This summer British fashion is going crazy for ‘Bardot tops’, or in particular, the Bardot neckline (a wide open neck that exposes both shoulders).
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This look was popularised by the beautiful French actress Brigitte Bardot. This style was especially used for knitted sweaters or jumpers although it is also used for other summer fabric tops and dresses.
Watch my fashion segment as I speak more in depth about the different types of Bardot tops Britain is currently wearing as well as tips and tricks to style them for that perfect elegant summer look.
‘Bardot’ style top by Rebecca Taylor, paired with white boot crop jeans and wedges
Stylist: Cynthia Gregoire
Wardrobe: Question-Air Boutique
Aired on Sky203 June 8 2016, London, England.
by Cynthia Gregoire
Lately we’ve been seeing fringe everywhere from the runway at Burberry, to the streets in London. This Bohemian trend is making its way back from the 70’s into the 21st century. The list is endless for ways to add that fringe trend to your look. This trend can be worn anywhere from the office, to the beach, by pairing it with the right pieces and accessories. Remember, you do not need to dress head to toe in fringe to make a statement. You want to keep it light rather than an overboard hippie look. Fringe is a statement itself and can be worn by adding a single piece to your ensemble to be in trend.
Because this trend can be intimidating, I would suggest going for a simple fringe handbag to bring your outfit to life, but still keeping it fairly simple. Now, if you’re really daring, adding a full fringed jacket or even a skirt to a simple outfit can take you from drab to Bohemian chic just like you see on the runways.
by Sjalyn Marchewka