Thanks giving has just come and gone. Of course this means that Christmas is fast approaching. Though not very many are immune to Christmas cheer, the winter holidays can often bring some major stress and anxiety along with all of the festivities. In case any curious fashion school students were wondering, the stress is usually caused by a myriad of things combined. For instance, if you are one of the brave few that dares to host a Christmas soiree, you must clean and decorate your house, shop for, cook and serve food and drinks, and make sure that you pay close attention to which guests RSVP and follow up on the guests that have forgotten. All of that is already a tremendous amount of work. Unfortunately, figuring out a chic, and classy outfit to wear to your party, and any other holiday events you might attend becomes an added task on the ever-growing list of things to do. However, do NOT let the anxiety get the best of you, especially when it comes to finding the right Christmas party outfits. Our
You can do what you want to do; your desire to do it is PROOF that you have within you the power to do it. Quote by, Wallace Wattles
To benefit from using the Law of Attraction that states: You attract more of what you focus on, try to focus your thoughts on the opposite of what you always do. Whether it is in your clothing selections, the way you dress, or the way you express yourself, you can learn to break yourself of bad habits and negative behaviors. So, make a habit to focus more on what you wish to happen. For example:
1. Replace anger and resentment with a positive, forgiving attitude. Not only will you feel better, in the long run, your health will thank you for it.
2. If you find yourself talking too much and not listening to the other person, focus on being silent for at least 20 seconds and make sure the other person completes voicing their thoughts before you speak yours.
3. In learning a new skill, focus on the outcome you wish to reach, and not
Hey guys, do you look in the mirror, wish you looked hip, and cool without looking like you stepped out of a music video or Saturday Night Fever? If you think you need some help, then you probably do. If you don’t think you need help, then you definitely do! So, read on for some great dressing guidelines from me. Dressing men is one of my favorite things, because just a few tips can make a big difference for you. Of course, I do love menswear and helping men look and feel their best. Moreover, because I have dressed many men on television and in private life. I know just what is needed.
First, it does not matter what shape you are. You can have a body like Brad Pitt or Sponge Bob, and still look great, IF you know what to wear.
Second, buy what fits you regardless of the size on the tag. All designers cut clothes differently. For example, Hugo Boss tends to cut narrow. Some of his labels, especially in small sizes, run very tight and narrow and would barely fit your baby
One of the most important aspects of being a teenage girl is the feeling that she fits in, dresses well, looks right and is part of her peer group. For lots of girls this can be a tricky time if they lack confidence and don’t yet feel comfortable in their own skin, as so many teenage girls don’t. Instead of focusing on themselves and where to make improvements girls look to the people around them for inspiration, acceptance and direction in how to dress.
Most high street fashion, particularly teenage fashion, is designed for ultra slim, waif like bodies. This can be great for the girl who is a size 6. She can happily copy her friends’ style and pull it off. But not every girl who is slender and willowy will feel confident with their body- some just want curves. And the girl whose shape and build is rather more curvy, doesn’t suit mini skirts, leggings worn with cropped tops or harem pants- but they don’t know what else to wear.
The following guide will help your daughter make the right style decisions so that she fits in, feels confident and stays on
Christmas is soon to come and everybody loves celebrating this season. It is the time of the year where everyone would be able to expresses their love and kind thoughts by giving and exchanging gifts to one and another. The falling of the snowflakes, Yuletide celebration, Christmas shopping, having a talk with family and friends in a relax and warm fireplace with hot cups of chocolate drink added with the deliciously prepared food are just the things to look forward to in this season. For people who always love fashion and trends, it is always one exciting part of the season to be updated in the latest style and fashion to come out in the season. This article will give tips and information about the latest fashion and style in this winter season.
1. Know the perfect colour for winter season.
In colour, white would still be the best one. Choose material that is soft snowy in shades and match them with another material printed with a winter design. Black and other various shades of bright black are nice to have in this season it would have a good contrast with the season’s design. Dull
The “Twilight” movie franchise, from “Twilight” to “New Moon” to “Eclipse,” has inspired legions of fans to devour everything about the movie, especially the fashions. Each character has his or her individual style, and these tips from fashion school experts will help give you the look of your favorite. So whether you’re a Bella or a Rosalie or an Alice, here’s some fashion advice you can sink your teeth into.
