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There are certain style tricks I’ve discovered throughout my years as an editor that definitively help me tackle life’s pesky little obsolesces. An incredibly glamourous handbag can elevate your outfit tremendously, while diverting the attention from not being a morning person. A sleek pair of heels is your instant saviour when you feel down, for complete sex appeal. 

And a pair of bold earrings will distract from a potentially bad hair day. This one I use on occasion, when you just don’t feel the need to style your hair. Who really has time? The best solution is a messy natural hair look. Like you just woke up looking fabulous. But mainly because I have fallen in love with bold statement earrings. 
Photo: Chanel Runway 

Since their rise to fame this year, striking earrings of every shape and variety have invaded our eyes. From dynamic danglers seen on the S/S 19 to the structural pieces fashionistas wear on the streets. And they’re no longer reserved for fancy cocktail parties, either. Larger-than-life earrings are perfect for a daytime affair to dress up a pair of classic skinny jeans, tees, and lovely dresses. They even make my V-neck black jumper look chic and striking. 

Interesting Origin

Among people in the turn of the century, there was a considerable rise in popular belief in the therapeutic properties of stones: pearls were believed to remove stress and heart disease, while red coral was used to alleviate pain or heartache and to bring back cheerfulness; topaz cured mental illness and helped in love. In the rooms of high society, earrings became ever more lavish, and by 1700 took on the intricate form of lace or flakes, the so-called “girandole” earring.
Photo: Chanel Editorial 
Diamonds appeared on the scene, adding sparkle to evening events as they were illuminated by candlelight.
In addition, Strass crystals were invented precisely in 1700… and thus, while in the salons of high society the earring was emptied of meaning to become a symbol of mere vanity, among the lower realms of society they still maintained great symbolic and propitiatory value.


Costume jewellery has become a favourite among retro enthusiasts. Since the style was very popular in the early 80’s and 90’s. The classic statement, what is old is new again. Seems to be the popular theme for accessories for 2018. Even if a style seems trendy, bolder costume earrings are becoming an everyday must before heading into town.

A gorgeous pair of logo earrings has the same effect as a lovely pair of shoes. You feel lovely, dressed-up, and ready to face the day (even if you are still wishing it was the weekend). But really, it all depends on your personal preference. Just look at these gorgeous earrings!
Photo: Chanel Vintage Earrings


Would you wear logo earrings? From costume jewellery of Chanel, to the bold logos of YSL. Are designer earrings hot? Or are they over the top?
Photo: Chanel 


Written by Heather Lisa Noire 


Statement Earring Enthesiasts: Bold Logos

There are certain style tricks I’ve discovered throughout my years as an editor that definitively help me tackle life’s pesky little obsolesces. An incredibly glamourous handbag can elevate your outfit tremendously, while diverting the attention from not being a morning person. A sleek pair of heels is your instant saviour when you feel down, for complete sex appeal. 

And a pair of bold earrings will distract from a potentially bad hair day. This one I use on occasion, when you just don’t feel the need to style your hair. Who really has time? The best solution is a messy natural hair look. Like you just woke up looking fabulous. But mainly because I have fallen in love with bold statement earrings. 
Photo: Chanel Runway 

Since their rise to fame this year, striking earrings of every shape and variety have invaded our eyes. From dynamic danglers seen on the S/S 19 to the structural pieces fashionistas wear on the streets. And they’re no longer reserved for fancy cocktail parties, either. Larger-than-life earrings are perfect for a daytime affair to dress up a pair of classic skinny jeans, tees, and lovely dresses. They even make my V-neck black jumper look chic and striking. 

Interesting Origin

Among people in the turn of the century, there was a considerable rise in popular belief in the therapeutic properties of stones: pearls were believed to remove stress and heart disease, while red coral was used to alleviate pain or heartache and to bring back cheerfulness; topaz cured mental illness and helped in love. In the rooms of high society, earrings became ever more lavish, and by 1700 took on the intricate form of lace or flakes, the so-called “girandole” earring.
Photo: Chanel Editorial 
Diamonds appeared on the scene, adding sparkle to evening events as they were illuminated by candlelight.
In addition, Strass crystals were invented precisely in 1700… and thus, while in the salons of high society the earring was emptied of meaning to become a symbol of mere vanity, among the lower realms of society they still maintained great symbolic and propitiatory value.


Costume jewellery has become a favourite among retro enthusiasts. Since the style was very popular in the early 80’s and 90’s. The classic statement, what is old is new again. Seems to be the popular theme for accessories for 2018. Even if a style seems trendy, bolder costume earrings are becoming an everyday must before heading into town.

