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When I started my websites I said, to myself, make them totally different than any other online stores. First don’t just throw a bunch of products on it, and hope someone will buy them. So let’s see? Gee whiz why not put many Posts on it that gives consumers some informative information about these products in advance? For example, Dress Buying Guide? How about Tips for choosing the right correct handbag? Or how about How to buy the correct shoes? So on every product page there’s a short informative introduction related to that product category.

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Here you will find many categories to put your entire fashion outfits together. All of these fashion products can be found by clicking on the menus above, or any image on this page.

Laddies Dresses

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There exist many types of Lady dresses, you must know a bit about them since you shouldn’t wear whatever you want for every occasion. What I mean is that some styles are more appropriate than others for a wedding or a business dinner, for instance.

Learning about dresses is key to choosing the right one for your body shape. Some dresses are better than others to highlight or hide certain parts of your body. If you have no clue about what to wear for specific occasions, you’re in the right place.

If you have to attend a garden party, you should consider wearing a floral cocktail dress. Garden parties tend to be casual or semi-formal. Thus, there’s no need to wear a long dress. You can combine your floral dress with a pair of sandals or wedge shoes.

Casual dresses are perfect for casual daytime, some casual evening events, weekends, business casual events, etc. You can dress up or down depending on the occasion. But mainly, the casual dress code for women is identified with being comfortable and effortlessly chic.

Flapper Dresses

How to Dress Like a 20s Flapper Girl

The roaring twenties will forever be remembered as the decade of flappers. “Bright Young Things” dressed up in their flapper dress for a night on the town at a dance hall or in an illegal speakeasy. What did flappers wear? Free of the moral and physical constraints of the previous decades, flapper costumes were loose but glamorous. During the day flappers dressed in drop-waist dresses with a small belt or wide sash to accent the hip line instead of the waist. Flat chests further enhanced the boyish flapper outfit. The evening brought out knee-length and longer fringe beading and sequin flapper dresses with rhinestone and feather headbands creating a fun and feminine flapper outfit.

The short fringe flapper dress costume as we know it today is not accurate to the decade. It was a style developed in the late ’50s early ’60s that used the short shift dress of the decade as its base.  The first The Great Gatsby movie premiered in 1974, influencing some dazzling disco fashions of the decade.

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Flapper Accessories

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Flapper Accessories were a key part of the 1920s look. The  accessories were extravagant, big and opulent. Taken from the art deco and Egyptian style, beaded bags, feather boas and embellished head bands were the accessory of choice for evening. Pearls were a staple accessory encouraged by the designer Coco Chanel. Her simplistic outfits were always seen dressed up with strings of pearls. Women were now been seen smoking in public making cigarette holders and cases an added statement of good style. At the beginning of the twenties women’s shoes still had a pointed toe but were gradually becoming more rounded. Around the mid Twenties the Cuban style and Mary Jane style of shoe gained increasing popularity. The shoes were seen as ‘high heels’ for the era, however, only reaching around two inches. Hats were a popular women’s accessory during this period. They created a simple and elegant look. In the early part of the decade simple  hats with brims were worn, later on the rimless cloche hat became fashionable mid twenties. The hat was only wearable with a short and flat hairstyle due to the close fitting design. With the hat pulled over the eyes, the style effected ladies posture as it was necessary for them to tilt their heads upwards in order to see.

Ladies Suits

Whether you’re building a professional wardrobe to wear at the office or looking for the perfect outfit for a wedding or other special occasion, you can’t go wrong with a proper suit set. The options may seem overwhelming at first, but learning about the various styles, colors, materials, and patterns available makes choosing a women’s suit much easier. Learning how to pair other items with your suit also helps you pull off a modern, polished look.

Styles

Choose suits that flatter your body type. To appear taller, go for a suit set with an A-line or pencil skirt. If you have more of a pear shape with larger hips, opt for a pant suit with a bit of flared leg to balance out your silhouette. For women with curvier builds, you can’t go wrong with a classic fit suit set, but avoid a pleated skirt that adds more bulk to your body.

Skirt suits are typically preferable for more conservative environments. Your skirt should fall close to the knee, and your jacket should be tailored and well-fitted, hitting at your waistline.

