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The slides are easily the comfiest shoe and also the trendiest shoe for spring summer 2018. I see all the fashion girls living in it needless to say instagram is full of slides paired with everything. Newer and fresher styles keep coming and although i have a few can’t resist browsing online for a pair or two. So i did and here are a few that i liked. But before that a bit on styling. Well its super easy. In general slides add a relaxed cool land lazy vibe to a look. They cut the feminity but can be chic depending on the style. Perfect for both city and beach looks they are literally a lazy girls dream. Pair them with the trending straw bags and you are a summer 2018 perfection. 

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Slides shoe trend 2018


The slides are easily the comfiest shoe and also the trendiest shoe for spring summer 2018. I see all the fashion girls living in it needless to say instagram is full of slides paired with everything. Newer and fresher styles keep coming and although i have a few can’t resist browsing online for a pair or two. So i did and here are a few that i liked. But before that a bit on styling. Well its super easy. In general slides add a relaxed cool land lazy vibe to a look. They cut the feminity but can be chic depending on the style. Perfect for both city and beach looks they are literally a lazy girls dream. Pair them with the trending straw bags and you are a summer 2018 perfection. 

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Are you digging the slides shoe trend?

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Love
Chichi


Presenting to you the benefits of changing houses and these pictures of spring in London but first I want to apologize for the inconsistency and the lack of posts here on Thestyletune. We were moving houses and to tell you honestly i have never been a fan of that. The last months have been very overwhelming with the packing unpacking and then setting up the new place. Its two and a half times the size of our old home which has meant a whole lot of new stuff to be bought, refurbished and diy. Its been entirely consuming and has taken its toll on me both emotionally and physically. Whilst we still are putting in the work to set it up i have come to the realization that moving houses is genius atleast for your wardrobe. Here's why


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  1. An opportunity to do a total declutter. Omg incredible. Even though i have made donating / giving to family and friends pieces from my wardrobe a habit over the last year. Moving out made me declutter like no other. It helped me easily give away things that i was holding on to. A change in place sort of cut the emotional element that is hard to break. 
  2. An opportunity to donate / give to family and friends. This is an extension of the first point. I was able to donate / give 2 bags of clothes 1 bag of shoes 2 bags of bags. I always feel great when i donate / give and the people who get the stuff feel great as well. My cousins are super happy because all the stuff they get is of great quality and they don’t have to shop haha!
  3. A new way of organization. The new place called for a new setting for my wardrobe and that meant a new and improved way to organize it. Now my wardrobe is organized as per wearability and season as compared to my last wardrobe which was set as per items of a similar kind kept together. A new organization style adds freshness even if the pieces are old and the same. 
  4. An opportunity to identify the shortcomings of the wardrobe. Well after you declutter and give away you can see the gaps. In my wardrobe i see i need a few summer dresses and going out tops. 

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    What i wore - Denim, Sweatshirt, Boots - Zara

    Well i have said no city does christmas like london well none does spring as well too!! I am a denim girl and pink with denim is one of my favs reason is balance you know. blue is said to be masculine and pink is said to be feminine and together they are create balance. 

    Would love to know if you have any tips on why and how changing houses is beneficial for your wardrobe. 

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                                 When to spend on the service of a professional
                                 Easy tips on how to find personal style
                                What to wear in London in spring summer 
                                London Instagram guide

    Love 
    Chichi

Moving houses is genius for your wardrobe


Presenting to you the benefits of changing houses and these pictures of spring in London but first I want to apologize for the inconsistency and the lack of posts here on Thestyletune. We were moving houses and to tell you honestly i have never been a fan of that. The last months have been very overwhelming with the packing unpacking and then setting up the new place. Its two and a half times the size of our old home which has meant a whole lot of new stuff to be bought, refurbished and diy. Its been entirely consuming and has taken its toll on me both emotionally and physically. Whilst we still are putting in the work to set it up i have come to the realization that moving houses is genius atleast for your wardrobe. Here's why


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  1. An opportunity to do a total declutter. Omg incredible. Even though i have made donating / giving to family and friends pieces from my wardrobe a habit over the last year. Moving out made me declutter like no other. It helped me easily give away things that i was holding on to. A change in place sort of cut the emotional element that is hard to break. 
  2. An opportunity to donate / give to family and friends. This is an extension of the first point. I was able to donate / give 2 bags of clothes 1 bag of shoes 2 bags of bags. I always feel great when i donate / give and the people who get the stuff feel great as well. My cousins are super happy because all the stuff they get is of great quality and they don’t have to shop haha!
  3. A new way of organization. The new place called for a new setting for my wardrobe and that meant a new and improved way to organize it. Now my wardrobe is organized as per wearability and season as compared to my last wardrobe which was set as per items of a similar kind kept together. A new organization style adds freshness even if the pieces are old and the same. 
  4. An opportunity to identify the shortcomings of the wardrobe. Well after you declutter and give away you can see the gaps. In my wardrobe i see i need a few summer dresses and going out tops. 

