Your Fashion Wrap-Up for the Season
Fashion is a very personal thing, and it gives you an opportunity to express yourself without words. From outfits to accessories, what you choose to wear can give you the confidence you need to get through your day.
Living and vacationing in the Appalachian Mountains is a unique experience. There is an abundance of history, culture, adventure, places to see, and many things to do.
In spring 2017, men's fashion is going retro. The latest trends for guys convey the heart of the 80s and 90s with a bit of a modern twist. You won't be seeing any parachute pants any time soon, but here are some standout trends for men's fashion this spring:
Chokers are back in style and have been trending recently in women’s fashion. There is a variety of types and designs for everyone, making them one of the most practical and versatile accessories right now.
Simple, Elegant, Rustic
Every style paints a picture. Whether people realize it or not, what they wear sends a message about who they are and who they want to be. Montefino style is the perfect fusion between rustic and chic—where the mountains meet your Instagram. It means you're ready for anything, whether it's a picnic with a view or a night out on the town. It can be easily dressed up or down, and the best part is it's so simple! Here are some tips on how to incorporate Montefino style into your daily wardrobe:
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Living and vacationing in the Appalachian Mountains is a unique experience. There is much history, culture, adventure, places to see, and many things to do.
Jenna breathed deeply, her nostrils filling with the sweet spring scents entering the open car windows. But her mood remained sour. “Still no service,” she said, gripping the steering wheel tighter and nodding to her phone.
Her aunt Margaret, a petite woman who wore her reddish-gold hair in a short bob, curved her lips up. “Try to relax, dear.”