Most of us have difficulty throwing things away because we try to avoid changes. Hoarding does not need to be as extreme as television shows display, but holding onto items that you no longer need is now considered hoarding. It can be tempting to throw everything away and start over when you are trying to clean out your closet. However, you do not need to do this because there is an art of throwing clothes away. Here are a few ideas you can use to help you clean out your closet.View Post
This column is devoted to all things fashion. Here I share my personal style through posts with my looks. As the fashion changes so do they. I like to be open to new ideas but also have some staples that are always in my wardrobe. I offer advice around style and particular garments. You can read how to style a skirt or what to wear for a dinner party. Furthermore, I discuss collections from NFW, LFW and PFW and talk about materials used. Not only this, but you can also read about versetile London street style. I meet women on streets of London and capture their looks to show you different ideas and combinations.
We recognise that determining your body type can be aggravating. There’s no universal index of key terms or measurements and even if you find a system you like, it doesn’t always apply to the article of clothing you’re trying to flatter your figure with. For example, it may be helpful to know you’re an inverted triangle when searching for a blazer, but what does that mean for trousers? And what do you do if you identify with more than one body type? Oh, the confusion! Regardless of your body type, there is sure a pant that fits you well. We all have different body shapes, which is why it makes sense to learn a little bit more about how to find the best pants for your body type. Fortunately, there are a few tips that can help you. Here is a brief look at them.View Post
When you’re looking to buy antique jewellery to add to your collection, you want to ensure it is authentic. These are pieces that have been destined to hold their intrinsic value and be passed down from one generation to the next. Below, we discuss how to ensure you are getting the real deal. It’s All In the Research With tons of options on the market these days, it’s a good idea to do your research so that you have an understanding of the history of certain pieces. Ask the dealer questions about the background of the piece you are interested in and find a reliable dealer who is happy to build a relationship with you. Pay Attention to Details With a wide variety of antique jewellery out there, it’s important to pay attention to details in order to determine authenticity. Carefully go over the condition of the item you are…View Post
More often than not, midi dresses look dressy. So you might be wondering, how to wear a midi dress casually? Fair to say, every woman should have at least one midi dress in her wardrobe because it fits every body type and can be worn for every occasion. You can wear the same dress, whether it is a formal affair or a casual get together. It all depends on the shoes and the accessories that you wear with it. When you wear it the right way, even the simple midi dress can make you stand out from the crowd. When creating a midi dress casual outfit, the first step is to find the right type of dress. Below are some of the tips on how to wear a midi dress casually. Choose the Proper Length A midi dress is the middle of a mini and a maxi in terms of length.…View Post
Homecoming always takes place during the first few weeks of school as a way to celebrate school spirit and interact with your fellow classmates. The Homecoming dance is the final event of a week of celebration, and it is the perfect excuse to get dressed up for this special night. While it’s beneficial to buy your dress early, don’t stress if you don’t have one yet. Sometimes, your life may just seem crazy with starting the new school year and adding one more thing to finding a dress seems overwhelming. Today I share some easy last-minute shopping tips that are also stress-free.View Post