25 January 2017

Lingerie with benifits

As we’re in full relaxed mode, is it any surprise we’re keen to find clothes that closely resemble our beloved night wear? Luckily sophisticated, long-line silhouettes are the sweetest proposition for a romance-fuelled escape to the unknown. The navigation on the road is looking clear and soft as silk, with lingerie with benefits having a moment. There’s nothing quite like a slinky 90’s inspired style, frock that packs both classic zest and sensual appeal to spark a romantic getaway.

With the likes of celebrities, street style stars, and anyone brave enough to flaunt something different, it seems the clothes we wear to bed are starting to come out of the bedroom and make their way to the daylight street scene. Sure, these sexy pieces will spice up any night but-surprise-they can also be worn during the day for an added cool factor.    

Seriously comfy and always chic, this hot trend can strike fear into the hearts of even the most dedicated fashion fanatic. Why? It all comes down to the just-woke-up-like-this factor, which goes without saying can be effortless or become your enemy. The key to rocking this look is to artfully dress the relaxed style up with tailored pieces, trousers, tops, blouses, and dresses, a slinky set of pumps and perfectly polished hair with minimal makeup.


So how do you go about doing this? Did you know that everyday staples can be so much more than basic with these simple styling tricks? Try them for yourself, and watch your wardrobe multiply before your eyes. It really is fashion magic!
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9 resolutions every girl should make

At the beginning of every year we get to a point where we sum up all of our choices-both good and bad; things we’ve done and those we’ve always wanted to do, but never got around to do them. We think of people we’ve loved or failed to love (enough), the choices we’ve made at work, etc. Hoping they’ll be both a lesson and reminder of the way we’ve lived, and a nudge into a direction we’ll find way better, healthier and happier.

A part of our resolutions has much to do with our physical and mental health, as well as with the way we let the world perceive us through what we wear and the way we behave.

Unfortunately, not always do our resolutions come true simply because most “changes” are borderline unrealistic expectations, things that sound good in our imagination but don’t have a base in reality. Or, even if they do, they are not something that can be started “from tomorrow” but demand a lot of hard work and commitment prior. This is where the disappointment hits and people lose their initial self-encouragement. Hey, no need to let things happen that way. You can have your cake and eat it too with just a bit of a healthier approach-be realistic about what you can achieve and go from there.
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