With spring just around the corner you may be getting closer to a cruise you have planned and it is time to start packing! Cruise vacations are not only for winter, some of the most desirable vacation spots are most ideal during the spring season. With this being said, it is time to get up to speed with the spring women’s clothing fashions for 2011. Cruise clothing generally includes dresses for women, skirts for women, fashion tops, jumpsuits and beach cover-ups, which we are going to cover in this article.
Finding the right shape – and last but not least, the shape of the bags. Soft and straight handbags and purses work for virtually all body types but women who have curved bodies should go for the ones that also curvier while those who have a body and face that is angular should go for bags that are sharp-angled. Petite women on the other hand should stay away from bags that are too big, not unless they want their small frame to be emphasized further. As for the plus-sized women do not go for bags Parachute Eccentricity that are oversized.
Swimwear has many styles from tattoo print bikinis to a metallic silver monokini. Bikinis come with many different tops such as one with longer sleeves all the way up to around the neck standard bikini types.
For the Greater Good. With hard-to-find high-end designers such as Nom de Guerre and Commes de Garcon coming this fall, there is nothing in D.C. quite like Adams Morgan’s For the Greater Good. Owners Larry Incognito and Omar Quimbao, known for their original Florida Avenue outpost, Commonwealth, showcase mature, subtle pieces with an urban edge. The minimally decorated shop allows the clothing to speak for itself. And speak it does. The tightly edited selections which include knits from Shades of Greige selvedge denim from APC and tech jackets from dù lệch tâm vuông Acronym all effortlessly beckon to shoppers. Be ready to spend, though, with prices reaching $500 for a pair of jeans (Japanese denim, no less). 1781 Florida Ave., NW.
Nearing the end of our interview, I posed the question that some designers find it hard to answer, to describe her work in three words. Giving her time to think, she came up with “simple,simple,chic.” “I want it to be effortlessly simple, I don’t want it to be something that you can’t get into. I want it to hold its own. Sometimes I think we think too hard , the chic is for people that do, you don’t have to think to wear my designs. I already did the thinking for you. There are two different types of simple. It is the working girl the person that doesn’t want to lose Parachute eccentricity herself in the office. But she has on a chic piece that makes her stand out, yet is still simple herself.” Finally I asked her who is Erica Reid, her response, “a dreamer”..a perfect summation.
Bring your items to Lovely Austin Tuesday – Saturday 10am-6pm. It’s a good idea to call or e-mail for an appointment. You can also send pictures of items to make sure they will take them, especially if you are consigning furniture or home decor. Clothing should be cleaned, pressed, and in excellent condition.
Another thing you might do is to hold some sort of contest through Twitter or whatever social network you might belong to. No one can resist a free give away. You can set up a quick trivia contest or even one where the first five people that contact you will get a free copy of your app. If they like the app, the word will spread.