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Ladies Blazers

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Like many women, I adore wearing blazers and jackets, especially in the workplace. They’re sure to add structure and polish to any outfit.

The problem is, they can be tricky little beasts.

Very few women — no matter what their shape or size — can waltz into Ann Taylor and grab off-the-rack blazers that fit perfectly in every way. Want to get that sharp, professional look? You’ll need to haul your jackets to the tailor.

It still helps to buy blazers that fit as nicely as possible, if for no other reason than curbing those alteration fees. Here’s what to look for:

1. Shoulders first

Shoulder alterations are complex and costly. Find a style that fits your shoulders and you’re already ahead of the game.

However, most women will encounter shoulder-fit quirks. Remember, the shoulder seam of the blazer should hit right where your own shoulder ends. If it falls closer to your neck, it’s too small. If it juts past the spot where your shoulder starts to slope downward, it’s simply too big.

What to look for in the fitting room? Give yourself a gentle hug while wearing the blazer. If it pulls a little, that’s fine. If it pulls a lot, it might not be your best bet

Ladies Sweaters

The Secret to buying sweaters that won’t fall apart

ou found a stylish sweater at your favorite store that looked great off the rack. But after wearing—and washing—it a few times, you see it’s pilling up, or linting off on everything it brushes against, or even starting to fall apart at the seams. Don’t make that mistake again. We spoke to experts to find out how to choose sweaters that will last.

Reach for natural fibers first

The top recommendation from the experts we interviewed: If you want a sweater to be with you for longer than a season, stay away from synthetic yarns containing acrylic, rayon, and/or polyester

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“Higher quality sweaters tend to be composed of natural fibers, such as merino wool, cashmere, alpaca, and linen,” says Celia Cahill, Vice President of Off-Site Education at the Knitting Guild Association. “Many commercial sweaters are made of acrylic and acrylic blends, which are usually easier to care for and washable, but are not as breathable and comfortable to wear, and don’t always wear well over time.”

If possible, try to stick with one natural fabric per sweater, rather than blends. This won’t always be possible—100 percent cashmere sweaters are luxurious, yes, but they often have luxurious price tags to go along with them—but it can be helpful to narrow down your purchasing options if you decide to get sweaters made with only one or two natural fibers. Having a sweater made of just one material also helps prevent pilling and degradation of the sweater over time. 

That said, you don’t have to stick with just one staple natural fiber to fill your sweater drawer. Maggie Mee, head of merchandising at Trunk Club, says buying sweaters in a wide range of fabrics is a great way to keep them in your wardrobe year-round. “I recommend starting with a high-quality cashmere sweater. It’s so cozy and makes a timeless addition to your wardrobe that will last for several seasons,” she says. “If you live in a cooler climate, a wool sweater is great for keeping you warm. Cotton sweaters are perfect fall and spring transition pieces and usually are more cost-effective than heavier sweaters.”

You can also grab the odd acrylic or poly blend, if it’s a piece you really love and you understand it won’t be the coziest thing you own, and it probably won’t be with you forever.

Laddies Handbags

Why is important for a lady to have a Handbag?

It’s the arm candy no girl can live without. Get carried away with the “it” accessory of, well, every season! Whether it’s fun and flirty, seriously stylish or practical with a purpose, we’ve got all the handbags you’re looking for. Check out classic silhouettes you definitely need in your collection and discover styles reinvented with edgy elements and trending details that you’ll definitely want.

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Ladies Skirts

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Skirts come in a wide variety of lengths and types. This comprehensive guide explains the differences and how to wear them. As with all apparel, skirts can be made in a variety of different fabrics — which typically determines if the skirt is casual, professional, or suitable for evening wear.

Short Skirt Styles

Nothing showcases a great pair of legs like a short skirt. These hit above the knee, but they still come in several shapes and fabrics to suit almost any occasion (except maybe school or work).

Mini-skirts

The term mini-skirt is used to describe skirts with hemlines that are well above the knee, often halfway up the thigh. This skirt was popularized in the “Swinging Sixties,” with designer Mary Quant and model Jean Shrimpton bringing the style into prominence.

