See modbod at the BYU Bookstore

Hey Utah modbodders! If you’re in the area, stop by the BYU Bookstore to see the modbod display. It looks amazing!

We’ll be at the Bookstore for the month of March, with fun new styles and colors to share with you while we are there. Come see us at the BYU Bookstore to pick up your favorite modbod styles! We’re super happy to be here and to offer more locations to buy modbod basics.

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How to Wear the Latest Spring Fashions

Warmer temperatures, longer days, and cute new fashions can only mean one thing = spring time is officially here! It’s time to put those bulky coats and wool sweaters into hibernation until next winter and sport the latest fashion trends fresh off the runway.

One of the hottest trends this season is sheer. We’re seeing sheer blouses, sheer skirts, and sheer jackets.

Not quite up to showing that much skin? No worries, modbod has got you covered…literally.

To wear this hot trend, simply layer your favorite modbod camis or cap sleeves under this seasons beautiful sheer tops. You’ll look stylish, while still being appropriate for school or the office.

Bright, bold colors is another really hot trend this spring. The modbod’s new spring line is perfect for this fashion trend! Check out a couple of our favorite new colors.

And speaking of color, we are absolutely in love with all things purple this season. All of Hollywood’s hottest celebs are showing up to red carpet events wearing various shades of purple. Fortunately, modbod has got the most flattering and versatile purple top that is to die for!

You’ve got to try this top…buy it now. You won’t regret owning this beauty! Works great with jeans and flip flops or with heels and a pencil skirt for the office.

What do you think of these spring trends?

Flattering Clothing Colors

We have true red, eggplant and Indian teal in our Fall ’09 line and the mellow rose in our Spring ’10 line so when I saw this article I knew it would be perfect to share with our readers! Enjoy!

~Shellie

The 4 Universally Flattering Clothing Colors

By Yolanda Wikiel, RealSimple.com

Some hues bring out the best in everyone, regardless of skin tone or hair color.

Flattering Color: Eggplant
“Some colors work for all skin tones and hair colors, because they fall into the middle of the color spectrum, meaning they’re not too warm or too cool,” says Leatrice Eiseman, author of The Color Answer Book (Capital Books, $20, Amazon.com) and director of the Pantone Color Institute, the international authority on color. Case in point: eggplant (Pantone 19-2311 TC). Eiseman calls the tone “the perfect purple” because it is extremely versatile, almost like a black, a dark brown, or a navy.

Flattering Color: True Red
Designer Bill Blass once said, “When in doubt, wear red.” And he was right. Not only does red stop traffic but it may also make you a winner. In a study conducted at the University of Durham, in England, researchers found that athletes in combative sporting competitions who wore red were more apt to win than contestants wearing other colors. 19-1664 TC flatters everyone because it “resides in the center of the color spectrum, in between a cool cherry red and a warm, orangey tomato red,” says New York City makeup artist Sonia Kashuk.

Flattering Color: Indian Teal
Colors on opposite sides of the color wheel enhance each other, which is why strawberries look so good packaged in green containers, Eiseman says. It’s not surprising that this teal-Pantone 19-4227 TC, the color-wheel opposite of pink-plays up a healthy flush in the skin. Plus, it’s more versatile than a bright, summery turquoise, so you can wear it well into the fall with black, brown, and other neutrals.

Flattering Color: Mellow Rose

Sorry, Pretty in Pink fans, but Molly Ringwald did not look all that great in her bubble-gum pink prom dress. She should have opted for a more sophisticated shade, somewhere between a light pink and a peach, which looks more like a neutral than a pastel. The subtle color (Pantone 15-1515 TC) highlights the natural flush of one’s face, says Kashuk, giving anyone who wears it a glow. No wonder Kashuk recommends a similar shade of lipstick to all her clients.