The Black Halo Jackie O Sheath Dress in Red, seen on Alyssa Milano, is an elegant dress with a classic fit. It features a geometric neckline with cap sleeves and gently draped neck, a square-neck at the back and a back vent at the hem. It has darting at the bust and a fitted waist with removable belt for a feminine fit. The timeless pencil dress is a celebrity favorite. Source : shopthetrendboutique
As the northern fashioniser experiences autumn / fall 2010′s steady march towards winter 2011. fashion houses and the high street stores alike are releasing heavier pieces as a part of new collections. Amongst them is Zara, whose new young men’s collection is due in store this month.
The Black Scale 2010 Fall/Winter lookbook features understated yet stylish streetwear pieces. There is an attention to detail that lifts the line to the next level. The style of tassel, epaulets and buttons used on the shoulders, cuff and collars of the outerwear pieces are a testament to the designer’s great taste. There is also a nautical feel to the Black Scale 2010 Fall/Winter line that really works.
This is a great time to clean out your wardrobe and chuck out all the horrid fashion catastrophes you thought were trendy once upon a time. Men are just as guilty as the women for hoarding things in the back of their closets with the hopes that they’ll come back into style. So get rid of those eye sores and make way for some new clothing. Make it your New Year resolution if you wish, to wear trendy and sensible[...]
Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW) 2010/2011 is a major fashion week in indonesia that provide direction and demonstrate their talents and creativity of the Indonesian fashion designers. This event aims to promote the fashion world in Indonesia, as well as make Jakarta and Indonesia as one of Asia’s fashion center. Jakarta Fashion Week 2010/2011 will be held on November 6 to 12 2010 in Pacific Place, Jakarta. Indonesian designers will draw inspiration from the design legacy of the country that are[...]
The 1980s fashion revival is coming to a close. But the revival on earlier periods, particularly from the 1930s and 1940s, remains popular. So what to do then with the military fashion trend which has proved the stalwart of fashionisers’ wardrobes for the past 2 years? Evolve it. Play down the over-the-top glam pieces taken directly from the 80s, and infuse the historical military look with something far more classic, far more relevant to 2010 / 2011 fashion. Introducing the[...]