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    What i wore - Denim, Sweatshirt, Boots - Zara

    Well i have said no city does christmas like london well none does spring as well too!! I am a denim girl and pink with denim is one of my favs reason is balance you know. blue is said to be masculine and pink is said to be feminine and together they are create balance. 

    Would love to know if you have any tips on why and how changing houses is beneficial for your wardrobe. 

                                 How to not be a shopaholic
                                 When to spend on the service of a professional
                                 Easy tips on how to find personal style
                                What to wear in London in spring summer 
                                London Instagram guide

    Love 
    Chichi

Comparing ourselves or our lives to someone elses is the most ridiculous of things because it breaks the underlying rule of comparison i.e homogeneity. We are all unique and so are our lives and situations. There are not even two people in the world with the same body, mind, soul, upbringing, family, DNA, experiences, work, passions, etc etc. So why even bother comparing. It should not be even said that comparison kills all. Takes happiness away and puts frustration in its place. 

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Luckily for me i have not got into its trap. Well i wouldn’t say i have never compared myself to anyone but i haven’t been in that state for much time and have been able to zap myself out of it. What helps me? well here they are.

  1. Understand and consider it 100% true that we do not really know the struggles of other people. So if you find someone with the kind of life that fascinates you remember they have their own struggles and you don’t know how bad they are. There is a big chance that after you learn about the struggle you find your life better off. And you would rather choose your own life than the ‘fascinating life’ full of those struggles. 
  2. Don’t believe anything that you see on social media because people no matter how real they keep it post edited filtered versions of their life. You see those crazy travel pictures in Santorini and wish ah how good is her life. I wish i got to wear what she is wearing and travel to such stunning locales and also get a picture or two. But what you don’t know and see is that for those images one has to be waking up early even on what is supposed to be a holiday, get ready and leave with a few outfits to shoot in a bag ( its heavy). Without having breakfast. Fighting with your partner even, because he is not happy that you turn holidays into work. 
  3. We often are comparing our failures to peoples success. Highlight to back reel. Absurd isn’t it. 
  4. Keep the focus of your life on your self. So when you think, think about what you want to do, what life you want to live, what truly makes you happy, what keeps you inspired, etc. Do not take the focus on what others are doing with their lives. 
  5. Be grateful for the things and people you have in your life. The constant urge for better and better creates restlessness and triggers comparison. Being grateful will always keep you content and happy with what you have and give you inner peace. 
  6. There is nothing called universal perfect. Perfection is what we think is perfect and it does not hold for everyone. So if you really want to look at it you are a perfect person physically, mentally, emotionally. You have the perfect life, family, career, everything because there is no perfect in the world.
  7. All of us are unique with unique bodies, experiences and thoughts so be confident of yourself. Your uniqueness is your USP! Comparison will make you small, insecure and vulnerable and that is the energy that you will radiate. What a shame isn’t it. Be confident of your unique self and path and remember what is meant for your greatest good will never skip you. 
  8. Accept yourself. The most common comparison women do is comparing their beauty and their body with someone else’s. Remember what i said in point 6. You are just as beautiful and your body just as great as you think it is. In my teenage and most of my 20s i hated my belly fat. My definition of beauty was a girl with a thin waist and i looked at the tiniest waists of models and actreses and that made me feel even worse. So realization came and i accepted my body and trust me it has been the greatest stress relievers of my life. Lol even when i struggled in my mind with my belly fat there were people who told me my body was perfect to them, so you get my point!! If you feel you want to have a certain kind of a body first see the reason you want it. Is it in comparison to someone which should be shunned straight away or for positive reasons like for your health, strength etc.
  9. The only person you should compare yourself is with the person you were yesterday. So work on your shortcomings, work on the dream life, work on your goals with the aim of out performing your yesterday self and no one else. 
  10. Get inspired but don’t compare. Well there is a very thin line between the two. Often we start with inspiration but move to comparison. Just to spell out the difference inspiration motivates and leads you to pursue your goals in a healthy and positive way whereas comparison demotivates and even though sometimes makes us to pursue goals, does so in a negative way. You never feel content and happy with neither the process nor the achievement. 
  11. Surround yourself with people who clap at your success, inspire you, lift you higher, make you happy and see the greatness in you even when you don’t see it. They add to your well being and indirectly also prevent you from indulging in negative activities like comparison.

