Women’s shirts are a must-have in any woman’s closet. There are a lot of popular styles of women’s shirts, like the regular cotton t-shirt, v-neck shirt, and a dress shirt that is worn on more formal occasions and in the workplace.
A dress shirt is also known as a button-down shirt. Button-down shirts look great in the workplace, as they look formal and professional. Women’s shirts normally are casual-looking, but dress shirts are a different story.
If you want to have a dress-shirt with that soft, cotton look, opt for iron-free dress shirts. Non-iron or iron free are so soft and comfortable that you want to wear them 24/7. Remember to wear the color on the inside of your blazer, and don’t let its collar lie around the collar of your blazer or jacket. White dress shirts mustn’t be machine-washed to avoid yellowing.
Women’s shirts aren’t always too casual. Wear a dress shirt, and feel the difference.
We know how women’s jackets have become a part of our wardrobe since forever. We love women’s jackets and we like how they have a lot of styles and designs to choose from.
One particular style that we can’t get enough of is a blazer. A blazer is the ultimate all-around garment—you can wear it anytime, anywhere, and any season. A blazer is something you can wear in the office, wear in a party, or wear on casual gatherings.
Blazers also make a good layering piece. Boyfriend blazers and skinny jeans and a t shirt always look good together. This look is always edgy, giving you that “rockstar” vibe. On the other hand, power dressing will never be complete with blazers.
There may be a lot of women’s jackets available to us, but one thing is for sure—a blazer will always be a popular favorite. Time to show some love for blazers!
This spring’s fashion season will be going ahead with pastel colours taking centre stage. Even a trendy printed dress featuring disorganised maps of the United States is designed with a plentiful amount of this season’s yellow dotted over it.
Another winning colour will be white. Instead of the ‘little black dress’, a ‘little white dress’ should be packed when going away. Dresses in white may look stark and cold in the fashion store but when worn can look pure, clean and fresh, especially with large jewellery to soften the image. To really grab the attention however, a woman can do no better than to wear a complete outfit in white, for instance, a white crepe tunic and trousers or white trouser suit. In a smaller dose, any white top with black velvet tuxedo trousers will create a strong contrast.
However, snowy white ski jackets on a skiing holiday are not usually recommended. Victoria Beckham has been photographed on the slopes wearing a red jacket and red ski-pants. The general consensus for fashionable ski trousers is that they should be skinny. Jackets for skiing, by their very nature, will inevitably be baggy which will make skinny trousers look slimmer than ever. Fur trims around jacket hoods and cuffs are best avoided because as with an animal’s fur, they can trap icicles.
According to a recent article in the ‘Style’ section of a broad sheet newspaper, the 3-piece suit is returning to grace ladies’ fashions.
Owning a 3-piece suit does not mean having to wear all three pieces together. The waistcoat is versatile and can be worn with effect under a coat without the bulk of a jacket. In the daytime, a waistcoat will look charming with an item of knitwear such as a thin jumper, or a stark white shirt.
A high street 3-piece suit will vary in quality according to the tailoring. For women who do not possess angular, ‘androgynous’ figures it is worth visiting fashion stores that specialize in making jackets and waistcoats for more curvy figures. In this instance, the customer is professionally measured by a trained style adviser. A made-to-measure jacket or waistcoat may need a few adjustments at the final fitting but the shop will then be able to keep those measurements on file to be used at a future date.
We need only to think back to 1971 and the wedding of Mick Jagger, to agree that the white maxi skirt and jacket that Bianca wore, designed by Tommy Nuttall, was a chic outfit in which to be married.