Tuesday, January 26, 2016

New Blog

I am transitioning from Trending Through Life to my new blog Positively Kenzie!!!!!!

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Walkin' in a Pastel Wonderland

This winter season, designers have brought about more colors to their winter fabric repertoire. In recent years, there has been a multitude of dark cranberries, blacks, and "winter white" designs. However, the winter collections for 2015 have happened to present pastel colors inviting a variety of looks to be added to stores this winter. Also known as powdery pastels, these color hues have weaved their way from spring to winter in this years' designs.

Prada released a line of lightly colored garments in Milan: showing off their unique wintery take on these subtle yet vibrant colors.

Not only did Prada display these colors, but also designers such as Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior, and Dries Van Noten.

This season keep an eye to for these powdery colors popping into many designs.

Kenzie Rae

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

How the Military has Affected the Fashion World

Long before cargo jackets were incorporated into the fashion world, they were adopted by the military as a "uniformesque" look. The look was primarily adopted at the beginning of the 20th century and even though it is still prevalent as military wear, the fashion world has adopted it as a trend for this fall/winter season.

The first appearances of these jackets as a fashion piece was after World War 2 when civilians were starting to notice the olive green pieces were easy to work with, comfortable, and added a slightly more masculine look to the feminine styles of women. Since then, these jacket have cycled in and out of style similar to every other trend.

Cargo jackets have made a recent reappearance and are not a piece to be overlooked. These jackets can easily be worn to add a statement piece to any outfit. Now, a multitude of designers have featured their own take on the military "cargo" jacket. Thus showing how the military subconsciously impacted the fashion world.

Kenzie Rae