Hello dear, for the second day of the SPFW 2014 Winter I opened my Orange blazer (in the picture he was orange, but live he has a hint of pink). In fact, I was too lazy to think is very much on clothes, but didn’t want to go back to hoticle site. What is a lesson? When you want to use a very strong color and afraid (or too lazy) to combine, go black and white underneath or on top.
I’m not even going to talk about pants emblazoned, because I think we’re past that fear a long time ago. (If not over yet, baby, if you play without fear! What is fattening chocolate and not print. Not to mention that it’s better to be a fatty with style than a false lean with no free will?!)
Well, I’m not much for wanting to “disguise” things, but if you’re still in the process of acceptance, the long and colorful blazer for plus size is one of the key parts that you PRE-CI-SA have in your closet. When open, it creates a verticality that lengthens the torso and the hips at the time bar disguises the width of them. The colors already make all the difference in the look, leave more cheerful, more fun and a colorful blazer makes the look alone, huh?! I have one of each color if my bank account would allow me to hua hua hua.
Hey, it’s nice to have the long blazer, is Yes. But that doesn’t mean that you should always use this template or abandon the other and blah blah blah. There is no rule.
Well, that’s that Cougar. In fact, rolled a few nice makeovers today at SPFW. At the end of the week I had to swing more cool and show here the trends for winter.