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How To Wear 5 Biggest Street Style Trends IRL

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So far up to this month, we have seen a lot of fashion trends coming and going. From the runways to street style, every segment of the fashion industry takes part in the ongoing trend. The problem with these trends are, sometimes it’s hard for commoners like us to follow and wear them in real life without looking silly. I mean sure, when models wear snake prints blouse New York Fashion Show, they look rather dashing and high fashion. But when we wear them to hang out with our friends, we look more like a Mexican pimp. So, how is it exactly to wear a trend in real life? Lucky for you we have accomplished some tricks to wearing a street style trend in real life so you don’t look like an alien.

Puffy Headbands

No matter what the city is, what the runaway is, puffy headbands are the trend you will always see. From big designer labels to the affordable labels, everyone is putting out the puffy headband for their collection. Wearing one, however, can look too much as we can look like we’re gonna attend the Queen’s event. But if you pair them with your already comfortable clothes like a pair of jeans and a white tee, then your puffy headbands will look more like statement fashion piece. It will up dressed you.

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Snake Prints

Animal print seems to commemorate each season of the fashion industry. Last season it was leopard print that is wooing everyone. This season, snake prints show up everywhere. From coat, blouse, bags, and shoes, making the street style scene looks like Slytherin common room. To avoid looking like a pimp and rather a high-fashion piece, double up your snake print top with a handbag or a pair of shoes. To avoid looking too much, complete the look a pair of dark color jeans.

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Crayon-Colored Suits

Suits have officially graduated from a seasonal trend to a stable for every woman’s wardrobe. The problem arose when the street style scene decided to make the suits in crayon-colored. From bright yellow to bubblegum pink, the crayon-colored suits convinced us that spring already fall upon us. To tone down the excitement of the suits, we recommend you to pair the suits with a white or natural color ankle-high western boots.

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Rain Resistant

Fashion week can be glamorous. But sometimes, attendees also have to deal with bad weather such as rain and snow. To avoid ruining their outfits, lots of people in the fashion industry decided to wear rain-resistant clothing. From elegant raincoat to water-resistant boots. While models can make raincoat looks elegant, we have to be satisfied looking like, well, a walking raincoat. To avoid this, try to dress down your raincoat. Instead, point the attention toward your fabulous boots.

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Tonal Dressing

Thanks to the runaways and the attendees of fashion weeks from New York to Paris, we all now become a victim of head-to-toe matching beige color. As if head-to-toe same color is not hard enough to accomplished, we have to make sure we don’t look like a piece of junk butter walking around the town. To avoid this, you can try to wear outer and pants that are the same shade while the inner and shoes in rather different shades. Therefore, you create illusion distraction while continue to rock the trend.

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10 Casual Spring Outfits That Are Easy To Re-Create

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I love spring. I love the crisp, perfect temperature, the flower, the greenery. But one thing I don’t like is the fluctuating temperature. Dressing up in the morning is always hard. Around this time, however, dressing can be more stressful. The transitional weather means we wear t-shirt and shorts one day, then back to sweater and jeans the next day. This makes me wonder, if only there is a formula easy enough to follow. You know, so I don’t have to think about what to wear in the morning. So, what are the casual spring staples that we should be working into our wardrobe? Well, for one thing, oversize track shorts are apparently not just for gym anymore. Then, slip skirt is back to the radar. While blazer dress is taking the spotlight as it can be a way to look refined with very minimal effort.

Paper Bag Shorts + Button Down Shirt

These two might sound like a weird combination. But trust me when I say that this look does work actually. The button-down shirt is level up the paper bag shorts so they are wearable to wear outside the gym.

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Slip Skirt + Graphic Tee

As I mentioned above, a slip skirt is still very much in the trend circle. Pair it with a graphic tee, and you will look casually cool with minimum effort.

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Blazer Dress + Animal Print Top

Have a business breakfast but still want to look cool? The blazer dress is a perfect option for a business-casual occasion. While the animal print top? Well, let’s just be honest. The top is cool.

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Silk Skirt + Printed Blouse

This pair can be said as the more formal twist of the slip skirt and graphic tee. The printed blouse says business while the silk skirt screams fun all the way.

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Plaid Minidress + Puff-Sleeve Blouse

For those of you who work at creative-based offices, this wardrobe is the perfect combination of creativity and fun. Bonus, you can go straight to a night out after office with this wardrobe.

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Blazer + Jeans

This outfit is also another option of being casual-business. The combination of blazer and jeans are perfect for when the weather is rather chill. If you want to have a fun night out after office hours, wear the blazer without the inner.

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Windbreaker + Trousers

Chilly weather? Well then prepare your windbreaker. What? A shirt underneath the windbreaker? Nah, it’s not necessary. For now, we will try the cool look of windbreaker being tucked into trousers.

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Tie-Dye Tee + Plaid Skirt

Freshest combo of the season, tie-dye tee and plaid skirt somehow reminds me of a barbie. Finish the look with sneakers for a more sporty vibe.

