Hats are making a comeback. As seen above in the picture is a model rocking a cloche for 2012 fall preview. The cloche hat is a fitted, bell-shaped hat for women that was invented by milliner Caroline Reboux in 1908, became especially popular during the 1920s, and continued to be commonly seen until about 1933. Its name is derived from cloche, the French word for "bell". This cloche gives a georgeous, smart, and sexy sophisticated look, which is what a girl wants in an accessory, all summed up in one item.
So this fall make sure to break out your cloche and rock it all around town. A cloche will add femininity to any outfit, be it jeans, T-shirt, blazer and heels or long skirt, long vest and sheer blouse. Add a brooch, silk sweet peas or a small, demure flower to your cloche. Lastly, wear it around your home for awhile and try different angles with it, so you're more comfortable when you wear it out for the first time. This is a fabulous cloche for an affordable price that you'll adore, and make you adorable!
Hello Bluebird, you look totally redonkulous today with all that blue. I thought Halloween was still a few months away. It looks like your bird costume is missing a few feathers, and possibly a clue!
All of that blue should not be worn together, especially when your blues clash like that. Two brights definitely make a wrong. Try combining colors to prevent becoming a eyesore, but just don't go color crazy. A pair of white shorts would definitely set off that beautiful bright blue well. Contrast is good! Neutrals play a part in every wardrobe.
Oh my goodness, who died? Wait let me guess. It was your fashion sense. First of all your strapping. It can't be seen in this picture, but you are. Second, it's summer, so for vampire's sake, wear a dress show off some skin. But whatever you do, don't wear those tight pants. Now lets try to raise our inner fashionista from the dead.
Add some color, let loose and chill. Smile once in a while, and never, ever, ever wear that much black again. Because it is summer, dresses are in style so look for one with a bit of color. Maybe even one that brightens up every ones day just by seeing you!
First off is that a jumpsuit? Second what is with those colors? Well, excuse me Clown Lady, but where are your big shoes, and red nose and Afro? What? You're not a clown? Well lady, have you looked in a mirror lately? Unless you're the poster child for "Awkward" or you want just go join a circus, I suggest you find a new outfit. If you're looking for a bold statement, well, you made it! Life in the big top should make you feel right at home!
Try a calm casual dress. Preferably one without overwhelming colors, with just enough contrast to give you that "Remember Me" look. We want to make a statement when we are seen, of course. Think about the statement you're trying to make. This lovely, flowing, spaghetti strap number is a warm, serene option that says, "I'm stylish, sexy and fun-loving" and not "I'm a barrel full of monkeys".
First off, those jeans are not The-Most-Adorable. They are probably 47th on my favorite jean list. Second they are way, WAY too tight. Your legs are going to suffocate in there. Plus you've got something going on under your butt there, which proves they are too small!
Straight leg jeans are the best. Of course, with True Religion, how can you go wrong? They give you that curve, and fit in all the right places. When you have a large caboose, go with no flaps on the pockets; no need to add to your rear end. If you need a little oomph, opt for designs and flaps. Now that you know, you will always have a good looking ass.
Talk about standing out in the crowd. Neon green is a tricky color to play with, but when you mix it with a "tight in all the wrong places" dress you look a little on the trampy side. Yes, she's walking down the street. But she looks like a Streetwalker!
A softer version of a bright color would be doing our eyes a favor, and your behind. A flowing long, summer dress. This beautiful version would look stunning with flat sandals, minimal jewelry and a loose bun, to show off those shoulders.
We all want to stop traffic when we walk down the street. We just don't want them to stop and offer money.