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What i wore - Trousers, Shoes, Top - Zara

I took these pictures at the stunning St. Aymes cafe London where i had wanted to visit ever since  Such a beautiful pretty cafe and i love their cupcakes!! And so instagrammable! Cant wait to go back.

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                            Why emotional honesty is important
                            London Instagram guide

Love 
Chichi



11 ways to stop comparison to others


Comparing ourselves or our lives to someone elses is the most ridiculous of things because it breaks the underlying rule of comparison i.e homogeneity. We are all unique and so are our lives and situations. There are not even two people in the world with the same body, mind, soul, upbringing, family, DNA, experiences, work, passions, etc etc. So why even bother comparing. It should not be even said that comparison kills all. Takes happiness away and puts frustration in its place. 

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Luckily for me i have not got into its trap. Well i wouldn’t say i have never compared myself to anyone but i haven’t been in that state for much time and have been able to zap myself out of it. What helps me? well here they are.

  1. Understand and consider it 100% true that we do not really know the struggles of other people. So if you find someone with the kind of life that fascinates you remember they have their own struggles and you don’t know how bad they are. There is a big chance that after you learn about the struggle you find your life better off. And you would rather choose your own life than the ‘fascinating life’ full of those struggles. 
  2. Don’t believe anything that you see on social media because people no matter how real they keep it post edited filtered versions of their life. You see those crazy travel pictures in Santorini and wish ah how good is her life. I wish i got to wear what she is wearing and travel to such stunning locales and also get a picture or two. But what you don’t know and see is that for those images one has to be waking up early even on what is supposed to be a holiday, get ready and leave with a few outfits to shoot in a bag ( its heavy). Without having breakfast. Fighting with your partner even, because he is not happy that you turn holidays into work. 
  3. We often are comparing our failures to peoples success. Highlight to back reel. Absurd isn’t it. 
  4. Keep the focus of your life on your self. So when you think, think about what you want to do, what life you want to live, what truly makes you happy, what keeps you inspired, etc. Do not take the focus on what others are doing with their lives. 
  5. Be grateful for the things and people you have in your life. The constant urge for better and better creates restlessness and triggers comparison. Being grateful will always keep you content and happy with what you have and give you inner peace. 
  6. There is nothing called universal perfect. Perfection is what we think is perfect and it does not hold for everyone. So if you really want to look at it you are a perfect person physically, mentally, emotionally. You have the perfect life, family, career, everything because there is no perfect in the world.
  7. All of us are unique with unique bodies, experiences and thoughts so be confident of yourself. Your uniqueness is your USP! Comparison will make you small, insecure and vulnerable and that is the energy that you will radiate. What a shame isn’t it. Be confident of your unique self and path and remember what is meant for your greatest good will never skip you. 
  8. Accept yourself. The most common comparison women do is comparing their beauty and their body with someone else’s. Remember what i said in point 6. You are just as beautiful and your body just as great as you think it is. In my teenage and most of my 20s i hated my belly fat. My definition of beauty was a girl with a thin waist and i looked at the tiniest waists of models and actreses and that made me feel even worse. So realization came and i accepted my body and trust me it has been the greatest stress relievers of my life. Lol even when i struggled in my mind with my belly fat there were people who told me my body was perfect to them, so you get my point!! If you feel you want to have a certain kind of a body first see the reason you want it. Is it in comparison to someone which should be shunned straight away or for positive reasons like for your health, strength etc.
  9. The only person you should compare yourself is with the person you were yesterday. So work on your shortcomings, work on the dream life, work on your goals with the aim of out performing your yesterday self and no one else. 
  10. Get inspired but don’t compare. Well there is a very thin line between the two. Often we start with inspiration but move to comparison. Just to spell out the difference inspiration motivates and leads you to pursue your goals in a healthy and positive way whereas comparison demotivates and even though sometimes makes us to pursue goals, does so in a negative way. You never feel content and happy with neither the process nor the achievement. 
  11. Surround yourself with people who clap at your success, inspire you, lift you higher, make you happy and see the greatness in you even when you don’t see it. They add to your well being and indirectly also prevent you from indulging in negative activities like comparison.

