and what not to follow and how do you know what to do
starting a new thread here on my blog
answering your questions.
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First- a disclaimer- I am not a trend ‘follower’
I mentioned that I was keeping my boot cut jeans because super skin tight skinny jeans-
well, we just don’t get along.
We have a relationship mind you but not a very loving one
and I have a few pairs of skinny capris which I wear often
but those uber tight paint them on skinnies?
Well, I tend to feel like I need to lose 20 pounds when I wear them
(incidentally a good diet motivator)
So I mostly stuck with what I love and feel good wearing.
Boot cut jeans.
They weren’t on trend- in fact-they really were soooo last week.
But even if it wasn’t, I would be wearing them.
certain Trend that I love is a
trend that is up and coming
the latest and greatest
if you like something- you like something.
#1. Trends are relevant.
Something new and on trend can infuse vibrancy and newness to a space or wardrobe.
Fresh is gooood.
If you never updated or brought anything new into the mix
it might start to feel stale.
#2. Trends can be perfect for you
And they offer a TON of inspiration for changes that you maybe
didn’t realize you wanted to make.
because they speak to me for one reason or another.
It might be something I saw in a magazine
if it hadn’t been everywhere and on trend
It may be something that all of a sudden I looked at in a different light.
But have you noticed that the most on trend and best fabrics, furniture, color palette in a room or wardrobe, etc.
are often tied to historically classic looks and designs?
I have noticed a common theme in their designs and wardrobes.
And that is that they take something classic and reinterpret it
to be more fresh color wise or style wise and I have to say- they. rock. it.
(And just as a side note- totally loving the colors of the year this year
And pieces with history and memories.
And those are considered ‘trendy’ from time to time but mostly are just what you like.
To me that is a trend that I love to live with all the time.
so she didn’t change it.
that you are crushing on
Like you found your style right there and you want to curl up with it and get married.
If yes- go for it!
you don’t have to love it or leave it-
in with accessories, new wall color or a single piece of furniture.
it is a matter of interpreting those trends to fit YOU best.
And I will delve further into what I took note of at Las Vegas Market last week
noticing what inspired me.
Yes, bring it home and love it
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