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Palazzo Perfect

"It's a new era in fashion and there are no rules"  ~Alexander Mc. Queen

Are palazzos even still in? Lol. I don't know but they're comfortable so let's talk about them.

They are ridiculously easy to wear and so comfortable, you might as well be wearing your pyjamas.

Here are a few tips on how to style your favorite palazzo pants.

•With a fitted tank, tucked in

•With a loose-fitted top to achieve a slouchy laid back look

•With a fitted shirt and/or a blazer

•With a crop top

Make sure your pants are the right length to avoid a clumsy look.

Wear with heels but ensure that the hem of the pants cover the shoes entirely to allow for a sophisticated look.

Now, these pants work better on slender silhouettes but if you're not so slender and would love to rock them, keep these in mind;

•Wear darker colors and shades (darker colors are slimming)
•Pair with a structured blazer; better if it falls below the hips
•Wear in small prints or no prints at all

Until Next Time…

The Happy Dress

"Fashion changes, but style endures" Coco Chanel

Honestly, a shift dress is everything and more. You should have one or two if you're pro "comfortable fashion". You should have one or two if you're pro "glam fashion".
The versatility of this happy dress is absolutely amazing. Your one shift dress can go from casual to formal. It is as easy to dress up as it is to dress down.
It is a plus that the shift dress embraces all body types; slightly boyish or rectangular to the full figured woman.
However, because it has basically no shape or detail, it is likely to look drab or unflattering so; Do; •Pick one with colour or print

•Add a belt to cinch in your waist if you want to show off your figure •Wear one that is slightly tailored 

•Accessorize; sun hats, fedora hats, sneakers and flat sandals- if you're aiming for a casual look and heels(pums or sandals) for a chic look.

The shift dress is non-discriminatory.
There really aren't any "do…