Fashion

Spring 2021 Casual Fashion Trends

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) –

Fun spring fashions were on display during two PSL segments today from Four Seasons. During this first installment, Katie Andrios hosts a mini fashions show featuring various types style choices available as venture into life without always wearing sweatpants (post-pandemic). The emphasis during this segment was some high-quality more casual (& still comfy!) options.

Four Seasons has several stores throughout the greater region. Besides Geneseo and Davenport, there are Four Seasons stores in Galesburg, Dubuque, Peoria, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, and Princeton. See details of all locations here.

Four Seasons Davenport / 2205 East

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10 Fabulous fashion products you need in your life RIGHT NOW from Amazon

Style and fashion are two things no one can say no to. Here are handpicked 8 items from Amazon to look fabulous any season. Check it out!

As the trends keep changing and the fashion pendulum keeps swinging, few things top the list each time and there is nothing worse than missing those hot button styles. Be it the floppy hats or velvet dusters, we are so in love with fashion that we bring to you our favourite cool and stylish products from Amazon you must-have to slay in style. If you are looking for cool picks to add a

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6 Celebrity-Approved Trends to Try This Spring

A classic trench will never go out of style, but this spring, it’s all about looking for a more modern take on the coat. Stars like Emily Ratajkowski, Irina Shayk, and Hailey Bieber have tried out styles that are double-breasted in silhouette, finished in a waxy leather, or even accentuated with shearling. Wear it with everything, from jeans to a knitted dress.

Rebecca Tayor caped cotton trench coat

Burberry sleeveless trench coat

Mango belted flowy trench coat

Remains sheepskin trench coat

Square Toe Shoes

Photo: Courtesy of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Courtesy of Rosalia/Getty Images

This season’s trending footwear is deliberately ugly-chic: Square-toed

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7 Fashion Experts on the One Image That is Inspiring Their Style Now

We all know the ways in which 2020 changed our wardrobes: Sweatpants replaced jeans, hoodies settled into the real estate where button-downs used to live, and most of our shoes didn’t take one step out of the closet. But we’re three months into 2021, so it’s time to look ahead. While fashion month would usually serve a perpetual stream of inspiration with runway shows, presentations, and street style, the mostly digital formats have forced fashion folks to seek it out on their own. Instead, stylists like Karla Welch and Rachael Wang are finding it in unlikely places—and as a result

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These Massachusetts fashion companies offer style with a solution

These Massachusetts fashion companies offer style with a solution

Doug Meehan checks out an emergency alert system disguised as jewelry, a custom hat shop that pivoted during COVID-19, and a scarf with a hidden secret



>> THAT IS THE ACTUAL BUTTON. >> IT MIGHT BE TINY, BUT THIS TECHNOLOGY AT THE HIGH-TECH MANUFACTURING FACILITY IS A BIG DEAL. >> THESE PRODUCTS ARE ACTUALLY HELPING PEOPLE. >> FIVE YEARS AGO, HE AND ROGER WERE ENGINEERING STUDENTS AT UMASS. IT RESULTED IN WHAT YOU SEE HERE TODAY. DISCRETE DEVICES THAT SEND OUT AN EMERGENCY SIGNAL FOR HELP DISGUISED

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Home and Design | Style and Substance

For Thomas Hill, fashion and interior design have always been intertwined. As a boy, he scavenged his family’s attic for old clothes to cut up to create his own look. By 16, he had saved enough money to buy his own sewing machine and began turning out vests and jumpsuits from Butterick patterns. At the same time, he was whipping up draperies and redecorating rooms—once getting his mom to agree to move the TV out of the family room so he could turn it into a sitting room. The Minneapolis native later graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and

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