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What i wore - Trousers, Shoes, Top - Zara

I took these pictures at the stunning St. Aymes cafe London where i had wanted to visit ever since  Such a beautiful pretty cafe and i love their cupcakes!! And so instagrammable! Cant wait to go back.

Suggested post - 6 Tips to fight a bad day
                            Tips to turn around a boring day
                            How to not be a shopaholic
                            Why Instagram obsession needs to stop
                            Why emotional honesty is important
                            London Instagram guide

Love 
Chichi




Once found in board rooms and offices of fashion magazines and the likes, the pant suit is now being found in cafes and streets and i can’t be happier. It automatically translates to empowerment of the female species. I did feel a lot powerful when i wore this red hot number on the streets of Paris. You guys know red is one of my favourite colours and if i was going to wear a trouser suit there could be no better colour than it!!

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This year the trending pant style is the wide leg, good it suits my body type and the double breasted is my favourite in blazers so i didn’t even pay second thought when i spotted the set in Zara. What i also love about a trouser suit just like any matching set is that you have more than 3 outfits in one!! Styling is pretty simple as well, just decide on the top and shoes and you are done. Going by my effortless chic style, i wore mine with a graphic tee, black sock boots and big black button earrings as the only accessory to frolic along the Seine with the Eiffel tower in the background. 

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What i wore - Pant suit - Zara,  Shoes- Zara

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                          - Wide leg trousers in Paris

Thank you for stopping by, see you with my next.

Love
Chichi




The pant suit on the streets of Paris


Once found in board rooms and offices of fashion magazines and the likes, the pant suit is now being found in cafes and streets and i can’t be happier. It automatically translates to empowerment of the female species. I did feel a lot powerful when i wore this red hot number on the streets of Paris. You guys know red is one of my favourite colours and if i was going to wear a trouser suit there could be no better colour than it!!

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This year the trending pant style is the wide leg, good it suits my body type and the double breasted is my favourite in blazers so i didn’t even pay second thought when i spotted the set in Zara. What i also love about a trouser suit just like any matching set is that you have more than 3 outfits in one!! Styling is pretty simple as well, just decide on the top and shoes and you are done. Going by my effortless chic style, i wore mine with a graphic tee, black sock boots and big black button earrings as the only accessory to frolic along the Seine with the Eiffel tower in the background. 

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What i wore - Pant suit - Zara,  Shoes- Zara

Suggested posts- What to pack for Paris
                          - Wide leg trousers in Paris

Thank you for stopping by, see you with my next.

Love
Chichi





Heading to Paris anytime of the year, here are a few essentials that must be packed in the suitcase. I say anytime because these are just classic items that go with the Parisian style all year long. The Parisian style that draws me to the city more than the city itself, haha !! Its really the mecca of effortlessness and i just can’t stop wondering how they do it. And in such majority!!! An average person on the Parisian street is far better dressed than a fashion conscious person elsewhere!!! Such a stylish city, hence!!

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  1. Small block heels or kitten heels or flat shoes- There is no way you can do the cobbled streets in high heels so best leave them at home. 
  2. The colours - The two colours that top are navy and red. Parisians love red and navy be it in the accessories or their outfit!!! The other colours are shades of beige, khaki, brown, white, black. In short neutral colours.
  3. Beret - It was everywhere on the streets of Paris during my trip and i couldn’t be happier. So yes do pack a beret and make it red if possible!
  4. A trench coat - Paris weather is quite close to London’s. Bright and sunny and begins to rain!! So a trench is a must. If its cold you can add layers inside and good to go. 
  5. A tote bag with a zip that can keep all the essentials for your day out. Camera, charger, umbrella, etc. I say with a zip because Paris is super touristy and just like any touristy city got to be careful of pick pocketing. 
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What i wore- Trench, Denim, shoes, Beret - Asos 



So that is a list of Paris travel essentials and here is another look i wore in Paris


Love

Chichi

What to pack for Paris


Heading to Paris anytime of the year, here are a few essentials that must be packed in the suitcase. I say anytime because these are just classic items that go with the Parisian style all year long. The Parisian style that draws me to the city more than the city itself, haha !! Its really the mecca of effortlessness and i just can’t stop wondering how they do it. And in such majority!!! An average person on the Parisian street is far better dressed than a fashion conscious person elsewhere!!! Such a stylish city, hence!!

