The 70’s are back! And while some of you are probably cringing at the thought of overly flared jeans, bold colour and floral combinations, let’s just address the fact that there were definitely some fashions gems that we can take away from that era. Some 70’s trends have been revived
Being minty fresh isn't just about your breath this season, it's about what you wear. With pastels coming back in for spring, the colour that we'll be rocking is that cool, mint colour that gives your tan a little more oomph. 12326
The age old style of braiding your hair is back with a modern twist - flowers. By adding flowers to your hair you'll get that perfect bohemian style to complete any look. A popular attire for weddings, floral pieces create a feminine and 'nature loving' appearance. 531
First it was ombre hair, then nails and now lips. It’s not just the in-between of when you’re contemplating which lipstick colour to wear – ombre is about layering and is a trend that allows you to rock all your favourite colours at the same time.
Showing a bit of skin seems to be the norm these days whether its flashing a sliver of stomach, a bit of leg or a sneak of cleavage, but there’s one way to show some skin without feeling so self conscious – and it’s trending. 10940
Because we have all been taking a trip down memory lane in our wardrobes, why not do this in the house as well? Velvet is back, baby.
Nothing says winter more than white. Literally.
Not since the mid-80s have we seen the sheer amount of sports and activewear becoming our everyday get-up. Although, this time around it's a bit different. We are not being lured into wearing slouch socks and fluro leotards, but rather mixing and matching with sneakers and blouses, tank tops and
Edgy and fun, Maurie and Eve have a piece to suit everyone. The Sydney based brand gives us the latest in fashion with a combination of classy and outrageous styles. Their most recent collection share a range of sheer materials and great patterns on their dresses and shirts. With hipster-style pants
As the leaves change colour and summer draws to a close, this is when we need to think about changing the colours on our nails. Although summer is when all things are bright and colourful, autumn is when you can really unwind and express yourself. It is all about rocking