How To Carry an Orange Dress

December 27th, 2013 by aclazaro

For a lot of people, orange is a hard color to pull off. Surprisingly though, orange is a very flattering color since it instantly adds a natural glow to your skin tone. This spring, designers lit up the runways with a range of vibrant tangerines, neon oranges and amped-up corals that looked yummy and wearable all at once. But if you’re not used to wearing orange, it can seem a little tricky. So here’s how to make sure you’re wearing the right hues at the right time.

If you decide to wear orange near your face, such as a top, a hat or accessories, pick vibrant shades of mango for olive-to-dark skin tone. If you’re a little paler, opt for more muted orange shades such as a sunset color. When trying on garments at the store, just hold up the item near your face; if it makes your eyes pop and brightens up your face, you’ve got a winner. But if it makes you look pale or drab, put it back!

Victoria Beckham Asymmetric Silk-Gazar Gown

June 4th, 2013 by aclazaro

For 2010, the asymmetric design for dresses still often appears on fashion show stages but this one shoulder styled gowns can be traced back during ancient times in Greece. And there is no better fashion icon who can amazingly interpret this dress is Victoria Beckham.

Here we have the Victoria Beckham Asymmetric Silk-Gazar Gown that serves to be the epitome of modern glam. It is made with folding that is couture-like and finished with blurred gray print. This is truly a show stopping choice for the runway. It is designed with internal zip fastening corset and a wrap around outer layer which is fastened with some hook and eye. To complete its stunning appearance, it has its asymmetric draping at the back.

It is combined with some ruching at the front with the gathered shoulder, a grosgrain belt at waist fees with some vent at the side. This dress would definitely fit your sexy figure.

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Burbery Prosum Silk-Blend Knot Shirt

March 21st, 2013 by aclazaro

If this is your first time to see this, then this is the Burbery Prosum Silk-Blend Knot Shirt. For sure, this will win your heart just as how it has won many women’s hearts already. It made its first debut on the runway.

Its design is very simple. It only has two huge knots right at the front and one huge knot on its back. It also has a rushing and a zip fastening right at the back. The skirt is wrapped around its thighs and hips which would effectively make your hips and legs look sexier.

It is made out of viscose that is 68% and 32% silk. It is very easy, light and comfortable enough to wear. You can surely be attracted to its design by now but you may get to worry about your sizing later. It is in Italian sizing and it is cut for a sure, close fit.

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Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Scalf Silk Charmeuse Dress

January 23rd, 2013 by aclazaro

Asymmetric dresses became very popular in the early fashion stages of 2009. Surely, many fashionable ladies have bought one and added it to their collection in their closet. And good news is that, these dresses are still staying around. Take a closer look at this Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Scalf Silk Charmeuse Dress.

This is made in emerald silk charmeuse with a noble and look. It is composed of supple materials that are worthy of high quality and elegant image. This is a sleeveless dress that comes with a cowl neck, some slits at the side, plus a fashionable asymmetric hem.

It surely has this feminine fluid style. And with its emerald color that is simply stunning, this dress would really be effective in making you stand out in any crowd. You can get this for 4595 and it is perfect to be matched with some metallic heels perfect for any garden party.

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Versace ‘Socialite’ Satchel

May 23rd, 2012 by aclazaro

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We were all surprised by the tragic death of Gianni Versace in 1996 but good thing that his sister, Donatella Versace became the chief designer and inherited a somewhat daunting legacy. Versace goes on with the challenge and remain unwavering. The goddess of fashion continues to design and release enchanting products such as this ‘Socialite’ Satchel. It features bright silvery hardware contrasts brilliantly with the deep blue patent leather styling a structured satchel fronted by flap pockets. It is part of the fall 2009 runway and by the look of it, this would definitely be recognized as a creation of one of the top designers like Versace. You can have this for a retail price of $3,600.00.

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Marc Jacobs’ Fall/Winter Bag collection 2009-2010

January 3rd, 2010 by msj484

American fashion designer Marc Jacobs is also the current Creative Director of the prestigious French design house Louis Vuitton. He is also the head designer for the diffusion line Marc by Marc Jacobs. Let’s take a peek at some of his bags from his bag collection for Fall/Winter of 2009 – 2010.

markjacobs bag1markjacobs bag2markjacobs bag3markjacobs bag4markjacobs bag5markjacobs bag6Flashy, trendy, edgy, fashion-forward and definitely not just your ordinary handbag. With these collection, we can truly say that he indeed earned his place in the fashion world, not just as the creative director of Louis Vuitton but as well as a true mover in fashion and arts. Makes me look forward to his next collection.

Is Eco-Friendly Fashion Statement Too cliché? Not!!!

December 20th, 2009 by msj484

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I just *heart* this new stint pulled by the Danish Fashion Institue last Dec.9. It was a showcase of fabrics made from, well, you guessed it – recycled materials. Now this wasn’t your usual eco-friendly apparel made from earth-toned and rich-textured organic materials. This is innovative recycling that can have the same smoothness of silk and glossy sheen of PVC. Even the names used to call the products were done by a real style-genius. Crabion, Ingeo, Ditto and Milkfiber, samples of new fashion-lingo, were the keywords heard in that event. Ingenuous materials like crab byproducts, corn scraps and even powder left over from boiled milk were used to show how traditional textiles can be replaced with innovative new ones. Talk about protecting Mother Nature, these guys really delivered!

Hats off to the show’s 20 designers from five Nordic countries and representative of retailing giants as H&M and Barneys. Each presented two looks made from organic cottons, silks, polyesters and recycled agricultural materials. Asymmetrical cocktail dresses, oversized joker-collared windbrakers and dresses in strappy bodice were just samples of styles the models strut on the runway.

I hope to see more of these soon in malls, too. Who knows what else they could come up with next time. With the buzz that multinational organizations have been creating on being eco-friendly, I’m pretty sure there’d be more of these.
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Victoria Secret Fashion Show

December 2nd, 2009 by dooce


Miranda Kerr in a custom vs demi bra and panty in Holland and Sherry plaid, vine clock wings by Parsons-Meares, feather moths by Juliette Meurisse, brown lace up gloves by Pamela Woods and boots by Giuseppe Zanotti.

Candice Swanepoel in Pink String bikini with Crystallized Swarovski Elements, hand embellished Jacket by Pang and Chance Designs, socks with crochet pansies by maria Ficalora Knitwear and shoes by Guiseppe Zanotti.


Rosie Hunington Whiteley in custom vs Shapwear teddy, nude mesh dress, Damiani Jewelry and shoes by Guiseppe Zanotti.