Bella Swan. She’s loved by both a handsome vampire and hunky werewolf, so Kristen Stewart’s Bella must be doing something right in the fashion department. Her style is casual and effortless, as if she doesn’t care how she looks (even though she always looks impeccable). To get Bella’s look, stick to basics, like fitted v-neck sweaters, henleys and hoodies paired with jeans. She also has great taste in jackets with multiple zippers and pockets, often cropped short to show off her legs. While some might interpret her look as tomboy, she is actually more of cowgirl, with rugged looks that fit her living in Arizona and now Washington. So embrace those plaids, denims and boots, and you may have Edward or Jacob pining for you as well.
With the warm days already here, most of us long to show some skin and to this end ladies dresses and skirts have no rivals. The new spring/summer 2012 season has brought a myriad of amazing dress and skirt trends and one of them is the asymmetrical ‘fever’. Shops are flooded with a myriad of asymmetrical dresses and skirts, coming in various shapes and shades, still some of us feel a little bit shy to try this trend.
Actually asymmetrical skirts can look amazing, if you buy the one that perfectly flatters your body shape and creates a classic, sophisticated look. Whether you like refined, elegant designs or flirty asymmetrical skirts with ruffles and other cute details, there is a wide selection of styles available, ideal for any occasion. Keep in mind that choosing the best skirt for you means finding the best design for your unique style and body shape. To make your life easier, here are a few useful fashion tips on how to choose the best asymmetrical skirt for your body shape:
1. Asymmetrical skirts are so hot now that both high end designer labels and cheaper fashion brands offer a myriad
Girls, let’s talk. Do you sometimes want to rip your boyfriend’s clothes off – because you just can’t stand them? You’re not alone. Many guys are clueless when it comes to fashion. But there’s help. If your man is a walking fashion emergency, you can perform CPR (Clothing Preference Resuscitation) on him, thanks to these tips from fashion school experts. You may be surprised at how well he cleans up.
Pants. Men are creatures of comfort, so many gravitate towards pants with “relaxed fits,” which is just another name for sloppy. All that extra fabric in the pants is not flattering. But some guys just can’t stop there in their crimes against fashion design. They also wear pleats, which add unnecessary bulk around their hips. And then there’s the matter of cargo pants. No man has ever looked good in them. There, somebody had to say it. Have your guy try on a flat-front pair of pants in a straight leg style, and compliment him on how great he looks. (Boys need flattery and encouragement to do what you want them to do.)
Jeans. When it comes to pants, jeans are the number one favorite, but
When it comes to expressing your personal style, why settle for safe and predictable, when you can be bold and daring? If you don’t want to boxed in with restrictions and rules, remember you have the fashion license to experiment and explore possibilities. After all fashion, in all its eccentricities is definitely not for the weak-hearted.
To keep up with the rapidly changing trends, you don’t have to constantly update your wardrobe and designer fashion jewelry pieces every season just stay abreast with the latest. In order to get more mileage out of your clothing pieces and accessories, go ahead and get those creative juices flowing by mixing and matching clothes, along with your collection of fashion rings, designer bracelets and gold statement necklaces.
Think about it. How would you want to wear sequined tops with funky sneakers? How about going crazy with bright colors from head to toe? Hermes with your vintage skirt? Ooooh.. the mere thought of the possibilities are too exciting to ignore and simply pass up!
Stack it up with an eclectic mix of designer bracelets. When it comes to wearing designer fashion jewelry pieces, real style is not all
The Fox television show “Glee” is not just a hit with music fans who love all the fabulous musical numbers. It’s also caught the eye of fashionistas who love the clothes that the characters wear. One wouldn’t think that a show set in a Midwestern high school would boast such a stellar wardrobe, but the students and faculty at the fictitious McKinley High have become fashion icons for “gleeks” around the world. Thanks to our panel of fashion school experts, here’s a look at the show’s characters and their distinctive styles, and how you can get the “Glee” look.
Rachel Berry (played by Lea Michele). Although a Cheerio once remarked that Rachel dressed like she was home schooled, the lead singer of New Directions has a killer wardrobe to match her killer voice. With her neo prep school look, she’s made wearing plaid skirts and knee highs cool again, and it looks like she has an argyle sweater for every day of the week, or month. To don Rachel’s style, mix preppy patterns with bright solids, and finish it off with a pair of saddle shoes. We can’t guarantee it will make you sing any better, however.
