We come to the final season of this new decade, which means it's the start of bringing our "Informed Beautys" up to speed on Fall Trends!
This season will go a long way, blending in to define 2012's fashion trends as autumn 2011 is a great time for building your wardrobe and evolving your personal style. Of course the Kasia Team is here to help!
So what's in store for the seasons for men and women? Seventies fashion remains high on the list of carry-over trends, taking with it the likes of flares and wide-leg pants; while on the tough side, biker and punk follow through to the new season.
...."I know, I know...what about hair?" To keep the next few newsletters brief, we will be breaking up the trends in two separate emails. Look for hair color trends next! For now- have you spoken to your stylist about a plan for fall fashion? Allow our team to help piece together your hair, renewed skin, and makeup!!
Put a Wave in your BOB!
With the bob in 2011 being generally longer and softer, it's much easier to pull off a waved style with it. While 40s-inspired pin curls are one option, here's one that's more suited to everyday. A casual, textured, beachy wave.
On the FRINGE
You may be wondering, is the bang in or out? The bang never went away, and is still best worn thick, blunt, and long (sweeping the top of the eyes preferably). And it's still best worn in one of the following ways:
My favorite is when it's worn with a messy, neo-bohemian, grungy edge with an aura of '70's nonchalance.
Pixie it UP
With another evolution of short hair it seems as though it reverts to the same short length that was last popular in 2007. In 2010 it was a haircut all about short sides and a longer fringe, as a 2011 haircut though the pixie crop is short all over.
You could wear this double braid hairstyle with a wide variety of clothing styles and looks ranging from the very classic to the modern.
It can lean to sporty, tomboy cool if worn with pared makeup. Exaggerate the hairstyle's texture for a look that will create interest and sexy wispy.