This has turned out to be a part two continuation of our last spring look articles. . . I hope you enjoy taking a look at all the great looks awaiting you in spring 2008. I'm still looking for trendy plus pieces, and I know I'm not alone. Here are some pieces I recommend to get you started!
Transparent is certainly not the easiest trend to pull off, but lingerie-inspired items can take a variety of forms. Instead of the spaghetti strapped, light-as-air versions we saw on the runways, try something in lace, for example, in a silhouette that best flatters you.
Dip-dyedpieces really made their mark on the spring 2008 runways, and so can your new dress. We saw it in all colors of the rainbow, from navy-meets-juicy reds to wonderful peaches, oranges, and blues. Take your pick-- there's nothing amiss with any.
Ombre and tie dye in the same season? Oh, yes! Take your pick between subtly faded colors and full-on brights this spring, with plenty of choices for both. I've found some interesting tie-dyed pieces in white and blue as well, so you don't need to embrace the rainbow palette just yet if you don't want to.
I chose neon with the belief that we can truly work this into our wardrobe, no matter how challenging it looks. I'm fully convinced that a vibrant yellow or a fun pink can work very much in our favor. I've linked here to yellow dresses, which are quire wearable indeed.
White always sounds right, wouldn't you agree? It's light and bright, and it works for all occasions. I've been spotting so many plus white-plus-pattern dresses that I'm sure you'll find something you love. If white's not for you in the day-to-day, try a white beach cover-up instead.
Possibly the friendliest of all, neutrals are here and very in for spring 2008. Aim for a khaki shirtdress, a tan swing skirt, or a pencil piece in taupe, and then marry it to a ditsy floral to top things off.