Christmas dinner & classy white shirt

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Christmas dinner & classy white shirt

Christmas is almost here. Shortly we start visiting our families and friends. I’m sure many of you are wondering what to wear for this occasion. I often find it quite tricky, because when you visit your family you want to feel comfortable in your outfit, yet you are obliged to show the respect to your family. Achieving this result is not always easy especially in multigenerational families. Through the years I tested many different options to come to the conclusion that white shirt is the most universal solution and certainly the best one for people who have skin problems like me.

In fact, to be honest with you, when my skin worsens and AD is winning with me, I tend to wear the white shirt, because it buoys me up. It gives me an impression that it is not so bad and makes my skin less red (at least in my head).

White shirt will never let you down. You can pair it with pants, skirts, even with nice pair of dark jeans. White shirt will always upgrade your look and add a lot of freshness especially when your skin is not perfect. It is always appropriate so do not be afraid that you will be overdressed. Choose the right bottom and accessories, grab nice chocolate as a gift, and make a great show!

Enjoy your Christmas break!

Evening Glamour – Few more tips to look like a Star

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Internet is full of advices how to choose the right evening outfit, therefore I am not going to reinvent the wheel. In this post I just want to talk about few issues that some girls tend to forget about or diminish the importance of them when they have a glamorous evening/night out.

First of all, invisible part of your attire can make or break your look, so make sure you select the right undergarment to your dress that will work for you and the best flatter your figure. Do not be shy to ask the sales person for help if you are not sure what type of lingerie is the best for your gown.

Second of all, I strongly advise you to not experiment with the make-up and hairstyle. Stick to something natural and simple. If you want to try new look, make sure you will do the rehearsal before the event. You’ll save yourself embarrassment and unneeded stress.

Third of all, the coat is equally important as the evening gown. I saw a couple of times “ladies” in evening dresses, elegant high heels and…. down jackets… Believe me, no matter how luxurious your dress is, if your coat does not compliment your look, the spell will break.

Last but not least, nice and elegant attire that is in line with the dress code is a one thing, but even the most fabulous dress will not safe your face if you can’t move like a lady therefore be realistic when you choose the shoes and, as Oscar de la Renta was saying, “Walk like you have three men walking behind you.”

I look forward to hearing from you about your fancy-dressing rules!