When we say “a stylish woman” we usually mean “a well dressed lady”. And how many Old Hollywood celebs can we add to the short list of the well-dressed Divas?
The truth is that we can add more than thousands by now. But how many of them can we call iconic? This is a harder question. We can hardly find a person to be compared with Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Sophia Loren, Grace Kelly or Audrey Hepburn. They are believed to have combined proper sets from their wardrobes and to have been faithful to their personal styles all their lives.
Who is an elegant lady? Some people believe that elegance is priceless and cannot be purchased with love or money. I’m sure you’ve seen the gal on TV dressed in brand-name clothing, carrying a couture purse, and you are envious of her expensive shoes. But overall you can hardly call her look complete, because something is missing. That something is true elegance. Or conversely, you saw an actress on TV or on a photo shot, she was dressed in an ordinary coat and modest style boots and you admired her…
Frankly speaking at least once in our life, us gals felt envious of a Red Carpet Diva or Queen Elisabeth. But usually these celebs have an enormous staff of stylists and designers to make them look as beautiful as they do.
And here we are, sitting tête-a-têt with our wardrobes trying to solve the global task of “what to wear”. Do these green palazzos match that azure soutache sweater?” or “will my black mini be suitable for the red jacket?”
The ideas of school weddings are not new. Some of the school influenced ideas originally appeared in the 30-50’s. There were many reasons for its emergence, for instance some couples didn’t have money to celebrate their affairs, and others married in secret with their former teachers lending a helping hand, and some were simply looking for romantic inspiration…
Nonetheless, the school theme weddings are still alive and we are here to share our tips to bring your childhood back for the most significant day of your life.
In the early 1920’s, ready-to-wear sets were at the top of the vogue. However, the haute couture fashion houses had more than 20,000 customers.
The haute couture dresses remained high fashion even in the early 1920’s. These dresses were made for Hollywood celebs, kings’ wives and crème-de-la-crème ladies. They spent most of their husbands’ honoraries on the art-deco designer’s novelties.
The roaring 1920’s were also the revolution in fabulous fashion houses, bringing us “Chanel” in 1919, becoming one of the mothers of “art-deco”.
The main question every bridesmaid has to hear before the affair will always be “what to wear this time?” The bridesmaids’ wear should be up to the chosen wedding line and must come out perfect in the group photo shoots.
Here are the commonly accepted rules for the guests to wear:
The coming 2012 is expected to be marvelous because this is the year under the patronage of black dragon. The coming year is the epoch of water dragon. So if you do not know what to wear use blue for your wardrobe.
Although the black dragon is the water element the most significant colors are far from being azure or blue, actually. These colors are going well at a pinch. The black or golden colors are ruling the coming year!
Among any other vintage inspired party themes the most popular is probably the Bohemian or Boho party. We brought a good many ideas how to dress for your bohemian style wedding and we listed other themes for the parties.
At least once in every gal’s life she made a choice she was not 100% satisfied with… a choice of the right skirt. We admire the perfect style of those Red Carpet Icons, and we are mad about the trends coming out of Milan or Paris. But why then are we disappointed when we save up the money to buy that long-awaited piece of clothing? There may be different reasons for it. The skirt may not fit, it may shrink, or, finally, the skirt does match your figure type at all, let alone the price
So, we ask ourselves: “How could I?!… Me, who is such a skilled shopper?!..”