Monday, 27 June 2016

How to Look Chic in Bermuda Shorts

If you’re loving the crop of bottoms with loose silhouettes such as culottes and wide-legged trousers, you may want to consider their equally chic cousin, the bermuda shorts. With its fun length and androgynous vibe, you can easily transition from an off-duty outfit to a smart-looking ensemble.
And to keep you right on track, we’ve rounded up 5 tips on how you can wear this versatile piece below:
1. Match your solid-hued bermuda shorts with a minimalist top to attain that casual daytime look.
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2.  Printed bermudas can add an interesting flavor to your overall look. Style it with a white button-down or another patterned piece depending on the vibe you’re going for.
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3. Sweaters, knits, and denim jackets fused with these shorts are perfect for the cozy weather without looking too stuffy.
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4. For those who are lucky enough to be allowed to wear shorts at work, this silhouette is spot-on. Try a tuxedo-inspired top or throw on a blazer for a powerful look.
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5. And if you’re up for some model-off-duty vibe, settle your frayed bermuda with an easy crew neck top and an interesting jacket.
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Sunday, 26 June 2016

8 Ways to Look Incredibly Stylish in Flats

When it comes to creating a powerful outfit, some of us tend to opt for heels. But for the inherently chic, the lack of heels doesn’t make an ensemble look any less stylish. On the contrary, flats can truly complement your clothes of choice, keep proportions on-point, and enhance a certain vibe that you’re going for. The bonus? You can still look polished without suffering from sore feet.
For guaranteed comfort and style, check out these street style-proven tips:
1. Wear your flats with cropped bottoms. This is also a genius trick to making your legs appear longer as it shows off a space between your ankles and the hem of your pants.
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2. To elevate your flats, wear it with an interesting outfit such as an off-the-shoulder top paired with overalls.
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3. Style your maxi dress with a lace-up pair instead of sandals for an unexpected touch to your boho look.
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4. For a quirky, preppy vibe, wear your loafers with anklet socks.
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5. To ensure proportion, skirts and dresses that fall above the knee are better worn with flats. Apparently, French girls use this rule to decide whether to go with heels or not.
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6. Metallic flats are your best bet in boosting a neutral-colored outfit.
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7. Go for flats with thinner straps for an extra dainty appeal.
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8. Make a statement with your steppers by picking a bold color that would pop and pull your outfit together at the same time.

Friday, 24 June 2016

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Monday, 20 June 2016

5 Layered Looks to Wear to Work This Week

As we transition to cooler weather, layering is a sartorial technique that’s more than appropriate to adopt these days. And to help you out of your outfit rut this week, we found 5 incredibly styled looks that you can wear to the office. These ensembles are too easy to pull off, we’re pretty sure you have most of these items stocked in your closet already.
Check out these looks from street style stars Pernille Teisbaek, Aimee Song, and more:
Turtleneck + Satin Top + Jeans
Pernille Teisbaek
Vest + Button Down + Wide-Legged Pants
Aimee Song
Jumpsuit + Bell-Sleeved Top
Yoyo Cao
Turtleneck  + Plunging Neckline + Flared Slacks
Nicole Warne
Sweater + Suede Dress + Boots

The Sneakers All The Top Models Are Wearing

The ability of sneakers to translate any outfit into an effortless and cool look has made it the shoe staple of the year (and the year before). But as we go forward with fashion, we think it’s time to elevate the trend to greater heights— literally.
High top sneakers have been a favorite among top models this year with the Hadid sisters reaching for classic styles and Kendall Jenner donning designer kicks. So if you’re opting to try the comeback trend but still looking for the perfect style, take cues from these ladies who have been spotted wearing the hottest high-tops this season.
Bella Hadid wearing Nike Air Force 1 High
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Emily Ratajkowski wearing Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II
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Karlie Kloss wearing Common Projects Tournament Leather
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Kendall Jenner wearing Balenciaga Terrazo Marble Print
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Hailey Baldwin wearing Vans Sk8-Hi
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Lily Aldridge wearing Nike Air Force 1 Mid o7
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Saturday, 18 June 2016


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DIY Embellished Sport Sandals -Spiky Tevas
Let’s face it, fugly sandals are hot for Summer 2014. From chunky “pool” sandals andBirkenstocks, to Frankenstein flatformssport sandals and even fugly sporty slides, these “normcore” foot strap-ons are everywhere right now, and I can’t say that my feet are too upset about it. Why? Because they’re ridiculously comfortable and I just can’t say no to comfort anymore.
When I first saw Prada’s bejeweled sport sandals walk the Spring/Summer 2014 runway, I immediately went to Amazon and bought two pairs of sporty Teva Women’s Hurricane XLT Sandals to DIY: one in black as seen here and one in a pretty cornflower blue thinking I’d bejewel a pair similarly. But then I saw the Balenciaga Arena Ankle Strap Sandals a’la The Cat & The Flat and fell in fug-love… cut to a few months later where I was finally inspired to do something a little bit different and a little bit the same.
For reference, my inspiration below… images: Vogue, Barneys NY, Spring Shoe Guide: Sporty Sandals
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These Tevas are really easy to run a needle and thread through, so finding an embellishment that I could stitch on vs glue was a big bonus for me for a few reasons: 1. You know I don’t love glue because I’m always worried it will not only look cheap, but also fall apart mid-wear and 2. I like the versatility of stitching because it makes it impermanent. It’s stronger through wears, but at any time, I can snip the threads and go back to the basics to add something different.
This DIY took about 5 minutes per sandal. NOTE: The spikes are plastic! Not actually spiky or dangerous, though they may look like they are! They’re totally safe!

Here’s What You’ll Need…

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  • Sport sandals. I chose these extra sporty Tevas for their chunkiness and similarity to the Prada version {plus, they’re more comfy and have more support for your feet than the original flat styles}
  • Embellishments of choice {preferably that you can stitch on/through} I used these gold Spike “beads” -one whole package PER SANDAL.
  • Needle/Thread/Scissors


This is surprisingly easy! You just need a good eye for where to place your beads/spikes.
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* Beginning at the corner strap intersection, but not too close to the edge/buckle in case you need to adjust to fit your foot, run a stitch up through the bottom of your nylon velcro buckle, thread two spikes through, then as if hand-stitching, just run the needle back through the nylon.
* Running your needle/thread through the velcro is a bit tougher, but not even as difficult as leather. Just make sure to use a strong needle. But it slides right through the nylon areas.
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* When you add two spikes at once, then secure your thread tightly back down/through the nylon strap, the spikes stand up in all different directions, and look really fun. Add as many spikes or beads or jewels to as many straps as you like.
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* Make sure you don’t thread all the way through both straps… keep your stitches to the top layer/strap so you can still adjust your sandals.
{NOTE: try on your sandals before you begin this DIY so you can adjust them perfectly to fit your feet}
* You can also embellish the ankle strap, I just chose not to.
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* Snip off your Teva tag {Sorry Teva!}… simply because it distracts from the design, not because we’re trying to fool anyone into believing they’re not Tevas. There is another brand label on the sole, which is totally fine.

And… Voila!

Fugly sandals and fugly toes 🙂
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DIY Embellished Sport Sandals -Spiky Tevas