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ALL BLACK IN A TIE UP SHIRT

Ariana Mann

ALL BLACK IN A TIE UP SHIRT

A great way to bring some east coast vibes to your outfit is wearing all black. It’s chic and sophisticated and takes little to no effort, just the way we like. This tie up shirt dress is great because of the different ways you can wear it. My go to is to tie it on one side like in my photos. It shows a little leg but not too much. It can also be worn untied as a long shirt dress with side slits. Now to pull everything together, wear some black boots and black sunnies. How easy was that!?...


OFFICE WEAR IDEAS & HOW TO NOT DRESS BORING TO WORK

Irene Mostovaya

Mondays. They’re the best of times, they’re the worst of times. Or maybe just the latter if you’re to pay any attention to all the facebook Monday hatred memes going around. Still, not all is lost on Mondays, cause alongside the blues and the weekend hangovers, we get to play with fashion and take style to work. Yay. Please constrain your excitement.  If our love for all sartorial things has taught us a valuable lesson it’s that this ‘passion for fashion’ blissful crap is both a gift as well as a nightmare. How many of you really wake up and...


Fashionable and Comfortable Clothes

Irene Mostovaya

Fashionable and Comfortable Clothes While most guys say their ideal girl is one with no makeup and can flaunt a plain white shirt with jeans and sneakers, smoky-eyed, posh and high-heeled ladies never miss a guy’s stare. To be fair, girls yearn to see the laidback style of their partners but men in shiny suits overwhelm them with delight. It’s an ironic world. It’s either you compromise comfort just to be fashionable or you can be all dolled up and end the day with extreme exhaustion and blisters on your feet. What wouldn’t you give just to get the best...


Fashion VS. Style

Irene Mostovaya

Fashion is the relationship to the external. It is concerned with “what’s out there” (fashion items, in the stores).  It’s a matching process between what’s out there (fashion’s primary interest) to what I’m wearing.  Is what I’m wearing a ‘match’ for what’s ‘out there’, to what’s been deemed ‘in fashion’? Style is the relationship to the internal. It’s about “what’s in here” (my sense of self, my identity, my perception of who I am).  The matching process is between what’s in here and how that is reflected and expressed in what I’m wearing.  Does my clothing ‘match’ my sense of...