Mismatched Pairs

ORIGINALITY LIES WITH THE MIX. UNPREDICTABILITY IS THE ORDER OF THE DAY.

This season, designers are reinventing glamour, giving ladylike style a quirky edge. Seemingly thrown-together ensembles this spring blossom with color and accents from the’60s and 70s. Traditional Indian elements including beaded necklaces, bracelets, and sweaters-are in display, mostly adorned with boldly mixed floral, paisley, and animal prints.The key to staying hip is never looking too matched or put-together, instead flowing articles of an outfit together in an unpredictable style.

Dipping necklines, dangerously high skirt slits and the ever-returning bot pants, halter-tops, and bustiers, all lend themselves to clingy curves and hot nights out.

Men’s fashion follows suit with colors like melon green,sky blue,and”masculiiied” red, Loose-fitting, flat trousers have all but replaced the classic pleated slacks,Tissue weight suede is a bit for both bis and hers clothing,coming in just about any shade of the rainbow. Variety and punch are the name of the game in a season where there is one primary rule, namely:The more eccentric and eclectic, the better.



Katie: is wearing:

Dolce & Gabanna floral print jacket

Dolce & Gabanna leopard print skirt

Rebecca Taylor army green Bodicel all from Nieman Marcus

Cartwinght is wearing:

BCBG melon green mock turtleneck

BCBG charcoal flat front trousers! all from Neiman Marcus.

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