Big Earring Top 10 2011 New York Summer Fashion Trends The only word for this season’s big earrings! Hoops, chandeliers, bohemian styles. They all need to be big and bold as the earrings above from Louis Vuitton. Neckline Top 10 2011 New York Summer Fashion Trends Asymmetrical necklines were everywhere during the fashion week. [...]
Strut the streets of Manhattan in style with the Guess Carrie stiletto. Curved lines, a pointed toe, and ample heel create a classic silhouette that pairs nicely with everything from skirts to trousers. A must-have for any woman’s wardrobe, this pump exudes sexiness with every step.
In 1956 the movie Baby Doll starring Carroll Baker gave origin to the popularity of the “baby doll” nightgown, the costume worn by Baker’s childlike sensual character in the film. Although the film was heavily censored and banned in some countries, the baby doll style gained force and more than 50 years later it is still fashionable.
The designer elements of this lovely dress give it a rich look, at an incredible price! Imported.
Fashion trend, White is beautiful for open new month thats April. Trend in Vogue Paris is beautiful and perfect. white color with the addition of other accents to make an impression this model becomes very interesting.
Available in an array of bold colors and patterns, this three-piece mini dome set from Nick & Nora is great for travel or everyday use. It includes a satchel that’s perfect for transporting toiletries–or for storing the other two bags: a cosmetics pouch and a cute change purse. Each flirty and fun bag is made of shiny, vinyl-covered fabric with a nylon lining for durability.
This small flap bag with chain detail is perfect for creating this season’s urban-chic look. The slim strap can be worn across the body or over the shoulder.
Some pieces of clothing, such as silk blouses for women, are worn quite frequently and are considered go to pieces for a full wardrobe. Women’s blouses can be made from all types of material.
We saw a selection of dresses and trousers suits made of luxurious leathers and thick wools. His collection consisted of maily blacks, whites, greys and neutral shades, with Costa calling his technique ‘minimal and almost monastic’. Which was mirrored in his fitted dress made out of black wool, paired with a double leather belt, to which he named the ‘power dress’