paris outfit, paris street style, paris spring summer fashion, beret, red beret, trench coat, what to wear in paris, indian blogger, uk blog, effortless chic, parisian chic, french style

  1. Small block heels or kitten heels or flat shoes- There is no way you can do the cobbled streets in high heels so best leave them at home. 
  2. The colours - The two colours that top are navy and red. Parisians love red and navy be it in the accessories or their outfit!!! The other colours are shades of beige, khaki, brown, white, black. In short neutral colours.
  3. Beret - It was everywhere on the streets of Paris during my trip and i couldn’t be happier. So yes do pack a beret and make it red if possible!
  4. A trench coat - Paris weather is quite close to London’s. Bright and sunny and begins to rain!! So a trench is a must. If its cold you can add layers inside and good to go. 
  5. A tote bag with a zip that can keep all the essentials for your day out. Camera, charger, umbrella, etc. I say with a zip because Paris is super touristy and just like any touristy city got to be careful of pick pocketing. 
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What i wore- Trench, Denim, shoes, Beret - Asos 



So that is a list of Paris travel essentials and here is another look i wore in Paris


Love

Chichi



Its official the wide leg trousers are the biggest bottom trend for 2018. I spotted them everywhere in Paris last week and we all agree the streets of Paris are the trendiest and the chicest streets in the world. The skinnies are classics now so don’t fret but if trend is of any sense to you than the wide leg it is. I always loved them because i think just like the skinny they suit my body shape very well but on one point they beat the skinny i.e they make me look cooler. I prefer cool over hot so obviously!!!

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What i wore - Trench - ASOS, Trousers - Zara, Shoes - Zara

I wore this outfit on my first day in Paris last week and i felt absolutely in sync with the Parisians. Effortless and chic. And yes the wide leg trousers were in flocks on the streets of Paris. 

The trench coat makes the look even more cool and the block heels perfect to get the silhouette right and also walk around chic Paris in style. 

I was in Paris for 4 days so i have a couple of outfits and a travel post coming up. 

Love
Chichi






Wide leg trousers in Paris



Its official the wide leg trousers are the biggest bottom trend for 2018. I spotted them everywhere in Paris last week and we all agree the streets of Paris are the trendiest and the chicest streets in the world. The skinnies are classics now so don’t fret but if trend is of any sense to you than the wide leg it is. I always loved them because i think just like the skinny they suit my body shape very well but on one point they beat the skinny i.e they make me look cooler. I prefer cool over hot so obviously!!!

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What i wore - Trench - ASOS, Trousers - Zara, Shoes - Zara

I wore this outfit on my first day in Paris last week and i felt absolutely in sync with the Parisians. Effortless and chic. And yes the wide leg trousers were in flocks on the streets of Paris. 

The trench coat makes the look even more cool and the block heels perfect to get the silhouette right and also walk around chic Paris in style. 

I was in Paris for 4 days so i have a couple of outfits and a travel post coming up. 

Love
Chichi







The other day i was thinking about the women who moulded fashion over the years. Does it intrigue you as well? So here is a post on who are the female icons that have truly transformed how we dress? 

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It’s almost impossible to tell exactly when, how and why a style or trend became fashionable. However, sometimes, all it takes is the drive and power of a single female icon to create a revolution. Check out the leading women fashion influencers and find out how to bring their iconic trends into 2018.  

Marilyn Monroe 
Marilyn Monroe is one of the most recognisable faces in modern history, and someone who is known today for her persona and romances. But when it comes to style, what made Monroe an icon? 

Born Norma Jeane Mortenson, she revolutionised how women thought they had to dress, and made it more acceptable for ladies of her era to wear clothes that weren’t so modest or restrictive. While most ladies naturally opted for blouses, long skirts and high necklines; Monroe showed the world how to wear clothes that showed off your body in an attractive way — and the best example of this was the famous white cocktail dress. 

Have you ever seen The Seven Year Itch? If you haven’t don’t worry — you’ll know exactly what cocktail dress we’re talking about. The ivory frock Monroe wore in the now iconic scene that shows air blowing up from a subway grate, lifting Monroe’s skirt as she playfully tries to push it back down, is an example that perfectly defines how Monroe contributed to fashion. This famous backless dress featured a daring halter-like bodice with a plunging neck and bare arms — a far more risqué design than many 1950s’ women were used to. Similarly, the sheer, strappy dress featuring more than 2,000 crystals that she wore to sing “Happy Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy in 1962 again displayed Monroe’s ability to create an attractive silhouette while fusing sex appeal and high-fashion. 

