Monday, April 12, 2010
Scarves come in a multitude of shapes, sizes, materials, colors, and cuts. Therefore, they can be used to express anybody’s personal style or mood.
Necklace scarves have become a rage more recently. They are usually lightweight and droopy. They can be worn as a cowl neck or even as a choker. There are a multitude of necklace scarves out there with fabric twisted, sewn, and draped in various shapes and colors.
Over the Head
I love wearing hoodies. I always have, I always will. I’m wearing one right now in fact. Large scarves can be wrapped around the head to create a hooded effect. They shield you from rain, wind, or unwanted peeping Toms. While it’s possible to buy a premade hooded scarf, its equally fabulous to just wrap yourself (head included) in an over-sized scarf.
Spring is here and before you know it summer will be right around the corner. So, there’s no better time than now to get those gams in catwalking shape. Need a little incentive? How about these sexy little denim skirts to show off the hard work.
What kind hairstyle will be popular next year? I have to say: The short hairstyles.A short haircut that suits you and your lifestyle can dramatically change the way you feel and look,it can boost your confidence, make you look younger, and reduce the amount of time and money you spend on hair care.Not only these reasons, because get a new short hair is the trends, a lot celebrities are wearing short hairstyles these years.
When it comes to 2010 fashion trends we're facing a year of subtlety and tradition. And while many of us will be wearing classical silhouettes and subdued colours we'll all be in need of making them pop; after all, doesn't every fashioniser want to stand out from the crowd? The picture that I upload is Autumn (Fall)/Winter 2009/2010, but you've all gone ahead and worn them anyway. Yes, Summer may just be about to reach the Northern Hemisphere but seasons be damned. You want your thigh-high boots, and you want them now!
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
With only a few days before the Golden Globes, you can bet there’s a lot of action on Melrose Place and Melrose Avenue with all the big designer boutiques bustling with celebs trying on gowns – at Carolina Herrera, at Oscar de la Renta, at Marni, etc. A couple weeks ago I went to Melrose and I saw a new sign on an empty retail location that read: VIVIENNE WESTWOOD. As you might have noticed, Sandra Bullock was wearing a pink Vivienne Westwood gown to the People’s Choice Awards on Jan. It’s interesting that designer Ms. Westwood, commonly credited with starting the entire punk movement when she dressed The Sex Pistols, would open in L.A. when her N.Y. store closed years ago. I can’t wait till it opens.