The hot, hot, hot trend this summer is the cool appeal of carnations. Beautifully perforated in crisp cotton or loosely shaped from flowing knitting, the eyelets are the essential feature for 2014. This fabulous look can completely turn the changes in your summer wardrobe upside down, be it a simple
For all-day shopping, pair a women’s white Blazer with black jeans and ballet pumps or low heels, and a black handbag for a classic yet trendy monochrome look. For girls, the Blazer is also perfectly placed over a floral dress made of cotton or chiffon, which is already another big trend in th
Everyone is talking about this season’s off-the-shoulder look. Fantastically versatile, the beauty of this design trend is that it can be customized for any occasion. Whether you’re looking for a refined evening dress, casual daily fashion or something in between, the shoulder-less style has
A separate staple of spring / summer 2014 is the crop top, which may seem a bit of a disastrous prospect for those of us who aren’t abdominal blessed. However, there are many versatile ways to style short tops, which could prompt you to try this potentially scary trend.
This season, the peas
Our topsy-turvy weather would try the patience of any fashionista, but savvy know all about diapers. Maybe that’s why the overalls have a moment. You can wear clothes both under and over it, with the added benefit of a warm fabric if it is denim.
Vikki Kavanagh, buyer of casual wear for Harve
It’s not easy to remove the ballerina look outside a Swan Lake performance, but with a tulle skirt you can get the same femininity in your wardrobe without resorting to a complete tutu. Although they work best in bare colors and pastels in simple and elegant outfits, you can make it work in yo
Don’t let the sun steal your shine this summer – sequins are hot in 2014 and there are many ways to wear them. Only a sequined item can change your overall appearance and make it easier for you to adapt your daytime outfit to something more suitable for a night on the town. So, get a little
This season’s white-on-white trend exudes modern chic and keeps you cool even as temperatures rise. By emphasizing the clean lines and minimalist design, you can enjoy the white-on-white look with your casual or office outfit during the day and illuminate the night with an elegant cocktail dre
No 2014 summer wardrobe is complete without this fabulous basic style: the leather miniskirt. Whether you choose traditional black (although this year’s Designs are anything but traditional) or a gorgeous color, a leather mini skirt is your Must-Have for any occasion. With a fabulous color pal
Who doesn’t like lace? What not to love? It can be wise and feminine, in your attractive face or deeply romantic. It has always been a popular wedding dress-hence the current exhibition at the V & a-captivating royalty (remember Kate), celebrities like Lily Allen and brides and bridesmaids
Do not exclude folds because they assume that they have the wrong shape. True, you can add Mass, so if you are aware of hip size, stick to knife folds and light fabrics and just walk on diapers(Yes, we know it’s heavy). The general rule is to draw attention to functions that you are not satisf
If you see spots under your eyes this summer, do not worry. These are just peas spread around the shows and the main street. It is a model that is always with us and is always loved, but the challenge is to reinvent it every time.
Oscar de la Renta floats the look on chiffon evening dresses with not
It was the whole rave in the fall of 2013, but it’s still there in early 2014. If you’ve always thought that leather leggings are not for you, this spring is the time to reconsider. You will be surprised how adaptable they are. Use your imagination (and your browser) to explore the varie
Ripped Jeans outfits: the Look first hit us in the 1980s, but Fashion faded like a bleach bath. Now he’s back with a vengeance, and it’s all about style. Check out bloggers like Blair Eadie from the Atlantic-Pacific and Natalie Suarez from Natalie Off Duty to see what we mean. Or look at
Rudyard Kipling explained to us how the leopard got its spots. However, these stories from Just So don’t explain why our favorite animal print remains just that; but then it was a long time ago, and he probably wasn’t much of a fashionista, anyway
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