Mai 28th, 2015
Make Melissa’s luxe pink PVC sandals your new staple this summer. Constructed in Italy, this sleek style features a band with a bow and metal detail. Team yours with everything from denim shorts to leather skirts.
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Mai 26th, 2015
Peek-a-boo stripes add sultry appeal to this show-stopping gown from Vionnet. Pair this gorgeous, fitted, strapless silhouette with sky-high heels and a classic colorful clutch to complete the look.
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Mai 21st, 2015
Faith Connexion shower this urban snapback with gold-tone studs, making it a contemporary choice that strikes the perfect balance of high-low fashion. Style it with a glossy ponytail for a glam contrast.
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Mai 18th, 2015
A single-shoulder silhouette and chunky plastic chains lend a cool retro vibe to this enticing swimsuit by Victoria’s Secret.
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Mai 14th, 2015
Today, we’d like to provide you with 5 different pattern common used in fashion’s design.
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Animal print in fashion imitates the pattern that is found on the skin or fur of an animal for either camouflage, communication or to scare away predators. Animal prints are an alternative to real fur or faux fur and can be used on almost any kind of garment. They have been popular for a long time since they look expensive and exotic and hence are a symbol for wealth and status. Animal prints also became very popular in the US in women’s fashion of the 1960s bohemian movement. The most common animal prints are zebra, tiger, leopard, cheetah, hyena and giraffe. They are mostly used on handbags and footwear but can be used on any kind of garment as well.
2_Polka Dot Pattern
A Polka dot pattern is a pattern that has only circles on the garment. These circles have always the same size and are placed closely together so that it becomes a pattern. This certain pattern is most commonly seen on children’s fashion but now can also be found in women’s and men’s fashion. Polka dots are considered playful and therefore are often found on bathing suits, underwear and lingerie but can also be found on dresses, blouses, shirts, socks and men’s ties. They became popular in the 19th century in the UK.
A striped pattern is a pattern that consists of usually parallel stripes that can be different colors and sizes. Striped patterns are used on nearly every kind of garment for decoration and can make the wearer appear slimmer or broader depending on whether the stripes are horizontal or vertical.
Trompe l’oeil is a French word and means ‘fool the eye’. It is a certain technique that is used to apply to embroidery and clothes which creates an illusion for the eye.
Paisley is a pattern that is formed like a teardrop or leaf with a curved point and is also known as ‘Persian pickles’. The name ‘paisley’ comes from a Scottish city that used to be important in the textile industry and was one of the first to produce fashion with a paisley pattern in Europe. Paisley originates in a floral pattern from Persia that was also popular in India and was imported to England by soldiers in the 18th century. Here Queen Victoria was a fan of the pattern and set a trend in Europe. Paisley was very popular in the 18th and 19th century and had a revival during the hippie-years. Lately it also has been featured in the collections of high-end brands such as Burberry, Gucci and Etro. Paisley is especially used for ties, scarves, pillows and upholstery.
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Mai 12th, 2015
Giuseppe Zanotti’s embellished leather flip flops are designed to flatter. Perfect for the summer, these beautiful thong sandals are just perfect for the office as an alternative to high heels for a change, don’t you think?
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