With the fall season well underway, it’s time to switch the light, loose dresses for thicker, warmer wear. As the sunny days make way for long grey nights, the colors of our clothing seem to follow suit with earthy, industrial tones dominating our closets. While fall fashion tends to be a stark contrast to summer’s bright colors and happy floral prints, its color palette of rich tones and deep shades are anything but sad and depressing.
The days when suits and trousers simply meant black and boring are long gone. Back in the 90’s, Hillary Clinton made pantsuit history in all colors of the rainbow while First Lady of the United States and Gwyneth Paltrow famously rocked that red velvet Gucci number to the MTV VMA’s. The colored pantsuit has a come a long way since then, and they’re hotter than ever.
Some materials available for all the coats we have in store are also resistant to snow which is highlighted with a snowflake sign next to the material. These coats are extremely durable in harsh weather while also looking stylish.
It’s safe to say that when we think of printed clothing for women, we automatically think of florals and stripes. Meryl Streep’s character in the Devil Wears Prada said it best “Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Another floral print is always pretty but it won’t necessarily breathe new life into your wardrobe. Instead of going for the safe and the usual, why not step out of the sartorial comfort zone and try a fabulous checkered pattern. Blake Lively will show us.
With so many different coat models offered to us women, you might find yourself, struggling with knowing which coat model to choose and how to wear it. That's why we put together this guide for you to help clarifying some of the most common women coat models.
Picking a dress to wear to the wedding of your nearest and dearest is probably one of the most difficult and time-consuming choices that you need to make. There are countless do’s and don’ts that you need to consider before rocking up to a wedding wearing a dress you thought was appropriate but you end up getting some rather questionable looks. We are all in agreement that wearing a white dress as a wedding guest is the biggest fashion faux-pas along with revealing, casual or loud clothing. We recommend opting for a beautiful and tasteful chiffon dress. Keep reading to find out why a chiffon dress is the ultimate dress to wear to a wedding.