Are you in the mood for romance? Whether you’re single, keeping things casual, or fully committed, there’s plenty to love about this season’s fresh take on romantic fashion. From daytime to late night dressing, there’s a pulsating energy in these ethereal, fantastical, uniquely feminine selections just waiting for you.

Midi Length Carolyn Coat

Dale Daisy Chantilly Lace Dress

Kyla Knit Dress & Kora Cardigan

Brock Collection

If you value femininity you may be a hopeless romantic. Ruffles, lace and pleats are just a few of the whimsical, feminine details that tend to lend a romantic fashion touch. Soft colors and fabrics like chiffon and silk that drape graciously on your body create a sensuous silhouette. Dark colors such as burgundy red or black tend to convey an alluring appeal.

Valentine’s Day is on the horizon, but why not celebrate romance across the spectrum at all times of the year? Soften your look with the addition of florals, lace and seductive off-the-shoulder detailing. Check out the Brock collection. It’s filled with romantic fashion that would suit even the most conservative, classic dressers. Clothes needn’t be saccharine to have a romantic appeal. There’s an ultra-chic effect to mixing florals and denim so don’t shy away from combining pieces to create romantic looks that reflect your inner desires.

Romance is timeless as evidenced by this photo of celebrities dating back to 2009.

In the Mood

Credit: Wiki – Marilyn Monroe, Celebutopia – Jennifer Love-Hewitt, Wireimage – Scarlett Johansson,
Glamour 2009 cover – Taylor Swift, Getty Images – Freida Pinto

The feminine appeal never ages. So, get your blood pumping, renew your faith in love and embrace this season’s hottest looks for spring.

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Judy Ninman

Judy Ninman is owner/designer for her namesake couture company, partner in one of the top Worth New York agencies in the country, and designer of award-winning signature apparel for corporations. With over 25 years experience in the fashion industry, she has been featured in the Dallas Morning News, D magazine, Southern Bride, and hosted FOX 4’s Good Day Dallas fashion segment. She has a reputable, loyal following of Dallas’ fashion-conscious women. Check out her website and LinkedIn.