You need to rush for a party; you have no clue what to wear. Infact most of us don’t know the difference and how they should dress depending upon the occasion. You cannot wear the same attire for an office party what you wear for a club. Check out one, two, three below…
One -Cocktail party: should be all about glamour, shimmer, sparkle all around. You have a bling bling sequence dress; it’s time to wear it now. Even leather will do well, for this party. Club with a plain clutch bag and heels in contrast colours.
Two -House party: these parties are tricky, very tough to decide whether to dress up or go casual….so be safe dress up with something comfortable, bling it with shoes or bag. Flats will be a better option here. Dress up simple and stylish. The designer Shantanu and Nikhil has a lot in his collection for such parties.
Three -Office party: I would advice to be dressed up with smart formals. Bold colour dresses with belts and heels or may be high waist trousers with a cute top. Satin fabric dresses do quite well here. Don’t overdo with accessories. Studs will be enough with a clutch bag.
Romantic Silhouettes: Ladylike details. Show the love with your clothes! Perfect for Spring, this vibrantly printed blouse creates a feminine shape with a nipped-in wrap waist that ties on the side. The double ruffle V-neckline and armholes add a soft touch to an already adorable sleeveless women’s top.
Retro Inspired Fashions: Amp up your style repertoire with retro inspired women’s fashions.
Tribal Prints: Think ethnic-patterned tunics and hippy inspired maxis; fitted knits and hardware details. Not just this real mix of patterns on dresses, tops and skirts. Designers are using a range of eccentric prints on the runway this season.
Leather: Not just for winter anymore! Leather blazers, leather shorts, and leather skirts in soft colors. Pick pieces that are breezy. No matter what you wear there is no match for beautiful leather clothing.
Using 2 or 3 colors on the same piece. Colour block fashion is one of the hottest new trends for the season. It combines the use of two or more blocks of colour in an ensemble. This could be for a top, bottom, tunic, a dress and even a handbag or shoes. Simply it means – creating an outfit by putting areas or blocks of solid color next to each other. It can include monotone, bright colours, muted colors, contrasting and complimentary colors.
“For Payless, New York Fashion Week is all about runway-to-reality and delivering high fashion at an incredible price for a range of consumers. Lela and Christian create rich-looking, special pieces inspired by their creativity from the runway, and we are thrilled to be able to make these designers’ unique fashions available and accessible for shoppers.
The Lela Rose Spring ’12 collection is inspired by the neon sign graveyards of Vegas – once so garish and colorful, now with burned-out bulbs and weathered hues – and the amusement park vibe of Coney Island with its electric and playful spirit.
The Lela Rose for Payless Spring ’12 runway collection oozes with Rose’s inspiration and features both vibrant and bleached colors, graphic shapes and resin studding on wood-stacked wedge soles – a nod to burned-out neon bulbs.
Iconic of Lela Rose designs and her strong use of signature fabrics, shoe styles for the runway feature Lela’s Spring ’12 materials including the “carousel” cotton print, “bulb-dot” silk and “checked jacquard” used in the ready-to-wear apparel collection.
In keeping with high-low fashion, Payless is also providing shoes from its current collection to New York-based designer TollaCole for her presentation debut at New York Fashion Week. In a presentation at local SoHo art gallery — Waterhouse and Dodd — TollaCole’s evening gowns will be paired with Payless footwear including the uber-stylish Komet platform pumps — at just $35a pair — from Payless’ new Brash collection.
Prasad Bidapa , a well known fashion designer from kodagu has specialized in training models for the Miss India beauty pageants.
- The country’s Fashion guru, Prasad Bidapa, is a man who wears many hats. He is a choreographer, stylist, fashion journalist and entrepreneur, a socialite but above all he is considered to be the man with the magic touch when choosing the next Top Model who will rule the Indian and Global runways.
- He has carved a niche for himself in the Indian fashion scenario, which makes him such a “sought after” personality in the fashion industry.
- His projects like the India Men’d s Fashion Fair in Bengaluru held in 2008 and the Kingfisher Fashion Awards 2002. He presents some of the largest fashion events in India and his training programme for models is legendary for having created some of the biggest names in fashion and film, like Lara Dutta, Dino Morea, Anushka Sharma, to name a few.
