Posted on January 5, 2014
There is nothing more existing than wearing metallic gold in this wintery dark January. The tone can be chosen from rich antique golden brown to bight golden poppy to lightly dusted champagne shade. And you can also play with the different textures – delicate embroidery, metallic leather, shimmery satin or fairly-like organza. Because you want to make this golden piece the eye-catching item, just keep the rest of the outfit plain and simple.
Hope you like this look! ❤
Posted on October 28, 2013
What is the colour of the season??? Pale pink, light pink, marshmallow pink… whatever you call it, this soft pastel shade is THE most trendy colour for the season! It compliments all skin colours and actually goes with everything from your closet. If you are girly, a pink flare or fitted skirt will bring the perfect touch of lady flair. If your style is on the edgy and cool side, an oversized jacket will add some softness to your look.
Posted on October 27, 2013
I’m sure most of you have tried or at least heard of matching lipstick colours with blush or nails, but do you know it is totally cool to play matching games of your ear candies with colourful painted lips?
So how to pick a winning pair? First you need a pair of statement earrings – bold colours, strong lines or unique designs are the go-to ones. Then pick the lip colour that matches or even slightly lighter than the earring colour for a subtle look, or go for a contrast colour for a bold and fun look!
From top left: Flamingo earrings, Topshop. Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet in L’ECLATANTE. Golden ball earrings, H&M. Giorgio Armani Lip Maestro in 300. White acrylic earrings with gems, Marni for H&M. Chanel Rouge Allure in EXTATIQUE. Multi-colour bumble bee earrings, Forever 21. CLINIQUE Chubby Stick Intense in Grandest Grape. Blue and green gem earrings, Zara. Maybelline Vivids COLOR SENSATIONAL in Electric Orange. Charcoal crystal ear cuffs, Topshop. Stila Stay all Day Vinyl Lip Glass in Hot Pink Vinyl. Black beaded earrings, H&M. CoverGirl Lipstain in EMBRACE.