In this combination, navy blue is the colour to wear. We are talking about the dress and shoes as seen in the picture below. Considering that the festive season is near and with plenty of parties to attend, check this combination and see if it works for you. Enjoy!
JAY GODFREY ABIGAIL STRETCH CREPE RACERFRONT DRESS (NAVY): http://nosax.me/1xRHNSX
CASHHIMI DOHENY (LEATHER): http://nosax.me/1EhOVLS
ROLANDO SANTANA ANDA NAVY SANDALS: http://nosax.me/1noGfvT
TULESTE GOLD METAL CHANNEL BANGLES: http://nosax.me/1wXxujH
We continue our street style fashion with more inspiration from the streets. This time we gleam something from Miranda Kerr. As you can see, we have made some changes based on what's in stock. Anyway, enjoy! And please let us know what you think in our comments.
Jay Godfrey Diddley Dress w/Dropped Waist Flounce Hem: http://nosax.me/10EGVYv
Raoul Ballerina Flat Shoes: http://nosax.me/1lPnKW2
Kay Unger Black Oversized Sunglasses: http://nosax.me/1xl77Tw
Raoul Coley Boston Bag: http://nosax.me/YkNHS7
The sky's the limit in everything you do
Never forget that or it will trouble thee
Follow your dreams and endure difficult times
Never giving up or it will knock you down
Go for it because you have nothing to lose
Knowing the sky's the limit in everything you do
Every moment you step out your front door remember style rules the day. Enjoy the combo
JAY GODFREY ROWAN NECKLINE CUTOUT FLARED DRESS: http://nosax.me/1wXTjzw
RAOUL RIBBON SANDAL: http://nosax.me/Y5e8vn
JANIS SAVITT GOLD AND CRYSTAL BRACELET: http://nosax.me/1xBK5sP
CASHHIMI WILSHIRE (SNAKE&PYTHON) CLUTCH BAG: http://nosax.me/1xwnNHX
We continue to bring you different styles that will look good one you. The combinations we put together are inspired by what is seen on the streets. We hope you like them, and more will be brought your way. Enjoy the combo!
JAY GODFREY LEVON RACER MINI DRESS WITH MESH: http://nosax.me/1prKUDu
KAY UNGER BLACK OVERSIZED SUNGLASSES: http://nosax.me/1xl77Tw
RAOUL MISS POGANY QUILTED BAG: http://nosax.me/1ANzcaY
JULIETTE LONGUET BLACK BATIDA CARDIGAN: http://nosax.me/1Et3Kxo
Inspired by the finest leather bags from Cashhimi, this combination is good for both the day and night. At night you may want to pick a large wrap or cardigan to keep you warm, of course, that is entirely up to you. Enjoy the combination!
PETIT POIS THE WALL CREW NECK L:S DRESS TW111114: http://nosax.me/1rutENI
KAY UNGER DEEP BROWN OVAL SUNGLASSES: http://nosax.me/1u4qylr
ROLANDO SANTANA ANDA TURQ SANDALS: http://nosax.me/1qMS1nP
CASHHIMI CHICAGO (CROC) DEEP BROWN SHOULDER BAG: http://nosax.me/TxngH2
Authored by Tricia Ellis-Christensen and can also be found here: http://is.gd/B7QZXR
Boyfriend cut refers to women’s clothing that are cut loose in the style of menswear. The look achieved when wearing a boyfriend cut sweater or jeans is as though you borrowed an item of clothing from your boyfriend’s closet. The roomier garments that your boyfriend might wear are often quite comfortable, resulting in the deliberate raiding of closets of boyfriends, brothers, husbands and dads. Since the look is popular, some women’s clothing is now boyfriend style, which must come as some relief to the many men out there whose clothes are regularly pillaged by fashion or comfort conscious females.
For centuries, gentleman have been taught to offer their own sweater or jacket to females who might feel chilled by nighttime excursions. This no doubt led to the discovery by many women that a nice roomy jacket or sweater can be a wonderfully comfortable thing. In the past century, women may have been a little reluctant to return a politely offered sweater. Wearing a boyfriend’s sweater, particularly a letter sweater was often a mark that two people were dating. So the idea of men’s clothing on women as particularly related to boyfriends, results in the term boyfriend cut.
Yet the boyfriend cut and menswear designed patterns for women were distinctly out of fashion for a time. Women’s suits in the early 1980s were frequently imitative of men’s suits. The boxy cut, shoulder pad filled jacket worn by female professionals in the 1980s was often called the “linebacker” style, because it did nothing to flatter a woman's shape. Gradually, by the late 1980s, trends in women’s professional wear shifted toward clothing that fit the female form and was tailored to accentuate curves.
Another trend in the 1980s were the very recognizable leggings, often worn with a big shirt. Naturally the cheapest and easiest way to find a big shirt was to take one from dad, brother or a boyfriend. There were also certainly boyfriend cut big shirts specifically manufactured for women. Yet it was often fun and easier to wear one from a male acquaintance.
Both boxy suit jackets and the big shirt and women’s legging styles began to decline in popularity. This didn’t mean women were any less inclined to steal the occasional item of clothing. For most daily wear, though, more fitted clothing was preferred.
In the 2000s, leggings have been reintroduced, and also low-waist jeans, more often seen in men’s clothing for the last few decades, are now often called boyfriend cut jeans. Big shirts are becoming popular again, with boyfriend cut sweaters or big shirts marketed specifically as boyfriend cut clothing. No doubt fashion trends will change in the future, but women will always have a use for large cut clothing, meaning, if they can’t find it in stores, men should guard their wardrobes with care.
Authored by Tara Barnett and can also be found here: http://is.gd/jkUTox
Boyfriend jeans are women's jeans that are designed to fit the body loosely, as though they have been borrowed from a woman's boyfriend. These jeans are typically casual and may be distressed in some manner. One feature common to boyfriend jeans is rolled up cuffs, although some can be worn with the cuff down. If a woman does not wish to purchase jeans specifically designed in this style, wearing men's jeans often provides a similar look.
Conceivably, boyfriend jeans evolved out of the practice of wearing an actual boyfriend's jeansfor practical purposes, such as having spent the night at his house and needing clean clothes for the morning. The main difference between actual men's jeans and jeans of the boyfriend design is that the women's jeans are designed to fit women's bodies. Many men's jeans have waists that are unsuitable for some women's hips, and the jeans may be too slouchy to stay on a woman's body. The spirit of the jeans is usually the same, but the fit is usually a little different.
Many companies market boyfriend jeans to women as a particular style that implies a certain attitude. Individual designs may vary, but most are loose fitting and slouchy. These jeans come in all different colors, as the term refers to the fit rather than the style. Even so, it is most common to see boyfriend jeans in dark blue, gray, and black.
Boyfriend jeans are usually oversized and may be deliberately too long for the wearer. This requires the cuffs to be rolled up, often exposing the ankles or calves. In some designs, the rolled cuff may be sewn into place to prevent it from slipping. Some of the features of this type of jeans are imitated rather than duplicated from men's jeans, which can help make the jeanslook sleeker and more fitted to a woman's body.
Distressing on boyfriend jeans is designed to make the jeans look as though they have been worn many times. For this reason, even a pair of men's jeans that fits well may not give the same appearance as boyfriend jeans. Some jeans are distressed merely to make them look as though they are not new, but some are ripped, splashed with paint, or otherwise altered to make them look as though they have been used for a specific purpose. If a woman is modifying a pair of jeans in order to recreate the look of having been worn, thinking about the types of damage that usually happens to jeans can help provide inspiration for distressing them until they fit this style.
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