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Belk previews spring fashions in anticipation of Dallas store opening

In anticipation of Belk opening in Dallas in April 2014, fashion director for Belk, Arlene Goldstein gave tips on what spring fashions would be trends for the upcoming season.
In anticipation of Belk opening in Dallas in April 2014, fashion director for Belk, Arlene Goldstein gave tips on what spring fashions would be trends for the upcoming season.
Leah Frazier

Belk, a leading department store specializing in mid-range to upscale fashions is headed to Dallas and will be officially opening its location in the Galleria shopping area in April 2014. In anticipation of the grand opening, Belk fashion director and vice president of trend marketing, Arlene Goldstein, traveled to the DFW area to give select media attendees a sneak peek of what's to come once Belk opens the doors for its flagship store in the Big "D".

This spring, Goldstein predicts three signature style statements that will not only be showcased at Belk but also worn by the top trendsetters in fashion--style statements that she has identified as Feminine Charms, Clean Slate and Jet Setter. Goldstein presented these style statements using top designer brands such as: Michael Kors, Free People, Eileen Fisher, Adrianna Papell and a fashionista favorite Vince Camuto.

This spring, fashionistas are encouraged to channel their inner femininity by sporting frills, ruffles and 3D appliques for an elegant and textured style. For those who prefer a more clean approach to their fashion, Goldstein suggests making a bold statement using some of Belk's noted designers, all the while maintaining a minimal and chic palette. Lastly, for the jet setting diva, tribal patterns and animal prints are still in--all of which should be warmly embraced for the fashionista who's the ultimate world traveler.

With just a small preview of what Belk has to offer, Dallas is already all abuzz. Stay tuned for more updates to come as the grand opening for Belk in April 2014 will be larger than life and the mark of an exciting beginning to what will be a great staple for Dallas fashion history.