressing quite like a tulle tutu. The combination of the skirt and sweater is quite sweet but the hot pink sneakers, shiny metallic clutch, and chunky necklace add fun and unexpected elements to the outfit.

5. Fluffy and Flippy

Fluffy Sweater and Flippy Printed Skirt

Fluffy Sweater and Flippy Printed Skirt

Wear your favourite summer skirt in between seasons by pairing it with a cosy sweater. The fluffy sweater works well teamed with the flippy printed skirt with sandals. You could also switch the sandals for ankle boots for a more fall appropriate look.

6. Cartoon Print

Cartoon Sweater with Skirt

Cartoon Sweater with Skirt

Quirky printed sweaters are a fun way to update your outfits this season. The Goofy cartoon print sweater looks like it could be a childhood favourite and it’s quite a quirky pairing when teamed with a high-fashion ruffled skirt.

7. Oversized Gingham

Gingham Skirt with Sweater

Gingham Skirt with Sweater

Gingham is certainly having a moment right now. Patent platform heels, chunky jewellery, and statement sunglasses add contemporary touches to what would usually be a quite ladylike outfit.

8. Colour Clash

Colour Clash Sweater with Skirt

Colour Clash Sweater with Skirt

Blogger Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific works a colour clashing combo. She teams a hot pink J.Crew Sweater with a bright red Tibi skirt. Red heels streamline this boldly modern take on ladylike dressing.

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