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Spring-summer season must have ankle boots

Spring-summer season must have ankle boots

Black, Spring-summer season must have ankle boots

Spring-summer season must have ankle boots

The most important part of the spring-summer season are ankle boots – something intermediate between the closed shoes and autumn boots. Their style is different, but in recent years models with a narrowed toe and heel of impressive height are more welcomed. This thing is pretty treacherous, because chosen improperly, it can “revenge” by showing your figure in the worst look. Therefore, you need to know what boots to wear.

If you buy boots to wear them to work or to business meetings, choose a classic style: a stable, wide heel, leather (leatherette) of good quality. Preferable are the quiet colors: black, gray, brown, camel, and burgundy. The shoe shows the status of its owner and therefore should be really high quality and quite expensive. Ankle boots can be worn with office suits, avoiding excessively long skirts and classic trousers, otherwise ankle boots will make your look bulky.
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Your Flower Budget

Your Flower Budget

Black and white roses. Your Flower Budget

Your Flower Budget
The one question find hardest to answer is “What should I set aside for my floral budget? Will my flowers be mediocre if I give my florist a budget that’s too low, and what is considered too low?”
It’s best to begin working with a professional planner. The planner takes your vision and expectations and orchestrates a team of vendors catered to your style and budget. After meeting with several vendors from each category, you make a choice based on the provider who will complement your style, produce the desired vision of your special day, and stay within budget.
If a professional planner is not in your budget, discuss your priorities with the groom. Most budgets are broken down into three categories:
1. “Flowers are very important — this is a huge factor in our event.”
2. “Quality is important. We want our flowers to be beautiful but it doesn’t have to be extravagant.”
3. “Flowers are not that important — we just want something small and simple.”
The average price range for wedding flowers is between $2,500.00 to $4,000.00, depending on the size of your wedding party and reception. If your estimated budget is $2,000.00 or less and you’re accommodating 200 people, you may need to consider hiring a professional to assemble your bouquets and ceremony décor but you may need to make your own centerpieces.
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Fashionable emerald green color

Fashionable Emerald Green

Eternaly Fashionable Emerald Green color

Fashionable emerald green style suggests harmonious relationship of colors and shades to create a trendy image. Immediately, we note that the trendy colors of the Year of Monkey are – Orange, languid, yellow, red, brown, burgundy, emerald, purple, gold, silver. Besides, in the natural color of the Monkey – white, gray and black. In addition, Monkey loves bright colors and shiny jewelry. Scarlet, orange, sunny yellow, turquoise, deep emerald green – are all the perfect colors for the New Year costume.
Meanwhile, Emerald green color represents stability, prosperity and consistency. If you choose this color, you just set yourself up for a positive way, material well-being and harmony with the world and yourself. Bright and attractive emerald color, among other things, make you feel gratitude for all that is in this world. That emerald helps achieve the harmony that allows you to enjoy both the ability to borrow, and the ability to give. This color is suitable for the working environment as well as for special occasions. Emerald shades enliven the image, make draw attention to you. The most urgent is the combination of emerald green and black, cream, plum, red, purple, peach, gold, blue, champagne, as well as light and warm green hues.
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Black color in Fashion History

Black color in Fashion History. Lady with a fan. Diego Velazquez (June 6, 1599 – August 6, 1660)

Lady with a fan. Diego Velazquez (June 6, 1599 – August 6, 1660). Black color in Fashion History

Black color in Fashion History

The history of the emergence of black in fashion began from Spain, yes, precisely those Spaniards who are now associated with bright colors. For the first time black suit in the Spanish court entered in the XVI century, when the Spanish Inquisition reigned. Indeed, the Spaniards were religious, and their fanatical faith reflected in their black and closed costume. Their costumes were reminiscent of monastic robes. The only difference was luxurious puff collar of pure white color, creating contrast and supporting the head of nobleman to keep high. By the way, for the addiction to the black color, Spaniards in the other countries were called crows.
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Princess wearing traditional Moroccan caftan

wearing traditional Moroccan caftan

Annual fashion show ‘Caftan du Maroc’. Traditional Moroccan caftan

Traditional Moroccan caftan

Speaking on the theme of traditional Moroccan caftan, I would like to tell you about the wife of the current ruler of the country Princess Lalla Salma (born Salma Bennani) and tell a little about the traditional dress of the country – caftan, in which Her Highness Princess Lalla shines.
Caftan – Moroccan traditional festive clothes. This dress necessarily presents the wide sleeves and a wide belt worn on top. Caftan is decorated with many small handmade buttons and beautiful embroidery of silk. Every Moroccan has in the wardrobe at least one or two caftans for weddings, celebrations in honor of the birth of the child and other celebrations. Sewed by hand, it’s worth a lot of money, ranging from 200 euros and ending several thousand (for designer caftans).
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High-Waist Couture Facing

High-Waist Couture Facing

High-Waist Couture Facing

High-Waist Couture Facing
This couture approach to constructing a waist facing works well on any waistline where a waistband is not desired. It is particularly well suited to trousers and skirts with high waists. The channel stitching and the bones add structure and support while maintaining a clean line.

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2000s Casual Wear

2000S Casual Wear back in fashion

Back in fashion – 2000S Casual Wear

2000S Casual Wear back in fashion

To speak about 2000-s fashion, let’s begin with Silhouette.
No single silhouette ushered in the new millennium. Unlike the unisex space suits that were predicated in the 1960s to be fashionable by the twenty-first century, fashions proved to be quite the opposite. Casual wear continued becoming more varied and relaxed. American women practiced garment layering, adding variety to the tradition of mixing separates. Comfortable knit wear, especially novelty T-shirts, continued for daily wear.

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