The most recent one is Style Setter feature of Washington Life magazine in their April issue. I happened to modeled for one of the makeup / hair style features, so I thought I'd share them all here, hoping they can bring you more spring style inspiration.
What could we do to ensure our body and skin stay in good shape so we could hit the ground running in the morning when we land? After a few trips like this, I now have a complete in flight skin care plan that I'd love to share with...
The key style note of today's look is that the dress is a trench dress in khaki color, one of the trendy colors of this spring besides pink. Utility chic are taking center stage as we speak.
Pressing times like these, we "cheat" with minimal make up, shortened exercise routines, and no-brainer outfits. Even so, we don't have to compromise on style. Today, I am going to show you a super easy way to update your work fashion.
The jacket can be anything ranging from bomber jacket to trench coat, and among all the possibilities, I like blazer the most for it is sleek, works 24/7, and easy to find the style that works for any body type
Highlight of my outfit was the opposite of dots, stripes. The pattern stands out but the whole look has the same playfulness of this room.
For this season, pairing knits with skirts is another style trend I began to notice and grew fond of. When our coats and jackets are getting increasingly masculine, mini skirts offer great balance of feminine.
When I read on British Vogue that tonal look is a trend for spring, I thought I should share this regardless because this outfit is exactly that sans the coat.
The combination of sweatshirt and denim is a classic casual outfit, the seasonal update is the giant grommet lace-up sleeves and the patched, raw edge, step hem jeans.These are trendy details, they will not be as fashionable the next season or the next year, so I would not splurge...