First stop from the H& M Conscious Exclusive collection fitted bodice V-neck at front and back. Wide-cut skirt! This floral dress exudes style. The combination of linen and silk allows this sleeveless dress to flow freely! Don't worry if you are seeking sexiness, we gotcha. There is a high slit that shows off your legs! So strut your stuff down the street, giving the world peek a boo access to a little leg looking ever so elegant! The fact that you don't have to spend hours worrying which sandals or heels you have to wear with this dress makes it all the more appealing. The dress dominates everything else you can wear with it.
Next stop Lu Lu's! What a lovely Spring dress! The cut in this dress are clean, feminine and simplistic.. but flattering to any shape. Of My Dreams Lavender Midi Dress is a winner. The V-line bodice, fitted waist, and light and airy mid length hem is a stunner. Since Easter has past, I think I can wear this dress to church service or a wedding or a graduation. Wherever you wear it, you will definitely appear to be a sweetheart.
There are even more trendy looks for you to have in your possession. I will keep you posted for sure!
Monday, April 20, 2015
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Whatever you may think about fashion these past few years, it is undoubtedly clear that being a "Lady" is what's in. See the ankle length, A-line dresses full of art. From lace to glitter, to art deco, bringing lady like fashions into the arena is wonderfully accepted.
Anyone who watches Scandal knows that Kerry Washington character (Olivia Pope) wears some "wow" fashions. Extremely ladylike. This above pic gives you a little glove action to give some life to the feminine look.
Do a little research and you will find many ladylike fashions around you. Will you be the first to adapt this style in the street? Let me know.
The dress is by Adam Selman, Christian Louboutin shoes,
Ana Khouri earrings, and Jennifer Fisher rings
As I browsed Vogue.com Street Fashion page, I saw this snapshot of Ri Ri. Rihanna always makes any outfit look amazing! She has many different looks that all flatter. Let's face it, she is beautiful. From grunge, to elegant she can wear it nicely. But, I had to stop the press! The material looks like cotton. It is an A line dress that is street, yet, flirty, sexy, innocent, comfortable, which makes this dress appropriate for any event. Simplicity is key. From the halter style neckline, to the ruffles delicately lining the hem, to the straight lined buttons and material scream STYLE! Before I end, those Christian Louboutin shoes are leaving diamond footprints! Just kidding. But boy do they shine! The shoes are clearly saying that they will not be out done! We see you too pumps!
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
I know you are wondering why I am posting a Stepping video. Well, truth is that I want to display the fashion and the footwork! When the two are combined it is a beautiful thing! I hope you enjoy Chicago Style stepping and the contests as much as I do! Enjoy!
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