To quote the True Fashionista peeps at Vogue, welcome to the Magentaverse! It's been quite a year, 2022. From a lingering global pandemic to political and racial unrest, it's been a lot to deal with, so what better way to start the new year than with a fresh, new color? That's right, True Fashionista peeps. Pantone has unveiled their color of the year for 2023, and we couldn't be more excited.
There’s nothing like being your fabulous True Fashionista self, keeping your fashion-conscious standards in line with your commitment to protecting the environment. It’s also nice to know that many luxury fashion designers feel the same, many since the launch of their careers! You can support their efforts to dress the public fabulously and sustainably by shopping their lines at True Fashionistas, Florida’s largest consignment store. Then start the conversation. You never know who’s listening.
(Full on resisting urge to drop a Miranda Priestly reference)…Although florals aren’t so groundbreaking for spring, (oop did it) there’s nothing like the fresh look of gorgeous flowery blossoms after a particularly brutal winter, be it in a box on the windowsill or adorning your True Fashionista spring wardrobe. Let’s take a quick look at what’s hot in florals for 2021, as we more than figuratively emerge from our cocoons, ready to take on the world. Floral fashion trends this spring are leaning toward boho-style prints in pink and pastel colors or dark and understated, reports Eve Dawes for fashion site GlamourandGains.com.