*Fierce Siempre*

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Evans setting the bar HIGH

Soo I see someone has been in the lab for MONTHS- These creatures are THEEEE FIERCEST for Fall!  Check it:

Key Trend #1: Eden

This key trend is inspired by the great outdoors, woodland and rustic living. Chunky knits in argyle prints, teamed with military jackets and buckled ankle boots create a rugged casual look. While statement items include the shearling flight jacket, ankle skimming maxi skirt and jodhpur leggings which can be mixed and matched throughout the season for a casual or super chic look.


Key Trend #2: Twilight
For something a little more gothic and glamorous, mix wet look fabric with faux tie-dye and lace. Key colour palettes of black grey, dark navy and a flash of precious metal can all be worked into your day or evening look. Unleash your inner vampire with skin tight jeggings, long line embellished tunics and structured military coats.

:::Saving coins::: I need just about everything in this set!!!

Key Trend #3: Biba
The look is pretty and feminine and mixes lace and delicate jacquard with faux fur and lurex knits. There is a strong influence from the 70s and the collection includes tiered maxi and baby doll dresses and logger boots. Trousers are slimmer around the thighs and flare out from the knee creating a balanced silhouette, which is much more flattering for a curvier figure. Team the trousers with a military shirt and pea coat for further sophisticated elegance.

That blue dress will be mine...lawd.  

Key Trend #4: Rococo
This Christmas look is the epitome of winter lux, warm and cozy yet regal and stylish. Heavily beaded jersey dresses in contrasting gold and black are great for the party season. Alternatively team trophy jackets and jacquard dresses with thick opaque tights and rich velvet knee boots for ultimate winter style.

:::counting more coins::: Oh yea and this collection too- ALL of it.  

Fluffy threads are stepping up in the UK and WEEE LIKE IT! 
:::now only if we can get the states to step it on up too:::

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