Nothing says summer like fresh white denim! So refresh your supply of
crisp warm-weather options with our favourite styling ideas...
Spring is in the air, which means it's time to trade in your winter wardrobe for something shiny (yes, shiny) and new!
Metallic tones are typical from the glam, futurist and rock & roll aesthetics, and modern fashionistas
normally wear them. However, silver and gold colours are today for everyone
(as long as you know how to wear them).
The first thing you need to know is that this colour is no longer set aside for night or party outfits, but there
are hundreds of metallic fashion items that can be worn in your daily looks. Our advice to rock your
day-a-day outfits in metallic colours is to mix them with neutral coloured items, so you lower the dressed-up touch of the look.
If you want to join the trend by just adding a discrete but glamorous and trendy touch, you should combine your outfit with a metallic accessory.
The oversized jean jacket is making a triumphant return to the closets of today's street style elite.
Sure, our leather jackets had a good run, but our new favourite piece was made for cruising
into the warmer months and throwing over slip dresses and swimsuits all summer long.
The oversized, lightweight layer offers a fresh spin on an old classic, and it can be paired
with almost anything, making it a true must-have piece.
Planning our outfits can feel like the most stressful part of the season, especially when it seems like we need a
sparkling look for just about every weekend until the New Year begins. Whether you're going to a friend's house or the
hottest club in town, get ready to party with our fun, flirty styles!
One of the most head-turning look is the body-hugging dress with lurex insert and
transparent sleeve details. Perfect for a night out with friends or a Christmas dinner!
We love all that glitters! Our holiday fave for instant glamour, is the sequin top
combined with a silky sequin bomber with shimmering back embellishment.
If you like a little drama, go for the backless draped dress with long sleeves. The uniqueness
of the design is only fully visible form behind, but you know, it's all about the details...
We especially love the uni-coloured styles in icy shades of white and grey – an on-trend look
that will take you through the cold winter months. They look great with skinny jeans if you go for a longer style as this
will balance out your silhouette and a cozy scarf adds a stylish extra layer.
Our tip: chunky silhouettes love some feminine silky fabric as a contrast! So try the
combination of a delicate (lacy) slip top and a knitted coatigan. Or you go for an oversized version with a slim belt,
a style move that is enormously slimming!
Just what does one wear underneath?
And at what time of the year is it most usable?
We have gathered the best streetstyles to give you an answer to all
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Vibrant hues can add contrast to these athletic pants, which are usually dull in color. For example, a red-and-white
colour combination feels fresh and bold, while a bright yellow hue guarantees sunny thoughts also during the dark winter months.
Although side stripe pants are reminiscent of the athleisure fashion trend, they can be worn to the office as well.
In fact, it can be a great alternative to your boring trousers or pencil-cut skirt. Wear it with a button-down top or
a ‘formal top’ and - of course - the best shoe for a formal look is a sexy pair of heels.
Side stripe pants are on the casual end of the fashion spectrum because of its athletic look.
A lace top can add a bit of sophistication to your otherwise sporty trousers and a playful handbag
and that certain something to your look.
A head-to-toe black outfit with white side stripes on the black skinny trousers take your athleisure look
to the next level. An oversized navy sweater teamed with white side stripes is the perfect choice for casual days.