October 24, 2009

Links à la Mode

Thrifty Chic

    • A Typical Atypical – Make me a… 1940’s wartime woman
      Awakened Aesthetic – Men need sexy shoes too! Awakened Aesthetic searches for the best men’s dress shoes…and all of them are vegan.
      Bobbins and Bombshells – Sharin Foo of The Raveonettes. A modern Hitchcock Blonde with a guitar.
      Fashion in my eyes – Revlon fantasy eyelashes review and giveaway
      Fashion is My Crush – DIY Embellished Vest: make your own hardware strewn vest with some beads, studs & chains.
      Fasshonaburu – Alyssa & Vyque go to the local Shecky’s Girl’s Night Out
      ferOHHHsh – Blatant Designer Knockoffs- Not just in the back of vans anymore.
      Further Ado – Investment dressing – is it a real investment, or another women’s magazine catch-phrase used to encourage us to buy, buy, buy?
      Idiosyncratic Style – Q & A with amazing photographer Dana Brushette
      kaKofonie Of si(gh)lenS – Emily Howse A look at an up-and-coming fashion graduate with a taste for ethical production, architectural inspired pieces, and plenty of ruffles.
      Little Miss Makeup – Brown is the new gray! Learn how to do a smoky eye for daytime.
      Oranges and Apples – The Capsule Wardrobe Challenge: Roundup and Reflections
      Prom Mafia – 80s Done Right: How to Rock the 80s Fashion Trend
      Retro Chick – Win an organic cotton jumper, worth £70 from Urban Buzz
      slsvgg Fashion – Lily Allen’s jewellery line has finally been released in Selfridges
      Style Amor – Need Costume inspiration with a bad ass fashionable twist?
      Style Symmetry – Three Ways to Wear a Plaid Blazer This Season!
      Styletastic – A roundup of SS2010 runway shoes – what will we all be wanting to wear on our feet next summer? (Or not as the case may be)
      The Coveted – Behind the Scenes at Christian Francis Roth
      The New Wave – DIY Halloween inspiration from the S/S 2010 runway shows
      The Working Wardrobe – Something to Remember: Your Work Attire Not Only Represents You, It Represents Your Workplace. Think Before You Dress.

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  1. Rolland R. commented:

    Before selecting your style, it’s essential to understand the norms and culture of your industry and workplace. Different sectors have varying expectations when it comes to dress codes. For instance, the attire suitable for a corporate law firm may differ significantly from that of a creative agency. Observe what your colleagues and superiors wear and aim to strike a balance between fitting in and standing out appropriately.

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  2. herioket commented:

    Regardless of the style you choose, comfort and confidence should be non-negotiable. Opt for well-fitted clothing made from quality fabrics that allow you to move freely and feel at ease throughout the day. Confidence is key in any professional setting, and when you feel comfortable in your outfit, it naturally enhances your self-assurance.

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