Ladies Shoes

Find the Most Flattering Shoes:

  • Boots: For the most flattering boots, make sure they don’t cut off your leg at its thickest point. Most women’s legs are narrowest right under the knees, and knee boots are generally very easy to wear. Boots with a bit of stretch can make heavy ankles and calves appear narrower.
  • Heels, pumps, and wedges:With so many styles of high heel shoes, there are many things to consider.
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Ladies Hats

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From Jackie O’s classic pillbox hats to Josephine Baker famously breaking gender roles by sporting a top hat with a tuxedo, to Lady Gaga’s famous Pink Hat – women have been using head wear to make statements for generations. With an endless array of hat styles to choose from, it’s important to know when to wear what so you’re making the right statement with the hat you choose to wear. That’s where we come in. Read on for a quick go-to guide on when and with what to wear some of the most iconic and illustrious women’s hat styles. And as a bonus, we’ve included a little history about each style so you can brush up on your trivia knowledge!

Ladies Overcoats

They’re the clothing you wear the most when it’s cold outside, and they’re one of the larger apparel investments that you’ll make: They’re your coats, and when you shop for outerwear, you’ll want to know just what to look for. Here’s what to look for when you’re shopping for them, which ones you’ll want to have in your closet, and which styles will be flattering on you.sequin flapper dresses  with rhinestone and feather headbands creating a fun and feminine flapper outfit.

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Children’s Clothing

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Though it often sounds exciting, buying children’s clothing for your kid can sometimes be truly challenging! The reasons aren’t hard to guess. If your child is a preteen, he or she’s more likely to throw tantrums than you’d expect your toddler to do. Preteens and teens are quite choosy and fussy when it comes to making a decision with dresses. Therefore, your sanity is at stake if you’ve ever thought of planning to buy them an outfit. However, buying for infants isn’t completely a peaceful activity. The sooner you bring a dress home, you’d find your little one to have outgrown that dress-it’s that fast they grow! Well, so given the madness in making a choice, here are some tips for busy mommies and daddies to help them on their buying.

Tip 1: Size matters when you’re buying for the toddler. They grow so helplessly fast that a 0-3 month size won’t survive their fit for long. Be wise and buy ahead of their current size. Go for a 6-9 fit. Exchange any such unwanted sizes with bigger fits.

Tip 2: Borrow as much as possible as it’s not worth buying continuously for the fast-growing infant. Thus, used clothes are often a great idea, especially with sleepers, undershirts and oversize.

Tip 3: Watch out for sales, discounts or auctions at local stores to cut down the cost on baby clothes, which your infant would hardly wear for a few days or may be weeks.

Tip 4: Always go for easy-to-wear and easy-to-open baby clothes, which the little ones can feel comfortable in and also the parents would enjoy handling.

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Men’s Overcoats

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Buying an overcoat could be tricky if you have no idea about the fabric, color, fit, and quality. But don’t worry, we’ve put together this guide that will help you choose the perfect men’s overcoat.

Topcoat, Overcoat, and Greatcoat

Before we get started, allow me to explain what is the difference between a topcoat, an overcoat, and a greatcoat.

These 3 items could cause confusion if you don’t understand their distinction.

  1. An overcoat is a long coat that is intended to be worn as the outermost garment. The length usually extends below the knee.
  2. A topcoat is a lightweight overcoat. The trench coat falls under this category.
  3. A greatcoat, also known as a watch coat, is a heavy, bulky overcoat that has its root in the military.

Men’s Slacks

Pleated Front or Flat-Front

Pleated front pants work well if you have larger thighs or if you carry extra weight low on your torso. One or two pleats can give a classic look to dress pants, but they can be too much on a slim man. This style requires a cuff. Flat front pants have a modern style which flatters men with slim builds. If you have larger thighs, this style may not accommodate your size.

With or Without Cuffs

Cuffs are flattering on tall, lanky men, and pleated pants need the weight of a cuff to hold the pleat in place. Shorter men will look taller without cuffs, and cuffs are not necessary when wearing flat-front pants.