A gorgeous pair of logo earrings has the same effect as a lovely pair of shoes. You feel lovely, dressed-up, and ready to face the day (even if you are still wishing it was the weekend). But really, it all depends on your personal preference. Just look at these gorgeous earrings!
Photo: Chanel Vintage Earrings


Would you wear logo earrings? From costume jewellery of Chanel, to the bold logos of YSL. Are designer earrings hot? Or are they over the top?
Photo: Chanel 


Written by Heather Lisa Noire 


In this annual sweet issue, let’s celebrate the power of sweets, inspiring bold pastel colours of the season. Whether you are a fan of sweet treats, or not. The most fashionable way to indulge is to get inspired from a delicious piece of cake while having a warm cup of tea. Peggy Porschen made a name for herself in the wedding-cake business, because of her great artistry, particularly her eye for detail and gorgeous sugar decorations. Anyone from around the globe can get a chance to taste Peggy’s cakes in her beautiful café. 

The parlours candy-floss-coloured exterior, large Georgian windows and the warm glow makes it stand out, even by comparison to other cafes in the city. The interior of the café is bold sugar hues, pale furniture and porcelain tableware made to Peggy’s specifications. It is well coordinated and oh so cosy with a relaxing atmosphere. 

The cakes are retro inspired, with nostalgic names such as banoffee, cream caramel. What I tried ranged from the most delectable sweets you will ever encounter. It was like a mega sugar rush and defiantly well worth the sweet treat. The sticky toffee cupcake was so delicious it melts in your mouth, with a burst of addictive flavour! The icing has a nice earthy contrast and the tarte cream cheese was out of this world. The moist texture of these desserts would drive you to order more for an important event. 


It isn’t just wedding’s that Peggy is famous for. This charming café has some delectable treats for anyone to indulge in. The chocolate truffle cake is the best in town and her gourmet cookies are another story. If you are shopping for a special occasion, this café has wonderful personal gifts that will make anyone in your life smile. 


Peggy’s tea blends, are inspired by her cakes, and are special in their own right; the fruit jellies taste like a sweet liquid cookie, warming you up on a cool refreshing day. The pretty dressed up staff are a delight and so knowledgeable. I can’t recommend this place enough. If you haven’t been here before, you really need to check this place out and pick up something sweet for later. 


When looking at these unique cakes and desserts, the pastel colours are so inspiring in a fashionable way for May. Can a dessert truly make you desire bold colours in your outfit for the season? I think so, and make you stand out above the crowd. 


Purple is the colour of loyalty, constancy to purpose, it is also the tone of dignity and self-respect and signifies bipartisanship. Not only that, but it was one of the three colours adopted by the suffragettes. Check out these designer accessories for less. 



You can introduce different shades of purple into your wardrobe to bring out a pop of colour. Try out violet, lavender, and blue violet purple. They are universally flattering and the perfect tone for summer. If a purple dress is to scary, try coordinated pieces this way you get a taste without feeling overwhelmed. 


According to social norms, the colour pink is unapologetic feminine, and represents compassion and love. This tone is so soft with an ease, that it becomes a more neutral colour. 


You can match pastel pink with just about anything you own. Try mixing pink and purple together, to get that picture-perfect outfit. 


Or be daring and try an all pink look. It can come off classy and really stand out in a lovely way. 


I love how when you look at a sweet treat it can inspire hot fashion for this season. Below are outfit ideas with some colourful options. 




What do you think of bold colours for summer? 


How Sweet Desserts Inspire Colours Of The Season

In this annual sweet issue, let’s celebrate the power of sweets, inspiring bold pastel colours of the season. Whether you are a fan of sweet treats, or not. The most fashionable way to indulge is to get inspired from a delicious piece of cake while having a warm cup of tea. Peggy Porschen made a name for herself in the wedding-cake business, because of her great artistry, particularly her eye for detail and gorgeous sugar decorations. Anyone from around the globe can get a chance to taste Peggy’s cakes in her beautiful café. 

The parlours candy-floss-coloured exterior, large Georgian windows and the warm glow makes it stand out, even by comparison to other cafes in the city. The interior of the café is bold sugar hues, pale furniture and porcelain tableware made to Peggy’s specifications. It is well coordinated and oh so cosy with a relaxing atmosphere. 

The cakes are retro inspired, with nostalgic names such as banoffee, cream caramel. What I tried ranged from the most delectable sweets you will ever encounter. It was like a mega sugar rush and defiantly well worth the sweet treat. The sticky toffee cupcake was so delicious it melts in your mouth, with a burst of addictive flavour! The icing has a nice earthy contrast and the tarte cream cheese was out of this world. The moist texture of these desserts would drive you to order more for an important event. 


It isn’t just wedding’s that Peggy is famous for. This charming café has some delectable treats for anyone to indulge in. The chocolate truffle cake is the best in town and her gourmet cookies are another story. If you are shopping for a special occasion, this café has wonderful personal gifts that will make anyone in your life smile. 


