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Helloooo My lovelies!

As an person who keeps up with the most exciting time of the year…. FASHION WEEK! *YAAAAYYY* I thought I’d fill you guys in on what is expected in stores this season. This would include things to avoid and things to try. Remember keep true to YOUR style, not TRENDS.

I will begin with PARIS – FASHION WEEK! Spring/Summer 2012

“They have to be artfully cut, of course. Some were. Others were borderline. And the ones with pleats bunching over the hips were insanity.

Refreshing too, were all the floaty, fluid, kilty skirts, designed to be worn with hip-length tunic tops – another way to wear a drop-waist silhouette, but this time one that nods to the Sixties rather than the Twenties” – (description of the street style fashion Paris, by  LISA ARMSTRONG)

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MY personal top 5 runway look countdown.

Interesting structures, very architectural shapes, layers, and soft neutral colors

Interesting structures, very architectural shapes, layers, and soft neutral colors

lace-y cut-out dresses, full of life and colors

lace-y cut-out dresses, full of life and colors

Color Block, strong polished look, mix-match

Color Block, strong polished look, mix-match

I'm just in total "awe" over that silky dress!

I'm just in total "awe" over that silky dress!

Bring on those 70 models in their whisper-light, silk gazar jewelled dresses and airy, loosely woven tweed as they march around giant shells and fish to Wagner's Valkyrie. The theme was aquatic and Lagerfeld didn't spare the (sea) horses. (LA)

Bring on those 70 models in their whisper-light, silk gazar jewelled dresses and airy, loosely woven tweed as they march around giant shells and fish to Wagner's Valkyrie. The theme was aquatic and Lagerfeld didn't spare the (sea) horses. (LA)

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