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Remember when culottes were a staple in every woman’s wardrobe? Combining the functionality and comfort of slacks or shorts with the feminine look of a skirt, it makes you wonder why they lost favor in the fashion world. Let’s check out this new “old” trend.
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From street style stars to A-listers, everyone seems to have jumped aboard the culottes train, making them an “It” silhouette for all seasons. Still, something about voluminous short pants—also known as gauchos—doesn’t exactly scream wearable and flattering to a lot of women.
We’ve all seen it; a cute flowery Spring dress worn with sneakers or bland sandals and a handbag holdover from the Winter months. Don’t sell your lovely floral print spring dress short – accessorize with a lovely scarf, shoes, and a handbag to achieve a carefree but polished look – a bit of fun with attention to detail can make a just the right statement this time of year.
“Toss Up Tan and Light Blue Reversible Tote” – $49
“Fun-Seeker Navy Blue Suede Platform Wedges” – $30
“Mink Pink How’s the Serenity Pink Print Halter Dress” – $102
“Sadie Blush Pink Suede Lace-Up Heels” – $34
“Mariposa Beige Beaded Clutch” – $41
Girly florals and princess dresses are huge this season, and run the gamut from wild multi-color blooms to more low-key monochromes.
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Calling all girly girls: Those dresses your four-year-old-self imagined you’d wear while having tea with the queen (played dutifully by your stuffed bear, Nursey) are on full display this season. Dolce & Gabbana created a fairy tale wonderland for its spring 2016 runway show, but with our roundup of ruffled confections, garden florals, and frothy dresses, you can achieve those princess vibes IRL. Here, 17 of our favorites.17Photos
Slightly de-saturated colors are a natural progression from the winter drudgery before the wild bold colors of Summer take over.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pastels or pastel colors are the family of colors which, when described in the HSV color space, have high value and low to intermediate saturation. The name comes from pastels, art media characteristic of this color family. The colors of this family are usually described as “soothing”, “soft”, “near neutral”, “milky”, “washed out”, “desaturated”, lacking strong chromatic content. Read more…
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This is my first handbag purchase from Shein so I’m anxious to see it and “road test” it. It has to be able to hold a big wallet, cell phone and cover, large headphones, a drink bottle, among other items. Just the normal items you need to get you through the work day 😉
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What woman doesn’t feel more feminine when walking in stilettos? They make you walk with a purpose – you have to step carefully lest you land in a sidewalk crack or grating in the pavement – and they make a killer sound. Face it, clogs and platforms can’t quite compare with the sound of stilettos clicking across the floor.
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Stiletto heel(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase being first recorded in the early 1930s. Stiletto heels may vary in length from 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) to 25 cm (10 inches) or more if a platform sole is used, and are sometimes defined as having a diameter at the ground of less than 1 cm (slightly less than half an inch). Stiletto-style heels 5 cm (2.0 in) or shorter are called kitten heels.
Not all high slim heels merit the description stiletto. The extremely slender original Italian-style stiletto heels of the late 1950s and very early 1960s were no more than 5 mm (0.20 in) in diameter for much of their length, although the heel sometimes flared out a little at the top-piece (tip). After their demise in the mid-late 1960s, such slender heels were difficult to find until recently due to changes in the way heels were mass-produced. A real stiletto heel has a stem of solid steel or alloy. The more usual method of mass-producing high shoe heels, i.e. moulded plastic with an internal metal tube for reinforcement, does not achieve the true stiletto shape. Read more…
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