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16 July 2017

A Sun-Kissed Guide To Summer Style

Call it the La La Land effect, blame it on the curiosity of introducing a pop of colour when summer rolls around. Whatever the reason, the yellow dress is the sought after talking-point piece of 2017. As seen on Emma Stone in La La Land; Emma Watson in Beauty and The Beast, on the Chloe catwalk and on the red carpet at star studded events. Who knew we all need a ray of sunshine in our wardrobes to make our lives complete. When it comes to a date night ensemble, instead of picking up the little black dress. Try working in yellow for an added glamorous effect.
Photography: Getty Images
  Of course, it’s not a very safe-friendly look-yellow is, after all, the colour of the jersey at the front of The Tour de France, worn by the leader so it’s easy for the rest of the cyclists to spot them. It’s the colour of daffodils, highlighters, and is basically, a colour that is meant to be seen. How could you wear it, then, without looking like a security guard? The shade is key. Emma Stone’s tea dress is towards the ochre end of yellow. This worked at Chloe too, bringing bite to the frilly mini-dress.
Vera Wang at The Oscars. Photography: Getty Images
Way back in 2006, the saffron-coloured Vera Wang gown Michelle Williams wore to the Oscars worked perfectly with her colouring. Now, in 2017, the rest of us are realising that a yellow dress is a no-brainer for offering all the wow-factor with none of the hectic effort. For all things sunny and bright, get ready for a sizzling date night. Forget about the stress of not having anything to wear. By pairing a sunflower toned dress, you will impress your date he will call for a second, third, and even forth!
Photography: Josephine Rodermans for Elite Traveler
This colour is universally flattering on everyone. This tone is one of those colours that intimidates people to the core. It’s bright as can be and can feel challenging to pull off. Likely the last shade anyone with an attraction to neutrals would reach for, it’s also often overlooked by colour fanatics who instead reach for safer bolds like cobalt or red. The reality, however, is that yellow has the potential to look incredible on everyone-it happens to be a major trend for summer. Pulling it off is a matter of selecting the right shade for your complexion. Wherever you fall on the spectrum, this edit of yellow pieces ahead if filled with date night styles guaranteed to look amazing on you. Check out the new go-to dresses, oh hello, yellow!
Colour blocking-Adding other bolder hues, brings out your sexy side.
 Try cobalt blue for another level look. Photography: WhoWhatWearUK
Summer Vibes- For a more summer in the city feel, add some playful accessories to your flowing number.
Photography: Getty Images.
Fabric- A gold satin wrap maxi dress is flirty, feminine, that naturally flows. Add golden gladiator boots for new heights.
Photography: Pretty Little Thing 
Make it shorter- Take the bold yellow dress and make it shorter, add a playful bag. This short silky dress looks amazing with an added fun flower clutch. Play around with your accessories and get creative.
Photography: Vogue  
Much Longer- For added elegance, go for a much longer yellow dress. Don't forget to add a bold pair of earrings, or a beautiful red lip.
Photography: Getty Images

How do you wear this gorgeous date-night shade?

Written by Heather Lisa Noire   
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4 July 2017

Today's Fashion Forecast: Pencil Skirts

In the new issue of Bauchle Fashion, I’m recalling my love affair with old Hollywood. The mysterious events occurring, with equally iconic legends hitting the screen to bring such magic to our eyes. During a time period when fashion was affected by television and influential figures. The new skirt was structured around and worn by the celebrity elite such as, Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly and many more. In the 1950s the pencil skirt was most popular since it hugged the body just right to resemble a pencil. To this day, the pencil is slim-fitting with a straight, narrow cut. Generally, the hem falls to, or is just below the knee and it tailored for a close fit. It is one of the most versatile items to own in your wardrobe.

For those who don’t know, the first pencil skirt to be constructed was designed by Christian Dior as part of his H-Line collection in 1954. Dior had spent the previous three years moving away from his “New Look” which had dictated fashion from 1947 until 1950, with its tight waist and full skirts.

In homage to the skirt, fashion celebrates the iconic piece for decades to come. This new season, brings an assemble of new textures, prints, and fabrics. Only one item stands out in the best way possible. The legendry pencil skirt is the new classic sexy with elegance attached. Isn’t it fantastic when you find an item you can wear at the office and then dress up for a night out on the town?
Photography: Olivia Monikar 

This silhouette is one that surpasses time and trend, and I’m here to prove that to you with the timeless pencil skirt outfits ahead. Thanks to their simplistic lines and typically chic hemlines, these skirts are not confined by age, nor are they confined to personal style.

No matter what look you prefer to rock on a typical day or night wear. One thing is for certain, a pencil skirt is defiantly something to invest in. You can wear this item in so many fresh ways to fit perfectly into your own personal style.
Photography: Olivia Monikar

Take a look below to see the pencil skirt outfits you should be trying, and to shop similar looks!

Photography: Olivia Monikar
Photography: Olivia Monikar

Photography: Olivia Monikar
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How do you style the pencil?

Written by Heather Lisa Noire

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