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Men’s Shirts

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A well-fitted shirt is the most basic and important weapon in a man’s sartorial arsenal. A clean and crisp shirt that fits perfectly makes you feel in control, like a boss. Plenty of tiny details — right from collar to hem — go into making a great-fitting shirt. However, buying the right shirt isn’t rocket science. You can find it at economical retail outlets as well as at high-end designer boutiques. Here is a handy buying guide that explains everything you need to know to find your perfect shirt.

Some men overlook the fit and just buy their shirts in small, medium, large or extra-large sizes. Ignoring the fit will only result in baggy folds and creases that look tacky. No matter what the body shape is, one must buy a shirt that fits their body closely.

Men’s Shoes

Dress shoes were synonymous with looking good, but not always with feeling good—at least, not until the recent past. Thankfully, many comfortable and even orthopedic dress shoes for men have hit the market in recent years, offering many options for professional men. Follow our seven suggestions below to choose a comfortable pair of men’s dress shoes.

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Men’s Hats

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Hats have cemented themselves as eternally stylish men’s accessories. From baseball caps to bucket hats, fedoras to snapbacks, men’s hats are a versatile, functional, and stylish addition to any look. They’re also practical and suitable for any season. Rain, hail, shine, or snow, a hat will keep you warm, dry, and sheltered from the sun all while looking great. On top of that, hats can finish off any casual, classy, or eclectic ensemble in a simple yet inspired way. Here are the best men’s hat styles you need to know today.

Cowboy Need we say more? Everyone knows what a Cowboy hat is, if you watched any Western Movie. Just like John Wayne, Tom Selleck, Clint Eastwood wore. or Marshal Dillon in Gun Smoke.

Men’s Suits

A perfect men’s suit acts as armor. It can give you not just protection but a special kind of swag. Nothing can make you feel more confident than wearing that killer suit.

Most men believe that they only need to have one or two suits at hand. But if you want to achieve that confident look and a respectable image, reality dictates that there is a suit for every occasion.

A suit is usually a big purchase for any man.

It means that you have to be aware of many things when selecting the best suit for you before making the purchase.

Buying affordable suits is also something that needs to be considered. But, keep in mind that having one high-quality suit is better than several mediocre ones.

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Men’s Neckties

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How To Buy A Necktie Online

Paying attention to all the details I just went over will help insure you purchase a quality necktie at a fair price.  Notice I didn’t say cheap – at the end of the day, the best ties will cost a pretty penny even when on sale.

However armed with the points in this article, you’ll at least know what quality of tie your getting for your money.

1.  Buy A Necktie That Is The Proper Width

We’ll start with the easy part:  getting the right size. This will serve you well whether you’re buying handmade Italian imports or off-the-rack at Sears. Fashion has widened and narrowed ties back and forth over the years.

Men’s Sweaters

Buying A Quality Sweater

The weather is cold and the holiday season is fast approaching.

Not only for all the seasonal activities going on, but also for the fact that I get to wear one of my favorite layering options the sweater!

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Men’s Blazers

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Every man should have a selection of blazers in his wardrobe: they’re great for occasions when you want to look put-together, but a suit would be a bit much.

There are a lot of things you need to consider when buying a blazer. What kind of style should you go for? What should you wear with one? Which material is best? If you don’t know what you’re looking for, blazer shopping can be quite difficult, and this can put some people off.

What is a blazer? In short, a blazer is a jacket that doesn’t form part of a suit, but is considered appropriate for formal wear.

There is some disagreement about when the blazer was born. Some believe they were first worn by rowers at Cambridge, who used the jackets as glorified athletic windbreakers. They were a very bright shade of red and it’s said that the term ‘blazer’ came from their fire-like colour.

Bathrobes

Make your morning routine less mundane with bathrobes that are comfortable for lounging and sufficiently warm. Whether you want to surprise someone with a classic men’s robe or give a luxurious women’s robe as a gift, there are many different styles and fabrics that will allow you to find the perfect present. Read on for tips on buying robes for every member of your family.

Pick a fabric.

If you use a bathrobe as a replacement for a towel after bathing, make sure it is made from absorbent terry cloth. For an extra-plush robe, look for styles made with Egyptian cotton. If you prefer to wear a lighter robe during summer months, an airy cotton or silk robe is your best option. Long robes made from chenille or fleece may not work well for wicking away moisture, but they are perfect for wrapping up on a cold day.

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