As Seen In The New York Times: Which Spring Trends to Try First?
We are excited to see our silk wrap dress mentioned in New York Times Spring Trends. Here is an exert:
Which Spring Trends to Try First?
By Natalie Matthews Butcher
The most fun ones, of course.
Everyone knows that the weather and the Gregorian calendar don’t always communicate. Still, that shouldn’t stop us from getting excited about the official beginning of spring.
Even if the vernal equinox doesn’t instantly usher in warmer weather, the ceremonial end of winter is a decent excuse to prep your spring wardrobe. To start, focus on a few key trends for the season, specifically the more playful ones below. Whether it’s grown-up tie-dye or oversize barrettes, there is nothing austere here. And that’s the point.
Tons of Tie-Dye
Where didn’t we see tie-dye during the spring shows? It popped up at Calvin Klein, Prada and Dior and dominated at Stella McCartney. Take a cue from the runways and forgo the familiar tie-dyed tee in favor of a more unexpected psychedelic print — on ladylike mules, say, or on a top-handle bag.
From left: 3.1 Phillip Lim cargo shorts, $295 at ssense.com; Anna Kosturova silk maxi-dress, $525 at mytheresa.com; Prada patent leather mules, $850 at bergdorfgoodman.com; Amélie Pichard leather bag, $610 at thewebster.us.
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