Indian summer – revamp the favourite wardrobe

If there is one season that I find difficult and yet pleasing to tackle, it’s this transition period between summer and fall. I previously mentioned that it’s one of my favourites, especially as the temperature and the sunshine remain friendly and rains and moody days are not that frequent. Despite all that, summery frocks are no longer doing their job to shield us in the windy mornings and chilly evenings and sandals and flip flops are becoming shy in doing our legs any favour.

So, what to do? Well, take that pretty, floral or colourful dresses you have spent all your summer pay checks on, add a pair of ankle boots, slippers, ballet shoes or brogues, pour a cashmere cardigan, a denim jacket or a structured blazer and you are set… For example, take the three dresses, and combine them with the suggestions featured by ( the karen millen suede ankle boot, the won hundred slippers, the vivienne westwood for melissa divine ballet shoes) , ( the maze woven lace up shoes, the MOTO blue denim jacket) and (the etioloa striped woven jacket by malene birger).


Caleidoscope – from summer to fall

Caleidoscope by fashionwhimsfollies on Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower said Camus. There are few periods throughout the four seasons with such friendly and flattering weather. This time of the year allows us to … Continue reading


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Seeing Kate Hudson in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, back in 2003 busted a long learnt myth – that blondes should not wear yellow. Of course, having the right shade of blonde and skin complexion helps to pull off the lawfully “wrong” colors, textures, lengths etc…if such exist.

How sunny, warm, bright, uplifting is this hew? Silk, cashmere, angora, satin, brocard…no matter the still rulled the S/S 2013 runways and will reign over this summer as well. Both the high street and the mainstream brands adore it!

I will dare a yellow dress! still haven’t found one! And the high standards of those in the gallery, really make the search and selection more difficult!