Monroe was a vulnerable powerhouse whose legend lives on today — some even say the term ‘bombshell’ came about because of her. Her curvaceous figure and ability to exhibit it with class and style today makes her one of fashion’s most celebrated icons. Soon after her death in August 1962, we saw the rise of miniskirts and knee-high boots — both styles that helped women break free of humble fashion during the Swinging Sixties.

Embracing femininity and defying the standards of 1950s’ fashion, Monroe fused her attractiveness with fashion to create an alluring, elegant, feminine appeal and encouraging other women to do the same. Perhaps today, we could even thank Monroe for 2018 fashion-favourites like figure-hugging bodycon dresses, backless jumpsuits and strapless tops.  

Get the style: 
Be confident and ever-glamorous to channel the fashion of Marilyn Monroe. Bodycon dresses will give you an enviable silhouette by flaunting every curve, while Bardot tops allow you to show some shoulder and halter-neck jumpsuits look amazing with a pair of heels. Strapless, fishtail dresses are the ultimate in Hollywood glitz, and anything with metallic or diamante embellishments will help you shimmer like the blonde bombshell herself. Make sure to finish off your occasion dress with pretty pieces of jewellery, too. 

Audrey Hepburn 
As far as film costumes go, Audrey’ Hepburn’s LBD in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of the most revered and renowned looks. Released in 1961, the opening scene of the film depicted Hepburn in a stunning, black Givenchy dress with elbow-length gloves and pearls eating a croissant on the morning after a big party is a beloved part of Hollywood history.  

Interestingly, it was actually around 40 years earlier that the LBD was brought to the fashion world by Parisian designer, Coco Chanel. Featuring on the front cover of Vogue in 1926, it was labelled ‘Chanel’s Ford’ which was testament to its simplicity and accessibility. “Black wipes out everything else around,” said Chanel about the design, and it appears that fashionable women feel the same. The vision of Holly Golightly — Hepburn’s character — revived the high-fashion style and brought it to the attention of fashion-conscious, 1960s’ women who wanted to look effortlessly elegant at a time when women were beginning to be encouraged to think that way. 

But did you know that the dress we recognise today was not the original? Hepburn’s first LBD was much shorter, but the film bosses of the time felt it showed too much of her leg. Consequently, costumer designer, Edith Head, amended the design, which sold at auction for £467,000 in 2006. From the frenzy-creating LBD worn by Princess Diana in 1994, to the LBD donned by Kate Moss to mark a decade with Rimmel London; this simple and sophisticated design was propelled by Hepburn propelled into mainstream fashion where it has stayed.  

Get the style: 
Nobody can go wrong with an LBD, so accessorise it or keep it as simple as you please. This is your opportunity to rock whichever cut and length you feel most comfortable in. Love figure-hugging styles? Get a bodycon dress. Prefer undefined silhouettes? Go for a tunic LBD. Need something truly sensational for a special evening? Opt for a floor-length, fishtail design for classic glamour. 
Mary Quant 
Now, it’s time to discuss the miniskirt. Although some people say other designers got there first, Mary Quant was the main driving force behind it, taking it from the fringes of fashion to mainstream almost immediately. Quant began seriously designing miniskirts around 1964. Sitting around six or seven inches above the knee, the style was revolutionary at a time when young women were still expected to dress like their mothers.

With massive stars of the era including Jean Shrimpton, Goldie Hawn and Jackie Kennedy all donning the iconic miniskirt, the trend soon caught on globally. Unfortunately, during the 1970s, the popularity of the miniskirt waned. However, rock legend, Debbie Harry, brought it back in true PVC style, before Madonna put her own tulle-embellished stamp on it at the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards and 1990s’ girl Britney Spears took it in a fresh direction with barely-there cropped tops.  

Launching during a decade of youth culture and sexual freedom for women, the miniskirt couldn’t have been better timed. Often considered a symbol of female rebellion against the status quo of fashion, the miniskirt is still causing controversy today in certain religions and countries. 

Get the style: 
Miniskirts have never left mainstream fashion, so blending them with your current wardrobe will be easy. Skorts are big in 2018 — so why not go for this style and infuse your current wardrobe with the 1960s? Alternatively, try a frill mini skirt with a cute cami for an interesting outline, or rock an embroidered denim number with a cold-shoulder top when the spring-summer season gets underway. 

