Celebrating efflorescent spring styles

Spring is worth celebrating! The fauna and flora are turning beautiful colors and so are the fashion boutiques as we display dresses, blouses, trousers and jackets in fabulous bright floral prints.

Botanic pattern from head to toe is absolutely perfect for Spring/Summer 2013 season. Mixing floral prints is acceptable for the first time ever. Some of us may be a little shy to blossom from head to toe, or maybe even too shy to wear a jacket or pair of trousers in blossom patterns. There’s still a way to get in on the floral trend if you don’t want to wear a lot of color. Wearing a light floral infinity scarf with your plain Tee looks great as it will add a little pop of color while dressing up a plain outfit.

A floral headband or a garland of greenery in your hair is a great fix this season. Many of the styles are a little Bohemian looking, so the headband with little blossoms on some greenery is a perfect addition.

Summer music festivals are a growing trend, therefore many clothing companies are designing pieces specifically for those attending outdoor music festivals. “Coachella Style” was a commonly used term in the fashion industry as the big music festival draws a huge crowd from all over the world. With Coachella kicking off festival season in style, there are many more festivals coming up where we will see some fun, fashionable ladies dancing to the groove.

Get your style on with some blossoming color this season. Celebrate in style with Frakas at our 10-year birthday bash. We invite all to attend May 10th for party treats, loot bags & fashionable giveaways.

Join us at www.frakas.ca or on Facebook at “Frakas Boutique” to see photos of this season’s best styles.

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About the Author

Colleen Becker is the owner /operator of FRAKAS, Shops for Women Inc. Frakas, has three locations, one of which is in the Mission in Kelowna. Colleen's expertise is in buying, with regular trips to the world's fashion meccas.

The views expressed are strictly those of the author and not necessarily those of Castanet. Castanet does not warrant the contents.

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