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With the cold lifting and new spring collections hitting the shelves, it’s the perfect time to change up your home and wardrobe with fresh new styles that reflect the joyful mood and bright colors of spring.
From home décor to wardrobe, Rancic shares firsthand how surroundings, especially in the home, can affect mood.
Spring is my favorite time of year because it’s a new awakening in the fashion world. I love exploring all the new trends and updating my surroundings with bright, happy colors that lift my mood.
In order to help other women rejuvenate their look and surroundings, Rancic shares her top five tips to stay on-trend and feel fresh and exhilarated in time for spring:
- Reinforce Ruffles. Spring is all about feeling pretty and feminine, and designers are pumping up the volume with ruffles. Whether on a throw pillow or jacket this season we’ll be seeing gorgeous fabrics and textures draped and ruffled into fabulous creations.
- Revitalize Home Fragrance. Fragrances refresh the home and wipe away the doldrums left behind when winter fades.
- Bright Colors, Fresh Look. What’s more perfect for spring than bright, cheerful colors? Take advantage of the season’s uplifting hues and make lips pop with orangey pink lipstick.
- Wake Up Happy. Start the day with colors that awaken your senses. Make your bedroom environment happy with a bright, cheerful new duvet or throw.
- Go for Geometric Jewels. Cool, geometric shapes are everywhere this spring. Clean, straight lines and bold color accents make a perfect pair. Added perk? You don’t have to spend a lot to achieve this look – Giuliana recently discovered a pair of bold emerald green earrings for just $8!
Giuliana Rancic is an entertainment journalist, television personality, producer and author. As the co-host of E! News alongside Ryan Seacrest and E!’s “Fashion Police” alongside Joan Rivers, Giuliana is always at the forefront of fashion and pop culture.
Born in Naples, Italy, Giuliana and her family moved to the United States when she was a little girl. Her love affair with television journalism began before she could even speak English – she learned the language by watching TV. She attended the University of Maryland, where she received a B.A. in Journalism and earned her Master’s degree in Journalism from American University in Washington, D.C. Giuliana splits her time between Los Angeles and Chicago. She resides in both cities with her husband, entrepreneur and talk show host, Bill Rancic.
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