Friday, March 28, 2008

Spring Style: Get Printed

Just when I thought it was gonna start getting warm outside, its still super cold. I really need to move to a warm climate. AP Environmental is killing me and I have no idea what I'm doing. My teachers a psycho,the whole class is pretty much failing, but thank god the year will be over soon. That's actually kinda scary though, Senior Trip is in exactly 2 weeks (Washington D.C. and Busch Gardens) and then Graduation will be here before I know it. It's really quite scary just how fast life moves.And not just my life, but the people around me, the news, the fashion industry. It just seems everyone is just up and onto the next thing and I wonder if in the years ahead I'll just have any time to relax at all. I think I'm going to make a promise top myself to try and keep my life as stress free as possible from June through August and just go with the flow and see what happens.

One thing that is not relaxed is the prints that are in for spring. From global prints, classic floral, and everything in between, an awesome print can give your outfit a standout look. Don't go too overboard on the prints though, choose one key piece and keep the rest of your outfit simple. A top, skirt , or dress seems to work great.



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KiKi said...

I like these pictures and styles Great Post!!!!

Secretista said...

PAHH. I hate east coast weather when Spring has "officially" arrived! The weather doesn't transform into warmth. It changes sporadically!!

I love these outfits!

Secretista said...

Whoa! I go to school on Long Island!

Secretista said...

HAHA! Yea, Long Island took some getting used to. But, I'm alright with it now, but just like I couldn't stay in Jersey, I understand why you want to get out!

Molly :] said...

Ah, i love gingham!

Fashion Ivy said...

Hey love this post