Cher 
An icon of 1060s and 1070s style, the bell bottom trouser was actually originally associated with the navy, not fashion. However, the rise of the multi-talented singer, actress and fashionista, Cher, was the driving force behind bell bottoms — potentially the most iconic of all 1970’s styles. 

Thanks to her popularity in the US and UK, Cher’s fashion influence was far-reaching. From the 1965 episode of Beat Club when she sang ‘I Got You Babe’ in flared trousers, to the end of her three-year run on The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour in 1974 where she donned the bell bottoms throughout, Cher really drove the trend. 

Reflecting on the style now, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the bell bottom jean was restricted to ‘hippie fashion’. But Cher brought the bell-bottom jean — which were typically flared from the knee with an opening of up to 66cm — into mainstream fashion via her fame and influence in TV, radio and film; encouraging men and women alike to adopt the style and aiding the fusion of genderless fashion styles.  

Get the style: 
Wide-cut pants are the way forward if you want a retro trend in 2018. Think bell bottom jeans are too retro? Go for a pair of black palazzo pants and match with a cropped top and heels for a stunning, going-out look with just a hint of nostalgia. Or, pull on a pair of nude culottes and team it with a floral Bardot top for the perfect boho, 1970s vibe for drinks and food with friends. 



There are countless more women who have helped change how we dress over the decades. Why not pay homage to these iconic styles by bringing a taste of them into your 2018 wardrobe? 

Love
Chichi

Female icons who transformed fashion


The other day i was thinking about the women who moulded fashion over the years. Does it intrigue you as well? So here is a post on who are the female icons that have truly transformed how we dress? 

female icons who transformed fashion, indian blogger, uk blog, white denim, longline shirt, summer outfit, fresh summer look


It’s almost impossible to tell exactly when, how and why a style or trend became fashionable. However, sometimes, all it takes is the drive and power of a single female icon to create a revolution. Check out the leading women fashion influencers and find out how to bring their iconic trends into 2018.  

Marilyn Monroe 
Marilyn Monroe is one of the most recognisable faces in modern history, and someone who is known today for her persona and romances. But when it comes to style, what made Monroe an icon? 

Born Norma Jeane Mortenson, she revolutionised how women thought they had to dress, and made it more acceptable for ladies of her era to wear clothes that weren’t so modest or restrictive. While most ladies naturally opted for blouses, long skirts and high necklines; Monroe showed the world how to wear clothes that showed off your body in an attractive way — and the best example of this was the famous white cocktail dress. 

Have you ever seen The Seven Year Itch? If you haven’t don’t worry — you’ll know exactly what cocktail dress we’re talking about. The ivory frock Monroe wore in the now iconic scene that shows air blowing up from a subway grate, lifting Monroe’s skirt as she playfully tries to push it back down, is an example that perfectly defines how Monroe contributed to fashion. This famous backless dress featured a daring halter-like bodice with a plunging neck and bare arms — a far more risqué design than many 1950s’ women were used to. Similarly, the sheer, strappy dress featuring more than 2,000 crystals that she wore to sing “Happy Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy in 1962 again displayed Monroe’s ability to create an attractive silhouette while fusing sex appeal and high-fashion. 

Monroe was a vulnerable powerhouse whose legend lives on today — some even say the term ‘bombshell’ came about because of her. Her curvaceous figure and ability to exhibit it with class and style today makes her one of fashion’s most celebrated icons. Soon after her death in August 1962, we saw the rise of miniskirts and knee-high boots — both styles that helped women break free of humble fashion during the Swinging Sixties.

Embracing femininity and defying the standards of 1950s’ fashion, Monroe fused her attractiveness with fashion to create an alluring, elegant, feminine appeal and encouraging other women to do the same. Perhaps today, we could even thank Monroe for 2018 fashion-favourites like figure-hugging bodycon dresses, backless jumpsuits and strapless tops.  

Get the style: 
Be confident and ever-glamorous to channel the fashion of Marilyn Monroe. Bodycon dresses will give you an enviable silhouette by flaunting every curve, while Bardot tops allow you to show some shoulder and halter-neck jumpsuits look amazing with a pair of heels. Strapless, fishtail dresses are the ultimate in Hollywood glitz, and anything with metallic or diamante embellishments will help you shimmer like the blonde bombshell herself. Make sure to finish off your occasion dress with pretty pieces of jewellery, too. 

