The wardrobe transition from summer to autumn can be plagued by crazy and unpredictable weather. One of the best ways to stay warm and prepare for whatever mother nature throws at you is by layering.
The last thing anyone wants to do is dress up and go out in winter but sometimes a night out is needed. But how do you look sexy, yet stay warm and comfortable? Read on.
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The cold months of winter are upon us so keeping that summer glow can be a bit of a challenge. The following leading ladies prove it doesn't have to be that hard!
The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival has brought the heat and the flair this year with their take on winter fashion. 15652
We recently experienced a lot of rain in Sydney during our supposed-to-be hot, sunny summer and everyone freaked out and didn't know what to do with themselves or their wardrobes.
Turtlenecks have made more of a come back this year than they have any other winter. And the traditional long sleeved turtleneck has has a modern makeover with necks getting looser, hemlines shorter and sleeves snipped off altogether. Turtlenecks are no longer a plain jane look, they're a statement. 11427
Rain rain, go away, come again another day…
With the winter months approaching, it’s easy to settle in, hibernate and pack on the winter kilos. However, this isn’t good for your mental or physical health, let alone your waist line. To combat this, we’ve put together a list of six helpful hints to help you stay lean and
It’s time to get out those wintery clothes, or even better, go shopping for new ones. A scarf has a two-fold purpose; it keeps you warm and it adds a killer accessory for you to play with, whether you want to make a statement, colour block or coordinate or just
The sun is shining, the beach is calling and those tan lines are yet to fade; so it seems like a completely ridiculous idea to be thinking of your winter wardrobe, let alone (gasp) coats! In case you hadn't noticed though, your fav stores have started rolling out their autumn/winter collections,