The dresses you need for spring 2012
Spring is in the air! This spring look fresh and vibrant with some interesting styles in your wardrobe.
Frivolous and fun party dresses would include the likes of sequin strapless dresses. Last weekend I wore a Blue Jump Girl sequin strapless dress to my friend’s engagement party. With minimal accessories, I decided to complete the look with a python leather clutch. Heads turned, compliments poured in tremendously which made me feel so special. Undoubtedly, it has become my favorite dress for the season to come!
The versatility of a sequin strapless dress is unimaginable. Hop into it when you’re going clubbing or to an elegant party, the outfit is complete in itself. The luminous detailing would complement your energetic style perfectly. Ranging from sheath dresses to balloon ones, a sequin strapless dress would be available in a plethora of styles. However, the bottom line being that the dress drapes like an absolute beauty.
Long sleeve mini dress is another must have this spring. The question arises, what makes it so special? Whether it is Rihanna dressed in a edgy, tight and fearless long sleeve mini dress or Beyonce in an attire chock-full of bold embellishments, each have an outfit has a character of it’s own. Off late I saw a girl sporting a Billabong long sleeve mini dress. With a choice of low key accessories, silver bracelets and rings classic black pumps and tousled braid, she looked hot and chic. Not to forget her fire engine red short nails keep her sparkly, gold dress fresh and young.
Do you prefer a more colorful look? Grab a graphic dress with several hues and just team it with a belt around your waist. It is sure to add miles to your slim frame. In fact a color blocking concept dress looks interesting as well. I prefer a looser silhouette and chose a belted look on an animal print dress. It looked classic to say the least!
Whatever be the occasion this spring, spruce up the look with some of these interesting dresses. You are sure to sweep your lovers off the floor!