If you are looking for a way to underline your femininity, then it's time to try on a skirt. Today's article is dedicated to my favorite skirts you can try on this Summer season. These are: maxi skirts, denim midi skirts and pencil skirts. I do love them all, they are super versatile and can be worn in million ways. They do suit all body types, enhancing all your assets. Why don't we check out some cool outfit ideas you can recreate with these skirts.
The 1980s fashion is back in a big way. That's why fashionistas all over the world are bringing the puff sleeves back. Personally, whenever I hear the word "puff" attached to anything (especially sleeves), I think of Drew Barrymore's shiny pink prom dress in Never Been Kissed. But fear not—this is not 2018's plan. The street style crowd isn't wearing billowing bubblegum-pink tinfoil just yet, but rather shirts and dresses with dramatic oversized shoulders and sleeves. When said silhouettes are voluminous at the top and cuffed at the wrist, it's technically called a leg-of-mutton sleeve. And it's technically one of the few '80s trends I can imagine wearing.
Lace as we know it probably originated in the sixteenth century, although fine nets were swishing around for centuries before that. Needles or bobbins spun silky threads in dreamy colors for the adornment of modish outfits of the day. Ever since then, we’ve been looking for new ways to wear lace, and 2018 is no different. Lace dresses are often either conservative or coquettish, but these strike a lovely balance. Think Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (can’t you see her in the green one?), not the Queen Mother. Playful colors counter the naughtiness of the lace, creating a sexy attitude that’s anything but stodgy.
In this blog post I am about to show you my favorite skirts to try this 2018. There are three specific styles that are back in trend this year, including pencil skirts, wrap skirts and long skirts. Every piece looks original and individual. Sit back and enjoy this cool collection of women's must-have skirts.
From beaches to boulevards, shorts are your new summer staple - and there's a style to suit everyone. Shorts are polarizing. Yes, they’re a summer staple. But no, not everyone thinks they look good in them. Fear of camel toe and constant wedgies aside, shorts are necessary on a hot, humid summer day. And they can be versatile: A beat-up pair of Levi’s cutoffs always manages to look cool, while a fancy high-waisted style can be as polished as an A-line or pencil skirt — with less thigh chafing. And that doesn’t even count casual walking-the-dog shorts and any others in between.
This season Uniqlo has partnered up with French model-slash-designer Ines de la Fressange. The two have delivered capsule collections of affordable pieces inspired by the sophisticated femininity found in the influential works of motion picture directors François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard. I see beautiful Parisian charm and spirit. Ines de la Fressange is known not only for modeling and being muse for leading designer brands. She's also a successful business lady, designer and fashion icon. Ines has her own unique style and perfect taste in combining mannish and ladylike clothes. I love the way she manages easily pair everyday clothes by adding special Parisian chic that is so popular among fashionistas around the world.
Make a move around town wearing a stylish blazer atop your favorite snowflake patterned crewneck sweater and midi skirt. Complete the outfit by adding leather belt worn atop jacket.
Indie designer brand EEMON LIN presents its Fall season collection, named INFILTRATION. It consists of women's contemporary everyday outfits. Brand's designer was impressed by fashion from the very beginning of her life, as she made the dolls’ clothing in her childhood. After graduated in Fashion institute Donghua University, she went to Milan to study and had her Master degree in Fashion Design in Domus Academy.
Every single look is a MUST-HAVE! It's time to show you this Winter fashion forward footwear and accessories to wear in the streets, at work and special events. Are you thrilled to know? I guess you are! Please welcome CHARLES & KEITH winter campaign featuring functional essentials in cool and muted colors. The collection was inspired from monastic beauty. The color palette is clean and muted featuring tones of black, folkstone grey, chalk and brown. Functionality is the essence, while perfection and beauty remains unforgotten. The cold season expresses the idea of “less is more.”
Models appear in cozy tops updated with cool shades.
AV by ADRIANA VOLOSHCHUK presents its Autumn season collection. London based Russian/Ukranian designer Adriana Voloshchuk offers a strong yet feminine collection of women's ready to wear essentials. The Winter season was inspired by Mr. Selfridge and Suite Francaise. Every garment comes with a subtle 1920’s flair of coquettish yet sophisticated style.
I've already shared with you contemporary Prêt-à-Porter Atelier Ombradifoglia Autumn campaign shots. This time I want to draw your attention to label's Winter season lookbook.
A perfect warmer for cold season days. We see a collarless cape-coat in cream-white color.