They hide love handles and belly bulges. They keep shirts properly tucked-in. Best of all, they don’t give you a muffin top. (Church say hallelujah!!). Trends come and go— but high waisted bottoms have been a classic wardrobe staple for me. This style gives you a well-balanced silhouette, making them ultra-flattering on just about everyone (so my fluffy sisters need not worry) I compiled different high waisted looks including skirts, shorts and pants to discover how to wear an d style high waisted outfits for any body type. Wear with a Tucked-In Top What’s the point of wearing high waisted pants if you’re only going to be covering them with…
Suited for Spring & Summer
Suits have come a long way from being plain and boring. For warmer weathers, there are some suit color combinations that are perfect for Spring and Summer which have also taken over our social media platforms and magazines. We like those suits, and appreciate when they are pulled off stylishly and fashionably. These combinations are perfect for brunches, outings and even work (if you are bold enough). Below are two suit color combinations that include bright, saturated and spring-appropriate styling that will liven up your closet and are still safe for corporate environments. Bonus: They are also my favorite colors.
Monochrome for Fall
It’s time to clean up our acts, ladies! In fashion terms, monochromatic dressing means wearing separates of one color that have different textures and/or similar shades of that color for an overall tonal look. While mixing patterns and color-blocking can feel a bit fussy and overdone, wearing a single shade is a simpler, cleaner approach to putting an outfit together. In fact, when you keep your overall outfit within the same color hue, the outcome can be just as striking as wearing a bold pattern or vivid color. A bonus is that the monochromatic outfits/looks have proven to be a trend that is cost effective whilst retaining its star power.…
Athleisure on a Budget
Over the past four years, Athleisure has become mainstream fashion. For those of us that don’t know, Athleisure is a trend in which clothing designed for workouts and other athletic activities is worn in other settings, such as at the workplace, at school, or at other casual or social occasions. The idea is that gym or workout clothes make their way out of the gym , becoming a larger part of one’s everyday wardrobe. Back to the title, I would love to tell you that the more expensive your outfits, the more stylish you look but that would be untrue. Even though to be fair, some expensive items of clothing…