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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 RTW
Marc Jacobs
We are in the midst of a snowstorm here in Omaha, Nebraska, and that still isn't stopping me from daydreaming about spring fashion.   Have you seen the women's spring 2011 rtw?  It is, without a doubt, the most exciting turn fashion has taken in 5 years.  I adore leggings, skinny jeans, tunics, and sky-high heeled booties- and I'm positive these staples will still be considered classy, stylish, and on-trend in a safe and sophisticated way for years to come, but I am so ready for something new!  In fashion "something new" invariably means "something old that's been reworked, restyled, and updated."  This spring, we're heading back to the 60's and 70's, in a clean and ladylike-but-bold manner through highwaisted trousers with billowingly wide-leg sillhouettes, patterned blouses, rich colors, a mixture of structured and flowy dresses and skirts, and any variety of shoe you like. 

Well, children's fashion isn't quite as fast and furious an industry as women's fashion is, but girls clothing trends do imitate womens, and all these fun colors and crazy patterns are going to be working their way into your little girl's wardrobe!  Lucky kids these days, when I was little, it was all late eighties neons and ninties grunge, yuck. 

Emilio Pucci Spring 2011 RTW
Emilio Pucci
The other upside to being a child of the 201-'s?  Hair, makeup, and figures.  I don't know if you've been paying attention or not, but fashion's obsession with svelte is wanning, and the runways this year were positively packed with models of all shapes and sizes!  And their faces?  Clean, and healthy.  Hair?  All natural, all wash-and-wear.  Bye bye chemicals, hello simplicity!

Girls clothing at Sophias Style is all about finding the latest trends in womens fashion and applying them to girls clothes in a fun and age-appropriate manner.  These days, the designers are making our jobs easy by bringing back a style that salutes the natural beauty of women and displaying that fashion isn't about trying to be pretty, it's about having fun!  Wear those berry-toned satin Marc Jacobs pants because it's fun, buy that tie-dye Emilio Pucci blouse because it looks like a sunrise in the desert, sport that Alice + Olivia dress because it's breezy and exotic and looks like a vacation feels.  Teach your little girl that she's already pretty, fashion is about having fun. 

This blog was first posted at Trendy Girls Fashion Blog. 


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