All throughout the decades, there had been one out of many materials which has came up again and again as being extremely popular. And I don’t see any reason why it shouldn’t be this way.This versatile fabric can be worn in all sorts of ways, whether in a dress, a denim jacket, or shorts. And then of course there’s the fact that it is easily dyed into different colours, and of course rather comfortable on the skin. Perhaps one of the best things about denim is that just as wine developes in quality and value over time, so denim gets better with age; fitting your body type over time, a good pair of denim jeans can last you years.You can never go wrong with simple clean classic denim, it’s definitely a staple in anyones closet, fashion conscious or otherwise.
My style -sort of hyper fememine crossed with the less popular indie look- hasn’t changed much in recent years, and similarly, my shopping habits have grown to be pretty consistent. As soon as I have money in my pocket, I am out in the city spending it. Perhaps not the most wise way to behave, but it brings me pleasure. Until I’m broke and staring longingly at a dress that I don’t have the money for, of course. However my style bends, it does not break nor does it comform to the constantly changing, insecure patterns of the fashion industry. But as fragile these ‘fashion experts’ say the fashion industry is, I would beg to differ. Two years ago, I was wearing my hair partly up and partly down, wearing dark red lipstick. Oh and it seems, that the trend has returned. Last year, there was the unforgettable, and unforgiveable trend of 60-70s makeup. My dears, I sense a pattern is forming. So I ask you to consider this today; do you look to the future and try to predict what kind of nee trends shall surface, or shall you look to the past and ask yourself which trend shall resurrect. After all, it is Easter.
Just a short post to announce that i’m going to be starting to write regular posts on YOUR fashion dilemmas!
if you dont know what to wear for a date, party, or any occasion, if you dont know how to pull off a specific style/outfit, or really like a style but are finding it hard to find anything affordable… just follow these simple instructions:
- figure out what the problem is!
- write an email to email@example.com OR comment your dilemma on this post!
- wait until your dilemma is solved.. right on this blog!
dont worry about missing your blog- i will email you the post on your dilemma!
remember- email me firstname.lastname@example.org or comment your dilemma on this post- im waiting!!!
I’ve been struck down with fashion flu, also known as ‘I-have-nothing-wear Syndrome’. Symptoms include staring blankly into my wardrobe, and spending hours on Polyvore searching for inspiration… But I think I’ve found the cure – accessories!
Shoes, belts, scarves, jewellery – they really can bring life back to an outfit you’re fed up of. Accessorising also means you can get creative and put your own stamp on basic wardrobe staples like a little black dress.
I’ve had a rummage through my accessories and picked out my most-treasured – have a look!