A Fresh New Look for Spring and Summer

With Bradford pears, cherry trees, and tulips blossoming all over town, trading cozy loungewear for the hottest summer fashion trends won’t be far behind. And whether you’re venturing out to Salt Bae’s newest restaurant in the Arts District for a gold-crusted steak, having margaritas on the patio at MiCo, or enjoying a small gathering on your front porch with friends, you’ll be living for these looks. 

For spring into summer, we saw lots of crop tops and cutouts on the runways. Think 90s Gwen Stefani chic at Dior and peek-a-boo flashes across the chest and around the waist at Fendi and Isabel Marant. Sheer, diaphanous layers over midi and maxi dresses and bikinis were the rages at Dior and Ferriti. You can recreate the looks at lower price points too that will take you from poolside to dinner in a flash. 

Buh-bye skinny jeans. Wide-leg trousers — and even the return of the gaucho pant — have been spotted with the bra-top trend. Think body-skimming layers on top to balance the volume on the bottom and spaghetti straps everywhere. And dresses, too, embrace volume. Your maxi dresses still have life this season as long as they fit like a slip. Strappy and plunging up top, flowing, sheer chiffon to the floor. 

After a year of being inside, and with all the emphasis on the shoulders and bustlines this spring and summer, it might be time to seriously consider researching plastic surgery in Dallas. If you’ve been contemplating breast surgery, recent advances in implant design ensure safety, longevity, and comfort.

Consistently named one of the Best Doctors in Dallas by D Magazine and as a SuperDoctor by Texas Monthly, Dr. William Carpenter has been working with Dallasites for more than 24 years. During your consultation, Dr. Carpenter will collaborate with you about a surgical plan to enhance your breast anatomy, taking into consideration your unique shape and cosmetic goals. 

Breast surgery can be done to correct breast volume loss after weight loss or pregnancy and to restore a more youthful shape. Recovery is different for each patient, but you can expect to return home following surgery with post-op instructions and resume normal activities one or two weeks after surgery. 

As with any surgery, there is a risk for scarring, but Dr. Carpenter works to ensure incisions can be hidden by clothing or your body’s natural contours. Peek-a-boo bralettes by June, anyone? And since Dr. Carpenter is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, discussing concurrent surgical options like a breast lift or tummy tuck to address skin laxity is always an option. 

Plastic surgery in Dallas is one way to achieve the proportionate curves you desire. It’s a good look for any season.