Scoop neck hi-low dress with braided belt. Simple but so sophisticated!
Make a stunning statement in a short sleeve dress with a striking hi-low
hem. Figure-shaping gathered elastic at the waist and a braided belt.
Dress length from highest point on shoulder to front hem: 38" and 54" to
Classic with a pop of color! You may have considered getting rid of
that boring navy & white striped top, but don’t do it just yet! This
is a shirt that makes a comeback each & every year. This year, it’s
being heavily rocked with floral prints & bright colors. This is a
fabulous combination. It takes it up a notch on the “trend scale,” while
still keeping things sharp.
Elegant Formal Bridesmaid Dress Love C1 by
Enzoani. Single strap floor length bridesmaid gown featuring floral
accents atop the shoulder and along the hem. Bridesmaid or Maid of Honor
dress tailored in mesh chiffon with ruched natural waist and slim flare
silhouette, which ends in a gentle sweep train. Available in Silver,
Blush and Black. Stylish bridesmaids accessories affordable at Dimitra
I love black leather. Not in a weird S&M way, but in a
I-wish-I-am-Kate-Moss kind of way. A black leather jacket conveys a
sense of confidence and sex appeal. It’s borrowed from the boys and
badass. A black leather jacket evokes the feeling of rock and roll and
passion and rebellion. Who would Sid Vicious or Kim Gordon be without
there tried and true jacket? *Ed. Note: they’d probably be equally as
awesome, though not as tough looking. Still internally tough though.
This outfit sums up my usual Sunday
attire, which always seems to involve a simple v-neck and my favorite
pair of distressed jeans. I opted for my bright new red heels for a pop
of color to spruce up this look but always carry a pair of flats with me
just in case, especially when I am out and about all day. I added an
equally bright red lip and my favorite go-to bag to create an easy
day-to-night look. What’s your Sunday style?
Strapless scoop pleuche dress, pleats decorate on the top bodice, sheath
style builds a elegant look. Slick design on scoop neckline and
strapless armscye. The contrast back zippers also offer an in-fashion
look. Graceful colors of light gray and teal offered. Teal color as
cozy outfit reminds me of all my favorite things about winter fashion-
cozy scarfs, oversized sweaters, and high braids and buns. The varying
shades of browns, caramels and beiges create such a calming vibe, and
the touches of bright red add an element of playfulness.
Elegant Chiffon Knee Length Formal Bridesmaid
Dress Love C12 by Enzoani. Strapless sweetheart bridesmaid dress
displaying an asymmetrically pleated bodice with off set beaded-floral
detail at the natural waist. From there, a draping spills side down onto
the ruffled hem. Find this gown in 10 different colors. Stiletto heels
and rhinestone jewels will make this look unique.
break from our Italian posts to show you a look I wore two weeks ago,
just before my book signing in Barcelona, to go a meeting to organize a
new and exciting project (I will tell you more details in the next few
weeks). I was wearing a beige sweater with leather sleeves and a lace
skirt. I felt really comfy with my Lovely Pepa x Krack booties, which
are available again. During my stay in the city I was at the Eurostars Gran Marina hotel,
and as you can see the rooms and the views couldn´t be better. If
you´re thinking on visit the Barcelona, I suggest you this hotel so
much. You can find them in grey too.
your next flight at the airport sometimes could be a little bit
dangerous, last sunday I had one hour free until my last flight to go
back home and I decided to spent it at Zara where I bought a couple of
things, one of them this pair of boots, it was love at first sight, and I
could´t imagine a better outfit to wear them for the first time, so I
combined them with this lace skirt that I´ve already show you several
times on the blog, a cozy knit and my baby Speedy. what do you think?
when the photoshoot was over we spent one hour at the park with our baby
Pepa! thank you so much for your comments!!
Start with a little wave in your hair. We used this wand to
get perfect waves (bonus… that wand is wayyyy less expensive than most
and we love it!) If you already have natural wave, you’re good to go.
(Curly girls can do this as well! Just skip by #2)
This is about the amount of wave you should have. Not too perfect, just quick, subtle waves.
Pull half of your hair back where you imagine the braid going and
then gently pull some of your fringe/bang area out to soften the look.
Better to pull those pieces out now than once you’ve already braided
Start the dutch braid from the part and going down toward your ear.
