How To Dress In Dresses-kairui

Fashion-Style Sadly, the art of the dress has become the latest casualty in our progressing love of all things casual. Dresses are going the way of gentlemen who open doors for others and ladies who would never be caught without a hat in public. I too am a sufferer of this sad aliment. It is just too easy to fall out of bed, pull on a t-shirt and pair of jeans and run to class or select a button-down shirt with a pair of coma inducing trousers and wander to work. This is where the dress enters in. Dresses show that the woman wearing it is in charge and wants to be seen at her best. Also dresses skim over and lessen every problem area imaginable. However, a dress can be intimidating to wear and accessorize. These steps will simplify that possibly daunting task. 1. Consider the event. If you have been invited to an international gala complete with foreign dignitaries you will not be showing up in a jersey wrap-dress but a full length, graceful gown. Just as attending your childs soccer game does not require satin, sequins or trains, it calls for a casual shirt dress with flat boots or sandals. 2. Identify your target group. Consider your audience. If you are going out with the girls, feel free to wear trendy, over the top outfits. If you are going to a work party of mixed company consider more classic lines and styles. 3. Select the dress. The dress is the foundation, the bedrock on which you will build a stunning outfit. Pick a style that highlights your favorite feature. You can almost never go wrong with black. However, if you are feeling bold pick a jewel tone for evening and a bright color for day. 4. Select shoes. This is probably the most important part of your dressing process. Not only do the right pair of shoes make an outfit magical, but shoes can also reversely destroy your day if they hurt too much to move in. If the event you will be attending requires you to be on your feet the whole time (from attending an inaugural ball to picking up the necessities at the grocery store) please pick footwear that will go the distance. Read: This does not mean orthopedic! The key is to balance beauty and comfort. A patent heel will always work for evening. For day a shorter heel or flat is usually best. The recent theory in shoes and accessories has been to flow with and not match the outfit in question. Flowing can take years of practice and observation, and can be difficult to describe. Fear not! This spring will be full of matchy-matchy outfits. So feel free to match your shoes to your outfit. 5. Find the proper bag. The same shoe matching principle goes for your bag. You can even match your shoes and bag exactly. Picking the right size of bag is also important. I keep to the general rule, the fancier the event, the smaller the bag. 6. Single out jewelry. Keep in mind you are not on a shock-and-awe campaign. If you decide to wear a cocktail ring you should leave the big bracelets at home. It isnt necessary either to wear a huge necklace and enormous earrings. The goal is to find and focus on one or two great pieces. 7. Determine if something else is needed. Sometimes an outfit has the shoes, the bag, the jewelry and it feels incomplete. These other accessories can include a belt, headband, scarf or colored tights. If this is the case then pick one of these accessories. 8. The evaluation. Now, the outfit is assembled. You have four minutes before you are to leave the house. Stop. Take a good look at yourself in the mirror. Now, seriously consider removing one of accessories you have on. Granted the shoes and bag are staying, so look for areas of congestion. For example, if you have on statement earrings and a headband remove one and save it for a later time. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: