Spring Trend: Graphic Design

Color lovers will find plenty of pastels, blues and botanic prints to keep you happy this spring, but when you’re ready for a more minimal approach, turn to graphics in black and white. The bold lines strike a modern chord and are anything but boring.

Love how these fashion mavens from Chictopia.com show off their graphic outfits. See more of their amazing style and details of these outfits:

  1. According To Annika – H&M pants
  2. Angeles Almuna – Vintage dress
  3. Turquoise Passion – Forever 21 Blazer

I found a few dresses that hit the mood just right. These strike me as dresses that would be great for busy women who want to look pulled together in a jiffy. That’s all of us, right?! Also, the dress on the far right is a maternity dress. Love that!

Couldn’t help but add on the native design fringe necklace by House of Harlow 1960 too. I might have to buy that for myself! Click any picture for retail info.

Mini Me

DVF for GapKids hit stores this past weekend and of course, it’s making a big splash. Her signature style is exuberant, graphic and perfect for the smaller set. Right on trend, there are a few eye-popping looks for Girls too.

DVF GapKids Wrap-Dress Romper, $55

DVF GapKids Printed Shorts, $35

Have a Bold and Glorious Day!



8 responses to “Spring Trend: Graphic Design

  1. Elaine Bergner

    This is a great one Laura. I love it. Are you leaving sone? Elaine

  2. Elaine Bergner

    @$);3/:!!!! Autocorrect. SOON, meant soon. E

  3. Hi Laura!
    I DO love the white dresses!! That’s SO me!
    I’m barely getting used to colors…and now graphics? Black and white, I’m loving…bold graphics? Hmm…need more time to digest. :)

    • I’m pretty sure both those white dress would look killer on you. You know your style like the back of you hand, so if graphic prints make you queasy…leave ’em.

      BTW, you’re killin’ it with the colors. You always get them right.

  4. I broke down and bought a couple DVF Baby Gap pieces for Natalie. So adorable, but the mini “wrap” romper has an unfortunate design flaw. The entire thing needs to be removed to change a diaper! :-)

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