New trends go from black to neon

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Commentary by Nikki Blaine – “Glam Chic Gal”

CIZ-LifestyleFashionNeonIf you’re curious about the spring and summer trends for 2013, there are plenty to choose from. But, a personal favorite which will only leave you feeling like Coco Chanel off the Rivera chic is embracing the black and white palette. For obvious reasons you cannot go wrong with the scheme of things. But, please be mindful of the geometric lines and shapes that are galloping the catwalks from the United States to Paris.

If you want to look taller, wear vertical lines. They also add a slimming affect. Horizontal lines are attention-grabbing and will make you slightly wider. The unusual shapes with elongated ends can be quit appealing. Nevertheless, your personal identity will be confirmed by adding splashes of color or animal print for the pop factor.Screen Shot 2013-05-10 at 12.12.13 PM

Apparently, there is more than one way to “go green” Try emerald green this season. Here is a new way to introduce a color you may not have in your closet. The splash of green with the use of your accessories will let your friends know you are currentthis fashion season.

From one extreme to the next, it really depends on your personality, the neon scene is prominent on the international catwalks. From neon yellow to a neon coral this look brings a renewed energy to your wardrobe.

 

Bio:  Nikki Blaine is the “The Glam Chic Gal,” your fashion trend forecaster, and is a nationally known designer and owner of Nikki Blaine Couture Boutique on Main Street in Zionsville. She can be reached at nikkiblaine@gmail.com.

 


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