BAMBI NORTHWOOD-BLYTH WEARS SPORTY STYLES FOR ELLE CZECH

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Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth layers up on the December 2018 cover of ELLE Czech. Captured by Andreas Ortner, the Australian model poses in bold color-blocking for the shot. Inside the magazine, Bambi wears sporty chic looks including leggings, sports bras and puffer jackets. Styled by Lenka Kermes, drones surround the model for futuristic vibes.

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech

Bambi Northwood-Blyth Wears Sporty Styles for ELLE Czech


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JEAN CAMPBELL MODELS ZARA’S SUSTAINABLE OUTERWEAR

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Jean Campbell stars in Zara Join Life x TRF outerwear collection
Jean Campbell stars in Zara Join Life x TRF outerwear collection

Zara spotlights sustainable fashion with its second Join Life x TRF collection. Captured in the snow, model Jean Campbellwears outerwear made from 100% recycled and recyclable polyester material. Puffer jackets, anorak parkas and leggings come in a color palette of silver, black and khaki green. The layered looks are perfect for the cold weather months ahead.

ZARA JOIN LIFE X TRF COLLECTION

Zara spotlights sustainable outwear with its Join Life x TRF collection
Zara Recycled Capsule 2 in 1 Parka
Zara Recycled Capsule 2 in 1 Parka
Jean Campbell is all smiles in Zara Join Life x TRF outerwear collection
Jean Campbell is all smiles in Z


ara Join Life x TRF outerwear collection


Zara Recycled Capsule Padded Parka Anorak
Zara Recycled Capsule Padded Parka Anorak
Jean Campbell poses in Zara Recycled Capsule Collection Puffer Jacket
Jean Campbell poses in Zara Recycled Capsule Collection Puffer Jacket
Recycled styles stand out in Zara Join Life x TRF outerwear collection
Recycled styles stand out in Zara Join Life x TRF outerwear collection
Zara Recycled Capsule Puffer Coat, Leggings and Adjustable Strap Sneakers
Zara Recycled Capsule Puffer Coat, Leggings and Adjustable Strap Sneakers

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KEEPING IT CLASSY: EXPLORING THE FASHION BEHIND THE CASINO CATWALK

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Glam Casino Woman
Photo Credit: Deposit Photos

For many, a venture out to the casino is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Many are swayed by the congregation of birthday parties or that of a Hen and Stag-do. Otherwise, it may not rank on the individual’s bucket list.

Never-the-less, this will come around at some point, and impending dread of what to wear will weigh heavy on your mind. So here we take a look at the casino catwalk and what are the clothing etiquettes for both men and women.

ELEGANCE WILL PAY OFF

Casino Glamour Looks
Photo Credit: Deposit Photos

For many in the modern world of gambling and betting, the garments predominately consist of pajamas or casual sportswear as players take to their favorite online establishments for their casino action. The battle for clientele has picked up between online and land-based casinos over the past decade. For players, you can either head out on a typically cold night and enjoy the selection of table games and slots provided, or stay in and take your pick of hundreds of casinos through sites like www.casinosonlinesuisse.com, which offer more than regular land-based casinos.

There is, however, a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ when it comes to treading the plush carpets of a land-based casino.

We will tell you how to dress out of your comforts just for that one night so that you can make a grand statement in the casinos while winning plenty of your own.

FROM HOME COMFORTS TO CASINO CLASS

Casino Slot Machine Womens Style
There are indeed many forms of casino out there, and you will know before visiting what type of establishment it is and, like this, what outfit would be appropriate.
  • White Tie: Considered amongst ‘regular’ casino goers as the most formal clothing option of all the possible categories. Women can dawn a suit with what is called the Palazzo cut, matched with elegant shoes. Males: A white shirt is worn with black bowtie and plain waistcoat. A dinner jacket to be worn over the waistcoat and black shoes to match.
  • Black Tie: A slightly relaxed version of the ‘white tie’ ensemble. The Female should wear a classic evening dress with the option of a full-length gown or if themed, a cocktail dress. Males wear a tuxedo or dark suit with a white shirt, black tie and leather smart shoes with dark socks.
  • Formal Wear: Females have the option of a cocktail dress, a suitable black dress or long skirt with a top which should match. For the male, you should wear a dark suit and matching vest. Shirts that are sober in color should be added and with a plain tie. You can adorn colored leather shoes with formal socks.
  • Business: Attributed to the kind of formal wear you go to work in if they have regulations. Female can opt for suites and suitable dresses to be worn with heels and smart stockings. The Male should remain in ‘formal wear.’
  • Casual: Non-offensive prints, and appropriate footwear which must be clean and avoid sports branding.
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    6 DANCE-INSPIRED OUTFITS YOU’LL LOVE TO WEAR

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    Photo: Depositphotos.com
    Photo: Depositphotos.com

    You Don’t Have To Dance To Dress Like A Dancer!

    There’s a reason many dancers wear what they do when practicing or performing. Dancing outfits provide those within them greater ability to move as they need to. This allows them to perform moves which would otherwise be impossible in traditionally constrictive clothing.

    With that in mind, the following are six outfits inspired by dance which you can wear whether or not you’re a dancer, experiencing the same liberating freedom of motion.


