Thursday, July 28, 2011
As much as I hate to admit it... I can't wear stilettos anymore. As soon as I stand up in 'em the side muscles in my leg start to hurting. And don't let me try and walk in 'em. I swear I'm that bowlegged chick in the club that didn't test out those pretty 4 1/2 inch heels before she bought them... Just leaning to the left and right with it. But I can say, I was inspired by the thick chick I saw today with the silver wedged sandals. It made me remember, you gotta work with what you got til you get yourself where you want to be. And thats the beautiful part of it.
A new trend I checked into last year was the triangular heel. It is very classy and provides morestability than stilettos. And that is important. Because when you rocking large hips from the left to the right, its easy to get carried away with the momentum... easy!!! I love these shoes!! I wish I could have a designer to make a few dozen to give my outfits a new kick.
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Have you ever heard the statement, "The versatility of a woman's wardrobe depends on the number of camisole's she has in her closet"? Probably not. But what you may not realize is the power of the camisole in your wardrobe. This is a fashion MUST HAVE!
Camisoles are everywhere. Department stores advertise them 2 for $6, $10, or $15. Most women buy one top in a few different colors.
They are usually simple single color tops with little or no detail. And they are made with fabrics suited for any occasion.
How To Wear A Cami
The most popular way to wear a cami is usually with a two piece set like a jumpsuit, pant suit, business suit, or any other piece that
involves a matching top and bottom. Another way to wear a cami is with articles of clothing that exposes more bust than you've bargained for. Some V-neck tops are cami friendly. One of my favorite ways to wear the cami is with a simple pair of pants and a blazer that has a really great personality. The cami serves as a simple accent while allowing the blazer to really show some pizazz!!
The greatest thing about camisoles are that you can mix and
match them to other pieces in your wardrobe to make a fresh new look. They are simple accents, but they are a basic staple that every woman needs to complete her outfit.