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Twenty years ago, fashion was all about big sizes. Big, eccentric hairstyles, shoulder padded leather jackets, various t-shirts, acid-washed jeans and earrings, a mainstream fashion for teenagers. Huge hiking boots and huge stars survived until this day. Madonna, David Bowie, Boy George and Michael Jackson were the icons of this period that survived, one way or another, until present tense.As history is always repeating itself, we were all sure that the '80s fashion will come back. So it did! The whole culture of the '80s is now ref... Read More
Even the smallest detail can ruin your look if you’re going for an elegant outfit, so make sure you avoid the worst fashion mistakes men make. Whether your style is more casual or you like to dress up often, discover the style errors can can ruin any outfit. From ill-fitting clothes to small details you wouldn’t normally consider, here are some of the worst fashion mistakes men make, even when they’re not complete style novices. Curled Dress Shirt Collars Wearing a dress shirt that’s not properly ironed is pointless, sin... Read More
The '80 were super fun when it came to clothing and the vintage look is back this season. The look transformed a bit but the styles definitely left their print over the fashion collections. The chunky jewelery, shoulder pads, leggings, jumpsuits and acid washed jeans are back and they are fabulous. For casual wear, the acid washed jeans and '80 inspired printed T-shirts are great. Long T-shirts with prints of bands and TV cartoons that were popular in the '80 are in. The shoulder pads are again very popular. Designers have created lines of c... Read More
The most awaited period of the year is about to come and every woman is extremely happy to see in every store pieces of paper announcing 50% or 75% sales. In this situations it is impossible to resist the temptation and in just a few seconds you find yourself inside the store buying things that will end in your closet with the label attached. Back to basics. This is the perfect moment for you to invest in versatile, basic pieces for your wardrobe, things that will never go out of fashion. It's time to buy blazers, jeans, a LBD (litt... Read More
There is one trend that will never go out of fashion and that is the retro trend. Sophisticated and feminine dresses, fluid, with retro accents of the '80s, but also with reminiscences of the '60s and '70s, light, sheer and sophisticated fabrics, with different prints are the answer when it comes to retro fashion. ‘40s fashion The ’40 have brought a major change in the feminine fashion, passing from elegance for every occasion to more comfortable outfits, less pretentious ones, which anticipated, for the first time, the woman’s ... Read More
Fashion is always favoring women, as there are twice as many items, collections or even data of fashion for women than for men. So, if you get a bit frustrated it's normal, but don't despair. Read some accessorizing tips for men for this season. Men's fashion in 2008 has met with a turning point in the sense that finally, after some years, the handbags are sooo in for men this year. In 2008 men are also 'allowed' to wear handbags without being categorized feminine. The most famous items are the leather handbags, and Mulberry has d... Read More
Neon colors are no longer considered a faux pas in fashion. Fashionphiles can experiment with the endless palette of colors during the season, creating real outfit masterpieces. Try neon colored accessories, clothes as well as nail art, but apply the following tips not to go OTT with the strong colors. - Wearing bright colors can be risky if you’re not trying to ameliorate the appearance with neutral and simple colors. Black and white as well as beige and khaki are perfect choices, for example if you have an acid green or electri... Read More
Well-styled protagonists take on fashion with photos and stories of their own personal versions of the hottest trends. Women's fashion blogs offer the most up-to-date information on luxury and high fashion shopping for every woman. Their subjective touch offers refreshing inspiration for feminine and sensible styles that take you from office to happy hour to date night fashion.Best Women's Fashion Blogs: Anna Dello Russo FactoryGet a look at the 'behind-the-scenes' fashion world with Japan Vogue's editor-at-large, Anna Dello Russo. Aimed tow... Read More
New York Fashion Week: Men’s has joined the London Collections Men and the Fashion Weeks dedicated to menswear in Paris in Milan. With over 60 shows in NYC, menswear designers echoed and completed the trends already set in Europe. Check out the most important Men’s Fashion Week 2016 trends, and find out which looks will be the hottest next spring, whether you want to stick to the most stylish suits or keep it casual. Gray, along with black and white, made a big impact on the runways, but there were also plenty of bright colors in ... Read More
Carmen Marc Valvo launched his own line of sportswear in 1989, but it was his glamorous approach to fashion the one that brought him fame among Hollywood’s top leading ladies. After graduating from the Parsons School of Design in New York, Valvo began his career as a designer for Nina Ricci in Paris, followed by a stint at Christian Dior. Even though he has never thought of becoming a fashion designer, Valvo's elegant and chic evening-appropriate pieces are now staples at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Nordstroms, ... Read More
Fashion trends and styles can be strange and alienating concepts, but if you want to always be one step ahead of the men's fashion game, then you need to keep an eye on what's happening in the men's fashion blogosphere. Best Men’s Fashion Blogs: Permanent Style For atypical style ideas of proportion and balance, check out Simon Crompton’s stylish menswear blog Permanent Style. The editor of this men’s style website is a freelance legal journalist who blogs about classic men's clothes – on style, not fashion – trying to cut thro... Read More