Friday, 16 November 2012

Top 5 tips on how to wear colors

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Wearing colorful clothes add life to any kind of women’s outfit. But not all colors look good on everybody. Some colors may flaunt the body type of the wearer, or to others, may make them look bigger and fuller. To solve this problem, we will give you tips on how to best wear colors to make you look slimmer!
1. Embrace Darker Colors
Darker colors like black, brown, gray, and others, have the power to make you look slim. It is important to wear darker colors on your problem areas that you don’t want to give attention.
Say with Kim Kardashian, who has big thighs. She opted to wear black pants to balance her big thighs and full breasts. As with Jennifer Hudson, who is both heavy on top and bottom, opted to wear black bolero to conceal her big arms, and black pants to tone-down her legs.

2. Go monochrome
When in doubt, pull-off a monochromatic outfit. Wearing outfits in monochromatic color gives you a slimmer illusion. Best colors you can wear all-out are nude, black, white, grey, brown, royal blue, and red. By wearing colors in this way, the color block on your entire outfit balances everything, and does not give focus on one area only.
Look at Beyonce’s white ensemble, she wore white tee matched with white skinny jeans. The whole white look veers away attention to her wide hips, and balances her curves.Meanwhile, Tyra Banks went fiery in her red ensemble! Her red outfit from head to toe makes her look sexier, without giving too much attention to her big hips.

3. Not much of shiny clothes
Beautiful as it may seem to see yourself shine in a sparkling dress, or shiny pants, but then again, wearing shiny colors like gold, silver, bronze and other metallic hues, need proper handling. Shiny clothes tends to reflect light and is too attention-grabbing. So make sure that you wear these colors on your best areas, and never on your problem areas.

Take for inspiration, full-figured Drew Barrymore who looks so slim in her sparkling top paired with a plain black cropped pants. She chose to highlight her upper body, particularly her curvy waist and slim arms. She knew the sparkle of her bejeweled top will give focus on her lower abdomen, so she tucked the top in and pulled her pants up to her belly-button to avoid showing her flab.
On the other side, J.Lo flaunted her curvy body by wearing a metallic bodycon dress, giving much attention to her body and her beautiful abs, less flab.

4. Avoid bright colors
Same thing as the metallic hues, bright colored clothes easily draws attention to areas, only that, they not reflect light and sparkle. Bright colors like orange, yellow, neon colors, hot pink, and the like, expose wider angle on your body. Make sure you’ll wear these colors on the right areas to flaunt your best asset.

Let’s take a look on Rihanna’s orange pants. She rocked it so well, that when you see her from afar, you would draw your attention to her long slim legs.

5. Color combination
The key secret to wear colors is the proper combination of it. Mix light colors and dark colors properly, in a way that flaunts your body type and compliments to your skin tone. If you are wearing a dark bottom to conceal your legs, go for a lighter shade of top to emphasize your torso, waist, and chest. In this way, you can pull attention to areas that should be given focus.
Look at how slim and proportioned Kim’s body, in her yellow top, and dark jeans. In this outfit she wants to focus on her upper part rather than her curvy hips. In this manner, she veers away from looking too curvy. On the other hand, Rihanna opts to emphasize her hips by wearing her red and silver bandage skirt.

Me Today

A Mary Jane shoes, pretty simple but incredible fit. Help bring out your lovely legs. And as Amy Adams once said :"I like Cinderella, I really do. She has a good work ethic. I appreciate a good, hard-working gal. And she likes shoes. The fairy tale is all about the shoe at the end, and I'm a big shoe girl."
 Guess what? I love shoes too!
 This peter pan neck blouse is from Topshop, as you could see the color was lovely and feminine. What I really like about it is the neck, with a "peter pan" neck, you don't need to add any necklace or accessories on the neck cause the blouse already did and did it pretty well.

 Ok, let me say this, this is a perfect skirt from Dorothy Perkins for any kind of season ( in my opinion of course ), elegant, perfectly fit and easily help with show your curves. Overall, this skirt can make you look H-O-T but on other hand, you can be smart and good looking in it.
A simple Multilayer Vintage Fabric and Leather Bracelet easily help to bring out your out fit. That's why we have accessories.

TIPS: Too simple? Need more accessories to bring out your outfit since it's in palette? Try some belts, it'll work. But don't mix the colour too risky. For example, since the blouse an the skirt is in cold colour, don't try to wear a red belt. It's just too much since we want our style to be soft and lovely.

Friday, 9 November 2012

The Charm of Fashion

Fashion - the F word that when you open a magazine, you see those amazing leather leggings and you think that you can almost smell the smell of new leather, you see those Jimmy Choo high heels and desperately you want to walk in those shoes down the streets, you see those Prada dress and without notice, you say: "I want them!",... As a Fashionista, you could say that you know fashion, you love fashion and you are fashion, but to understand what fashion truly is, to know how important fashion is and to know what fashion means to you, it's a total different story.

Choose to join the glamorous world of fashion is like step into a "Hunger Game" as I could say, only if you have the courage to express yourself through what you wear, to stand out from the crowd, to inspire people by your style, your own style, to turn yourself into "It Girl", you won't be fade into other young designers or stylish who also have that passion and big love for fashion, to survive this game. Being apart of fashion is not to become a slave of those fashion pages in your monthly magazines but to know how to combine that scarf, that shoes, that shade,... into an outfit which is called "MY STYLE", and that "my style" not just only help you to stand out but to express yourself through it, make it to become a tool to give you confident and when you dress on that outfit and walk on that street, you turn that street into a catwalk of your own show that any one who walk pass you have to turn their heads back and say: "Look at that girl!".

Inimitable, being inimitable is a very best key to open that glory door for you to the top fashion world but not any one could be like that. Just let go off all the rules, take risks in what you wear ( sometimes indeed, actually ), express what you feel, what you think and what you like through it. Be you, and more important, be "It Girl"!

What I think of fashion may different from you, whoever reading this but what I really mean to say is:  "This is fashion! The F word that when you walk by that Danny & George, Chanel, Dior or Mary Jane store, what you want is to put those clothes on and walk confident on your catwalk or being one of them, the great and amazing designers who give life the precious gift, Fashion."