You Can't Go Wrong With These Fierce Summer Fashion Tips

By: Jayde Johannsen

It's that favorite time of the year for both men and women alike, the time when pea-coats and wool socks are shoved back into the far end of the closet and replaced with light fabrics and bathing suits. Yes, spring has already arrived, and that means that summer's just around the corner. Even in times of recession, it doesn't mean that anyone doesn't need to look stylish. Brilliant woman have been dressing themselves for cheap and still maintaining the trends for quite some time. Without a due, here are some of the most economically-friendly fashion tips for summer that you'll read about just about anywhere.
There is nothing wrong with dressing up an old look for a new season, and if you want to focus on trends this summer that might end up being timeless, there's no better place to look than last season. Yes, I said last season. Sound confusing? Well, if you can figure out what endured over to this season, then you're already halfway there. Hats are definitely going to keep on keeping on, as are single-shoulder dresses, which are just simply too good to retire after only one season of reigning success.
If there's one thing worth getting this summer, it's a single-shoulder dress. They're skyrocketing in popularity, and they're actually cute, too. If you really want to do it right and have the budget, get one daytime single-shouldered dress that's in a lighter material and perfect for breezy days at the beach or in the park, and then get a more formal evening option that can carry over into the first hint of fall.
One thing that you don't have to wear and that will hopefully have died out this year are the baggy diaper pants that seemed to take everywhere by storm last season. This year, it seems that most women have realized that this style didn't look remotely good on MC Hammer, and isn't going to flatter a woman's body anytime soon, either.
One trend that is long due for its summer re-emergence isn't really a trend at all, just a pattern. Remember you heard it here first, and that dots are poised and ready to take over once again. In recent collections for House of Holland and Dolce & Gabbana, dots have featured prominently, so it's entirely possible that they're going to become a staple of fabric yet again. It sure beats last year's Hammer pants.
Traditional accessories that were a huge hit on the runway this season were a more tolerable version of 1980s inspiration. Upscale bangles are a huge hit, and make a great accessory when it comes to wearing a more plain outfit. They're bold, they're made out of all possible materials to match your fabric, and they won't break the bank but they'll leave their mark.
One trend we're all hoping and praying catches on this summer is a lack of fake baking. Yes, far too many celebrities have shown up to premiers looking like Oompa Loompas, and it's time for the general public to heed the warning of the season--if you can't make it happen lounging on a chair outside for a couple of hours, it doesn't mean you need to lather yourself in nasty skin-dying oils or have a go at a tanning bed. Looking like a rotisserie chicken is one definite fashion don't for this summer, as it will totally ruin your other fashion forward moves!
Not all trends are for everyone, though. Don't feel like you have to catch up with the pack by rocking the super-super short shorts or accentuating with a lot of gold jewelry or buying three different purses. Summer style is more about the timeless mix of fabrics that breathe when a breeze blows your way and an aesthetic that makes you look more grown up than days of working as a lifeguard. If you cultivate good taste now, your two or three picks from this season's look might be able to last at least three or four more seasons afterward. Good luck, and happy shopping!

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Jayde Johannsen feels bad for those students so caught up in debt they have no cash for fashion. As such, she created the College Consolidation Loans website to assist students obtain college consolidation loans.

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