No-tan guide

I am so pale that when people meets me usually the first thing they remark is how pale I am. Even friends and family bring up the topic of my paleness on trips and holidays where bathing suits are required. Since I was a baby I was slathered with sunblock cream SPF 100, I was never outside at noon and if I did went outside you could spot me with a large t-shirt on top of my bathing suit. Or else, my burns could put a stop to our trip. My skin has never liked the sun, so I learned to live with it.

 

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Trend: Ruffles

They are everywhere. From blouses to pants, ruffles have taken over our entire wardrobe. The key is to balance their volume with simpler pieces so you don’t look like wearing a costume. This trend has earned many followers during 2017. Some people are in love, others loathe them, but there’s no denying the romanticism they evoke. I feel this is one of those trends that we’ll look back in time and ask historians: What they where thinking? Just like shoulder pads, neon everything and huge 90’s jeans. Well, 90’s everything. Love them or hate them, these ruffled pieces will not be going anywhere soon, so we might as well incorporate a few into our closet. Here’s how.

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Decoding dress codes

Apparently when we turn a certain age an alarming amount of wedding invitations come our way. And with them comes the all familiar question: what should I wear? Today I want to explain those dress codes, because in the few weddings I have attended (including my own) I have always seen one clueless guest wearing all the wrong things.

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How to organize your closet and find your personal style.

Having an organized closet is key to stress free mornings. But have you ever thought the impact that having everything organized has on your personal style? You can identify what makes your style unique and personal.
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