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Fashionista NOW: History Of Stripes And Today’s Modern Colored Stripes Fashion Trend

Stripes are easy to spot in fashion these days and the trend is worn without a shred of concern that it’s quite hard to imagine that clothing with stripes was once the subject of debate and ridicule and even banned a few hundred years ago.

Read on to familiarize yourself with the background history of stripes and get inspired by modern colored stripes.

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Fashionista NOW: Welcome Dreamy Watercolor Prints In Fashion

Watercolor prints are inspired by art and they’re all about soft blurry edges with a deliberate mix of colors interplaying with one another in abstract patterns or floral arrangements. Read on to find out how you can wear the watercolor-inspired prints stylishly.

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Fashionista NOW: Studded Fashion Trend – Get A Sprinkle Of Studs In Your Daily Wear

Studs have been always been in fashion for those who love them but since they’re easily associated with music-blaring world-hating youth, it’s understandable that reasonable-minded folks may feel unsure about rocking them.

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Fashionista NOW: How To Get Fashionably Polka-Dotted?

Polka dots are spot on this season. Read on and get yourself fashionably polka-dotted.

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Fashionista NOW: Modern Flower Power – Graphic Floral Print Trend For 2012

Graphic florals that visually jump out from your outfit and ready to plant themselves on the nearest flower bed is in this sunny season. Fashion lovers of bold and graphic patterns will not want to miss out on this modern floral trend.

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Fashionista NOW: Sass It Up With Trend-Setting Detachable Collars

The detachable collar trend is worth looking into this season as nothing’s more versatile than collars that promise to transform your outfit into a more polished, elegant and even quirky finish. Comparable to the statement necklace, the removable collar can bring a distinct character to your outfit depending on the type of collar you decide to put on.

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Fashionista NOW: The Scallop Fashion Trend For 2012

Scallop details in clothing proves that tiny little things do matter and can make a big difference in your outfits. The scallop trend introduces subtle accents in the shape of scalloped edges around the hemlines, necklines and also on accessories.

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Fashionista NOW: Flaunt Your Curves With Cut Out Shoulder Tops

Cut out shoulder tops are so stylishly feminine that they’re a must-have especially if you own a pair of lovely shoulders. And, who doesn’t eh? Read on for more style tips.

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Fashionista NOW: Tribal Fashion Trend 2012 For Lovers of Patterns And Prints

Tribal and Aztec prints are in this fashion season and lovers of bold patterns will find the alternative to the hyped up flora and fauna prints of yestertrends a pleasant breath of fresh air. Read on to find out how to wear the tribal prints stylishly.

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Fashionista NOW: Owl Fashion Trend And Why It Is ‘Hoot’

Owls have been in and out of fashion but lately they are all you see. There is this obsession over owl jewelry and accessories that makes me wonder why these nocturnal mysterious birds are so ‘hoot’ within the fashion world.

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Fashionista NOW: Men’s Fashion -Yay Or Nay To Color Blocking Blokes

The color-blocking trend is big among the ladies in fashion, but is it embraced by the men’s fashion world? Do you think that blokes could rock out the color-block style without their sex orientation being debated?

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Fashionista NOW: The Sequin Trend – How To Rock It Without Looking Like A Disco Ball?

Sequins are dazzling little things that can make your outfit stand out and they’re a big thing this fashion season. While they’re considered very celebratory, sequined pieces can be worn for a casual and a semi formal day out as long as you know how to rock them well.

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