The airport is the new runway for fashion styles and trends, and there is one particular accessory trend that is really taking off! Whether it’s wrapped around you to keep you warm, bundled up into a makeshift pillow, spread over you like a blanket or strategically draped around your neck to cover the on-flight meal stain; a scarf is an essential flight item! Check out these photos of celebrities and their travel scarves.
January Jones pushes gorgeous baby Xander through a Pumpkin Patch on Saturday. January looks effortless, casual and cool in her teal scarf – the perfect colour to accentuate her fresh blonde bob.
GET THELOOK with Cashmere and Kaye’s Handmade Pure Pashmina scarf.
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The lovely Christina Dueholm over at Passions For Fashion, has created a guide to transform a simple rectangle scarf into a wrap skirt – without using wizardry! By using a simple wrapping and twisting technique and the humble hair pin, you too can create this look. Perfect for the beach!
Spring fashion is in full bloom! We have collated a few Spring Scarf looks for you to try. The trend for Spring 2012 is bright, blossoming colours, and airy light-weight fabrics.
Head scarves are hot this spring. Make sure you use your scarf to it’s full potential! See more clever ways to tie and knot your scarf here.
We love this look! Mixing a light weight spring scarf with a winter coat. Fab!
Cobalt blue is the colour that suits everyone! Yes, EV-ER-Y one. The brunets, blones, reds, greys, the warm skin toned and the cold. It’s an all year round, any season colour and everyone’s wearing it. We love Blake Lively’s lush cobalt scarf, so we’re copying her look with our Cashmere & Kaye Oversized Tassled Scarf in Power Blue.
This week David Jones released their highly anticipated Spring/Summer 2012 look-book. Shot on the familiar shores of Broome, the catalogue inspires a luxury lifestyle with Miranda Kerr posing tres chic and very relaxed in tailor dresses and suits.
“This summer we want to make you dream,” said Sophie Clark, general manager of womenswear, of the campaign.
The throw of colour that kept us bright through winter is going to carry on into summer — which is good news for a wardrobes and our wallets! The catalogue featured bold block colours that compliment busy, fickle prints and patterns.
The colour trend is going to be around for a while, so our tip is to make colourful fashion purchases that a versatile and durable (and of course fabulous!). The pashmina is the perfect buy of this kind. Pick one up in either a bright bold or a textured pattern, wear it to work to freshen up a weekly outfit, or to the beach to cover your shoulders. If you make the purchase now, you can get the last of the winter weather wear out of it too! Bonus!
Head over to Vogue to have a sneak peek of the David Jones catalogue before the trends hit the stores on August 13th.
Photo source: Vogue Australia
Mamamia’s fashion files are taking a realistic approach to outfit ogling. We all love a wishful flick through the glossy pages of the latest high fashion mags. If only there were as many glossy bills in our wallets as there are pages of beaut buys!
Combating this, Mamamia has invented Wardrobe Week. Wardrobe Week is about showcasing fashion in everyday life – how women have fun with fashion, mixing high and low, new and old, bright and dark… On the weekend, at the office, dropping the kids to school or just out-and-about. Real women, real wardrobes – really great idea! Check it out now!
Neon is all the rave. Citrus yellow, hot pink and lime green are among the electric shades heating up our winter wardrobes. However, blinding fellow pedestrians or looking like you have pulled out your old dancing costumes is not so hot. So here are some bright ideas to tame this tricky trend and avoid looking like a packet of highlighters.
Mute the glare of a neon ensemble with neutral toned accessories and avoid wearing head-to-toe colour. Layering a scarf in a neutral pallet over a neon outfit will break up and soften the colour.
Alternatively, go for an all neutral ensemble and jazz it up with vibrant neon accessories.