Don’t worry about scalp showing. We’ll take care of that in step 8.
Once you get just above the ear, start doing a regular 3 strand braid.
Make sure you braid it far enough so it will reach the back/middle
of your head. For this look, I wanted the hair to go under the occipital bone which
is that little bone on the back of your head. Right below it there’s a
curve and that’s where you’re going to want to secure this braid, so
make sure it reaches there.
Now tie it off using a small clear elastic.
Fatten up the braid by gently pulling it apart. Bulking up the braid will hide any unwanted scalp showing up front.
Do exactly the same thing on the other side.
Pull the braids together to meet in the back. Weave one of the braids through the other one.
Pin it below the occipital bone using a couple of bobby pins.
Step 1: If your hair is straight, use a 1″ curling iron to curl
everything under. This will make it easier to tuck pieces into the bun.
When they’re straight, they tend to pop out more. If you have wave or
curl you can skip this step if you want to.
Step 2: Flip your hair over and gather everything into a ponytail on
top of you head, securing it with an elastic ponytail holder.
Step 3: On the last time around with the ponytail holder, only pull the ponytail through half way.
Step 4: Take the loop you’ve created and spread it out. Don’t over think it. Just widen it and allow it to be somewhat messy.
Step 5: Take the tail end and wrap it around the ponytail base.
Step 6: Pin the end of the ponytail to the base using a couple of hair pins/bobby pins.
Step 7: Gently pull on pieces and then pin them. This will give your top-knot a slightly more messy texture.
Step 8: Spray a veil of medium hold hairspray all over. Don’t smooth
down all of the fly aways, just lightly tuck the pieces that have gone
Street Stye Lovers are known for fast pace of life.They do need comfortable cloths for their travel.
Trends are launched over the street, but the catwalk.The atmosphere busy
and fast pace encourages you to experiment, to stand out and assert
your individuality.These cloths separate you from the crowd and as a
result women rely on eccentric personal style.
Would you like a casual look??Here is our collection to give you
examples of gorgeous fall style:shirt with a logo, a pair of skinny
jeans and jacket.You may find someone Wearing a long scarf and colorful
that you can wrap it loosely around your neck. Young girls should wear
ankle boots with a very low heel and a slightly western air. To
complete the outfit, a handbag Goes great in a bright color. For an
elegant look, choose a pencil skirt and a white shirt dots. Accessories
are very important here, shoes polka dots, gold bracelets and white
clutch completed the clothing carefully.
Once you’ve chosen what kind of club you’re going to, you need to tailor
your outfit towards the club’s music and aesthetic: if it is a salsa
club you are probably not going to choose leather, biker jacket and
black denim. You can also check if the club has a particular dress code.
For a night at the club wear body tight styles and miniskirts or
dresses, but make sure that you still look stylish: sequins, fringes,
ruffles, metallic, or neon colors, bold accessories and staple shoes are
all perfect for the club.
1.+ 2. Apply one layer of foundation or tinted moisturizer all over
face. I used Tarte’s BB Cream in “Medium Light”. Using a foundation
brush and a cream concealer (2 to 3 times lighter than your skin tone),
apply concealer (the highlight) to the under eyes, down the sides of the
nose, and brushed back and upward toward the hairline.
3. Using the same concealer, highlight the center of the forehead and
down the bridge of the nose, upper lip, center of the chin and on your
brow bone. Lastly, apply the concealer to the jawline, just under your
4. Once you’ve finished with all the highlighting, it’s time to apply
the contour. Pick a cool-toned cream concealer or foundation thats 2 to
3 shades darker than your skin tone. Taking a smaller, stiff brush or
foundation brush, apply the contour cream to the hallows of your cheeks,
just below your cheekbone, all the way to your hairline.
5.+ 6. +7. Apply the same color to your forehead near your hairline,
temples, jawline, the sides of your neck and to the sides of your nose.
8. Using a wet Beauty Blender or Duo Fiber Blending Brush, blend all
the contour and highlighter together until there is no more distinction
between the two colors.
9. Lastly, Apply a light dusting of blush, and set all the highlight
with a loose powder using a small natural bristled brush. I used Tarte’s
12 Hour Amazonian Clay Blush in “Tipsy” and Make Up For Ever’s Super
Matte Loose Powder in “Translucent Natural”.