I had a good look of spring fashion in NYC and Milan. Lace and see through tend to be the style this season. so I pick these style to start with.
Kailis Pearl Australia, Chanel Bag Caviar Medium brown, Hush Puppies shoes, Mosman Top silk taffeta, Lace skirt in yellow by Miu Melbourne ( store to open in Richmond)
This season I choose the brown, yellow, orange, black and white base colours. Layered cotton materials is my choice for party dresses. Varied length and open shoulders seems to fit in well. The unpredictable weather during winter-summer transition may added some difficulties to choose the right outfit. My advise, wear what’s you want to wear, just bring a lovely scarf to keep you warm in case the chill breeze comes unexpectedly.
Let’s start with my pick on the Orange and Black colours. My first choice is this Multi-layered maxi dress. All cotton. The multi-layered feature keeps and the heavy beads and sequins helps to keep me warm. I can always have a matching scarf in that medium orange tote or hand bag by Roberto Cavalli.
The style below is my choice if the weather is getting better. The cotton material again is a great choice for early spring. Orange black is a good combination at this stage. Black is a Winter Colour and Orange is warm colour with added brightness to it.
Bags: Gucci and Roberto Cavalli Shoes: Nine West Location at Villa Howden, Tasmania Australia Photography: Bronte.
Check out on the gallery full of good style we can try this Season. Some might be not that great but can be in the “consider” list.
I’m not a big fan for this part because at least I can see some effort but they just trying hard and too pushy to be in style. So let’s check on my Gallery. (Photograph: Ida Draca)
Here is the blog I’m writing and dedicated to those great fashion bloggers and A-lister at New York Fashion Week. They just wears that safe style..nothing loud and somehow boring. I don’t believe that we have to be loud in fashion for attention but if you are fashion bloggers, you need to be outstanding at least in the crowd and general public. But anyway, lets check on what’s so average about those style.
Now lets see some more… any more average style? Yep… and it’s disappointing actually. I was expecting to see something..wow..or I like it!…but I just found more average….
I’ll start with what I think is great start for Spring Fashion Style. Check on the Images below and let me tell you all why its a good start.
This one is perfect, I love the colour of the coat and the print is perfect for spring fashion. She knew what to wear especially with her hair and skin colour. Looking natural and beautiful without a “try hard”. The choice of this style also keep her warm through the show and cold weather. I see a clever and smart image when I saw her. She was able to combined the comfort, style, natural and theme of the season perfectly.
The one below is my other favorite style.
Again, she knew how to stay comfortable and warm
but still looking fashionable,
unique and stylist.
She knew what suit her best.
Her style is not screaming out loud for attention,
but enough for “head turner
The two style below especially on the right one is something that I can see myself wear this spring. Its safe but stay stylist. Not too loud but some added style ie. the red scarf or the blue shoes on the left, though I’m not sure how comfortable it is in the cold with no legs cover :).
(Photography and Copyright : Ida Draca – Draca Inc)
I want one!!!
Update: It’s now official
Whoops! Before Microsoft even got a chance to announce that they’re making a fitness tracking band (a la Jawbone Up, Fitbit Force, etc.), the device’s companion syncing app has found its way onto the Mac App Store.
Spotted first by 9to5Mac, the app spills lots and lots of details about the unannounced wearable.
Here’s what we know so far:
- It appears to have a color screen built into the face
- You can sync it with Windows, OS X, or your phone
- While the Mac app’s various documentation doesn’t mention which mobile platforms the Band will support, similar apps just went live on the iOS App Store and Google Play — so it looks like it’ll support iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
- The app consistently calls the device the “Microsoft Band”, which seems to be the official name
- It’ll track: heart rate, steps, calories burned…
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