With summer putting in an earlier appearance than expected, ladies are already planning their summer fashion look.
If you dread the summer and are uncomfortable about showing your legs, don’t forget the classic favourite – the maxi dress.
This easy-to-wear styled dress has seen a surge in popularity over recent years and can be worn for every occasion, including nights out, as work wear and for relaxing at the weekends, as well as for more formal occasions. It can be dressed up and dressed down and accessories added and is one of the most versatile items of clothing in any women’s wardrobe.
If you are conscious of your middle region, look at styles which include a soft top layer, as this can help disguise any lumps and bumps and look feminine and pretty. If you are conscious of your bottom, go for a pattern or vertical striped design, which will make you feel more confident.
Actress Kate Hudson was recently spotted in Los Angeles looking great in a maxi dress.
Other style options to consider include whether you prefer a low neckline or want something a little less open. If you want to …
Choosing a dress shirt is much more involved than it sounds. Unfortunately, not every man realises this. We tend to pick up a shirt, try it on and decide on impulse whether or not it’s good enough. But if you know these six points to consider, the dress shirt you buy is guaranteed to look better on.
1. The fit
Many men believe fit means body hugging, it doesn’t. A good fit has two qualities: it makes the shirt comfortable and allows freedom of movement, and it flatters your torso. The variations on this are: slim fit, normal fit and loose fit. As the name suggests, slim fit is ideal for thinner men with little muscle. Normal fit suits more muscled men. Loose fit is for those with a fuller torso. Once you know your fit, you’re halfway there.
2. The fabric
Although a purist will swear by cotton, there are different times when a different fabric will be better suited. In summer, lightweight cotton provides good moisture and heat conduction but for a hardworking, easy care shirt, polyester might be your choice. Just remember not all dress shirts are as easy care as Farah shirts.…
When you think of luxury clothing, you probably imagine high-quality fabrics cut into glamorous, red-carpet-worthy pieces. While that’s still the case to a certain extent, the idea of luxury clothing has somewhat transformed in recent years. So, just how did a two-piece tracksuit make its way from living rooms to awards shows? Here’s a look into how loungewear transformed into luxury clothing:
Who Started It?
The phenomenon of the style dubbed ‘sleepleisure’ was highly influenced by celebrities. Ever since the ‘#iwokeuplikethis’ campaign was born on Instagram; the world hasn’t looked back. Celebrities and fashion influencers have adopted this for themselves, with stars like Rihanna and Virgil Abloh leading the way in comfy yet fashionable clothing. What once was clothing suitable for in the home only has now flipped upside-down to become high-fashion wear.
Loungewear Collaborations For Pyjama Dressing
Though many designers have already created collection based on the growing obsessed with luxury loungewear, some have also decided to collaborate with streetwear and loungewear brands. The most popular include Champion and Vetements, Louis Vuitton and Supreme. These brands may be considered more streetwear, but the line between streetwear and loungewear has become increasingly thin.
What’s more, ‘pyjama dressing’ has turned …