Tuesday, February 2, 2010

COOL CLASSIC STYLE

Ladies, the key to wearing ruffles without appearing overly juvenile or theatrical, yet young and chic is to pair ruffles with something tailored. The contrast of an item that's super feminine, like the ruffles, worn with something tailored, like lean pants or a fitted blaze, is the best way to go to achieve maximum style impact.
Think of the ruffles as an accent to your outfit and keep the focus to one ruffled element, like a frothy blouse, trim on a coat,a touch of embellishment to a pair of booties, a dash at the hem of a scarf, or a gorgeous cocktail dress.While all the ruffled pieces are adorable, you really only want to wear these ruffles one at a time so as to avoid drowning yourself in too much of a good thing.

Men, you can add inches to your height. Vertical stripes make you look taller, which can be great if you're vertically challenged, but might make you look like Lurch if you're already tall. Wearing horizontal stripes also comes with the unfortunate side effect of making overweight people look even more overweight. It's an optical illusion of sorts, but perception is what sticks. So anyone with a few extra pounds should be extra wary of horizontal stripes.

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