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One of our go-to beauty bloggers Teni, of MissMaven.com, put together an exclusive head-to-toe spring look for Singer22! Her spring style consists of two things: cute and comfy. Sounds good to us. (more…)
The Kentucky Derby is just around the corner (May 7th) and one bet we're all safe to make is that we're going to see a lot of great style this year.Â It's the perfect occasion to get all dolled up and dress to the nines.Â Are youÂ heading to the Derby this year?Â Here are a few of my favorite derby dresses:
And most importantly, don't forget a hat to top off the outfit:
You're going through the mail and you receive a card from a good friend of yours. The envelope is pretty stocky, thick, and fancy. You open it, and it's a wedding invitation (in my mind, it's a wedding invitation to the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton (but we all know it's not going to be happen…)! Yes, wedding season is upon us – the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and love is definitely in the air! You have the date (or best friend) and you saved the date. Now the big question: what the heck do you wear? There are some rules you must follow, but here are two you must keep in mind: do NOT wear white (because the bride will be in white) and do NOT outdo the bride (because it's all about the couple, my dear! Let them have their spotlight!). There are many outfits you can select from depending on where the wedding is located. Singer22 and I will help you find the perfect outfit (shoes and accessories included) for you to wear for your pal's wedding day (or for the royal wedding…). For a Black-Tie Affair Invest in a modest and chic dress. It's not your day – it's the bride and groom's special night. Purchase a sophisticated dress and don't show too much skin by wearing a plunging neckline. Pair your dress with simple pumps and a classy clutch. You can also wear these outfits to a formal event/wedding even if it's not an overly-black tie affair! Alice + Olivia Georgina Fitted Peplum Dress – Alice + Olivia One Sleeve Goddess Dress – Ani Lee Agnes Dress – Boulee Sofia Dress – Alice + Olivia Tatum T-Back Sculpted Sheath Dress – House of Harlow 1960 Zola Clutch – Juliette Jake Wraparound Clutch – Sam Edelman Novato – Sam Edelman Nivan – Belle Noel by Kim Kardashian Nugget and Pave Chain Earrings Read More…
The 70's trend is being seen everywhere this season & flowy silhouettes are one of the most prevalent within this trend. This light and airy style is so versatile, it can be worn by anyone whether you're looking for a romantic look, work attire, casual outfits, or a night time look. The blouses can be worn with a pencil skirt for a more classy style, try Twenty8twelve Thompson Skirt by s. Miller. A light, flowy dress can be worn for either day or night with the correct accessories, try Modern Vintage wedges for daytime and Jeffrey Campbell heels for an edgier night out look. Flowy tops can work as a daytime look with denim shorts, A-line skirts, mini skirts, maxi skirts and even paired with flowy, textured skirts, such as the Alice + Olivia leopard print feathered skirt.
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Sometimes trends can be overwhelming. When you find yourself flinging clothes out of the closet on Saturday night, freaking over what to wear: Have no fear! Take a deep breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth.Â When all else fails you can always stick to basics to have a clean, polished and classic outfit.Â Just look at Carrie Bradshaw from Sex & the City, who took an ordinary men's button down shirt and vamped it up with heels and sexiness.Â Who knew a basic white button down could take you from work to play? Carrie Bradshaw did!Â This summer, invest in replacing your little black dress with a little white one.Â It's a piece that will carry you through the season and will be that go-to dress you want to wear when all else fails.Â So next time you're having a panic attack infront of the closet remember: pick out basic pieces and vamp them up with accessories, fun shoes a colorful clutch.
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