A blue color is the one that makes its wearer look sophisticated, interesting and energetic. Today’s topic is blue dress outfit ideas and what colors you can easily add to this frock. Before we start our trip into blue dress outfit ideas, I want to make things clear and list the most popular colors to wear with blue. The blue color goes with white, beige, gray, pink, red, light brown, orange, yellow, green, gold, silver, blue, and black. In today’s article, I am going to cover fashion topics, such as the blue dress outfit ideas with different belts, layers, and color shoes. Stay tuned and scroll down your mouse to see what’s trending right now.
This time I want to show you stylish sweaters for women. Everything you see in this post can be worn on a daily basis. Some of the showcased styles look great with casual items and some are great for formal occasions. I am sure you will find here an ideal sweater that can easily match your wardrobe. If you ask me what type of sweaters to invest in, then my recommendations would be the following: make sure to try oversized and cropped sweaters, pullover designs, cowl necks, cropped knitwear, V-necks, sleeveless designs, crewnecks.
Slouchy and oversized emerald green sweater is half-tucked in knee-ripped slim jeans complted with blue sandals.
According to Wikipedia, it’s a jacket-length coat that is worn on top of your shirt, t-shirt, blouse, pullover, sweater, jumpsuit or dress. It’s usually made of thick leather (of various animals) in black, and brown, but you can find it in a wide range of other colors. This outerwear piece is designed for many purposes, it is associated with different subcultures and styles. It is used by military aviators, police, cowboys, punks, goths, metalheads, stylists and fashionistas. It comes in various styles including leather motorcycle jackets, leather bomber jackets, leather sportcoats, leather car coats.
Are you into a maxi skirt? Stop! Are you telling me this bottom piece is outdated? Well, this skirt still rules and I am here to tell you reasons why everyone should give this garment a try! A flowy bottom can look rich and glamour, all you need is to style it the right way. In this article, I will try my best to show you the best street style ways to wear maxi skirts in real life, stay tuned to see incredible looks to copy this year.
This time we are talking about sweater dresses. Yes, you got it right, in most cases, it’s just a longer version of a classic pullover knitted sweater. Modern labels and retailers sell them in different lengths, from thigh length versions to the ones that hit ankles. The most common designs of sweater dresses end at the knee. The great news is the versatility of a sweater dress it flatters all figure types, no matter if you are skinny or plus sized woman. In this article, I am about to show you great ideas on what goes with a sweater dress and how to look at your best while wearing this knitwear on the streets.
Keep an eye on a long sleeve knee length sweater made of heavy wool. Style it with white trainers and dark burgundy handbag made of high-quality leather. Complete it with Wayfarer sunglasses.
A few decades ago blazers were used for formal events only. Most of them looked boring and simple. But the game changed drastically. This jacket comes in dozens of styles, lengths, and colors. In today’s fashion, a blazer is much more versatile and has tons of new trendy additions. We still have formal suit jackets, but even they can be mixed and matched with different pants, skirts, and dresses. In this blog post, I will try to explore this beautiful cover-up garment in different dimensions and angles.
A lace dress is a garment we love. Why? It looks both conservative, coquettish and that balance is totally ideal. Indeed, you are free to dress it up or down. Each one of these creations looks feminine, fresh and timelessly chic. In today’s article, I want to show you my favorite street style looks of women who appear in different lace dresses completed with vibrant hue shoes. You don’t need to keep things glamour and heavy, I suggest to maintain things simple. Of course, it’s important to match lace dress with the right shoes. Read on, to find some cute ideas on what shoes to wear with the different color lace dress for any woman.
Long sleeve black lace dress looks just fine with block heeled pumps in beige color, complete this outfit with a shoulder bag in black leather.
Say hello to a black pencil skirt. In today’s article, I am about to show you great outfit combinations with different jackets and black pencil skirt. No need to describe the versatility of this bottom piece, it can be used for work, parties and casual walks on the town. The skirt by itself comes with a beautiful silhouette featuring a narrow, straight cut. It ideally reveals the figure of a lady, it hugs the curves of a woman’s body. Most pencil skirts end at the knee, but I love when it’s slightly below it. Modern fashion offers pencil skirts made of lace, leather, sheer materials, embellished with all kinds of embroideries, but I suggest to start from classic versions. In this blog post, I gathered interesting ways to wear this black skirt with different jackets, including leather, fur, and denim versions, as well as vests, down jackets and many other cool outerwear pieces.
That’s a superior look for a casual day off. A high-waisted black pencil skirt ideally matched leather bandeau crop top in black, layered with a light bomber jacket. I love the way this outfit is finished: heeled black pumps made of leather are great!
The New York City look is well documented—but hard to define. Yes, New York women are sleek and stylish, but we’re not teetering around in super trendy outfits and too-high Jimmy Choos. The most stylish among us do have at least one thing in common: being able to look pulled together and totally effortless all at once. As long as you follow these fashion rules, you’ll master the simple, comfortable look, too. When in doubt, recall the words of Iris Apfel, NYC’s grande dame of style: “If you’ve got good shoes, you can get away with anything.”
This year’s runways were awash with shades of white, from ivory and eggshell to cream and vanilla. The clean-slate color may seem a little intimidating at first — with all the potential for coffee spills, ketchup drips, and lipstick smudges — but as you’ll see ahead, it’s easier to wear an all-white outfit than you think.