Grey days, grey outfit? Counterintuitive? Not with the right details.
http://fashion-landscape.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Frontier-Psychiatrist.mp4 Last year I dressed up as Trinity from the Matrix and the year before that I was Amélie Poulin. This year, however, I opted for something different– a villain.…
Neon? I’ll pass. Cycling shorts? No, thanks. Tie dye? When pigs fly. If you’re not into all the 80’s decadence surrounding spring 2019, then find out which are the only timeless trends for minimalists you need to know for the upcoming season.
Neither fashion nor talent run in blood according to nationality, ethnicity, religion, or culture (Yes, even if those Parisian girls look as if they have something special going on in their DNA when it comes to style). However, it’s not only a matter of nature, but it’s also a matter of nurture. It’s a symbiosis.
My summer style last year was all about organic minimalism and architectural silhouettes: From puff sleeves to ruffles and lots of natural textures.
A retrospective of some of my best fall and winter looks last year.
Why wear a whole one, when you can wear half?
Forget basic skinny jeans, because straight leg jeans are the silhouette to go for this winter.
Happy coincidence: My Christmas wishlist happens to also be an ideal party outfit for the holiday season.