Spring/Summer 2013 Trends – Part 3

The last part in my mini trend analysis focuses on Colours and Prints, this season features the likes of prints including Brushstroke effect, Birds and Camo and colours including Crisp White and Beautiful Orange.

A combination of art and style make up the Brushstroke print, soft textures and calming colours bring out the creative fashionista among us, match this with a block colour or simple tailoring and this makes one eye catching outfit.

Bird Print is my fave, i have a few dresses in my collection as i love this season’s cute designs.  As with most designs you can subtle or outrageous.  Take a look at my dress, wore this to a wedding and got loads of compliments.
Camo print always reminds me of my childhood and having the cute little shorts or camo cargo pants being all the rage.  This season sees a grown feel to the print with lovely colour and pattern mixes.  Contrasting statements have hit the catwalks and this print is by no means only for boys!
A staple for many working women is the crisp white shirt.  Tailored, fitted, floaty or sheer this shirt means business.   Often left last in the fashion stakes, this underestimated piece can make an interesting style staple.

Another colour featuring heavily on the catwalk is Orange and all hues of this vibrant shade.  This looks fabulous on our summer tanned skin and oozes confidence as the wearer dares to be bold in a summer favourite. 

That’s the end of my little trilogy of trend, keep checking back for more news and gossip on this years hot trends!