How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Walking the streets of London is equivalent to walking down a haute couture runway. When I leave my flat, I have to keep up with the well-dressed women (and men) of London that constantly have me flipping through the glossy pages of my fashion magazines.
Besides military polish, I have a love for equestrian style. There is something posh, upper crest blue blood about the style that I like. Not to mention the fact that I love horses. Nipped-in blazers, jodphurs, knee high boots, riding cap, tweed and scarves are the staples in this trend. They are all classic pieces that are timeless, never aging, never going out of style. In fact, Ralph Lauren has built his career on it.
Graphic Sweaters are all the rage this fall. Not just any graphics, but cute graphics like kittens, hens and polkadots. These cute additions to anyone’s wardrobe adds a bit of whimsy to your style. Showing others that you are never too old to be a bit girly and fanciful.
Somebody PLEASE explain this to me.
Crisp Fall winds have barely even kissed our cheeks and already those in the fashion world have us yearning for Spring with the fun fashions from the recently commenced New York Fashion Week Fall 2013. I still don’t get why they don’t show the upcoming FALL fashions at the beginning of Fall…too obvious?
Representing your heritage has become the next big thing, and Hollywood-types and readily embraced this concept and is catching on fast.
I have been writing posts for the last three months on skin tones and what they are, but it just occurred to me that you may not understand what the heck I am talking about. So I have decided to put cool and warm tones side by side so that you could see the difference in the tones in hopes that once you go out to shop for makeup or clothes, you will be able to choose accordingly.
I am back folks for the second installment (3 &4 coming soon) of how to dress for your undertones. Last week we covered color for yellow tones and this week it is all about the red-tones. So fasten your seat belts and come along for the ride.
Embrace the rainbow, ladies!
There is something quite sexy about a feminine woman dressed in menswear. Thanks to Coco Chanel, this trend has been a mainstay since the 1920s when Coco was seen dressed in her boyfriend’s clothes.
I was asked by the folks as Dinair to review their airbrush makeup system, plus SENNA said they have a mascara that can not be missed, and I just bought my first curly wig.
News at 11.