Athleisure: (not)sports wardrobe
This style is already fit to call not athleisure (athletic + leisure), but athcasual or even athbusiness. Elements of sporting style are so firmly embedded in the wardrobes that there…

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Athleisure: (not)sports wardrobe
This style is already fit to call not athleisure (athletic + leisure), but athcasual or even athbusiness. Elements of sporting style are so firmly embedded in the wardrobes that there…

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About gold, manicures, hosiery stores, and the injustice of life
How, after all, it's a shame that the biggest hotbeds of the most Terry tasteless are in places that women automatically (and absolutely mistakenly) perceive as the focus of some…

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Layering: new ideas

The way to combine several “tops” in one image at the same time is not new. A bomber or leather jacket under a coat will not surprise anyone at all. But the trend is not outdated, but, on the contrary, continues to develop. And it develops in the direction of complete permissiveness: there are no rules on how and what to combine, what to wear under what (or on what). The main thing is that it looks good in the end.

No, it’s not just for the skinny ones. At least a couple of layers can withstand any figure, I guarantee. You only need to make sure that things are spacious enough. Continue reading

About clothes and men: an interview with a psychologist on a topic I don't write about
At the end of December, I got the idea to talk to someone really competent about a topic that, whether you like it or not, POPs up in every second…

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How to dress short women
Not that I really liked to utter obvious and useless aphorisms (like the immortal" if you want to be happy, be it " by Kozma prutkov), but sometimes life makes…

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A small harmful handbag
It often happens that things that we buy as the most win-win accessory, which should serve us for many years and fit any outfit, play a cruel joke with us.…

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When there are too many rules
I've been obsessed with rules and boundaries all week. I talk about them at a table in a cafe, read them in comments, hear them at seminars, and discuss them…

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