Peggy’s tea blends, are inspired by her cakes, and are special in their own right; the fruit jellies taste like a sweet liquid cookie, warming you up on a cool refreshing day. The pretty dressed up staff are a delight and so knowledgeable. I can’t recommend this place enough. If you haven’t been here before, you really need to check this place out and pick up something sweet for later. 


When looking at these unique cakes and desserts, the pastel colours are so inspiring in a fashionable way for May. Can a dessert truly make you desire bold colours in your outfit for the season? I think so, and make you stand out above the crowd. 


Purple is the colour of loyalty, constancy to purpose, it is also the tone of dignity and self-respect and signifies bipartisanship. Not only that, but it was one of the three colours adopted by the suffragettes. Check out these designer accessories for less. 



You can introduce different shades of purple into your wardrobe to bring out a pop of colour. Try out violet, lavender, and blue violet purple. They are universally flattering and the perfect tone for summer. If a purple dress is to scary, try coordinated pieces this way you get a taste without feeling overwhelmed. 


According to social norms, the colour pink is unapologetic feminine, and represents compassion and love. This tone is so soft with an ease, that it becomes a more neutral colour. 


You can match pastel pink with just about anything you own. Try mixing pink and purple together, to get that picture-perfect outfit. 


Or be daring and try an all pink look. It can come off classy and really stand out in a lovely way. 


I love how when you look at a sweet treat it can inspire hot fashion for this season. Below are outfit ideas with some colourful options. 




What do you think of bold colours for summer? 


When it comes to tradition, May signifies wedding season. It is when people are searching for something old, something new, and I think something blue if I am not mistaken? As exciting as the preparations might be on your ‘special day,’ it is the right dress that seems to send brides to be into whack jobs. If you admire tradition then go ahead and be boring because for 2018! It is all about ditching that white dress so out-while a white suit is so in.

Apparently, if someone wears a leather jacket over a dress at their wedding it causes shock waves. I don’t get why people act so silly oh my god did you see that? Are you literally living under a rock people? I think overacting seems to be a trend so let’s cut to the chase. You don’t have to be getting married to rock a white suit you can just show up looking fabulous.

Origin of the Colour


White represents purity, innocence, wholeness, and completion. The colour at its most complete and pure is the colour of perfection. The psychological meaning of white is new beginnings, of wiping the slate clean, so to speak. It is the blank canvas waiting to be written upon with your words of wisdom. While white may not be stimulating to the senses, it opens the way for the creation of anything the mind can conceive.



White contains an equal balance of all the colours of the spectrum, representing both the positive and negative aspects of all colours. Its basic feature is equality, implying fairness and impartially, neutrality and independence. The colour itself gives off a feeling of brand new and brilliance which can implicate a positive emotion.


Women’s suits   

  In the first half of the 20th century, the skirted suit became the common daytime city costume for women, in the workplace and out; dressmaker suits featured softer fabrics and feminine details, and cocktail suits were worn for semi-formal occasion in mid-century.

Under the influence for Dress for Success, working women’s uniform of a skirted suit, tailored skirt, and floppy tie evolved in the 1970s and 1980s. Pantsuits were introduced by designer Andre’ Courreges in 1964 but were gradually accepted as formal business attire.


In the modern century, the suit for women has become a dressy version of the power suit. And has the ultimate versatile styling all rolled into the right style to showcase at your next meeting, or dinner party. 30 percent off accessories, to go with that gorgeous white suit.

        Power Suit



To really elevate your work wardrobe, add a white power suit to the mix. It defiantly doesn’t have to be basic when it comes to a fresh tone. By sticking with a tailored look, it can come off truly polished and well put together. Adding a few colourful accessories can contrast perfectly with the white crisp suit. You will look like the hot boss lady you were always meant to be. 

         After Work Hours


When the hours are done and evening hits your face like a beautifully lit lamp post on a gorgeous city street. All you desire is to get crazy with your girls and have that much-needed drink and gossip about Cindy from accounting who couldn’t stop eating those pastries earlier. Did you see her when she talked? I felt like I got crumbs sprayed all over my face when she spoke. Slip out of those sensible shoes from the office and into the clicking heels and sparkly clutch for the best night on the town ever!  

        Contrasting Print


If you are that cool girl that strays from tradition and really enjoys mixing things up a bit, then you will gravitate to this look. Instead of a plain white suit, try contrasting prints. It gives off a I just woke up like this relaxed feel while still being crowd pleasing. Less is more, so don’t overdue the accessories. Let the beautiful print speak for itself. 

         Stop Traffic

While it is warming up a bit in some areas of the country. You can still show off your impeccable style. Try a cigarette ankle trouser paired with a white retro styled blazer and a midriff crop white blouse for some daytime sex appeal. By pairing this look with nude heels, you can rock Fashion Week, or just look dam good shopping. You only live, once right? Why not go out looking stunning and stop traffic.

