London Fashion Week this year started with bang, I got the opportunity to attend Luke Archer’s Autumn Winter Collection. Luke Archer is a British Fashion designer specialising in luxury ready to wear couture pieces. Luke started his label in 2010 after graduating from Middlesex University and soon went on to win Alfa Romeo Young Designer of the Year Award in 2013.
Leggings/Tights have become a crucial item in every woman’s wardrobe for very many reasons. One of the reasons for that is, they are easy to style with other clothes and very versatile in creating many different style outfits.
Valentine’s Day is knocking on the door and we need to prepare in advance fashion-wise, to surprise our men with this special occasion.
Fashion editors have a sixth sense of styling and putting together ingenious outfits, no doubt about it. This is why, fashion editors are such a great inspiration for all of us when it comes to new hot trends, but also to reinvent our own fashion sense, by using some simple tricks and ideas. This means that you don’t have to buy an entirely new wardrobe and do something extraordinary to have a more acute fashion sense, but steal some tricks from these fashion gurus. Amongst all the ideas that have inspired us from fashion editors, here are 3 simple tricks that you can start applying to your own fashion style right away.
Being petite, I am a huge fan of Miroslava Duma. She is my idol for petite fashion and here are few style tips that we can learn from her.
Are you having a hard time styling your outfits to complement your petite stature? Here are the most important challenges we petite women experience all the time.
Layered outfits are the thing right now, but putting together the perfect layered outfit may be something difficult to do. Still, if you follow these simple principles you’ll layer clothes like a pro in no time!
Christmas holidays are almost over here in U.K however, it’s winter till February so some of us still go away for short breaks or skii holidays. If packing for the winter holidays sounds too much for you, you need a few ideas to guide you and help you out. First things first!
Hello Everyone! Few weeks ago I was introduced to Luxemme, a luxury women’s clothing based in the U.K. Luxemme ‘s clothing range is a great mix of Parisian chic and Manchester street style. I was lucky enough to be able to try on an elegant lace playsuit* which I absolutely adore. I all about luxury classy dressing without breaking the bank and Luxemme is the perfect shop for this. If you want to buy luxury clothing at great price check out Luxemme website.
The lace playsuit that I wore is available for only £35 on their website. I love the mesh short sleeves and the elegant lace detail of the playsuit. The open look cut out on the gives the elegant playsuit an edgy look.
Talking about luxury dressing without breaking your bank may be a real challenge, especially when you’re petite. Most big retailers have petite sections in their store where you can find amazing pieces, but not that affordable in most cases. So, what to do when you’re petite and you want to have luxurious clothing without spending too much? Here are few tips that can help you out.
# 1 Find the Best Bargains Online
One good starting point would be to go for outlets or online fashion retailers that have seasonal discounts, so there’s a great bargain all year around. Some of the most affordable yet luxurious looking clothing can be found on Luxemme.com
# 2 Buy Clothes that Don’t Get Outdated Easily
Another thing to consider when you want to buy cheap clothing that looks expensive is to stick to somewhat classy clothes that rarely get out of fashion. This way, you’ll have a large wardrobe and even if you buy a piece that costs a few extra pounds, it compensates with its versatility. Go for solid colour clothes. Blacks will always stay elegant and in fashion. Remember: when it comes to luxurious clothes, simplicity is key!
# 3 Take Good Care of Your Clothes
Keeping your clothes in amazing shape will make them look expensive just because they aren’t degraded, decolored or thorn. So don’t spend all your money on outlets, bargains just to fill up your wardrobe with anything cheap, instead appreciate what you already have, combine them in neat, elegant looks and take good care of them starting with washing, ironing and so on.
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Linking Up with More Pieces of Me, On The Daily Express,Style Elixir, Myriad Musings , I do declaire , Pleated Poppy, The Mummy Chronicles, Cappuccino & Fashion ,Shopping My Closet, Pampers & Pearls,Living in Color Style, Mix and Match Fashion, Curly Crafty Mom,Katherine’s Corner ,Fizz & Frosting , Still Being Molly , Pink Sole, Life of Meg , Claire Justine, Fashionably Employed , Honest Mum, Forage Fashion,Two Thirty-Five Designs,Lena B Actually, ,Fashionista Momma, Watch Out For The Woestmans, The Foley Fam, Beauty 101 with Lisa,Style Diary By Osy, Not Dressed As Lamb
Disclosure: The post was created in collaboration with Luxemme, all opinions are mine.