Fashion & Fancy Dress - SS2011 Trends

Welcome to 2011 girls! That´s right, January has been a glum, grey month for everyone... But now it´s FEBRUARY!

We´ve all just been paid and the shops are suddenly starting to be filled with beautiful Spring Clothes (Hurray!) So we think it´s time for a fresh start - 2011 really begins right now!

Taking inspiration from the leading fashion magazines out there, we´ve put together some of the Top Trends that will take you from Winter to Spring: ,

Play with New Color Combos

Everyone loves Pink (us included!) But why not add some other Fruity shades to your wardrobe for a new take on Brights! Citrusy orange and Zingy Yellow are all fab & fresh ,

Live It Up in Lovely Lace

Sexy yet elegant - this trend was huge for Autumn and Winter! Wear this Black Lace All-in-one with a high-waisted pastel skirt to revamp your wardrobe for Spring, or add Cream lace to your outfit for a delicious girly look! .

Channel a ´70s Vibe

Head back to the days of disco with fun prints and retro patterns - also makes the perfect Fancy Dress Costume!

Paint Lips Red

With Celebs like Gaga and Kei$ha sporting a new lippy every week, why not add a splash of colour to your Lips?

Psst! Did you know Red Lipstick catches a man´s attention for longer?! Try it and see!

Relish Romantic Details

Lovely and Ladylike - Think girly flowers, pretty pinks and plenty of sequins? Take inspiration from the gorgeous Ballerina Costumes of Black Swan.

(PS. Don´t forget Valentines Day is on its way?!)

Say It with Stripes

Bright Colours and Prints are going to be all over the show this Spring! Mix and match your patterns for a modern look. (Our Wally Girl Striped Tshirt is a perfect Spring Top!)

Even Danni Minogue has been spotted getting her Stripes on for the latest M&S campaign. We can´t wait to see it!

All items shown are available on girlynightout now! So don´t go ´Back To Black´ ladies, start afresh for Spring and inject a little colour into your wardrobe!

 Happy Shopping!

Love The Girls xx

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