    1. THE LAYERED LEOTARD

    A leotard can be layered under shorts, under a top, or however you like. This gives you extra warmth in winter, as you can simply cover it with other garments. In spring or summer, such an outfit helps you to cool down.

    Healthy diet and exercise are key to flourishing as a person; being able to move and remain at a comfortable temperature throughout the day helps you remain energetic and motivated. A leotard need not only be for the dance studio if you know how to wear it. In any setting, it can help liberate your body while keeping you comfortable.

    2. A TUTU FOR YOU

    Now, this can be a bit risqué if you don’t know how to wear it. You’re going to feel beautiful in a tutu, but it’s going to be obvious you’re wearing one. You’ll want to pair it with a cute top, and go do something wild! Additionally, if you’ve got old bridesmaid dresses or a new one you’ve recently purchased, similar outfits may be designed.

    3. ACTIVEWEAR FOR AN ACTIVE WEARER

    Activewear is going to include things like spanks and spandex. These clothes are sturdy, synthetic, soft, and hug the body closely. They allow for maximum movement with minimum discomfort. However, activewear does look like active wear. You’ll want to couple tops, bottoms, and underwear with “normal” clothing that fits.

    4. THROWBACK TO THE EIGHTIES WITH LEG AND ARM WARMERS

    Leg and arm warmers may have gone out of fashion sometime in the nineties, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get them. Additionally, the 2018 world is a post-modern Fantasia wherein all styles and expressions find some niche. Especially if you’re looking to mix things up, you might want to get some warmers and go wear them in public with an outfit.

    These dance-inspired garments look neat, they keep you warm, and they’re the perfect costume accessory for those themed parties where everyone shows up with a ponytail on one side of the head, or other strange eighties style.

    Photo: Free People
    Photo: Free People

    5. BALLET SHOES NEED NOT ONLY DANCE IN THE STUDIO

    Ballet shoes aren’t traditionally comfortable—neither are tap shoes. But they are initiallycomfortable. It all depends on your preferences here, but you could buy a new pair of either shoe and wear them with the outfits you choose. If your feet are hardened by the studio, you could wear an old pair, should that suit you.

    6. HEAD-TO-TOE SPANDEX, AND A WINDBREAKER

    If you really want to break the boundaries of normalcy, deck yourself out in spandex from your toes to your collarbones, and throw on a windbreaker if you need some pockets. You’ll look like some DeLorean picked you up in 1985 and brought you back to the future. Plus, you’ll have a full range of movement and a body-hugging suit sure to draw attention.

    DRESSING HOW YOU FEEL

    Just For Kix offers these and many more outfits worth considering through their available dance apparel. Dancewear from this group is designed to take a beating affordably, and that’s just what you want if you are seeking the freedom dancers have. If you’re going to appropriate traditional dancewear, you might as well get if from the right people.

    When you’re more comfortable in what you’re wearing, you’re apt to be more confident and mentally stable. This will make you naturally more attractive, as you won’t be worried about some outfit squeezing on you however you wear it. But at the same time, you’ll know you look good. Don’t be afraid to play around with dancewear!

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    CHANNEL WESTERN VIBES IN WEWOREWHAT X ONIA’S SWIM COLLAB

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    WeWoreWhat x Onia swim collaboration
    Just landed: WeWoreWhat x Onia resort 2019 swimsuits

    Vacation season is here, and WeWoreWhat and Onia team up on a killer swimsuit collection for resort 2019. The collaboration features subtle western vibes complete with ruffles, cowgirl belts and bandana prints. Perfect for wearing on the beach or pairing with a denim jacket, these swimsuit pieces will stand out in your wardrobe. See our picks from the WeWoreWhat x Onia collection below, and shop more at REVOLVE.com.

    WEWOREWHAT X ONIA SWIMSUIT COLLABORATION

    Onia x WeWoreWhat Willa Top $95 and Delila Bottom in Black $95
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Willa Top $95 and Delila Bottom in Black $95
    This bikini set features a plunging neckline with a ruffled accent on top.
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Danielle One Piece in Bandana Rooibos $195
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Lydia Top $95 and Emily Bottom $95
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Lydia Top $95 and Emily Bottom $95
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    el retro vibes in a high waisted bikini bottom and a top with underwire bust.

    Onia x WeWoreWhat Danielle One Piece in Retro Rosebud $195
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Ace Top $95 and Emily Bottom in Sunflower Ditsy $95
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Ace Top $95 and Emily Bottom in Sunflo

    wer Ditsy $95

    A strapless bandeau top and ruffled bikini bottom comes in a sunflower print.
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Stella One Piece in Retro Rosebud $195
    Onia x WeWoreWhat Stella One Piece in Retro Rosebud $195
    Soak up the sun in a rosebud printed one-piece made with romantic ruffles.

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    GRACE ELIZABETH EMBRACES POWER DRESSING FOR VOGUE CHINA

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    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth strikes a pose on the December 2018 cover of Vogue China. Photographed by Sølve Sundsbø, the leading face wears a Miu Miu jacket and skirt from the brand’s winter collection. For the accompanying spread, Grace takes on modern power dressing with a 1980’s twist. Styled by Katie Shillingford, the American beauty poses in designs from the likes of Saint Laurent, Givenchy and Marc Jacobs.

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China

    Grace Elizabeth Embraces Power Dressing for Vogue China


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