This week’s fitting room features a really New Yorker, Cathy Batista, to model New York Fashion Week’s Spring 2011 trends.
A Review: of what flattered and what floundered
|Left: Spring Ready Dress: An hourglass dream in emerald green: initiating with a strategic V-neck which simultaneously divides and decorously displays her abundant bustline, continuing down to a secured and narrowed center, concluding with a fluid skirt sans a single extraneous bulky pleat.
Mineral Cascade Necklace: The size and weight of this accessory allows it to stand up to its ample surroundings.
Left: A Bit Unruly Top: Each contrasting band allows the eye to visually measure the differential between curvy bust and narrow waist. Cultural Heritage Skirt: The contrasting waistband pattern brings even more attention to an enviable median.
|Left: Lunar Cycles Top: Proving that lace can be modern, this option skirts away from frilly and keeps sight of an epic hourglass waist. Daughters of the Liberation Slim Straight: If the goal is to maximize curves, look no further than a tapered ankle held in contrast to a voluminous hip.
Right: Shy Stalks Shell: Another non-traditional, streamlined interpretation of lace. Abbreviated Blazer: this season’s must-have layer nipping in on this body’s must see feature. AG Stevie Ankle: A truly straight trouser made feminine on voluptuous features.
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