In the ‘Girls Allowed’ editorial for Vogue UK March 2010, Dutch supermodel Patricia Van der Vliet looks like a child who is about to have a temper tantrum over not getting a new pair of shoes at the mall.
Van der Vliet, who was a finalist on ‘Holland’s Next Top Model,’ sports powder-puff pastel ruffled dresses, chunky jewels and an oversized bow to tame her curly locks. The spread is all about pretty and girly for spring, although I think you have to be 12 to pull this look off.
‘Girls Allowed' in Vogue UK March 2010 Does Sweet and Spoiled
1. Childlike Fashion - Opportunities for designers to create playful, youthful clothing for adults.
2. Nostalgic Beauty - Cosmetic companies can market vintage-inspired makeup collections.
3. Whimsical Home Decor - Interior designers can add playful elements to create homes with a touch of childhood wonder.
1. Fashion - Brands can create clothing lines that cater to adults who want to embrace their inner child.
2. Beauty - Companies can target customers with makeup inspired by past decades.
3. Interior Design - Designers can incorporate playful elements into home decor to add a sense of nostalgia.