Spring /Summer 2011 Fashion Trend is on the brighter side of things
Designers looked to acid tones for their spring collections, from electric yellow to flouro orange. Not just for the thrill seeker, these neon colors work wonders!
Spring /Summer 2011 Fashion Trend is on the brighter side of things
On www.elle.com fashion experts share their spring 2011 color trends. Check out some of the vibrant spring colors that are fashion forward this spring season. Elle gives us a few to check out! http://www.elle.com/Fashion/Fashion-Spotlight/Flying-Colors/Flying-Colors/%28imageIndex%29/1/%28play%29/false?cid=el:goo:fashion:spring-color-trends:&gclid=CNOj4ODPgakCFYEUKgodu1YoVA
Picking your color is essential with keeping on top of the current trends. Check out www.collegefashion.net for their take on the hottest new colors this season.
Funky Frum Pop Quiz
What do you think funky frum’s hottest colors are this spring season?
Instructions on how to play…
1.) pick 3 colors from the list provided below:
baby blue, black, mint, white, yellow, green, baby pink, fuchsia, navy, tan, orange, turquoise, lime green, tangerine, lavender, grey, shocking pink, cream
2.) post your top three colors in this blog response
3.) to win players must get 2 out of 3 correct
4.) winners will be announced June 1st
5.) winners will be receiving a 10% discount for their next funky frum purchase!
Please only enter your choices once!
“Printed fabrics are making a big come back this Spring/Summer 2011. Tile prints, Ikats, African tribal patterns, huge geometrics and flowers of all sizes, Airbrush stroke effects and pattern mix will be well taken throughout 2011.”~ patterncolordesign.wordpress.com To get this trend, check out our new sublimation tees that can be layered with one of our basic ¾ sleeved shirts this spring. Get funky and try one of our colored ¾ sleeved tees layered underneath our “trendsetting” tribal sublimation tees.
The perks of graphic prints is the ability to substitute accessories. "Graphic prints speak for themselves and won’t require additional accessories including jewelry, belts and other details to complete a wardrobe." -dailyfashionstyle.com
Teen Vogue Says: “You don’t have to be a world traveler to embrace this playful mix of graphic patterns including ikat, African fabrics, and plaids. From LAMB to MIssoni, the runway was a delightful smorgasbord of vibrant patterns inspired by everything from African fabrics to American prep staples. Forget everything your mother told you about mixing prints- for this look, the more you pile on the better! To get the trend just right, try mix n matching motifs with at least one thing in common, whether it be color palette, size or common graphic line. Most importantly: wear it with utter confidence! “
To get this modish look, our "layering shells" are the perfect fashion add ons. Believe it or not, adding on more layers is the perfect way to funk up your wardrobe
Max Mara is known for their classic and modest cuts, using soothing and neutral color palettes every season. They Have impeccably mastered the art of layering. This season we layered our "Light Stretch Shell" over our "Basic Long Sleeve" in white funkyfrum.com we also added "The Com-Pleat Thought Skirt" & "The Sparking Creativity Flats" available at modcloth.com
SPRING LOOK #2
Marc Jacobs, another designer with a taste for classic wear. Check out these long flowy dresses from the Spring 2011 collection. His colorful knee-length dress reminds us of our "Printed Slinky Dress" available in blue, green or red at funkyfrum.com! Wear this dress with a Melie Bianco handbag and then top this perfect combo off with a pair of Seychelles Liz Flats available at piperlime.com. It's time to funk it up this spring!
SPRING LOOK #3
This spring, trendsetters Chole offers fun fashion finds available this spring. Our unforgettable fashion house, features long flowy maxi length skirts and crisp white, collared blouses. Get the same look with the “Be Precious Ruched waist skirt” worn with our “Basic Tee” tucked in. Other FunkyFrum faves are the “Victorian Button up” and the “Bell Sleeve Woven Blouse".
Come visit us at FunkyFrum.com to see our grand re-opening!
Hello Everyone, my name is Josh Liggett, and I run BePreciousClothing.com. Recently, Rachel handed over the reins of Funky Frum to us at Be Precious, and we will be opperating the site from now on. We at Be Precious also wanted to wish Rachel the best in all her future endeavors.
If you are familiar with BePreciousClothing, you know that we are dedicated to providing you with modest clothing that is within the confines of "modesty," while maintianing lots of style and fashion. The same will be true with FunkyFrum, which will feature some products that we are very excited about!
Here is a little snippet about Be Precious:
Be Precious™ was started in 2007 by Josh Liggett and is a family run business. Josh's parents, Andy and Beverly, have been in the clothing business for over 25 years, and currently own and operate L.A. Movers™ (Including Scrambled Girls™, Ferocious Chick™, Perpetual Motion™, and Bev™).
Recently, the Liggett family realized that with changing fashion trends, there is a lack of fashionable modest clothing. Over time, it has become more and more difficult for woman of all ages to stay in style while maintaining their modesty.
So, Be Precious™ was created, taking the fashionable styles used by L.A Movers and making them modest. Not only do our products cover all the places necessary to be modest, but also are in the "spirit" of modesty.
So come and join the Be Precious Family and see how you can maintain your modesty while staying in style.
“At Be Precious, we're not trying to make fashionable clothing modest. We're trying to make modest clothing fashionable.”
-Josh Liggett, CEO,
Be Precious Inc.
The site has been offline for a few weeks now, and will be comming back online this week (B'H).
So check back later this week for the re-opening, or check out Be Precious here.
We hope to see you soon at FunkyFrum.com!
What’s in your closet? As the weather changes, many of us re-evaluate our closets - throwing out the dated looks and sizes that don’t fit, replacing them with new pieces. Each season trends come and go, but there are always those key pieces in any great well-rounded wardrobe. What are they? We’ve compiled a list of Funky Frum closet must-haves to make sure you’re in-the-know.
What’s in your closet? As the weather changes, many of us re-evaluate our closets - throwing out the dated looks and sizes that don’t fit, replacing them with new pieces. Each season trends come and go, but there are always those key pieces in any great well-rounded wardrobe.
What are they? We’ve compiled a list of Funky Frum closet must-haves to make sure you’re in-the-know.
Here at Funky Frum, we are always in search of new lines to carry. We like to bring diversity to the collection and give you a chance to wear something no one else has in your area.
On our last buying trip to New York we met with Leah Weisz, head designer for A Vitzu Original. A young designer with a fresh new line, Leah wowed us with her work. Funky accents and great trims make her tops really special and we had to have them! Check out our A Vitzu Original tops - Treasure, Lady Godiva, and Red Label.
With tops as unique as these, we knew there would be a great
woman behind them! We asked Leah to introduce herself and the line to our chic
shoppers… and here’s what she had to say!
How did you come up with the name A Vitzu Original?
Vitzu's my middle name!
Where are you from and how did you get into fashion?
I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. I have always loved fashion and started designing my own clothing when I was in high school. I felt there was a need for cool, funky, and modest clothing for everyday. I was sick of the typical Jewish look - consisting of the long black skirt and the same shirts that we all see. So, when I was in college, I decided to pursue my dream.
What inspires your line?
Many things inspire my line including different fabrics, trends, and designs.
What’s the biggest challenge you face when designing?
My biggest challenge is putting together fabrics and designs that flatter all body types. I really want every woman to feel confident and happy when she's wearing a Vitzu.
How would you best describe A Vitzu Original?
I hope that Vitzu branches to everyone who wants to dress modestly. It's fun, original, and different!