The Spring Runways were filled with beautiful styles that are fun, chic and a little out of control. So I picked some of my favorites that were shown on Elle.com today… see which one is your favorite…
Milly by Michelle Smith has incorporated a few of my favorite things into one look: and easy pony transformed into a chic look with the addition of an oversized bow (I love bows, duh.), simple natural makeup and an embellished layered necklace. A Madonna 80’s vibe is present but not overpowering and these aspects paired with a cute strapless LBD would be a fantastic party look. Vote: Super chic and super cute. Will try ASAP.
The faux-bob by Tuleh. Very 40’s glam and a great alternative for the girl who refuses to cut her hair. Big velcro rollers, lots of bobby pins and an excessive amount of hairspray will create this Jackie-O look. Vote: a little too maternal for me.
For the daring and not light at heart. Lavin rocked the runway with high hair and dark eyes, the combo together: fab. The combo while walking to your local S-bucks: a little severe and intimidating. Vote: Wear it with confidence and killer heels.
Who knew pigtails could be sexy? Prada has miraculously turned this kindergarten staple into a diva-worthy look. Still semi-casual, still semi-light, but definitely a rocker twist on the cute classic that would look great with a (faux) leather bomber, ankle booties and of course, the red lip. Pairing the look with bubble-gum pink lips and shimmery cheeks just won’t cut it past the fourth grade. Vote: Wear it with an edge.
Last but certainly not least the crème de la crème of Spring 2010 runway hair: Alexander Wang. Yes, I’m pretty sure this is my third reference to the long braid and you know my stance. But really? A Spring ’10 runway hair rundown without the braid? I don’t think so. Love the messy look of the side braid (unlike Blake Lively’s severe version at the Emmy’s) and romance it portrays. Vote: Keep it messy, keep it long, keep it forever.
That’s my “luscious locks” rundown of the Spring 2010 runway. Which is your fave?All photos from elle.com