This month is a month full of surprises extraordinary. Moreover, this month along with Christmas celebrations are also filled with a variety of formal and glamorous outfits and also Casual.Who was instrumental in at Christmas is very big impact and can enhance our sense of self confidence.
Suits: Tall, and boyish frames
Avoid: Plus size and large breasted ladies
The bohemian trend has been polished up for the party season and is a continuation of what was the hottest look of the summer. Gone are the staple day wear of cowboy boots and poncho, in there place is a look which oozes laid back sophistication. Flowing and long this amazing Chloe inspired beaded strapless dress from Monsoon is in this seasons hot colour. Look out for similar styles in blues, greens, pinks and purples. The key is natural elegance, long and fluid, the beading adds an ethnic feel, try wearing some chunky wooden beads or ethnic inspired jewellery to enhance the overall look, there is a fabulous selection in John Lewis at the moment and like wise in Topshop. Choose simple strappy heels or wooden wedges to finish off.
Macrame is mostly used for accessories and objects; because it’s constructed of knots it can be bulky and have little stretch to it. Nevertheless, 2011 sees it used on clothing and accessories alike. Because it can often have a very open weave, macrame is 2011′s perfect accompaniment to beachwear. Just have a look at the examples from Gucci and Christian Dior below – an open-weave macrame dress is ideal for layering over a bikini, monokini or bodysuit.
Macrame is made by knotting the main fabric to great visual affect. It’s a craft most often associated with 19th century sailors, who made all kinds of macrame objects in their spare time – with shipping rope, or from leather, yarn, twine or other sturdy materials. Macrame in particular also heralds in a subtle nautical revival, seen as well in the naval-inspired stripes and numerous pairs of wide-leg sailor pants gracing the runways.
A cardigan is a sweater that opens in the front and attaches with either buttons, hooks, or a zipper. Cardigan sweaters are thought to have originated in 17th century France and the British Isles, where fishermen wore heavy, hand-knitted woolen sweaters. Fondly known as fishermen’s sweaters, the industry of knitting the heavy sweaters soon became popular on the coast of Ireland. Fishermen and outdoor workers sought out the expensive cardigans that kept them warm during the harsh North Atlantic winters.
Today the same cardigan sweaters are produced in Ireland and although they are still worn for warmth, they have become a fashion statement for casual wear. Yet cardigans are not limited to this heavy, woolen style; cardigan sweaters can be made of nearly any fabric, with styles for both women and men. Styles include fabrics such as wool, cotton, polyester, rayon, cashmere, Lycra and many more.
Product Features :
- Sizing: Junior Sizing with a Young Contemporary Fit
- Material: 55 % Ramie, 45 % Acrylic
- Care and Cleaning: Dry Flat, Hand Wash Cold
- Sheerness: Opaque
- Garment Length: Below Waist
- Neckline Style: Open Neckline , Rolled Collar
- Long Sleeves , Buttoned, Rolled Cuff(s)
- Hem Style: Finished Hem(s)
- Made in China