According to the Tracy Reese spring runway, colorblocking is here to stay. Simple solid brights balanced by a nuetral makes this an easy look to wear anywhere.
Rachel Roy put the power back in power suit. So ditch your black and navy styles and upgrade to brighter business attire.
While this dress might seem over-the-top, it’s a basic fit-and flare style. Lose the bow and opt for a familiar, less shocking shade like pink and you’re in business.
One of the hottest looks to walk the runway was this electric concoction. Go bold by simply swapping theses short shorts with a pretty peplum skirt.
Take note from the bodycon king himself Max Azria and update your svelte style with a little embroidery embellishments.
Soften up a menswear suit style by opting for a pastel palette like Tiffany Amber’s. And, if allover prints are too much to handle, keep the blazer and pant solid.
Sporty never looked so sexy! Spice it up by mixing heather greys with splashes of neons and nuetrals to get this lovely look from Helmut Lang.
Mara Hoffman’s easy breezy, billowy maxi dress is a simple but stunning spring/summer statement.
Cut it out –– literally. Go risqué in a midriff-baring style, or keep it subtle with smaller slits.