You are about to attend an event and plan to wear a jumpsuit that you have just bought, only to find that the outfit is too long or doesn’t fit in a certain area? Your chances are, you go with the oversized-looking jumper or you can turn the problem into a triumph with your hand-sewing skill. Prepare your needle and matching threads and learn these techniques before it’s too late.
Milan, Paris, London and Tokyo are on the top list for shopping lovers to feed their appetite for fashion. A shopping spree in these cities can easily turn into a long extravagant frolic. Newest trends, a vast range of styles and splendid interior decoration are just a few things that make these cities a shopping epicentre. But, if you want a more conscious approach to level up your fashion game, we have listed three shopping destinations that are not as famous as the major destinations, but offer you a combination of a fun scavenger hunt and wonderful excursion adventure.
How are you getting on with the 2020? Has the New Year’s Resolution kicked off? Or, just like anyone else, you are still in a coma from an exhausting New Year’s Eve party?
A week has passed since the famous giant ball in Times Square majestically descended to the ground, counting down the last minute of 2019 that heralds the beginning of the new millenium. It’s time to get back to the routines and start to shake off the bad habits you want to let go this year. If your new resolution is as simple as getting back to your ideal shape - after the filling festive season’s food, but find it as difficult as moving a mountain, a new set of activewear can be a good inspiration to lift you from the couch and hit the gym.
I remember my aunt told me, “Some people say that I spend too much money on clothing. However, If I told them that being fashionable is the way I fulfil myself and thus I have the self-love that empowers me to love others, would they stop me from buying those nice dresses?” Her story dawned on me that to some people, consumption for clothing has a significant effect on their psychology. If fashion makes them feel good and thus empower them to help others, should we prevent them from buying?