Spring Trends

Yu Shing Ting
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Wednesday - January 19, 2005

As the seasons change, so does fashion. So, make room in your closet for this spring’s must-haves, and don’t forget to coordinate with the right handbag and accessories.

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Just released by Neiman Marcus, the trends for Spring 2005 are exotica (elaborate details that add a native touch to clothing and accessories…coins on leather lan-yards that wrap the waist, rough-hewn stones encrusted on bags and shoes, and intricate embroideries that embellish tunics and tiered, fulled skirts)... white (crisp white cotton and linen are cut into tailored jackets and suits, while knits in shades of ivory and snow skim the body in sinuous tops and dresses)... volume (skirts are full and long, with tiers, pleats and layers for flare)...

prints (floral prints in myriad bouquets, from pale and delicate watercolors, to bold and vibrant roses, sunflowers and camellias on ‘50s-flirty full-skirted party dresses) ...

The right handbag and accessories are often necessary to finish a look. When shopping for handbags, look for one-of-a-kind details, such as woven leather, embroidery, beading, bright prints and patterns. Also popular this spring are large, roomy handbags, matched with big, bold cuffs and oversized sunglasses.

Featured here are models from More Models & Talent wearing the latest fashions paired up with some of the season’s hottest handbags from Neiman Marcus.

Neiman Marcus is located at Ala Moana Center. For more information on the featured handbags, call 948-7341 or 951-8887.

- Yu Shing Ting


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