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For some people Valentine’s Day it’s a normal day like the other ones…For others, it’s a romantic day that will spend with their relationship…And they probably have already arranged a date on this specific day. Here comes the big question for the girls…What should I wear? Don’t panic…We have 3 beautiful outfits to propose to you which are both chic and sexy!
This plan needs of something cozy to wear so that you will be comfortable. You could wear your favorite leggings together with a knitted top. It is a look that gives you style and confidence!
For the dinner plan, we have to propose you a sexy but classy look that gives you elegance. You could wear a lingerie top, with ankle pants and of course a blazer on top! The look should be combined with high heels for ultimate style.
This is our favorite plan! Open a bottle of wine, order your favorite food and watch a romantic movie seems to be the perfect date. Since you are going to stay in, a cozy and not formal outfit is required. For this occasion, we propose you to wear a skirt and a flirty top. Get inspired from the outfits below…
Despite what you are going to wear, we wishing you to have a great and full of passion date with your loved one!
The most amazing thing about jumpsuits, is that one piece of clothes can be an outstanding #outfit, just like a dress! They are all over around us, however, most women are a little bit afraid of trying them on. There is the risk to make you look shorter or wider, but with the following tips you will have a sophisticated and feminine look! Take off your notebook and start taking notes ?…
Finding a jumpsuit that fits your body perfectly is difficult. The key is to try NOT wearing something too tight or too loose. If you wear a jumpsuit that’s too tight, you may feel uncomfortable. If you wear a jumpsuit that is too loose, you will completely lose your shape, and the jumpsuit will overwhelm your body. By defining your waist you will have a more feminine look… you can look pretty chic with a belt or a jacket around your waist. Moreover, below you can see our jumpsuit with lace details that is perfect for almost all body shapes!
The blazer is perfect for those who wear a jumpsuit for the 1st time! It will help you feel more comfortable! It adds layers to the outfit and make it more interesting. When selscting a blazer or even a jacket you have to think of the occasion first. You have a lot of options then! You can combine it with same colors or even contrasting them like we choose it for you below! If you wear a colorful jumpsuit you should wear it with a simple blazer. But when you wear a colorless jumpsuit, you can mix things up with a colorful jacket!
If you choose to wear a bell bottomed jumpsuit then you have only one option like the left picture below…skinny heels…This way you don’t look short and you gain even more hight! However, jumpsuits are a prefect outfit for every day if you wear the correct shoes! Boots are the perfect solution for some occasions, like going out for a coffee or even going to work, like the second picture!
Overall, we have to state that jumpsuits can give you style effortless and you can find amazing pieces from our collection!
In our previous blog we pointed out some of the ’16-’17 Fall/ Winter fashion trends that will dominate this year and among them we presented you the true velvet, one of the most promising trends this winter season. After that, we can easily call this season: the “Velvet Season”!
Today’s blog is about its history and how-to-wear tips!
It is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a unique and memorable feel. The word velvety means “smooth like velvet“.
They can make it from either synthetic or natural fibers. And they make it from several different kinds of fibers, traditionally, the most expensive of which is silk which is rare to find nowadays. Today, you will probably find it sold as “silk velvet” which is actually a mix of rayon and silk. Cotton is also used to make this garment but this often results in a less luxurious fabric. They also make it from fibers such as linen, mohair, and wool.
Because of its unusual softness and appearance as well as its high cost of production, it has often been associated with lordship. Velvet was introduced to Baghdad during the rule of Harun al-Rahid by Kashmiri merchants and to Al-Andalus by Ziryab. Did you know that Cairo was the world’s largest producer of velvet, during Mamluk era?
Furthermore, much of it they exported it to Venice (from where it begun getting famous to most of Europe), Al-Andalus and the Mali Empire. Additionally, they made many fine velvets in Turkey while Persia was famous for its beautiful designs and colors. They used gorgeous velvets in Europe in 12th and 13th century in religious and court ceremonials.
From the middle of the 18th century, we could find silk velvet mostly in men’s apparel. While women’s fashion did not support it and turned into lighter fabrics. During the early 20th century, we saw this garment to play a vital role at opera houses. Protagonists wore glamorous velvet coats in various patterns. Now, we see it everywhere, in all its glamour but with a minimal approach which makes it a #mustfollow trend!
This type of fabric adds a dramatic and luxury touch to any outfit! Most of you may not dare to wear it, especially during day, but in order to feel comfortable we suggest you to start with small steps and discrete adds on. For example, try to combine a small velvet bag, or even a velvet hair bow. Then we suggest you to start combing clothes and one of them to be velvet, but not all of them at the same outfit! At no time you will be ready to wear a velvet dress and be magnificent with a feeling of confidence!
Find your inspiration from our new collection on dejavufashion.gr and find beautiful pieces that will definitely enhance your style! Try on our velvet lingerie with combat boots to give a rock touch your style! If you are in a more romantic mood, you will find adorable both our velvet dresses❣
Don’t be afraid to experiment with different fabrics even if you think that those belong to another era, like velvet, a misunderstood garment… Hope that you found this blog post interesting and inspiring!