I am hoping you guys are making the most of the glorious weather outside. I certainly have been doing! This my seem like an odd topic but when we are talking about colours and shades and then the fact we have been wearing a lot of olive coloured styles lately. It’s a great colour for the transitional period and pairs really well with black and equally lighter colours such as stone or mocha. I know i know… you’re thinking “why on earth is she talking about transitional fashion already?”. The reason is that although the sun is still very much shining the season is quickly coming to an end. The transitional period is normally mid August to the end of September. As we are always looking out for you we have listed some of our transitional footwear favourites below. These hot pics have been carefully selected so take your time and have a good read through
The Summer is on it’s way. There’s no stopping it so you better get your wardrobe in order. The start of the Summer means you will need to rebuild parts of your wardrobe. This is music to my ears. I mean, what lady doesn’t enjoy a spot or retail therapy? That is all well and good but if you don’t know what trends are going to be big this season, read on. This post is dedicated to what dresses are set to be big this Summer…
With Summer fast approaching, it is a good idea to start looking for styles that you can wear when the temperatures begin to rise. In the Summer I tend to keep my eye on styles that are better for just throwing on. The last thing you want to wear ios a clingy dress or top. You want to be able to let that skin breath so a lightweight cotton or linen dress would be a great choice. If the weather begins to get hotter and even a linen dress isn’t keeping you cool, it’s time for another strategy. This is where your trusty bardot dresses come into action.
The colour on everyones lips this spring is Violet! The news shouldn’t come as a complete surprise if you’ve been following this seasons runway trends from the very first London Fashion Week. As always i saw a variety of purple shades from designers, most notably touches of lavender for Spring/Summer 2019, and it won’t be long before every fashion follower finds a way to add a dash of the colour into her clothing. According to Pantone, Ultra Violet is linked with a successful future, and this definitely seems to be the case. This sounds pretty accurate to us as we head into the new year. For those who simply can’t wait to try out the trend, we found 11 easy outfits to re-create right now.
What are going to be the biggest trends of 2019? I hear this every time a new year swings by. I mean, I don’t blame people for asking. Everyone wants a head start on the biggest upcoming trends, don’t they? So, I have taken to the internet to do some research and pulled what I believe to be the best trends that were at fashion weeks of Paris, New York, Milan and London. Read on for some inspiration for the new season…
As the years have passed weddings have become more and more relaxed with some of the ideas put forward by the bride and groom have become more obscure. Weddings are being held in more and more peculiar places, the bridal party often have free reign on what dresses they want to wear and some partners are choosing to get rid of the standard ceremony in place of something a little more out there. With so many things wedding related changing it can a huge challenge to know what is appropriate to wear. The fashion experts over a Zuppe wholesale clothing have give us a bit of a rundown below.
Clothing can often elevate your confidence to dizzy new heights. There is no better feeling than when you look in the mirror and you think “yes, I’ve nailed it”. When I am feeling down, I often look to my wardrobe to lift my spirits. I throw on some bright colours, some statement jewellery and some high heels and leave the house feeling a million dollars. Fashion can change your whole mood. You can literally wake up in the “Do I really need this job? I might just stay in bed” outlook. That can all change with the right outfit choice.