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This fashion video gives you the advice that you need about when to change styles, when to change colors.
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Rebecca Brayton: It's finally time to breakout the bold colors. Hi! I am Rebecca Brayton and welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we are getting a look at what Laura has got in store for us for spring and summer. When should we begin shopping for the next season?
Lena Brancaleone: We start perceiving our assortment mid-January, and with that winter gloom out there, we feel it's very important to inspire our customers. So I suggest that you start shopping as soon as the receipts come in, so that the size is available for you and any color that you want to brighten up that time of the year.
Rebecca Brayton: This collection is described as fashionably feminine. Can you just kind of explain that to us a little bit?
Lena Brancaleone: We need to be feminine in today's society, and everything will be closer to the body, flowy. I don't want to say sexy, but very, very feminine.
Rebecca Brayton: What are the popular pieces in this line?
Lena Brancaleone: Natural fibers are very, very important. So you'll find a vast array of linens, cottons, and prints are very, very important.
Rebecca Brayton: Now, there is some great bold and bright hand bags. Now, what kind of shoe would you suggest to wear to kind of counteract the boldness?
Lena Brancaleone: Mix and match is very important. You can have a red pair of shoes and then get that cobalt blue purse. Anything goes this time of the year.
Rebecca Brayton: And what about outdoor pieces?
Lena Brancaleone: Trench coats are the items for next season, you must have a trench in your wardrobe.
Rebecca Brayton: And what about colors?
Lena Brancaleone: We have petunia purple, we have dahlia pink, shades of green, from Kelly to apple. Lavender is continuing to be very, very important next season. And of course the natural tones, because cottons are so important and linens are so important, all the natural tones are very, very important for the season.
Rebecca Brayton: And finally, what color would you say complements everyone?
Lena Brancaleone: This season we've been very successful with purple, and for next spring it really is a color that complements everyone, whether it's the deep petunia purple, or going into the lighter shades of lavender, it complements every, every color tone.