SUMMER STYLES IN MARCH
March 10, 2016 / Posted by SDC Vieux-Montréal Oliver Marshall
We know that March is a tough time for shoppers: you are well aware of the 2016 spring/summer trends but the collections have not reached the shelves of your favorite stores. And even if they have, you’ll have to wait a while, because it’s probably too early to wear your new summer clothes, unless you plan to be heading down South soon (#sojealous).
Now this becomes problematic when you really want a new ensemble for your next 5 à 7. But put your stress to rest, because we’ve got something for you: a stylish outfit in store right now that will still be fashionable when summer comes along. Seasonal versatility in clothing is always a plus – so rock your favorite style all year long!
We first went to Féline boutique to find 3 different styles which will keep you looking fabulous all winter long, and on those hot summer nights. The boutique is a concept store which holds all the greatest fashions, from both Montreal-based and international designers. Those who love the colour black will be entranced.
For a second year now, you will find models dressed in rompers strolling down the catwalks at the world’s biggest fashion shows. For a look more suitable to winter, you can wear it with furs and thigh boots; in summer, pair it with delicate sandals and a light blouse.
If you want a more seductive allure, go for see-through. The centerpiece of this ensemble, the bralette, gives you a more provocative style. What’s marvellous about this outfit is the fact that you just have to substitute your thigh boots for sandals and you can make it super-versatile. You are now ready to go check out some of Old Montreal’s trendiest places for your next ladies’ night.
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Palazzo pants are very much in vogue right now, they are everywhere in fashion shows. They are a good way to transition from your work outfit to your evening one. During colder nights, you can pair it with nylon socks and ankle boots. When it comes to crop tops and leather vests, both work just as well in winter and summer.
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