Fashion Trend 2011 – 5 Must Haves

8 Jan

Celebrity stylist Daisy Lewellyn lists her 5 must haves for 2011:

1. Slimming Coat
A drop in temperature is no excuse to wear “schleppy unflattering coats,” says Lewellyn. Instead opt for a coat with slimming design details like a belted waist, a hemline that falls just above the knee and a solid color with bold vertical buttons that’s flattering on every body type. A slimming coat could be worn over dresses, skirts, pants and jeans.

2. Interesting Flats
Take a brief respite from your platform-heeled Louboutins and slip on a chic pair of ballerina flats instead. Your feet will thank you! A jeweled ballet flat or leopard pointed- toe flat are great to wear while running errands around town, Lewellyn says. “Comfort and style have now joined together, and forever united,” she adds.


3. Statement Jewelry
Statement jewelry is something that can help you stand out in seconds. “Chunky necklaces, cocktail rings, and oversized cuffs can take your simple jeans and tee shirt look from drab to oh so fab,” Lewellyn says. Skip the statement necklace if your top or dress already has a built-in jeweled or embellished neckline. “Trend overkill is exhausting. The statement jewelry should not have to compete with any other jewelry,” she says.


4. Defined Pencil Skirt
Sure, a black pencil skirt is a good investment, but why not spice things up with a cranberry red or black rockstar hue? Lewellyn says the defined pencil skirt — also known as the Rolls Royce of skirts — should be a head-turner that tucks in your tummy and lifts your tush.


5. LCD-Little Colored Dress
Are you tired of wearing little black dresses to every function? Change things up by donning a little colored dress in jewel tones or red, which happens to be the rage this season. “A single pop color dress is a one-stop shop to looking amazing in literally seconds,” Lewellyn says.

Daisy Lewellyn’s Blog


One Response to “Fashion Trend 2011 – 5 Must Haves”

  1. Angela See, Angela Blog January 10, 2011 at 2:07 am #

    I wouldn’t really call these trends as I see most of these are quite transeasonal and quite classic.

    Thanks for the comment


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