Although, the Kira Plastinina brand went bankrupt after only nine years of being on the market, I think they had some really good stuff. Whereas for nine years in a row, this business was never profitable, and losses only varied in volume from year to year, I still think that the problem was about their marketing strategy rather than the clothes they made.
One of my favorite brands when it comes to elegance preserving the touch of originality is Ted Lapidus. Their selection surprises me every season as I never go out of their boutique empty-handed. If you’re having one of those very lady-like days, yet you’re not keen on looking as if you’re headed for a Buckingham Palace dinner, then I suggest you check this brand out. I, myself like elegance. As Chanel said, it never goes out of style. Elegance has modesty as one of its main components and modesty always arouses seduction (and that’s what we’re all secretly after, right?). Still I avoid conservatism at all costs.
Blue says “hire me”
Navy blue is considered one of the best colours to wear on a job interview. According to a Career Builder survey of 2,099 hiring managers, interviewees wearing blue were considered team players. The colour symbolizes relaxation, loyalty, confidence and control.
YES summer is on it’s way and YES we’re all dying for the hot days, warm evenings and even hotter tans. But while it’s still spring, the evenings are still chilly and turning blue and asking for blankets on terraces is not that glamorous. So unless you’ve planned to get someone out of the friend-zone by asking them to warm you up, wear that coat when you leave the house.
When it comes to 2017 jewelry trends, too much is not enough. “Life’s too short to wear boring jewelry” is a statement particularly true of spring/summer 2017. It’s all big and crazy and futuristic in the jewelry section this season. Wanna keep the pace? Then I assure you, people Will definitely stare so make it worth their while. So, let’s start listing those crazy ideas and I tell you, it would be a sin not to put them into practice, because they’re simply gorgeous:
“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Miranda Priestley’s famed catty retort from The Devil Wears Prada may have some essence to it but designers beg to differ.