             Not The Typical Bride


If you are not the typical bride, then this style of suit is made for you. Instead of searching for that perfect gown to showcase at your wedding try a cream suit. It is not completely white but still a show stopping shade to say the least especially, for this amazing time of year. Go for some detailed finishes like a Victorian look meets Parisian delight. You can be that celebrity on the red carpet at your own wedding for sure.  

Considering this for your next weeding? Whether you are the bride to be or just going to support another bride, this style can be super chic if you work it right. Replace tradition with a fashion forward white suit.

What do you think about white suits?

Written by Heather Lisa Noire

Wedding Season: White Dress So Out- White Suit So In

When it comes to tradition, May signifies wedding season. It is when people are searching for something old, something new, and I think something blue if I am not mistaken? As exciting as the preparations might be on your ‘special day,’ it is the right dress that seems to send brides to be into whack jobs. If you admire tradition then go ahead and be boring because for 2018! It is all about ditching that white dress so out-while a white suit is so in.

Apparently, if someone wears a leather jacket over a dress at their wedding it causes shock waves. I don’t get why people act so silly oh my god did you see that? Are you literally living under a rock people? I think overacting seems to be a trend so let’s cut to the chase. You don’t have to be getting married to rock a white suit you can just show up looking fabulous.

Origin of the Colour


White represents purity, innocence, wholeness, and completion. The colour at its most complete and pure is the colour of perfection. The psychological meaning of white is new beginnings, of wiping the slate clean, so to speak. It is the blank canvas waiting to be written upon with your words of wisdom. While white may not be stimulating to the senses, it opens the way for the creation of anything the mind can conceive.



White contains an equal balance of all the colours of the spectrum, representing both the positive and negative aspects of all colours. Its basic feature is equality, implying fairness and impartially, neutrality and independence. The colour itself gives off a feeling of brand new and brilliance which can implicate a positive emotion.


Women’s suits   

  In the first half of the 20th century, the skirted suit became the common daytime city costume for women, in the workplace and out; dressmaker suits featured softer fabrics and feminine details, and cocktail suits were worn for semi-formal occasion in mid-century.

Under the influence for Dress for Success, working women’s uniform of a skirted suit, tailored skirt, and floppy tie evolved in the 1970s and 1980s. Pantsuits were introduced by designer Andre’ Courreges in 1964 but were gradually accepted as formal business attire.


In the modern century, the suit for women has become a dressy version of the power suit. And has the ultimate versatile styling all rolled into the right style to showcase at your next meeting, or dinner party. 30 percent off accessories, to go with that gorgeous white suit.

        Power Suit



To really elevate your work wardrobe, add a white power suit to the mix. It defiantly doesn’t have to be basic when it comes to a fresh tone. By sticking with a tailored look, it can come off truly polished and well put together. Adding a few colourful accessories can contrast perfectly with the white crisp suit. You will look like the hot boss lady you were always meant to be. 

         After Work Hours


When the hours are done and evening hits your face like a beautifully lit lamp post on a gorgeous city street. All you desire is to get crazy with your girls and have that much-needed drink and gossip about Cindy from accounting who couldn’t stop eating those pastries earlier. Did you see her when she talked? I felt like I got crumbs sprayed all over my face when she spoke. Slip out of those sensible shoes from the office and into the clicking heels and sparkly clutch for the best night on the town ever!  

        Contrasting Print


If you are that cool girl that strays from tradition and really enjoys mixing things up a bit, then you will gravitate to this look. Instead of a plain white suit, try contrasting prints. It gives off a I just woke up like this relaxed feel while still being crowd pleasing. Less is more, so don’t overdue the accessories. Let the beautiful print speak for itself. 

         Stop Traffic

While it is warming up a bit in some areas of the country. You can still show off your impeccable style. Try a cigarette ankle trouser paired with a white retro styled blazer and a midriff crop white blouse for some daytime sex appeal. By pairing this look with nude heels, you can rock Fashion Week, or just look dam good shopping. You only live, once right? Why not go out looking stunning and stop traffic.

             Not The Typical Bride


If you are not the typical bride, then this style of suit is made for you. Instead of searching for that perfect gown to showcase at your wedding try a cream suit. It is not completely white but still a show stopping shade to say the least especially, for this amazing time of year. Go for some detailed finishes like a Victorian look meets Parisian delight. You can be that celebrity on the red carpet at your own wedding for sure.  

Considering this for your next weeding? Whether you are the bride to be or just going to support another bride, this style can be super chic if you work it right. Replace tradition with a fashion forward white suit.

What do you think about white suits?

Written by Heather Lisa Noire

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