Hi everyone! Thanks so much for stopping by. I thought I’d do a quick post on the hair n’ makeup that I wear to work, or would wear to an interview. I tend to keep it simple, but it is important to look polished!
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What does this extremism mean, and why is it taking place over a magazine cover?
Hi everyone! Thanks so much for stopping by! Given that I’ve done a whole series on jumpsuits, I thought I would show you how I styled mine. I’m rather short, so trust me when I say that I have to be careful!
Style Note: My jumpsuit is by a French designer called René Derhy. I went for black and white to keep things classic, but infused playfulness with the print. René has been around since the 70s – so there is a carefree, bohemian but undeniably European spirit in her clothes. The pinstripes draw the eye up and down, creating the illusion of height! The fitted top keeps things feminine, while the palazzo pants hide problem areas 😉
Accessories: I honoured the French theme with faux pearl necklace (Lovisa, on sale for $5; similar here) and a cocktail ring (vintage – see below). I wore red flats for an effortless look, but I equally recommend red heels 😉
Hi everyone – thanks so much for stopping by! This is a follow up post from my jumpsuit series. It can be tricky to wear prints because they can easily look overwhelming. This post addresses which prints you can you choose, and what you should look out for. I’ve broken it down into price points again, to cover a wide range of prints. I hope you enjoy it! Please let me know your thoughts in the comments 😉
1. If you’re new to printed jumpsuits, start with a muted neutral like navy. Pair with your favourite gold or silver accessories. See more at NewLook ($42).
2. Add in a dash of colour to a neutral base for striking effects! (Akira jumpsuit, $35.90).
3. Pair bright prints with a structured silhouette. Accessorise with neutrals such as black or gunmetal to balance the print and create a polished look: Desire Clothing ($45.78).
4. Go for abstract paisley to freshen up an old classic: Charlotte Russe ($28.99). This would look great with red accessories.
5. Break up prints with block colours! Even a black panel adds interest to a neutral piece like this NewLook jumpsuit ($42). Follow the symmetry with a black belt, or do some colour blocking with bright accessories and makeup.
Thanks so much for stopping by and welcome to the last part of this five part guide! If you haven’t read Part 1, 2, 3 or 4, head on over because I have some great style tips and suggestions for jumpsuits under $50 , $100, $250 and $500 that you’ll love. I have some awesome jumpsuits for you to enjoy in this last part, so let’s get started.
Part 5: Jaw-dropping jumpsuits over $1000
All these jumpsuits are made with great craftsmanship, skill and quality. Since we’ve covered so many tips over the last few parts of the series, let’s just take a moment to enjoy the rich drapes, the blush pleats, the opulent lace and the vibrate colour-blocking. From left to right: 1. Vionnet ($1530); 2. Lanvin ($3310); 3. Elie Saab ($2849); 4. Valentino ($1856) and Roksanda Ilincic ($1883).
Thanks so much for stopping by and welcome to Part 4 of this guide! If you haven’t read Part 1, 2 or 3, head on over because I have some great style tips and suggestions for jumpsuits under $50 , $100 and $250 that you’ll love. I have much more to cover in Part 4, so let’s get started.
Part 4: Jaw-dropping jumpsuits under $500
1. Wear ochre and saharan, earthy hues to turn the heat up. Pair with gold or emerald accessories to look utterly exotic: Michael Kors ($258.51).
2. Play with propriety by mixing collars and dominatrix-inspired black bands. This Camilla and Marc ($314) jumpsuit is a favourite because it’s full of contradictions.
3. It’s a wrap! With added embellishments, this silhouette is so intriguing. This style masterfully hides a tummy bump: Forever Unique ($405.43).
Thanks so much for stopping by and welcome to Part 3 of this guide! If you haven’t read Part 1 or Part 2, head on over because I have some great style tips and suggestions for jumpsuits under $50 and under $100 that you’ll love. I have much more to cover in Part 3, so let’s get started.
Part 3: Jaw-dropping jumpsuits under $250
1. Hot ombre! This Young, Fabulous and Broke ($250) jumpsuit is amazing. Wear this on your next resort holiday. It’ll make your legs look miles long plus it’s comfy. Ah!
2. Full-sleeved lace with a strapless bustier call forth your inner siren. For cocktails, wear this Lipsy jumpsuit ($147) with smokey eyes, a nude lip and a touch of sparkle!
3. Speaking of sparkle, this French Connection gem ($190) is spectacular. The black tames it, while peplum hides any tummy bumps to really accentuate your curves. Keep accessories minimal to none and go own that dance floor 😉
4. Few can do luxe jersey like Ralph Lauren – with its exceptional cuts and quality, this jumpsuit is a versatile investment piece ($220). You can easily wear it to work with a white shirt underneath, as you can wear it on its own.