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Sheer Dress + Black Jeans

To be honest, I find this combo rather odd. I never once wear a sheer dress over anything. But apparently, paired with black jeans, the dress looks so much edgier.

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Plaid Pants + White Tee

This combination is similar to the plaid skirt and tie-dye tee combo. The effect resulted from the outfit is also similar. A white tee is a basic wardrobe, always look good with everything.

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5 Stylish And Safe Shoe Options To Wear To The Airport

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The number one rule when traveling is, of course, being comfortable. But, when you are traveling by plane, there are other rules you have to consort to as well. For examples, TSA will always ask you to remove your footwear and put them in the x-ray for security reasons. No matter if you wear flip flops that are only an inch thick. And then, there is another health reason. The plane, just like any public transportation, is full of bacteria. So, be careful with any wound you might get during flying as the bacteria can cause irritation. Due to this, we have to measure the safety of our shoe options when traveling by plane. But at the same time, of course, we want to look stylish. So, what do we do? How we combine these two? Scroll on the list below to see how.

Sneakers

You truly can’t go wrong with wearing a pair of sneakers to the airport. First, they are very comfortable. Second, they provide good support for your feet. Third, they can protect your whole feet, which means, bye plane bacteria. You might think that sneakers can complicate the whole take-off-the-footwear. In this case, we recommend slip-on sneakers as the alternative to the one with ties.

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Pool Slides

Some people might really really want to wear sandals. In this case, wear pool slides with socks. Some years ago, this might sound yucky. But trust me, lately, celebrities have been caught wearing pool slides with socks to the airports. Even though I still believe that pool slides are not necessarily safe for traveling by plane as they don’t provide good support for your feet, but at least the socks keep you safe from the bacteria.

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Low Block Heels

There is no greatest misery than walking around the airport with a pair of high heels while pushing around luggage. But sometimes, the need to look stylish beat our pain. For this, low block heels are a great compromise. For people on the shorter sides, the heels still provide an extra height which makes us look stylish. But at the same time, they are still comfortable for a long walk.

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Ankle Boots

Before your flight, you might wake up and think, “hmm, I want to wear something comfortable, sturdy, but rather polished”. Well, welcome ankle boots. They have the sturdiness of sneakers, yet as stylish as heels. If you want some extra heights, opt out for boots with some block heels. Or else, just choose flat ankle boots for extra comfort.

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Loafers

From all of this list, loafers are probably the option I love the most. They are stylish, comfortable, and easy to slip on and off. The best thing is, loafers can be worn either with jeans, leggings, even dress.

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5 Trends That Will Die By Summer 2019

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You might still cleaning your spring wardrobe, trying to find the perfect spring jacket to wear. But ready or not, summer is quickly coming to our way. As usual, new season means new trend. With new trend, comes the preparation for the new season, purchasing the trends and so on. To help you put these important summer trends into perspective, we pair each of the new trend with the old ones. But, just as with any trend, there is no obligation to follow them. If you feel that any of the new trend below is not for you, feel free to ditch them.

Out: Fanny Packs, In: Shoulder Bag

Last summer was basically an invasion of fanny packs. Whether you prefer to sling around the waist, wear it across your body, or over your shoulder, the trend really ran its course. But no worries, the replacement is just as awesome. The 90s bag trend, the shoulder bag. The style is yet as popular as fanny packs, but it definitely will make its way toward the summer trend.

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Out: Off The Shoulder Tops, In: One Shoulder Tanks

Since three years ago, off the shoulder tops have become very popular. But since then, however, the trend has come stale. Now, let’s be excited with the return of an old, 90s early 2000s trend, the one shoulder tanks. Whatever the color you will choose, this little tank will give you a go feeling for the summer.

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Out: Massive Straw Hats, In: Printed Bucket Hats

Thanks to Jacquemus, summer last year was filled with massive straw hats trend. While looking chic in theory, the trend is more Instagrammable than being practical. For summer this year, we expect to see a more wearable hat trend. Comes in the printed bucket hats. Cool brands like Ganni and R13 currently make noteworthy printed bucket hats. But there is also a more affordable choice such as from Urban Outfitters.

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Out: Short Shorts, In: Long Shorts

Short Shorts have become a massive trend for a couple of years ago. Personally, I’m thankful that this trend is over as they can be very uncomfortable to wear. To replace the uncomfortable trend is than goodness, a more comfortable one. Started with the trend of bike shorts, continued with a short suit, now led us to the return of jean shorts. Completed with great length.

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Out: Pool Slides, In: Heeled Thong Sandals

Athleisure-esque pool slides are officially a thing in the past. The replacement is a much cooler, more stylish counterpart, the heeled thong sandals. The great thing about this new trend is, we can wear them with jeans, shorts, even a midi dress. Even the heels are short enough to be comfortable to wear.

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