DENIM is our go-to fabric; our fashion friend;
our wardrobe staple; a classic. And it finally took its turn in the
spotlight for the spring/summer 2015 season, gracing every catwalk
from Burberry to Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Chloe, Fendi and
The Denim Jacket
the humble daytime denim jacket uptown and team it with supersized
Wear this season with climbing gladiator sandals and be wary of heels with shorter lengths - stick to summer styles
like espadrilles or pumps.
The Embellish Factor
Hark back to the glory days of jeans with
rips and embellishment. Whatever you wear on top should then, of course,
rips, crumpled, worn-in and loved denim pieces and opt instead for
pressed, crisp and smart variations such as this trouser and jacket
combination. A high heel will further reaffirm that denim doesn't only
have to be for weekends.
It's A Wash Out
White jeans work now, as do lighter washes,
whose threads automatically speak of summer fun and days on the beach.
Denim jacket, shirtdress and smart thinking are the best ways to wear denim, well for me. Do you have any favourites?
I have for you a bit sporty look (with my old hair......) I recently got a hair cut that make me cry for a few days. I'm so unhappy with it. It's a way too short. So you might see me wearing my hair tied back for a while.
Any way. I'm not going to moan about my hair.
I was wearing NIKE runners, ZARA leggins, MANGO sunglasses, blazer and top is from my Mum:-)
SHOPPING for swimwear is no easy feat - everyone's
body is different and everyone's idea of the perfect bikini or suit
is different (are you buying for pool-side lounging only or serious
splashing about in the sea?).
Small busts should take advantage of clever design quirks - such as the
one-shoulder asymmetric style. There are plenty out there, those with
thinner straps too, but this Preen number is a little more
fashion-forward than most. But whatever your shape and whatever
your swim agenda, these are the style rules to follow - be it to
hide or show off your assets; to pack smart; or to top up that
They'll leave less of a tan line with their barely-there string
fasten. Bikini bottoms by
Gap, £29.95 at Gap.com
Being bigger on top means you'll need more support and structure in
general when it comes to your swimwear. This wrap-style suit is ideal,
working much like the famous wrap dress to pull you into shape in all
the right places. Lisa Marie Fernandez, £422 at Matchesfashion.com
Show off your curves in a Fifties silhouette - high-waisted bottoms and a
retro bikini top will fit the bill perfectly. A high-waist will also
help to hide any insecurities you may have with your stomach if you
didn't quite manage to make it to the gym as much as you had hoped
pre-holiday. Bikini by Pistol Panties, £159 at Pistolpanties.co.uk
Flat to small chests will find a friend in the bandeau style of bikini,
which will work to enhance what you haven't already got. Bandeau top by Prism, £106 at Matchesfashion.com
If it's not your bust you're worrying about, it's your derriere. Bikini by The Kooples, £115 at Thekooples.co.uk
Halter styles will enhance a small bust - be that on a swimsuit or
bikini. It's also a shape entirely in-keeping with fashion's current
penchant for the Seventies right now, which makes it an ideal buy.
Swimsuit by Topshop, £36 at Topshop.com
The old faithful triangle style is suited to almost everyone - showing
off both what you do and don't have. Those with larger busts should
probably leave it behind though and opt for something with more support.
Bikini top by Zara, £17.99 at Zara.com
Day to night
There is only limited space in your suitcase after all and though
swimsuits and bikinis are only small, it soon mounts up. So think
laterally and cross-promote your occasions. So pretty is this swimming
costume that you can add a variety of skirts to dress it up for the
evening and no one would be any the wiser that it was in fact
swim-bound. Swimsuit by Zimmermann, £195 at Selfridges.com
Hope this will help in choosing the right bikini for you.
Today I have for you all in black outfit. I'm getting to that stage, that I'm not sure what to wear to fill comfortable with my skin. I really don't like being pregnant and seeing myself bigger than normally makes me... upset.
This time I've decided to use my new top, that my Mum got me:-)
Let me know what do you think. Hope I've hidden my bump:-)
I was wearing ZARA leggins, heels and necklace. Black top is a pressie
Gosh, I didn't even realise that it's been a while.... I was gone a while, but I have to say that I enjoyed my time off. I did a lot of painting, gardening and organising at home. Quite a lot of work, that it's rather not designed for pregnant girls, but...... I cannot seat on my bum.
My Mum brought me some clothes. I got those floral pants that I wanted to show you. They are so nice and really comfy:-)
I was wearing ZARA sweater, necklace and heels, Prada sunglasses.
Hiya All, When my Mum arrives it feels like the wold stops. So much to catch up. Plus there's a chance to do some DIY:-) Either way is so nice to have some help. I'm the happiest bunny ever!!!!! Any way, I disappeared so I want to bring ya my latest outfit. We are so lucky lately. The weather is so nice, that I feel like summer is around the corner:-)
I was wearing MANGO jacket & dress, ZARA heels and PRADA sunglasses. Have a lovely dayEwelinaxoxoxox