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Winter Wedding, Is it Possible?

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With more people are opting for summer or fall weddings, doesn’t mean you cannot have a stylish winter wedding. There are a few things you need to consider, though, as winter brings some malicious temperature and some hurdles to consider. The possibility for a snowfall, for one, is important to look at.

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The Dress

As the weather would turn your beautiful self into a purple popsicle, an outdoor wedding might be inappropriate. But, if you do opt out for an outdoor wedding, make sure that your dress can help you fight the cold temperature. Choose a dress which can be worn with a beautiful outer coat but also can stand for itself once the reception is moved indoors.

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The Food

There are no strict rules as what to serve during winter wedding. But, consider the chill weather, warm soup, and hearty comfort food during dinner time might be more appropriate than say, an ice cream for dessert. Spiced cider as the side drink would warm your guests. Another great option? A decked out coffee bar with extras like whipped cream and chocolate shavings will warm everyone up.

 

 

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The Decorations

Snow is pretty. Why not bring the snow as part of decoration even though you have an indoor wedding? You can hang garlands of greenery or icicle-like crystals to highlight your dance floor or cake table, and incorporate plenty of candles, pinecones, and glittery details into your centerpieces.

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The Invitation

We know winter season is festive season. But no need to get all exciting and put all the festive mood into the invitations. To keep the wedding invitation elegant, you can add a simple bow, with shiny details for the invitation. A great fan of winter sports? Try incorporating some ski-themed into the invitation.

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Finally, you are ready to prepare your best day in the winter season. Brace yourself, winter is coming will no longer be an appropriate phrase as we just proved winter can also be awesome!

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4 Best Lip Stains For Those Who Hate Lipsticks

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Here’s the thing about lipsticks: They’re kind of high maintenance. Between the meticulous applications, the touch-ups, and that moment when your lips devolve into a dry, prune-like mess, lipsticks can get annoying. But for those moments, we have lip stains. With oil-stain hybrids, balm-like stains, and semi-matte moisturizing stains, you can find the perfect shade and formula for your lips, without having to settle.

Semi-Matte Stain

Unlike most stains, which are, quite literally, a stain on your lips. This stain has a dose of coconut oil in it to give it a hydrating, balm-like finish. Just twist the bottom, wait for the pigment to fill the squishy tip, and swipe it over your lips. After a few minutes, it’ll dry down to a semi-matte finish that lasts through one coffee

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Lipstick-Like Stain

Stains are great and all, but if you’re a person who loves more of an opaque, moisturizing finish, try this creamy formula, which is basically a super-lightweight liquid lipstick that wears off into an even, pigmented stain. Apply it in the morning, and then forget about it for the rest of the day—your lips will look bright for hours.

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Water Lip Stain

This is, pure and simple, a straight-up stain. It’s a thin, water-like liquid (it’s 77 percent water, in fact) mixed with a range of four pigments to give your lips a wash of long-lasting color. Brush it on over your bare lips, then layer with a balm for more moisture.

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Matte Cream Stain

This click-pen stain swipes on like a milky cream but dries down to a completely matte, opaque pigment. It’s basically like a matte lipstick, but without all of the stuff you hate about matte lipsticks (dryness, flakiness, hard-to-apply-ness). Thanks to its hydrating base.

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5 Sportswear For Everyday Wear

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Sportswear or the so-called casual attire seems like a simple idea. Yet, many people are dumbfounded with an idea that casual wear is not necessarily mean jeans and t-shirt only. There are in fact, several casual wear ideas that you might not think of. Here are some sportswear ideas for everyday life.

The Classic Jeans And A Top

A well-fitting pair of jeans and trendy top show your casual side while making you look presentable. This is your opportunity to showcase a little personality, so choose a top that speaks to who you are. For instance, a colorful polka dot top might convey a very fun-loving personality, while nautical stripes might convey a more preppy and reserved personality. Of course, personalities are complex and cannot be expressed singularly, but nonetheless, your patterns and prints can say a lot about you if you want them to. A pony-tail will really make the outfit “sporty” looking, but you could also leave your hair down.

 

 

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Khakis And A Blazer

Ironed dress khakis and a tailored blazer (black or navy) are ideal for sportswear that call for “business casual” attire. Khakis should be dress khakis with a pleat, not cargo or cropped. The blazer should be tailored so that it looks sharp and professional. Do not detract from the outfit with a top that is too bold—in other words, no animal prints or polka dots or loud colors. A neutral color (gray, charcoal or white) to offset the blazer works best.

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Dress Slacks And A Sweater

Dress slacks and a sweater are preppy and slightly formal, but they can be fashionable as well. Pin-striped or solid color slacks (in black, navy or dark brown) can be matched with a more brightly colored sweater. Don’t be afraid to wear bold colors on top—pink, purple or red can be matched with the dark slacks and still look very sharp. You can dress up the outfit with a pearl necklace and earrings.

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Fashion Trend To Watch For Spring 2019

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As the world is waiting for 2019 to approach, what would become the Spring trend in the fashion world has also waited. In addition to delivering Instagrammable accessories and putting on a spectacular show, designers were expected to offer solutions, reactions, or rebuttals. What that means for trends is that there is no single overarching idea. There are many fashion factions, each offering its own remedy.

The Greatest Escape

Against the landscape of a world spinning out of control, designers infused their collections with a wide-ranging sense of wanderlust this season. All this escapism isn’t without politics. ered a potent Prabal Gurung delivmessage of multiculturalism and diversity. With a collection rooted in his Nepalese roots and immigrant journey. Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli eschewed fantasy for the freedom to be who you are every day.

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The Handmade Tale

Designers like Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson, Julie de Libran at Sonia Rykiel, and Gypsy Sport’s Rio Uribe are positing a tech-free future with collections that celebrate the artistry and imperfection of handicrafts. Anderson’s macramé bags elevate the handmade to luxury-goods status. While De Libran’s unfussy net dresses and Uribe’s crocheted tops have an alluring, pastoral simplicity. Consider this a celebration of makers in an ever-machined world.

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Must-Have Bolder Shoulders

Nongender clothing is on the rise. From Maison Margiela and Louis Vuitton to Givenchy. So it’s not surprising that the single most popular item on the Spring 2019 runways was a big, boxy blazer. Sort of mannish in its loose cut but with a feminine edge in its pointed shoulders, this shape works on every body. No matter size, gender, race, or creed.

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50 Shades of Beige

Ten years ago, beige-colored clothing was all the rage at Spring 2009 Fashion Week. Is the return to nude colors a reflection of the politicized body? Or an austerity measure for troubled times? Maybe it’s the commentary on oversharing on social media, a reflection of the ways we conceal and reveal who we are underneath our clothes? Whatever the case, expect to see lots more ladies in buff this spring.

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