- He is married to Judith Bidapa who was an actress before marriage. Judy is her pet name and she is a avid horse rider and owes horses at the beautiful Embassy International Riding School on the outskirts of Bengaluru, as well as several racehorses.
Alas, Celina blurted out, “I must confess that I have a real huge fetish for shoes. Even though I have over 1500 pairs yet I crave for more and more. There have been times when I have left home to buy medicines and have ended up buying shoes!!!”
Clementine Ralph, aged 16, from Gloucestershire, was enrolled by George at Asda as an intellect of fashion’s next generation.
The George team, from George House, Lutterworth, invited Clementine and three other teenage stylists help them in designing a new collection for ‘Love 2 left, the tween girl market.
George’s discover four young budding fashionistas was nationwide with the support of SugarScape during July. This program has boosted young masses. This hunt appeared across the George at Asda social media outlets which added Facebook which drew hundreds of girls worldwide who were ardent to become a ‘George Style Scout’
Clementine after swaying judges with her evident ardor for fashion, her expertise on catwalk trends and designers along with creative visions for the teen fashion genre became an element of the George ‘Fash pack’,
Being a Style Scouts competition winner, fortuitous Clementine flukes consult the new Christmas collection, which is aimed at girls aged between 9-16, and star in a professional photo shoot to model the first
Clementine said: “I’ve loved being a George Style Scout, working on the new Love 2 Laugh range with the George design team. I’ve learnt a lot about how a new collection is created, and I can’t wait show my friends the range and wear my favourite items out and about knowing I’ve helped create them.”
In Nina Garcia’s book, “Look Book: What to Wear for Every Occasion”, which is out in stores now, Marie Claire‘s fashion director outlines what to wear to every imaginable occasion. Here are some of the rules to live by and more specifically dress by!
Always prepare for the unexpected.
Since you are always in the eye of the public, you have to pay close attention to what you wear. Every woman needs to stay on her toes in this era of cell-phone cameras and Facebook. Whenever you are in doubt about how you look for an errand run, ask yourself, if someone takes a photo of me, will I be OK with it hitting the Internet? If the answer is no, then redo your look.
When dressing for dramatic effect, do something surprising.
Don’t be afraid to mix things up by pairing a military-style jacket with a velvet skirt, vintage with modern, off-the-rack with couture, formal with casual. If you wear all black, add striking color with shoes or a bib necklace. Try to create an unusual silhouette with high-waisted, narrow trousers and a blousy top, or loose trousers with a fitted top and a bolero. As always, work with your figure; draping, pleats, and proportion can work miracles when it comes to hiding flaws and enhancing assets.
Style is like a muscle: You have to exercise it regularly or you’ll lose it.
Working from home or going on maternity leave is no excuse to let go of your look. The more you schlep around in drawstring pants and tees, the less you’re going to be able to pull yourself together when necessary. Likewise, the more you walk out of the house feeling like a million bucks, the more you are going to want to get out and make an impression. Think about dressing up, even for days spent around the house.
Pippa Middleton the sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate (Catherine) Middleton. She is known for her fashion style and class. Since the days of the Royal Wedding, we have seen Pippa rock the somber look to the party chick and everything in between.Paparazzi follow her around like they can’t have enough of her, so she is on her best fashion sense and always leaves the house looking like she stepped out of a photo shoot. But what’s not to love, Pippa shows us that just designer wear garments are not a must have and you can shop anywhere from the high street and look like a million bucks.
The products and style she sports now has become international news and many viewers are seen wanting to know what she is wearing. Plus she was known for her physical assets during the Royal Wedding which made her known to the public. Way to go Pippa, you know how to Rock it!
Some of the brand she was spotted wearing were French Connection, Zara, Temperly, Fay, and many of her accessories were spotted in Modalu, L.K Bennett, Knomo, Ri2k, Gucci, Tory Burch brands.
Pippa’s sense of style is called Chic, Classy and Sophisticated. Her look is something that can be transformed from day to night at anytime which gives us that watching and waiting to see what she will do next.