A denim skirt is an awesome style that you can wear lots of ways and incorporate into loads of cool outfits. Its definitely on the casual side of things, being perfect for weekends or running around. However teamed with the right pieces, it certainly stands up to its “cool girl” persona and is regarded as one of the all time great bottom options.
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Ah, for the love of silk. A luxury fabrication that is quite ethereal and visually stunning with it’s soft, fluid drapery in endless colours and prints. Whether in the form of a shirt, bias cut dress, masculine cut pijamas or even pants, silk is a unique product that oozes luxury.
Feeling like being a bit pretty on this very day, I’ve opted for two outfits that pick up a soft pink base with light tones and featured key silk items. I’m feeling feminine again. What’s going on?
Ruffles are so cool. They add volume, dimension and create a dense texture when layered. They are artistically blessed and visually stunning when draped or strategically placed. Although ruffles do add size, flattering silhouettes are achievable and give a really high fashion element. This of course is up to the designers and their pattern makers to lavish us with their ribbon-esque masterpieces! This top is really a piece of art…
There is nothing more eye catching and effective, than an injection of leopard print incorporated into your outfit. Whether you wear a lot of it, or just a little… This universal earthy print available in an abundance of fabrications and materials, is nothing short of gorgeous! It proudly withstands the test of time as it travels in and out of fashion cycles every few years and I get excited whenever it pops back in to fassh-unn!
How often do you look at the back of a top or dress and think…”how pretty is the back!?”… Well, I’m here to tell you it’s positively and absolutely acceptable to wear it backwards. Why not? This sweet shirt was so easy to flip around and I was able to wear the buttons down the back to showcase the detailed embroidery at the front.