Casual chic is my favorite style and where I feel most comfortable in. It is a look that allows you to feel dressed up enough for an outing yet gives you the convenience of a sports gear. It also adds fun, playfulness, and innocence to your outfit.
Color blocking has been so in this year. This stark geometry demands attention, resonates with power, and exudes confidence. It has some yang elements; masculine, active, bright, and clear. When you are feeling assertive and decisive, experiment with this fashion trend.
I love shawls in the autumn and spring. They warm up a summary piece, add color, create a different look, and keep you warm. They become a part of the outfit. They can, in fact, revive an old dress.
Do you sometimes fall in love with a beautiful top and you buy it without knowing what to wear it with? You bring it home and you try it with different bottoms, but none seem to look good with it. It sits in your closet and by time gets forgotten.
Fall is around the corner but not quite here as of yet. Even though we are having warmer days than we did in the summer, I feel that I need to "autumnize" my outfits (make them fall appropriate;) It is this transitional period that you can mix and match seasonal pieces.
Espadrilles are fashionable sneakers. They are one of my favorite items and a fashionista's must have. Invest in one that is super comfortable as well as stylish and you will wear it a lot. Some of them have some platform if you are not used to wearing flats.
2015 has been the year of jumpsuits. From casual to dressy, they've been the highlights of every fashion week. Aside from being comfortable to wear, jumpsuits add an edge, a touch of yang, and some playfulness to any look you're going for.