Every women always agree with that they don’t have new clothing to wear even though they just buy a lot. Listed below are the basic wardrobe for women.
The perfect white t-shirt
A simple, well fitted white t-shirt becomes so much more whether you’re dressing it up with a statement necklace and heels, or dressing it down with boyfriend jeans. In a way, this ultra basic staple is a catalyst for whatever fashion statement you want to make on a given day.
A good pair of sunglasses
Sunglasses are about more than style! They really pull an outfit together, but you can also wear yours year round for protection from photoaging around the eyes and safer driving. A pair of classic Ray-Ban aviators, which have been consistently in style since the 1930s, plus a funkier, chunkier pair are all you need in your collection.
A striped shirt
A striped shirt is so classic, you can keep this look in rotation forever. You can style it with everything from a party skirt to blue jeans and even work slacks. It’s comfortable, stylish, practical and budget-friendly—you really can’t go wrong with this one.
Shapeless or clingy, depending on your preference, a little black dress is the tried and true must-have. Strike a balance with an investment LBD that’s casual enough for an afternoon date, but tailored enough to dress up with strappy heels and a metallic clutch.
A tailored blazer
There’s nothing boxy or masculine about a well-tailored black blazer that’s been fitted perfectly to your body. It can be worn with a skirt and a cuffed shirt for work, or jeans and mile high heels for a night out. When in doubt, opt for a size smaller than you think you need because a blazer should accentuate your waist.
Scarves—printed and plain
Yes, that means more than one! From the leopard print scarf that turns your basic white t-shirt and jeans look into something saucier, to the gauzy scarf that helps you look like a native on your European tour, scarves can complete a look.
Who can stomach the thought of wearing heels at all times? When you need a break from your heels or wedges, a pair of nude flats serves as the ideal substitute. It can be worn both dressy and casual—it looks great with a pair of tailored trousers or even a wrap dress.
No fuss denim
Your thoughts on what constitutes the perfect jeans can probably come from, well, your genes. Whether you think Levi’s 501s are the end-all-be-all of denim or Uniqlo is your go-to just remember that a great pair of jeans can not only be dressed up and down but also make you feel more confident.
A pair of dark trousers
Sleek dark trousers not only transcend trends but also do it all. From the office to the theatre, to formal events, this is one of those wardrobe basics that rivals the LBD in terms of utility. You can wear them with your white t-shirt or a graphic tank top for an even more casual look. Then pair it with a blazer, a statement necklace and an updo for a charity gala.
A denim jacket
The denim jacket has been, and will continue to be, a wardrobe essential. It’s perfect for warmer weather, it goes with just about everything, it has a timeless appeal, and it doesn’t cost a fortune. Wear it with your long summer dresses, or layer it over basics and chic black skinnies for date night. It’s completely versatile.
Basic black pumps
This fashion fave has and likely will continue to stand the test of time simply because great black pumps can go with anything. Jeans. Your LBD. It doesn’t matter if it’s day or night, winter or summer; black pumps add polish to any look.
A sophisticated shift
If dresses are your go-to, then a comfortable shift in a true neutral hue can be a lifesaver because it serves as a blank slate for activities both casual and semi-formal. Toss a jacket over it or even a shirt under it and you’ve just created a whole new look.
Just to be clear, basics don’t have to be boring! Yes, they’re reliable, but they’re also the canvas from which fashion emerges through creative pairings and the addition of accessories. You can count on them to make you look and feel great no matter what.
The India Couture Week 2016 (ICW), hosted by Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) — India’s apex fashion body — is set to begin on July 20.
The India Couture Week 2016 (ICW), hosted by Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) — India’s apex fashion body — is set to begin on July 20.IANS | Jun 28, 2016, 02.55 PM IST
The four-day fashion gala vouches to showcase dazzling intricate craftsmanship, interesting trends, and the best of Indian crafts by leading couturiers from across India.
FDCI president Sunil Sethi hopes it’s a success.
“We have always offered the best of India through our eponymous events and the ICW is the most coveted extravaganza in the stable as it showcases couture ensembles, which are emblematic of our rich tradition and historical past,” Sethi said in a statement.
“As we get set to indulge in this unadulterated visual treat, we hope to recreate splendour through the art of luxury,” he added.
London is the city of million characters, one of the most diverse and culturally rich fashion capitals. The mix of different cultures and origins, and the unavoidable British humor are the things that give this city irresistible charm. After NYFW we are moving across the Atlantic. Red buses? Tower bridge? Black hub? Oxford street? Big Ben? Yes, you’re right! London, here we come!
When it comes to London fashion, it’s all about the new, the future. This city is always open to new ideas and innovations, but still remains strongly attached to its long history and tradition.
London is like a young boy that comes from the royal family, but is a bit rebellious and has a wild attitude – say, a crazy colored hairdo and a punk-y style. He’s doing things his own way and is not looking for approval!
This is the best way to describe British fashion and style. They offer the best of both worlds: the individuality of East London and the polished style of Sloane Street.
1. Animal print
This print makes for an eye-catching statement look. As this trend is constantly present, make sure you have at least one piece of this statement print in your wardrobe.
2. Cropped pants
Get your wide leg pants a little bit shorter and pair them with ankle boots or with a knee-high pair.
3. Scarves… blanket size
Getting out of bed every morning is so hard… We know! It would be so nice to have a little bit of that coziness your blanket gives you with you all day long… Well, we have good news! Fashionistas were walking around London with their “blankets”. Just pull a scarf over your shoulder, or tie it up around your neck… and that’s it!
4. Mad for plaid
Can you imagine London without plaid print? No way! Plaid print was all over the city, from school girl skirts to oversized short jackets.
5. Models off-duty
The Burberry Prorsum show was the one that brought together the world’s most famous models: Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn.
But this time, instead of walking the runway, they took the front row seats. Kate Moss was in a simple all-black outfit with a fringed Burberry Prorsum cape, while Naomi chose a more elegant ensemble with an embellished pencil skirt and a fluffy white coat.
They are still stylish! You can choose denim ones or let the leather ones take your outfit to a new level.
Brits have added some unexpected shine to the table! Another trend that always seems to be around, and Brits decided to show us how to wear it – are sequins. We must confess that they have successfully convinced us that sequins can be great on any outfit, day or night.
8. Like mother, like daughter
Little girls have become regular visitors of FW shows. They have joined their moms running from one show to another. Their street style was as modern and polished as their mom’s.
The only possible conclusion here is that it’s true what they say… an apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!
9. Geometric prints
You are not a fan of math? Neither are we. All those theorems, triangles, hexagons, trapezoids… It could easily give you a headache! But when it comes to geometric prints, those shapes look simply perfect. It’s time to liven up your wardrobe by giving this bold trend a try.
When wedges meet flats… UGG boots got some serious competition.
Flatform shoes are the next ugly or pretty, love it or hate it, yay or nay. But love them or hate them, one thing is for sure – this love child of wedges and flats has a lot to offer. Their raised bottom will make your legs look longer and it’s definitely easier to walk in them than in five-inch stilettos.
11. A ride on the wild side
For the end, we chose a few photos of the craziest and edgiest outfits that show that eccentric side of British people. We hope you’ll enjoy! Till next trip, lovely ladies!
How do you like London Fashion Week street style? Which trends do you like the most? Leave your comments below, and share your opinion with us!