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This Season's Must Haves



New Silhouettes…the Shape of Things to Come:

v     Big top, slim on the bottom. Dolman sleeve top with leggings or pencil skirt

v     Hourglass, the importance of the waist. Belts and waist details

v     Empire waist dresses and blouses

v     60’s Lady like coats with bracelet sleeves to be worn with the return of gloves

v     Slim pants & skinny jeans

v     Layering short over long. Cropped jackets over longer tops with wide leg pants

For the Executive:

v     Fresh suits in plaids, hounds tooth & tweeds

v     The beautiful crisp white shirt

v     The romantic blouse with ruffle & ties or in graphic prints

v     The slim pant suit

v     The wide leg (Hepburn) trouser suit

v     The pencil skirt with belted waist

v     Knits, the return of the “Sweater Girl” layered with a blouse or white shirt

v     Vests, knit or woven layered with shirts and blouses

v     The trench coat, a chic classic

v     The return of black…as if it ever left.

v     Satchel bags

v     Plaids, tweeds and leopard belts and shoes

v     Cuff bracelets & multiple gold necklaces

For the Young & Trendy:

v     Skinny jeans and slim pants

v     Voluptuous sleeves

v     Pencil skirts

v     Mini skirts

v     Romantic blouses

v     Knits & layering

v     Wide leg pants with cropped jackets

v     Caplet & fly-away jackets

v     Empire waist

v     Leopard accents

v     Mad for Plaid…tartan jackets, shoes and accessories

v     60’s mod influence infused with 80’s new wave

v     Edwardian & Victorian romantic looks

v     Royalty & heraldic treatments, gold touches, crests, fleur-de-lis

v     Metallic pieces and details

v     Lace and ruffles

v     Pea coats

v     Faux fur collars

v     Boots, short and long


"Thank you for teaching me to think out of the box. After we went 'shopping' in my closet you showed me how to make outfits out of things I already own and discovered new ways to wear them. Thanks also for training my eye on how to play up my assets. I feel like a million, and my colleagues say I’ve never looked better."
Leeann Karidis
V.P. Karidis Imports