Clothing

A February Fashion Challenge!

A February fashion challenge! Another Valentine’s Day is upon us so let’s make it different this time and participate in a fashion challenge? That would not only set this day apart from the rest but incorporate a little something new in your life that involves cultivating your own style and fashion sense. Now the challenge is to love yourself, ( at least that is the start of it ) for 7 days (even if you already do) wear something that shows how your reflect love and happiness in your life.

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Red Power – Passion, Desire & Love

Red Power – Passion, Desire & Love. Red is a classic color associated with Valentines Day. It conveys many positive feelings such as energy, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love. Reds are always in style and are ruling fashion today . The last several seasons red has been evident on designer runways such as Giambattista Valli, Valentino, Stella McCartney and Sonial Rykiel.

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Christian Dior on the Color Red

Dior on Red ” A very energetic and beneficial color. It is the color of life. I love red and I think it suits almost every complexion. It is good for any time, too.

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Ramp Up Your Style with Red

Valentines Day is approaching and February is a perfect time to find the color red that flatters you. Red is a color everyone can wear. Red is warm, positive, powerful and gives you a youthful appearance, an energetic look and confidence. Wear red virtually anywhere and at anytime.

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Build A Basic Wardrobe

There is no perfect basic wardrobe that applies to all. A basic wardrobe takes into consideration lifestyle or clothing for all of our activities. If you are a hockey coach your wardrobe is going to be a lot different than a corporate lawyer’s.

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The Golden Globe Awards – Fashions in Black Dominated

The Golden Globe Awards were dominated by fashions in black last week. The winner, Oprah Winfrey, of the Cecil B. DeMille award at the Golden Globes , wore a Versace Atelier. A very tasteful, off the shoulder style gown with statement earrings, drawing attention upward away from her body.

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Fashion Resolutions for 2018

Fashion Resolutions for 20167 dress better, look better, feel good and make your clothing budget go further. Most of us would like to improve our life in many areas when we begin a New Year. Saving money, getting in shape, improving our minds, etc. are some universal goals many strive to accomplish at the beginning of every New Year. For those desiring to dress better, look better, feel good and make their clothing budget go further here are 10 fashion resolutions for the New Year.

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Melania’s Fashions on Official Asia Trip

Melania Trump did not disappoint on the Asia trip. She looked awesome in everything she wore. She departed DC for Hawaii then a trip to Asia in a gorgeous elegant but simple blue dress with matching colored shoes and continued to WOW the fashionistas.

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Perfect Fitting Pants Guide

Perfect fitting pants or jeans are going to be different for different figure shapes. Most of us love wearing pants and we wear them most of the time, however there is no one size or style that fits all. Pants come in many styles and when they fit perfectly they look great and are comfortable. Finding the perfect pants means putting in some time trying on different styles to see which look best on you. Sizes often vary among different brands but once you find a brand that fits you, invest in several or many pairs in a neutral color.

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Fashion Dead or Alive?

Fashion defined as a popular trend suggests that fashion is still alive and well. There are an abundance of trends out there. Fashionable garments were once created by designers and worn by people of wealth and position, such as Princess Di, Jackie Kennedy and Grace Kelly, etc. Other women tried to emulate these styles and designers were the leading force behind what other women wore. There were fashion rules to live by, such as: no white clothes worn after Labor Day, fabrics such as lace and velvet were only worn for special occasions and you would never wear denim jeans to a symphony or ballet performance.

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