Sartorial choices this season largely draw inspiration from the past. From the tea dresses of the 1940s to the mod-tunics of the 1960s, fashion is obsessed with history this winter. You have a wide range of dress styles to choose from, but seeing as the festive season is just around the corner, let’s focus on party dresses. Warehouse has a delectable collection of dresses at the moment with styles falling into each trend bracket. Here we pick two of the best office Christmas party dress styles for the season; this should put you in a party mood.
It’s very funny that right after I received pictures of this Japanese sleepwear collection in my email, I also received a separate invite by another company to attend an event in sleepwear! Wow, since when did sleepwear become a big fashion item that it’s not just for romping around the home, but also in the streets? I’m probably missing something but I thought sleepwear is meant well…for the bedroom? I think gone are the days where women wear pyjamas to the market or do they still?
Here are some interesting statistics I found about handbags. Apparently, the average British woman’s handbag weighs 1.8kg while the average Australian woman’s handbag weighs 3.4kg. The average Australian woman also owns more handbags than the British woman. Now I wonder what’s the figure for the Singapore woman like? I’m seeing quite a lot of huge bags in the likes of Longchamp and I also see a lot of women carrying two bags!
Check out those butterfly tattoos! Ain’t they just sweet? And you don’t need to get them inked on your skin because they’re really designs on a pair of stockings. Cool? Totally! I like that the designs are on one of the stockings, which makes it unique and chic. I would love to have a pair of this but first, I need to get myself the right pair of shoes.