Audrey Hepburn 
As far as film costumes go, Audrey’ Hepburn’s LBD in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of the most revered and renowned looks. Released in 1961, the opening scene of the film depicted Hepburn in a stunning, black Givenchy dress with elbow-length gloves and pearls eating a croissant on the morning after a big party is a beloved part of Hollywood history.  

Interestingly, it was actually around 40 years earlier that the LBD was brought to the fashion world by Parisian designer, Coco Chanel. Featuring on the front cover of Vogue in 1926, it was labelled ‘Chanel’s Ford’ which was testament to its simplicity and accessibility. “Black wipes out everything else around,” said Chanel about the design, and it appears that fashionable women feel the same. The vision of Holly Golightly — Hepburn’s character — revived the high-fashion style and brought it to the attention of fashion-conscious, 1960s’ women who wanted to look effortlessly elegant at a time when women were beginning to be encouraged to think that way. 

But did you know that the dress we recognise today was not the original? Hepburn’s first LBD was much shorter, but the film bosses of the time felt it showed too much of her leg. Consequently, costumer designer, Edith Head, amended the design, which sold at auction for £467,000 in 2006. From the frenzy-creating LBD worn by Princess Diana in 1994, to the LBD donned by Kate Moss to mark a decade with Rimmel London; this simple and sophisticated design was propelled by Hepburn propelled into mainstream fashion where it has stayed.  

Get the style: 
Nobody can go wrong with an LBD, so accessorise it or keep it as simple as you please. This is your opportunity to rock whichever cut and length you feel most comfortable in. Love figure-hugging styles? Get a bodycon dress. Prefer undefined silhouettes? Go for a tunic LBD. Need something truly sensational for a special evening? Opt for a floor-length, fishtail design for classic glamour. 
Mary Quant 
Now, it’s time to discuss the miniskirt. Although some people say other designers got there first, Mary Quant was the main driving force behind it, taking it from the fringes of fashion to mainstream almost immediately. Quant began seriously designing miniskirts around 1964. Sitting around six or seven inches above the knee, the style was revolutionary at a time when young women were still expected to dress like their mothers.

With massive stars of the era including Jean Shrimpton, Goldie Hawn and Jackie Kennedy all donning the iconic miniskirt, the trend soon caught on globally. Unfortunately, during the 1970s, the popularity of the miniskirt waned. However, rock legend, Debbie Harry, brought it back in true PVC style, before Madonna put her own tulle-embellished stamp on it at the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards and 1990s’ girl Britney Spears took it in a fresh direction with barely-there cropped tops.  

Launching during a decade of youth culture and sexual freedom for women, the miniskirt couldn’t have been better timed. Often considered a symbol of female rebellion against the status quo of fashion, the miniskirt is still causing controversy today in certain religions and countries. 

Get the style: 
Miniskirts have never left mainstream fashion, so blending them with your current wardrobe will be easy. Skorts are big in 2018 — so why not go for this style and infuse your current wardrobe with the 1960s? Alternatively, try a frill mini skirt with a cute cami for an interesting outline, or rock an embroidered denim number with a cold-shoulder top when the spring-summer season gets underway. 

Cher 
An icon of 1060s and 1070s style, the bell bottom trouser was actually originally associated with the navy, not fashion. However, the rise of the multi-talented singer, actress and fashionista, Cher, was the driving force behind bell bottoms — potentially the most iconic of all 1970’s styles. 

Thanks to her popularity in the US and UK, Cher’s fashion influence was far-reaching. From the 1965 episode of Beat Club when she sang ‘I Got You Babe’ in flared trousers, to the end of her three-year run on The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour in 1974 where she donned the bell bottoms throughout, Cher really drove the trend. 

Reflecting on the style now, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the bell bottom jean was restricted to ‘hippie fashion’. But Cher brought the bell-bottom jean — which were typically flared from the knee with an opening of up to 66cm — into mainstream fashion via her fame and influence in TV, radio and film; encouraging men and women alike to adopt the style and aiding the fusion of genderless fashion styles.  

Get the style: 
Wide-cut pants are the way forward if you want a retro trend in 2018. Think bell bottom jeans are too retro? Go for a pair of black palazzo pants and match with a cropped top and heels for a stunning, going-out look with just a hint of nostalgia. Or, pull on a pair of nude culottes and team it with a floral Bardot top for the perfect boho, 1970s vibe for drinks and food with friends. 



There are countless more women who have helped change how we dress over the decades. Why not pay homage to these iconic styles by bringing a taste of them into your 2018 wardrobe? 

Love
Chichi

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