Posted on December 11, 2013
Airy, romantic, bouncy feathers are this season’s must-have details. It easily adds up that holiday glamorous to any outfit pieces. If you have a slim body type, go on, you can wear the details on a top or a skirt, the flowy design will add some volume to make you have a fuller body shape. If you have a relatively curvy body type, forget about adding those feathers on the skirt, because it will make you have a rounder bottom half, so a feathery top or jacket will be a better choice. If you think lots of feathers are too much, look for a belt or a pair of heels that have the details, it will still have a bouncy movement without too much attention. Please, please avoid wearing a head-to-toe feather outfit, unless you want to look like a Christmas turkey. 😛
I hope you find the perfect feathery piece for your wardrobe! ❤
Posted on November 26, 2013
I know I know the weather is grey and cold outside, and everyone is bundled up with dark jackets. There are never rules saying you have to wear grey or dark colours for the winter season, so why not putting up something that will brighten up the day and make you feel like sunshine?
Photos by Driely S. from New York.
Posted on November 19, 2013
Orange is the new red! It is futuristic yet simple, not too overwhelming like red, and has more attitude than pink.
It doesn’t matter if it is creamy, matte, neon or pastel – every single shade of orange looks fresh and strong!
The “chemical peach” style of pastel orange colour gives you an instant freshen-up day look. Before you put on the lipcolour, it is very important to buff the dead skin off, no one wants to have orange chappy lips! And if you are using the matte lipstick, it’s always good to put some lip balm before, so the matte colour will look smoother and last longer. Because the colour is very light, you want to dab some foundation to cover up your own lip colour before applying the lipstick, in order to show the true pastel shade. To achieve this fresh day look, just keep the rest of the face matte and clean, with only sheer highlighter on the high points (brow bones, cheek bones and bridge of the nose), finish with one coat of black mascara. Wolah! Done!
Silvery metallic nails are the perfect pair with this “chemical peach” fresh look. File your nails square and short to make the nail colour look chic.
Bright, neon orange colour is great for a night out! It brightens up the face and makes the eyes sparkle. And it is very easy to transform the day-to-night look. Again keep the face matte and fresh with only highlighter on the high points, to balance the neon lips, you can dust golden shimmery shadow on the eye lids, along with winged-out black eyeliner, finish with two coats of black mascara.
Finish the bright night-out look with a pastel orange nail colour as a contrast of the lips, or with “go big or go home” high-shine sparkle metallic nail polishes.
I really love these orange shades on my lips, I hope you enjoy yours too!
Posted on November 12, 2013
Everybody needs a little wildness in their lives, at least in the wardrobes. Wearing a little or a lot of animal prints will keep you staying on trend!
When it comes to styling with the animal prints, it doesn’t matter if it is leopard (most common), tiger (recently hot because of Kenzo’s Tiger Fever collection), zebra, snake or giraffe print, the easiest way is to keep one garment in print, leave the rest of the outfit simple with solid colours.
If you want to get the most attention, the bold head-to-toe prints will definitely make you stand out of the crowd! But I really don’t recommend this style unless you are going to some fashion/dress-up events or trying to get snapped by some street photographers.
Another way to pull off the animal print is to wear it as an accessory, like a hat, scarf, sunglasses, belt, bag, gloves, shoes or even nail stickers. With these accessories you can even play the matching game, like wearing a hat to match up with the belt; a pair of sunglasses with the same printed bag… just keep in mind to keep the two accessories fairly apart.
Posted on November 4, 2013
I love to collect things. Erasers, stamps, stickers, dolls, animation figures.. since I was young. Now I collect postcards, lipsticks, nail polishes, shoes and arts. Somehow my husband has the same collecting habit (problem), so we always find ourselves decorating the apartment with our most cherished treasures.