Top trends of 2011 that have our full attention,That ’70s Show—From the wide-leg trouser to the sexiest classic halter top, the ’70s are back again in a big way.you’ll see that there were plenty of trends to get excited about.
Pull-on flat boot in a soft sweater knit with faux fur trim and tie at top. Imported.
Officially licensed Sanrio Hello Kitty purse, manufactured by GDC. Measures approximently 10 x 5 x 2 inches and zipper closure on top.
yiipiii … love listening to Christmas is always present in times of short dress.short dress bright red with a pattern of beautiful flowers and beautiful, adding a woman to be more confident and sure all eyes will be drawn to any woman who wore the dress.
The fashion house were on to the flare trend before any other designer on the runway. Models strutted down the cat walk in the elongating trousers made of orange and green tweed, whilst sporting the classic Burberry fitted jackets. Long lengths were seen throughout the collection, ranging from maxi skirts to maxi trenches – A key trend for the season.
New!!..Hot spring fashion 2011 all about stars, winkled down the runway in the Dolce & Gabbana fall 2011 show, adorned in star-shaped jewelry and star-printed dresses. With glittering light of the stars who have added a charming, unique and luxurious impression. Proenza Schouler’s impressive Spring 2011 collection employed a Japanese hand-dying technique to create a [...]
For awesome style and convenience, choose Lucky Brand’s mini Abbey Road. It’s fashioned from soft and supple lambskin with cool topstitch and braid detailing, but also features an easy-to-carry cross-body design..
Reminiscent of a ski-side lodge, this cozy sweater just begs to be worn while sipping hot cocoa next to a fireplace. Imported.
Pretty ballet flat is decorated with floral-like design and faux pearl beads, and is perfect for both casual and formal days! Imported.
Harajuku is the name of a train station in Japan. Every Sunday, the young Japanese girls get all dressed up. The styles range anywhere from Lolita Goth to Cosplay. Gwen Stefani visited Japan and was inspired by the looks. That is where she got the idea for the clothing line. You can learn a little more about them and how to copy their style of dress at the site below.