Teenage Fashion
Teenage fashion, this year is being ruled by bright colors and funky stuff. Teenage, the most bubbly and lively phase of one’s life, brings with it the freedom of choice and the courage to try new things.
Teenagers
are more apt in adapting new trends than grown ups, whether it’s abo


ut clothing or hairstyles. Teenage fashion ranges from western jeans, tops to typically eastern choori pajamas and a var
iety of stylish long frocks. This summer reds, oranges and yellows are all in for teenage fashion.Keeping the scorching heat in mind, whites, bisques, cool blues and light sh
ades of yellow are also being launched by
apparel brands such as STONEAGE and CrossRoads for


teenage fashion 2011.
This summer dazzling nail colors have sustained their value in teenage fashion. French manicure could not replace them in summer season. Red painted nails have given way to more funky shades of green, orange and blue that reinforces the vital and joyfulq
uality in teenage fashi
on. Jewelry has taken a turn towards hippie t
radition. No more elegant studs or rings but bigger, colorful rings and ear rings are the new trend in teenage fashion.
Spring has affected teena
ge fashion from head to toe, from hairstyles to shoes. In teenage hairstyle, bob hairdos with slight modifications have taken place of bangs. Bob hairdos are not restricted to short hairs only; it is being coupled with layers or steps for longer hairs. Angled bob hai
rdos and tapered bob hairdos are gaining more fame in teenage hairstyles as they are easy to carry whether it’s a formal occasion or a casual one. Teenage hairstyles
encompass straightening, curling and fizzy hairdos equally. Avril Lavigne’s signature red or pink dyed streak has not gone out of teenage hairstyles completely. Evidently t
he infatuation has lessened but not completely van
ished.
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