THE "S" WORD — statement piece

SHOWIN' SKIN....BE STRATEGIC WITH YOUR SEXY

SHOWIN' SKIN....BE STRATEGIC WITH YOUR SEXY

Looking sexy without looking trashy means truly invoking some mystique and applying the old adage of "leaving a little to the imagination". Keep it classy by choosing whatever body part you want to show off and strategically show that part. If you're baring cleavage, don't show legs. If you're showing legs, stay covered up top. Wearing tight clothes AND showing cleavage may come off like you're trying too hard. After all, sexiness should exude from within and reflect your overall sense of self. This photo shows a very risque halter top, but the high waist pants, with their long,  loose...


How Your LBD Can Make A Big Statement

How Your LBD Can Make A Big Statement

Your LBD (Little Black Dress) is most likely your favorite go-to staple for an evening out. Keeping a simple black dress is beneficial because you can add  other pieces to switch up your style. For versatility, try adding a shrug, a statement necklace or an expected shoe like a peep-toe bootie in a bright color. A unique pair of shades or a bright pop of color can make your outfit interesting and set you apart from all the other LBD's in the crowd. Also, look for dresses with cut outs, asymmetric lines or contrasting textures to make a major style...


TRUE OxBLOOD

TRUE OxBLOOD

Savvies are going bananas over the return of a color really popular last fall...OXBLOOD! Some refer to it as 'Wine, dark-red or Bordeaux" but it's more of a dark reddish-brown color that oozes with warmth, intrigue and sensuality. The smoky richness of Oxblood actually sucks you in, and affectionately embraces you like a warm hug. It wins favor with redheads and goes well with most fall colors. . Wear it with khaki green,  deep tan, navy blue, mustard and even pumpkin. Let's face it; Oxblood is the new black.


Accent Your Curves! Pairing Loose With Tight

Accent Your Curves! Pairing Loose With Tight

 Pairing loose with tight allows your statement piece to stand out. It's all about PROPORTION. An outfit can clash if the top and bottom are very detailed and similar in fit. For instance, try not to wear a boxy shaped or flared  jacket with loose wide-legged or flared pants. They may both be two stylish pieces but drown each other out if worn together. It probably won't be the most flattering silhouette either. ​​​​  If you have a larger torso and smaller lower half you need to create the illusion of a waist. Opt for button-down blouses with princess...