For fashion design devotees, the best thing about “American Idol” isn’t watching the performances, but witnessing the incredible makeovers that the finalists undergo. After all, who can forget the way Clay Aiken transformed from geek to heartthrob in a matter of weeks? As the competition heats up this season on “American Idol,” our panel of fashion school experts have gleaned lessons learned from seasons past for makeover tips that will have you looking so good, even Simon Cowell would approve.
1. Step it up a notch. When David Archuleta wore jeans and a t-shirt to perform in Season 7, he looked like a high school kid on a field trip, not a potential superstar. But when he added a chic military-styled jacket over the tee in later weeks, he became a contender. Archuleta showed that the best Idol makeovers involve upping the glam factor, and the littlest detail can do so. For example, you could finish off a pair of jeans with a jewel-studded belt, or pair a conservative suit with a brightly-colored scarf.
2. Dress your age. Alison Iraheta from Season 8 was the perfect example of someone who dressed age-appropriately. Only 16 years old,
Halloween is that holiday where you get to show the world (or at least your friends) how creative you are. Whether you are a novice or have a degree in fashion design, here are three perfect costumes that will let you take your sewing machine center stage!
No ordinary costume will do. It must be something that shows artistry, thought, and most of all, style!
How about something from the world of Mad Men? Get schooled at the Betty Draper fashion college. Betty has the quintessential wardrobe of the 1960s. With her shift dresses, chiffon sashes, and three-quarter sweaters, her classic style transcends the decades.
Scour your local vintage store for a conservative dress with spaghetti straps, fitted bodice and full circle skirt to wear as the underlayer. Using the dress as a pattern, create a sheer outer dress with the same skirt silhouette, but with a button-up bodice, sweet cap sleeves, and a high neckline. Don’t forget to wear a diamond wedding ring to complete the look. This is the perfect costume for couples. What guy wouldn’t want to be Don Draper for a night?
If you have a love for nature and
The desire to look stylish doesn’t disappear just because there are a few more candles on the cake. When you think of senior fashion, does your mind conjure up images of blue hair and support hose?
Seniors Worry About Medicare- Not Skin Care
Advertisers would have us believe that only shoppers well under retirement age get excited about new clothes. Commercials show seniors getting plastic surgery to look good, not shopping at Victoria Secret.
I think they’re trying to sell the idea that looking youthful, is the key to looking great.
I’m not buying what they’re selling… Are You?
Caregivers Who Focus On Senior Fashion Are Worth Their Weight In Gold
Did you know your outward appearance can affect your demeanor and even your healing abilities? Check out what scientists are saying:
- The link between physical health and emotional outlook is powerful
- Negative feelings can suppress the immune system
- Positive feelings can speed up recovery from injuries
Caregivers who help their loved ones feel good with a new article of clothing, manicure, or hair style change more than just the outside appearance.
Their message says their loved one is worth
If you are looking for fashion size plus then you are not the only one. Hundreds of searches take place every day on-line to find trendy stylish clothes for women with a fuller figure.
Remember size 16 is now the most popular fashion size plus, therefore women with voluptuous figures want to dress to impress and buy clothes which make them feel good.
Listed here are tips make you look good when you have a fuller figure.
1. Buy your correct fashion size not the size you wish you were. You will look and feel much slimmer when you wear clothes which fit you properly. Wearing clothes which are shapeless and baggy will make you look bigger. Wearing clothes which are too tight will show case all your lumps and bumps.
2. Underwear counts, a bra that fits you across the back and in the cup size will make will look slimmer. 80% of women wear the wrong size and ill fitting bra. It is important to get measured every six months, wearing the correct size will lift and tuck, it is an instant breast job. You will also give your waist more
Who wants a Cosmo? With “Sex and the City 2” hitting theatres, it’s time to get “carrie’d away” with the girls for a “Sex and the City” bash. Our fashion school experts have some party ideas to make your celebration particularly stylish and fun. So dial up the glamour and find your inner Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte or Miranda with these oh so fashionable SATC party tips. Oh, and Mr. Big’s not invited.
