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10 Pants That Won’t Stick

10 Pants That Won’t Stick

Posted on 04 Aug 2014 at 5:13am

In summer, the ice cream is plentiful and cheap while levels of Vitamin D are greatly replenished. But summers also brings big fashion problems as anyone can tell you in a big city who’s even wearing a flip flop. To our dewy summer skin, the tendency of clothing sticks.

On a humid day, we’d die sooner than wearing skinny jeans. But the solution is not either provided by dresses and skirts but it will make us fixed to the subway seat while the others will be having much travelling.

The only intelligent solution is a stylish and good pair of palazzo pants. We know like ‘Dress Barn’,…

How To Do All Black In The Summertime

How To Do All Black In The Summertime

Posted on 12 Jun 2014 at 6:08am

Black can be a difficult color to use in summer though it might be your favorite. You may have to listen many questions and suggestions as aren’t you feeling heat in this T-shirt? Will you wear that on workplace? Or they’re only good in stores. But the fans of all-black-everything will argue that the color automatically isn’t suffocating, anti-sunshine or hot. So keep on summer gothing as haters are gonna hate.

PVC, leather, textures and crepes can be exceptionally breeze and all can work for warm weather in skimpy, long lengths, baggy styles and fashion-forward styles. Your all-black item can be just as beautiful as any bright sundress if you…

The 5 Hardest Working Red-Carpet T-Shirts

The 5 Hardest Working Red-Carpet T-Shirts

Posted on 02 May 2014 at 7:00am

Our jeans go with everything which makes them great. And without our ankle boots, we don’t know where we could go. But the hardest working pieces in our wardrobe are surely out T-shirts, without any hesitation. Apart from soft and comfortable, a tee is also instantly flattering if you found the right fit. It is arguable that as one do with stilettos for the red carpet, so as one can work as well when cutoffs for the weekend and paired with blazers for work.

More than the uncontrollable slide of young stars who pros at mixing low and high, don’t look further. Beside ball gowns, vertiginous heels that were made…

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Biggest Style Trends for Prom This Spring

Biggest Style Trends for Prom This Spring

Posted on 22 Apr 2014 at 9:29am

If you are preparing the prom moment or you need of the moment dress for the celebration of the upcoming occasion for the celebration, then it will be great addition to the fashion rolodex with these fashion trends. If you are going to celebrate the occasion or the wedding ceremony or any other formal event or graduation occasion, then you will find these looks to be tailored, which is fit for various ages and sizes of the body. There are some perfect prom looks of the dresses, which will be suitable for the fashion lover women and girls.

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Retro Swimwear For Gals for Coming Spring Season

Retro Swimwear For Gals for Coming Spring Season

Posted on 13 Mar 2014 at 6:48am

Retro swimwear dresses for the girls including the high waist briefs, bandeaus and the balconette tops are provided for the swimwear. Most of the people like to have the vintage inspired dresses and silhouettes, which are excellent for this season. The Hollywood glamour provides different types of dresses and it does not hurt any girl and provides different styles.

You will feel confident while wearing the swimsuit, which can uphill the battle. You will also feel bombshell after going metro. There are different types of the swimwear including the flirty ginghams, halter-top maillots and ruched bottoms to meet all your needs and give the look of Marilyn during…

Hats Off to Lanvin’s Fall 2014 Collection

Hats Off to Lanvin’s Fall 2014 Collection

Posted on 01 Mar 2014 at 7:03am

If than white opera gloves there’s an accessory more ladylike, it’s a chic hat really. Alber Elbaz doubled down for fall 2014, hip to that fact. The tone was set for a whimsical collection by opening Lanvin with a plumed black cap that seemed to explode into a coordinated jacket.

And in feminism, pretty extras weren’t the only feats. The fantasies made reality by Lanvin are pleated leather dresses and a flowing pink gown. The models’ figures are played up by textural curve-hugging silhouettes and with layers of extra fabric strategically placed along seams are also enhancing them. But yet another accessory is perhaps the element…

Street-Style Tip Of The Day: Belts Over Buttons

Street-Style Tip Of The Day: Belts Over Buttons

Posted on 17 Feb 2014 at 6:30am

Fashion Week can be dizzying downright. It all goes by pretty quickly between the madcap outfits that peacock through Milk Studios and Lincoln Center daily, and the constant parade of runway inspiration. And on to the things that really matter, it can be hard to hang. E.g. that Fashion Week is genius style idea of a seven-day cavalcade that can be borrowed.

We’re making you an inspiration board of our favorite Fashion Week street-style looks and in your own wardrobes, the coolest takeaways you can use, to help you keep track of it all. Watch this space for print-mix mastery, kooky color combos and genius layering…

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To make it to fashion week, help one super-talented designer

To make it to fashion week, help one super-talented designer

Posted on 21 Jan 2014 at 5:48am

It’s easy to argue that to catch a break, Fashion Week is a tough place. It’s difficult enough to creating a cohesive, imaginative collection that’s also sellable but you also have to weave the right story with your garments, attract the right editors and sell to the right buyers. And don’t think that a wave of Anna Wintour’s wand is all you need to make this happen. To even arrive at the tents, it takes a lot of time, cash and connections.

But the help should come if you’ve got the talent. With New Orleans-based designer Amanda deLeon, we’ve recently fallen in love, and during this February’s New…

Is the Long Vest a thing?

Is the Long Vest a thing?

Posted on 21 Jan 2014 at 5:43am

From Alexander Wang to Zara, the long vest has been cropping up everywhere, is more like a sleeveless jacket and less like your typical, cropped-to-the-hip waistcoat. We’ll grant that this makes it a little tricky to wear. But to ditch the notion of long-vest-as-outerwear is the key, because a coat with no arms is needed by what sort of bifurcated, weird climate?

As an arresting layering piece, think of the long vest instead. Like the world’s most elegant blazer, Zara’s structured, dove-gray version functions: It magically makes feel creative directory to your even most boring work staples, like trousers and a black turtleneck. Or makes your typical going-out gear feel…

Scarves’ featuring 5 feeling cozy outfits

Scarves’ featuring 5 feeling cozy outfits

Posted on 20 Jan 2014 at 4:32am

For most of us it’s cold out right now, even if you weren’t on the East Coast enjoying a snow day today. And it means looking like Ernest Shackleton, you’re probably not leaving the house. It’s easy enough to forge forward into the freeze and just pile it on but that typically won’t cut it, knowing folks us.

Good boots and a warm coat are imperative pieces of gear, and it’s through your scarf that you can really play up the style. A scarf with some personality will do you good this winter whether nubby and thick, ephemeral and patterned or big and blanket-y. Ahead are five scarves that took…


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