The Japanese November issue of Vogue features model, Nyasha Matohondze! She is absolutely gorgeous and makes these clothes look even better with her in them! The designs are bold eccentric and remind me of the 80s. They are bold, feminine, color and beautiful!
Archive for the ‘Fashion trends’ Category
I just love scarves! You can have a ball wearing them! They come in so many styles and you can do soooo much with them. It is one of the least expensive and easiet ways to dress up and outfit.
So with fall officially here, have fun and play dress up!
The Mary Jane pump has got to be my fave this fall but here are a few more!
Source: seal shoes.com
The herringbone pattern is a hugely popular trend this fall. You can find it on dishes, pillows, laptop cases…….you name it! The Missoni line in target stores is selling out online and in stores. Personally, it is just nice to see designers embracing patterns this season. My advice is to buy lots of it, if you love it, but don’t wear it from head to toe, unless you’re in the second grade!
I have a skirt and top that I bought years ago, and a headband…………that is all I plan to wear! I am saving up my money for Black Friday!
Color, maxi dresses, shoes!
Well, fur vests are everywhere! It is a really fun trend that provides a great deal of versatility. They come in so many different styles and colors…..and this trend is unisex.
Now please make sure that you wear skinny jeans, leggings, mini skirts and pencil skirts in order to not to look like a big ole polar bear!
Turban-tied scarves were in this summer, and they are still in for the fall. The fashion runways were showing them in a multitude of forms. Even Beyonce is sporting them in a few of her more recent promotional pics. There’s nothing really new about them. Women and men have been tying their hair in scarves for centuries. Enjoy this trend! There’s so many ways to rock it!
Here’s the basic instrutions:
Before you start, tie your hair in a bun or ponytail. Fold a large square scarf in half into a triangle. Lay the scarf on your head with the center point of the triangle facing forward and the sides hanging down each of your shoulders. Making sure most of your hair is covered, grasp the length of each side and bring them to the top of your head, twisting twice to create a “knot”.
Once you’ve twisted the ends twice into a knot, bring both sides together to the back of your head and tie it tight. Tuck all your loose ends under the back and front of the turban.
Voila, you’ve just made a turban! You can also create a turban-like headband using a rectangular scarf by repeating the same steps without covering all of your hair. Don’t forget the double twist and happy wrapping!
Here’s a video of one of my favorite natural bloggers is showing you how she did it: