Though the sun would beg to differ, nothing is cooler than summer in Los Angeles. In the city of the stars, our customers are stepping out into the streets of Los Angeles looking as if they were celebrities themselves. Fashion knows no boundaries in our city, and our customers have taken a liking to two particular trends: print mixing and the continuously popular neon brights.
Neon tops seem to attract the most popularity. Often in bright greens, pinks, or oranges, these ladies pair their eye-catching tops with basic denim pants in light to dark washes or with a black skinny. We’ve even seen it paired with a trouser, which suggests a great transition into the fall. We can see it now: a bright colored top, a long black trouser, a skinny belt, and throw in a waist length cape that can offer an easy solution to strange weather changes. We’ve also noticed the neon trend being utilized in conjunction with the mixed pattern trend.
Some may have misconceptions about mixing patterns for fear of clashing, but Angelenos prove to be fearless. Our LA ladies understand fit when it comes to this trend. Whether they’re tucking in a blouse into a high waist short or a pant, their waists are always cinched with a wide belt in a solid color. By using a solid color, they elongate their legs and break up the two patterns. They mix, but in moderation. Throw in a pair of cool sunnies, and you might even attract the paparazzi walking down the street of La Brea headed towards Beverly and Hollywood.
Our ladies don’t seem to be the only ones enjoying this trend, the boys of Los Angeles like to play the style game too, and they look just as cool and hot doing it. Neon tanks are a big hit, but the guys gravitate towards the kicks. Sneakers enjoy a high popularity amongst our customers, especially in eye-catching colors. Our more bold and more fashion oriented guys are the ones mixing it up on the streets and experimenting with prints. Whether you’re a guy or a girl, or whatever you may be for that matter (gender norms shouldn’t define dressing), the greatest style trend we see in our customers is strong confidence, and we believe that’s the best piece to have in any wardrobe.