The spring trends in 1969 are making a comeback this spring! From Bohemian dresses to gypsy skirts, lace pants and chiffon dresses. These styles are bold and vibrant - perfect for spring! Want these flashback styles then read on!
This fall, velvet clothing is a trend because of its soft material. There's so many ways to wear it, from dresses to skirts and pants to shirts and boots. Plus, it'll keep you warm during the cold days so stock up on this trend and be the talk of the
Kylie, the youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan shot to fame with her lipstick brand. Her unique style has been in tabloids and numerous magazines. She's gorgeous and loves to mix up her outfit choices.
Karlie Kloss is a supermodel babe. She's a big name in the modelling world and she's part of Taylor Swift's gang (so jealous!) She's beautiful, smart and flawless with a upscale style, from street style to travel and Hollywood red carpet events. I'm obsessed with her fashion and I'm sure
Tie Dye was a big hit in the 60s and 70s. It's made a come back this year! Thank god because let's face it tie dye is amazing. Plus, it's a big hit at numerous run way shows - New York Fashion Week Spring, which we love!
Even though the weather is getting colder, there are still days where we can wear dresses! There's many to choose from, from long to mini and floral prints to lace.
Want to fill your wardrobe with dresses, then read on for inspiration!
As we all know the latest craze is binge watching TV shows! Well, there are shows in the past with fashion must haves - Sex and the City, The O.C and Gossip Girl !
Interested in rainbow color hair dye? Well, it's super hot right now and a lot of people are doing it! It's fun, colorful, bold and creative.
It is nearly the best time of the year people! Halloween! Besides being able to eat endless amounts of candy and dress in ridiculous outfits, it is also another reason to head out for the weekend. We are bringing you THE best Halloween events in Sydney this month.
Halloscream – Return
Polka dots! Some love them or hate them – there are so many different ways to wear them, from tops to skirts, dresses and shorts.