Street style is very important in the fashion world. Not only catwalks tell us what to wear, but sometimes, what people wear tell us how catwalks will look like. In fashion industry the “tickle up effect” is very well known. This expression means that clothing items created in sub cultures might influence designers and then, end up on the catwalk. Street style can be found in almost all ready to wear collections of the great designers. This happens because we live in the information era.
Weddings days always bring back those pleasant memories from the past. It is a special day not only for the couple but also the families that are there to love and support. In bygone days, mother of brides were meant to wear either ill fitting dresses or matronly dresses in washed out shades. Thankfully, that is all in the past. With modern mums keeping a track of fashion trends, there lies a wide range of options for them to choose from. From high street retailers to wedding designers, everybody is catering to their needs.
“She looks like mutton dressed as lamb.”
The dreaded phrase none of us ever want people to say about us as we get older.
Over the years, you start to realise that less is more when it comes to your clothing. The number of items in your wardrobe declines and you settle for simpler, more versatile pieces. Getting older doesn’t mean that fashion has to go out the window though. Invest in these timeless items to ensure you stay looking stylish day in day out.
Camisoles are an essential wardrobe staple that should have a place in every wardrobe. Camisoles can be used for everyday clothing, formal clothing and even nightwear or pajamas. Historically, the world camisole was once used to describe an over shirt worn by men and women over every day outfits. Today, “camisole” is a catch-all term used to describe undershirts which range in style, material and price.
We are living longer and looking younger than ever before. A combination of better living conditions and an awareness of health and fitness means that we can enjoy ourselves well into later life. There has often been a strong emphasis on youth and the young in media and culture. But the tide is turning.