Showing posts from March, 2020

Style Inspo: Pairing Preppy Separates with One-Piece Garments.

We all want outfits that expresses our unique style, that speaks all the style languages for us . But the dream wardrobe is the goal ! And building that dream wardrobe takes more than buying different pieces. It's mostly knowing how to pair and rework everything we've got. Especially the separates and the one-pieces. Originally, they seem better when worn alone, but pairing separates like skirts, blazers, shirt and pants with one-pieces like jumpsuits, dresses and overalls can make for a pretty great style. We picture you thinking ' Is there a woman out there who wakes up every morning, throws her closet open  and knows she'll always find something amazing in there to make her feel stylish, both inside and out ?! Impossible.' Well it's totally possible if you follow our style inspo below. Ready? Allow your wardrobe to express your lighter side: For work, wear a button-down collared shirt under a dress for a chic office ensemble. Need a cover-up without th

Real Or Digital Fashion: A Lasting or Passing Trend?

For some of us who couldn't wait for fashion weekend to arrive, the Fall  2020 Ready-to-wear runway gave us a run for our money! How? well, Armani's had an audience-free show, Micheal Kors and Moncler canceled their events, and street style got an unexpected update of face masks and temperature checks.  And did you know that fashion print media, Vogue Italia, published their first-ever digital cover girl the March 2020 Issue?! yes they did. When Dolce and Gabbana first replaced models with drones for the 2018 runway collection, Prada experimented with digital models/influencers and Balmain launched its 2018 fashion campaign with only virtual supermodels, it seemed like a trendy thing to do at the time. lilmiquela Drones at the Dolce & Gabbana Runway 2018 However, hot topics such as sustainability in fashion, eco-friendly ethics, inclusivity, fast fashion and now the COVID-19 outbreak ( as expressed by Vogue Italias March Issue),  times in the style and fashion industry has

New Season, Same Classics : Explore New Ways To Wear White.

Ever wonder why white remains a classic in every lady's wardrobe? We did too and the result is a style hack of all time! You have probably heard before now that your wardrobe reflects your personality so adding white pieces to your wardrobe can elevate your style and give it a classic finish. We cannot even overemphasize how invariably chic it makes your ensemble look. Furthermore, white is an achromatic colour which basically leaves you with a blank canvas for you to add your personal touch to. Also, adding that white accessory or garment could switch up your closet from minimum to maximum as they are subtle, precise, smart and unique. lupita Nyong'o Veronica Odeka                                                 To the ladies without any prior 'white goodness' knowledge, don't worry we've got you covered and if you already have, a little tip or two wouldn't hurt. See why we think so! Gives You A Fresh Outlook Tracee Ellis Ross White is an effortless colour