Date Night - something you’ve been looking forward to all week. Excitement, nervousness and maybe even a little confusion has been running through your mind.
The Erdem x H&M collection is on trend and very wearable old English style with jacquard and frills, feminine dresses decorated flowers and Victorian white blouses and so much more.
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A few bright blossoms makes all the difference! And it is on our most darkest days that we all need a bit of floral enchantment to brighten up our surroundings.
Beautify not just your wardrobe but also your day with these flowery picks. Each piece promises to make a statement and enhance your mood.
Pink and Green Poppy print puff long sleeve maxi dress from LIQUORISH
The Poppy is such a lovely detail on this dress, a symbol of beauty and success, the print just pops against the green backdrop. Making the color scheme and the print both vibrant and reminiscent of a carefree summer with a promise of a joyous autumn/winter.
Floral embroidered jumper from Littlewoods Ireland
This floral embroidered jumper in the colors black, blue and red will be the perfect companion to a pair of your favourite jeans. Pair it with the most delightful pair of floral kitten heel, ankle boots from Primark, and you will be totaly in bloom.
Kitten Floral Ankle Heels Primark
And if you want to complete your floral garden slip into these flowery High Waist Medium Control Briefs from M&Co
There is just something about big flowers that just says look at me. Couple that with a skirt and you are a lady as soon as you zip up that zipper. The vibrancy of the flowers on this full midi skirt from Girls on Film is like a charming bouquet that needs to be shared with the world.
Accessorise it with this ritzy black floral and gold detail handbag from New Look
For a swanky look don on the rather opulent Green floral print faux fur collar coat from New Look
Bring new life and energy to a plain grey pants suits with these red floral embroidered court heel from Wallis.
Love them or loath them, beautiful blooms will always be alluring.
So, you’ve been lovin’ the major body transformation of Khloe Kardashian recently well, who doesn’t?
Trying to decide what to wear from Monday to Friday can become a stressfull situation especially if you have a closet full of clothes but it still feels like you have nothing to wear. Keep on scrolling for some ideas that might just make your work week more bearable and set it off on a great fashion week.
Monday is like the “eek” day of the week you just want it over and done with and then forget about it.
Why not start it off, with a feeling of freedom and running wild, full of postive enegy. Because if you start Monday on a positive note the rest of the week might just fly by. So, go Boho in this simple yet pretty folk dress with embroidery from La Redoute . Upgrade that low-key dress with a pair of Pink sequins embellished western boots from River Island and you are ready to head out the door and into the office door. A uncomplicated yet dazzling look for a trouble-free day.
On Tuesday you are fully awake to the work week and you can dress like you mean business you are the boss lady after all. I say go all out and show your creative fashion flair in frills and check. The white high vamp slingback kitten heels from the River Island's Limited Edition will show that you are confident and unafraid. Paired with a black and white Prince of Wales check pencil skirt from Debenhams and the Ivory frilled pussy bow blouse from Studio by Preen for a touch of feminine yet strong #bosslady in charge look.
Wednesday, ladies night, so you want to be ready for that after work cocktails. The black PU mini skirt with the black Embroired mesh top from Primark gives you just enough sexy for that glass of wine or maybe two cocktails after work. Add in the sequins bow detail block heel ankle boots from Very and you are set for the day and whatever the night brings.
Thursday you are recovering from those after work drinks so, you do not want to much hassle or think to hard about what to wear. The velvet maxi floral dress from M&S and the mustard velvet block heel ankle boots from New Look is stylish, trendy and hassle free. Slip it on and you will look as fresh as you did Wednesday morning.
Friday, the day we all dream about when we step into the office on a Monday morning. Show your excitment that the weekend is on its way. Play the wolf in sheep skin, grinning from ear-to-ear that you are so happy that the work week is coming to and end. The silver mini skirt form Primark paired with the pink pastel shaggy cropped fur jacket from Miss Selfridge and the nude boucle boot will set the mood for a fun and crazy weekend.
The soft shade of millennial pink inspired us and brought on a cultural shift last year, but there seems to be a new sheriff in town – revolutionary red. While millennial pink changed the way we perceive gender and was universally considered to be the color of youth and playful quirkiness, red has been around for a long time, and we’ve always associated it with power. Whether it’s in form of sexual energy, or as a statement of capable skillfulness, we always use it to make a statement.
Want to know how the trend appeared and how to get the hottest new look from the runways? We’re here for you.
Red For Revolution
This colour is here both as a response and as a form of extension to what millennial pink meant. We used pink to signify new directions in fashion, to break the boundaries of our preconceived notions of gender. Male celebrities like John Legend, Ashton Kutcher, Pharrell and Bruno Mars have been rocking pink and looking gorgeous in it, and we’re slowly letting go of the idea that pink is frilly and girly. Androgyny has been ruling the runways, but now we’re getting back to red, and the excitement that it brings.
From Hillary Clinton’s pantsuit, to Sofia Vergara’s array of bodycon dresses, red is the colour of feminine power, it’s the colour of rebellion and protests. From the TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, to designers like Max Mara, Fendi and Oscar de la Renta, red is used to signify something bold, something potent and dynamic.
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Regardless of whether you care much for social politics or not, red is still the perfect colour for the fall of 2017. Want to be a stunning beauty? Then take a look at Rihanna’s gorgeous dress from the premiere of Valerian. If you want to turn heads, a red dress is the quickest way to do it. Pick a sexy, off-the-shoulder little dress for a date, or bring that vigor to your everyday work outfit by wearing a form-fitting, knee-length red dress, and throwing a black blazer over it.
Blouses are also a beautiful way to rock this trend, but if you want to be really bold, then go for a pair of over-the-knee boots. Kendall Jenner’s classy red turtleneck paired with bright red lipstick can also be a good inspiration for some everyday elegance and sophistication.
Accessories can go a very long way in making a statement, and wearing pretty little details like the ones you can find here can really bring that oomph to your entire outfit. A big leather handbag can provide the perfect contrast to a red dress, or you could wear something that’s all-black and then offset it with a few pieces of vivid red. Just imagine a black sweater and a neat pencil skirt, and then red nail polish, a red brooch and little square scarf tied around your neck. You’ve just turned something that was practically invisible into something chic and stylish.
Red also works beautifully with metallics, so strappy gold sandals or a thin silvery belt can give you that nice dose of glam.
Red is modern now, yes, but it’s also timeless, and a fashion diva might wish to pay tribute to famous ladies from history who wore this color and made it so famously feminine. Take Marilyn Monroe’s famous dress from River of No Return if you want an inspiration for something jaw-droppingly sexy, or in case you want that refined, cultured fashion take Grace Kelly’s loveliness and elegance to really show the world your incredible style.
Wearing red is more than just following a trend. It’s not a color that can be worn by the meek, it’s something that grabs people’s attention and holds it. It represents the raw power of women, it enchants you and commands respect. So, be daring, and be confident. There’s no way you can’t look good in the perfect shade of revolutionary red.
Written by Sophia Smith