Business fashion - how to stylishly dress in the office
Business lady and gray mouse - how similar are these concepts? The image of a…

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Shoes on the platform - convenience and fashion in one bottle
Shoes with heels visually makes women's legs longer, the figure is slimmer, and the image…

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Tights - versatile wardrobe item. Learning to wear correctly
Tights or leggings - a kind of variation of tights, only these products look more…

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Espadrilles - with what to wear stylish women's shoes
Espadrilles are an amazing solution for warm weather. Natural materials, a comfortable shoe and elegant…

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Pencil skirt – for work or on holiday

“Pencil” is a skirt, narrowed down and tight hips. Pencil skirts are sewn from a variety of materials – elastic knitwear, costume fabric, satin, lace and many other options. For the first time such a skirt style appeared in the middle of the last century, and legendary designer Christian Dior introduced it to fashion. The pencil skirt emphasizes the roundness of the hips and slim figure, making the woman incredibly elegant. For many girls, a pencil skirt is solely a business woman’s wardrobe, but current trends stubbornly demonstrate the opposite. In a tight skirt, you can walk around the city and go shopping, as well as visit restaurants, exhibitions and even parties. Let’s look at the main issue – what is the best way to combine such a skirt.
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Boho style – the embodiment of femininity and simplicity

If you are at least a little familiar with the boho style, you have noticed that it combines incompatible things. Wearing garments that are poorly combined with each other is not the main task of the boho. Boho is a style of creative people, people with innovative thinking who do not depend on fashion, and at the same time dress beautifully.
How did the boho style appear
The name of the boho style comes from the word “bohemia” – the creative intelligentsia. The term originated in France in the 19th century, a layer of society, which included street performers, artists, poets and other creative people with an unstable income, was called bohemian – they did not have the means to buy fashionable things. Continue reading

Snud - how to wear a fashionable scarf
Scarf-LIC is a stylish accessory that has already managed to catch the fancy of many…

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Michael Kors bag: 5 signs of a fake
Paying a lot of money for a bag, we want to make sure that it…

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