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From the boardroom to the beach: styling the shirtdress

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  Shirt-dresses: the ultimate cool-girl go-to spring outfit, but it is also a lazy but fashion-curious girl’s best friend. It’s also one way to make an “I wanna be Carrie in Mr. Big’s shirt” fantasy come alive.   But, there’s a million ways to wear these seemingly simple pieces of clothing. In fact, consider them the new neutral: a blank canvas on which anything is possible. We aren’t kidding, …

The go to summer shift dress all dressed up in 5 different ways..

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  The Naked Feeling… “I just want to be happy and naked” Nothing is easier than throwing on a shift dress. Especially in this sweltering heat, a soft light dress makes you feel like your almost wearing nothing,  and  we love that feeling. So let us take you through the five different ways in which you could wear your go to dress in every situation… 1.#BeachBumming “A little …

I don’t do winter. Onwards to spring!

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 1. The Over thinker Whatever your thinking, think bigger! You’ve got way too much on your mind already, your clothes don’t need to add any stress. Actually, they need to do what you should be doing — hanging loose. Real loose. Chloe gives a pretty good class on this: And Claudia Li, and I definitely got the goods to help you chill: You know who else …

#StyleDiaries: Day four: Neha Dhupia for Kingfisher Supermodel Hunt

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Kingfisher Supermodel Hunt Day four Go away. I’m not ready for you, Sunday. Said no one ever, except those who worked through the weekend. This is how I was feeling. But the day had other plans. Boob tube Barbarella As you can see, day four was an activity-based one for Neha. So I was faced with that question that has haunted women, and some men, for generations. …

The Skinny Jean Is Dead! Long Live My Nether Regions!

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“They fit,” I cry with no small amount of triumph from inside the changing room at a popular high-street store. “Do they just fit? Are do they fit properly?” my friend says from the other side of those precariously held together curtains that can only promise and never actually give privacy. “Nothing is bulging out,” is my reply. She pulls aside the curtain, and looks …