Dress like your favorite character. A big part the fun of “Sex and the City” is the glorious fashion design. Each of the show’s women has her distinctive style, so channel your favorite character and work it! All you Carries out there might mix an avant-garde piece with a vintage find; try a men’s vest and tie; or wear a tank top and tutu like Sarah Jessica Parker wears during the opening credits. Samantha’s wardrobe is bold and sexy: vivid colors, animal prints and figure-hugging tops are at the top of her fashion list. She’s also all about the accessories, like big hoop earrings, designer bags and dramatic hats. If you’re more of the Charlotte type, think Park Avenue Princess: either a classic A-line
In the fashion world of reality have you never noticed how latest trendy fashion designs what clothe boutique shop mannequins – duplicate creations designed decades ago. If your keen eye espied this, then does this not tell you something? Yes that’s right, the clothes mum and granny wore in their hey-day could have you after a few minor alterations be the envy of all your friends. A rummage in the closet of the grey haired or blue rinse relative can save you time and money.
Revival of fashion rejuvenates from flower power hippie bell bottoms into flares. The bolero jacket turns box coat, and back on the scene with vengeance the pointed shoe once referred to as the “winkle picker,” oh and not forgetting the square toed “chisel”. I ask who is responsible for such unappealing names. Mind you back in the days of the Beatles the mention of winkle picker was so desirable it was like music to your ears. In reality chic trendy fashion items are not changing with the times – only the name.
Being fashionable is not about designer labels but the actual design of the outfit itself. The style layout is
I wouldn’t say that I’m one of those miserable people, who seem so put out by the winter season but I sure am glad when we see the back of it! Don’t get me wrong, the winter isn’t entirely unbearable however it can be a bit boring when you’re trying to look as stylish as possible.
Winter style is good but when you’re limited to knitwear and coats so thick you risk looking like the kid out of Home Alone; it can get a bit mundane. With the spring however, although the weather isn’t 100% warm, the ability to ditch the countless layers and where something other than brown can be quite refreshing to say the least.
Whether you’re into your fashion like me, whether you try to keep up with the latest trends as much as possible or you just go with the flow; the coming spring season brings with it an endless number of style opportunities. You don’t have to be completely outlandish in your style choices but this spring there is no reason why you cannot look like a well-groomed gentleman that knows exactly what he’s doing.
Ready to get a
There’s a famous saying that goes, ‘the clothes make the man (or the woman).’ This simply means that what one wears can say a lot about him; some actually judge people on the kind of clothes they wear. Ever since that time when man decided to put on something to cover his naked body, he has always been paying attention to what he wears not only in terms of how it protects his body, but also on how he’s going to be perceived by other people. Today, fashion trends come and go as fleeting as the latest smartphones.
If you’re the kind of person who doesn’t necessarily keep up with the latest trends in fashion but don’t want to look old-fashioned either, you can follow these tips on how to dress up in style without necessarily spending a fortune or without looking like you’re trying to follow the trend:
Choose clothes that complement your skin color, height and size – Some people make the mistake of putting on something that they’ve seen their favorite celebrities wear that may not necessarily be ideal for them. Always go for outfits that will highlight your good features and
You might have realized by now that the winter holiday season is not for the faint of wallet. Between food, drinks and supplies for hosting holiday parties, gift-giving, and shopping for party outfits and cold weather gear, these holidays can outstretch the finances of even the wealthiest of merrymakers. That’s why this New Year’s season, we reached out to thin-pocketed fashion college students who are awfully good at making a little bit of cash really last. Luckily, we ended up with some great tips on how to hang on to your dollar bills in the early days of 2013 by hitting the thrift stores and being smart about what you buy.
1. Not all thrift shopping is created equally. If your post-holiday budget is stretched extremely tight, it’s important to dismiss the common misconception that all secondhand clothes shopping is inexpensive. For those of you that live in bigger cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles or New York City, you will definitely have noticed by now that it majorly depends where you go looking if you are truly trying to find a bargain. In order to keep it extra thrifty this January, avoid smaller vintage boutiques
Growing up you didn’t think that you would feel so passionate about a subject like fashion. But fashion says a lot about a person, and it shows people that you want to look your best at all times. Go through the contents of this article to learn as much as you can about fashion.
For men with thinning hair, a small amount of hair mousse can be incredibly helpful. Apply it to the hair from the roots out on wet or dry hair. The mousse will add some volume, without weighing down your hair. It will also simplify styling your hair, and help train it.
If you want to make yourself look thinner, try to wear the color black. Whether it is a black shirt, skirt, dress or suit, the color tends to make the whole body appear to be thinner. If black is not a color you are fond of, try to accessorize your outfit with brighter colors.
Keep your haircut low maintenance. Everyone runs into time crunches when preparing for meetings, outings or other events, and having an easy to fix hairstyle cuts the time needed to get ready. Many fashionable hairstyles