Layering is one of the hottest winter trends, introducing to us its chicest version combined with statement urban street-styled pieces for this season. Looking effortless cool is the new way to dress-up. Here are all the layering secrets you need to know so as to take your look to a whole new level.
How to Build your Dream Closet from Zero
Sometimes even though you've rebuilt your old wardrobe all over again, it just doesn't feel like much of a change, right? The answer is simple, it's all because you press "continue" instead of "new game."Read More
How to express your inner self through fashion
"Fashion has to reflect who you are, what you feel at the moment, where you're going."Pharell Williams
I truly believe that style comes from within, that it has depth, that it shows character. Even if you own the dreamiest closet of them all, it's meaningless unless you have the power to bring it into life. Without a personality you won't be able to stand out. You will be just another "hanger" for your clothes.Read More
How to find your personal style
"Be a little more you, and a lot less them."
Style isn't something static, it evolves alongside you. So, keep in mind that finding your personal style isn't a one-time experience. As you grow, you constantly need to rediscover your current sense of style.Read More
How to rock the athleisure look
Lots of style icons and influencers seem to love and rock the athleisure look and we can't blame them for that. It's definitely more than a trend that came to stay, it's a mood. We all have those lazy days that all we wished for is to live in our pyjies forever and ever. So, here are all the tips you need to know on how to turn your sweats into a LOOK.Read More
How to achieve your dream closet
"Clothes aren't going to change the world, the women who wear them will."
You are not the same as you were a year ago. You matured, you grew, you changed and so did your style. The way you dress is a reflection of who you are and how you feel. As you are constantly discovering new pieces of yourself, it's only natural that some of them will belong to your current "ideal" sense of style.Read More