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Spring's sweet sensations

Published:Monday | March 11, 2013 | 12:00 AM
Atasha (left) gives her take on the ladylike silhouette in this baby-pink skater dress featuring delicate floral appliques all over and accessorised with bronze-toned jewelry, shoes and bag. Erin strikes a pretty pose in a figure-flattering floral jacquard peplum dress in sorbet hues. The waist was cinched with a mint-green skinny belt.
Erin (left) goes with a graphic print jumpsuit with a black-white-orange chevron striped design, completed with a black studded belt, while her style counterpart, Atasha, wears vibrant palazzo pants with tropical motifs, paying tribute to the mixed prints trend, worn with a long-sleeve polka-dot-design cropped top.
This scarf print maxi skirt in vibrant island colours is worn with a long sleeved rose-pink cropped tee; The look is completed with multicoloured baubles with a circular design to mirror the soft curves in the skirt.
This high-low coral skirt with a floral pastel mock-neck sleeveless top gives Erin an effortlessly happy look.
Black and white - classic yet trendy - gives an air ofsophistication in this sexy ensemble. The chunky-heel black suede shoes and black studded clutch add an edge.
Atasha pairs her black and white stripe micro-shorts with a delicate mint green sheer cowl neck top. The statement necklace in a punchy coral is a vibrant contrast.

Garfene Grandison, Assistant Lifestyle Coordinator

Spring is (almost) here, which means it's time to shed the bulky layers and step into sunnier, whimsical styles. This season's trends will feature warm-weather staples, such as floral prints, and flirty silhouettes with bold twists, such as chunky accessories and bright colours. To prepare you for the warmer days ahead, we've rounded up three of spring's hottest, most fashion-forward trends from Tuscany Boutique that are sure to make a splash.

1. Monochrome chic

Black and white: One of the best and most universally flattering spring trends - so chic and classic. Being the ying and yang of fashion, there is no surprise that this colour duo stands the test of time being that it is the epitome of elegance and sophistication.

2. Pattern play

Living in the Caribbean allows us the flexibility of wearing bright colours in frolicking floral and tropical designs all year round. Thankfully, this season with so many trends having emphasis on colour, allows for recycling already owned spring/summer pieces.

Word of caution: Mixing prints is probably the most tricky of all the trends, be sure to exercise restraint with this trend by keeping the scale and hue of the prints similar.

3. Ladylike silhouettes or softer sides

Sorbet hues/chalky pastels: When attempting this trend, keep your jewellery and accessories minimal so they don't compete with the over all delicate look.

Creative Director:

Garfene Grandison


Natalia Oh


Gladstone Taylor


Erin Facey and Atasha Brown

Clothing and accessories provided by:

Tuscany Boutique

12 Ward Avenue, Mandeville