Spring 2013 most Wearable Trends

Spring 2013 Trend: Black and White

“Spring trends” might typically call to mind Easter-egg colors and happy-go-lucky floral prints, but this season, designers put the emphasis on strong black-and-white looks (OK, there were a few floral prints, too). Appropriate to wear year-round, easy to pull off at every budget, and sleek enough to work at the office or on date night, this trend is the definition of wearable.

Alexander Wang, Jason Wu, Marc Jacobs, spring 2013

Spring 2013 Trend: Peekaboo Pieces

Speaking of date night, this spring you’ll have zero problem finding something sexy to wear: Daring cutouts, midriff-baring separates, up-to-there splits, and sheer fabrics were all over the runway. The beauty of this trend? There’s a peekaboo option for every body shape (and level of modesty) up for grabs.

BCBG, Cushnie et Ochs, Diane von Furstenberg, spring 2013

Spring 2013 Trend: Statement Sunglasses

Want to add a runway feel to your everyday basics? Pick up a pair of spring’s OMG-worthy sunglasses. They hit the runway in every shape and size, each pair louder and more fabulous than the next. (Case in point: Google’s augmented reality glasses even took a turn on the catwalk.)

Anna Sui, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Diane von Furstenberg, spring 2013

Spring 2013 Trend: Luxe Leather

Time-honored and fashionista-approved, a luxe leather piece is more than worth adding to your spring shopping list. Minimalistic shapes, rich colors, and a no-fuss approach to the hair, makeup, and accessories that complete the look make these investment items seem like they’re from 2013, not 1983. (And with spring clothes hitting stores in February, there’s no need to stress about the sweat factor.)

Derek Lam, Monique Lhuillier, Proenza Schouler, spring 2013

Spring 2013 Trend: Beautiful Beading

After fall 2012’s whirlwind of brocade, fur, and embellishment, it was no surprise to see a little razzle-dazzle on the spring catwalks. You could see influences everywhere from India and the Middle East to Russia, and it made for some seriously stunning evening wear. Push that itchy, too shiny sequined minidress to the back of your closet, gals. You won’t be needing it for a while.

Oscar de la Renta, Altuzarra, Marchesa, spring 2013ImageImageImageImage


2013 Grammys, What dress code?

The 2013 Grammy Awards were no place for wardrobe malfunctions. With a strict dress code this year, stars toned it down to the point of barely taking fashion risks, but there were a few head-turners.

Katy Perry, for instance, had everyone seeing double. The “Wide Awake” singer had eyes wide open with a skin-tight mint gown that would have been modest, if it weren’t for the huge keyhole cut out in the chest area.

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