Pam & Gela’s spring 2014 ready-to-wear collection proves that black and white can still be staple pieces. How is this so? It’s how we shape and form them into garments that really make them trendy. Whether it’s a romper, high-low shirt, open back shirt or a bodycon, you are bound to be stylish. Pam & Gela’s collection featured all of these ensembles in different textures, patterns and solid tones.
When heading back-to-school, one thing Fashionistas/os love is to show off their style, while remaining trendy. They want to make sure to start off the year with a statement—not last year’s jean shorts.This year, the big hit was definitely rompers and jumpsuits. These one piece beauties are perfect for everyone, and there are so many patterns and colors to choose from. You can choose to go for a romper, where the hem stops at short length, or you can opt for a jumpsuit that continues as pants. Either of these can be found as strapless, tank top or short sleeved, which makes it super fun and easy to find one that is perfect for you.
Also popular this year, are scallop hemmed shorts. This adds a cute detail to the shorts, especially since these shorts are longer than the normal Daisy Dukes. Whether they are thick, thin, horizontal or vertical, everywhere I turn—stripes appear. These are reasons why I chose this romper. It is very trendy, but still I found one that exemplifies my style. As you know, I really am a fan of neutrals and blacks, and this right here would be my outfit of choice. It is also extremely comfortable. The top is adjustable and there are front and back pockets for my small essentials.
I paired the romper with my black platforms, beaded earrings and Loaki bracelet to keep up with the trendy look. Since college is about learning it is handy to have a backpack, and, of course, we want it to be a cute one! I picked this one because the colors are so warm, but still will go with many of my outfits. When heading back to school, remember it is awesome to be trendy, but it is more important to wear what you like and what feels comfortable. I hope everyone enjoyed learning about runway looks and forming them into your own personal style!