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England has been extremely lucky with weather in 2018, don't want to jinx anything but i just can't get over my contentment with it. Autumn was beautiful. It was well pleasant and London killed with the decorations. Its just getting better and better and more and more shops / restaurants / and spots are getting into and getting better with the display game. Here are some of the best spots to see and take photos during Autumn in London.

1. Kynance mews- Top of the list of best instagram spots for photos in London is Kynance mews. The unique arch ladden with red leaves is a sight and the best part you wouldn't find people there so you can take the pictures at peace to your hearts content. 

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2. Covent Garden - Covent garden always has stunning installations. Be it seasonal or some event. The autumn one was epic. 

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3. Belgravia - The lovely neighbourhood has become extremely insta famous ever since Peggy Porschen Cakes graced it with its ever stunning and changing with the seasons installations. It is really my favourite place for pictures in London. No matter what time of the year. You have 4 stunning insta spots in a row. Dominique Ansel followed by Peggy's followed by Moyses Stevens then Le Senteurs.


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4. South Bank - With the river thames as backdrop south bank looks particularly stunning with the autumn leaves.
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5. Hyde park and Regents park - Lush but with yellow, brown and red leaves. These London parks look their prettiest when every leaf turns into a flower.


6. Hampstead heath - This village in the city is a must visit in autumn to find some of the most beautifully covered by autumn leaves houses.

Love
Chichi


Best London autumn instagram spots


England has been extremely lucky with weather in 2018, don't want to jinx anything but i just can't get over my contentment with it. Autumn was beautiful. It was well pleasant and London killed with the decorations. Its just getting better and better and more and more shops / restaurants / and spots are getting into and getting better with the display game. Here are some of the best spots to see and take photos during Autumn in London.

1. Kynance mews- Top of the list of best instagram spots for photos in London is Kynance mews. The unique arch ladden with red leaves is a sight and the best part you wouldn't find people there so you can take the pictures at peace to your hearts content. 

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2. Covent Garden - Covent garden always has stunning installations. Be it seasonal or some event. The autumn one was epic. 

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3. Belgravia - The lovely neighbourhood has become extremely insta famous ever since Peggy Porschen Cakes graced it with its ever stunning and changing with the seasons installations. It is really my favourite place for pictures in London. No matter what time of the year. You have 4 stunning insta spots in a row. Dominique Ansel followed by Peggy's followed by Moyses Stevens then Le Senteurs.


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4. South Bank - With the river thames as backdrop south bank looks particularly stunning with the autumn leaves.
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5. Hyde park and Regents park - Lush but with yellow, brown and red leaves. These London parks look their prettiest when every leaf turns into a flower.


6. Hampstead heath - This village in the city is a must visit in autumn to find some of the most beautifully covered by autumn leaves houses.

Love
Chichi


Skinny or relaxed fit bottom? There was a time when i would only wear skinny fit jeans and trousers. And actually disliked the looser fit bottoms. But thanks to instagram and all the fashion inspiration from the bloggers like i gave relaxed fit bottoms a try and OMG i am a convert. Fallen in love with  straight fits, mom jeans, flared, wide leg! Bring it all!!
The fit of the trouser instantly changes the look as you can see in the two looks below, with the same top and shoes. Relaxed fits have a more cool and effortless vibe which i love! I can't really decide which is my favourite but i do think relaxed is more comfortable and at one time recently i felt a bit claustrophobic wearing skinny jeans having got used to wearing the looser styles recently. 
Let me know in the comments which fit you prefer? 

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What i wore - Jumper - Nakd   Leggings, Jeans, Shoes - Zara


Love 
Chichi

Skinny fit vs Relaxed fit bottom

Skinny or relaxed fit bottom? There was a time when i would only wear skinny fit jeans and trousers. And actually disliked the looser fit bottoms. But thanks to instagram and all the fashion inspiration from the bloggers like i gave relaxed fit bottoms a try and OMG i am a convert. Fallen in love with  straight fits, mom jeans, flared, wide leg! Bring it all!!
The fit of the trouser instantly changes the look as you can see in the two looks below, with the same top and shoes. Relaxed fits have a more cool and effortless vibe which i love! I can't really decide which is my favourite but i do think relaxed is more comfortable and at one time recently i felt a bit claustrophobic wearing skinny jeans having got used to wearing the looser styles recently. 
Let me know in the comments which fit you prefer? 

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What i wore - Jumper - Nakd   Leggings, Jeans, Shoes - Zara


Love 
Chichi


The one trend i have been absolutely in love with is wearing scarves as hair accessory. Just one of those things that can freshen up a look. And its so practical as well. Saving on those bad hair days  plus with the cold weather here definitely want to postpone hair wash to the max possible, lol!!

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What i wore - Skirt, blazer, Scarf - Zara Shoes - Topshop

Zara has a great collection at the moment, i have got all mine from there. Animal print is a great option being one of the hugest trends. Also good idea to incorporate the animal print trend in your look in case you find animal print too much. Another print that has been trending is the Italian scarf print. I have got both!!!

Styling is super easy, because it brings that fun element into the look you can care less about matching etc. 

Love
Chichi


Scarves as hair accessory trend


The one trend i have been absolutely in love with is wearing scarves as hair accessory. Just one of those things that can freshen up a look. And its so practical as well. Saving on those bad hair days  plus with the cold weather here definitely want to postpone hair wash to the max possible, lol!!

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What i wore - Skirt, blazer, Scarf - Zara Shoes - Topshop

Zara has a great collection at the moment, i have got all mine from there. Animal print is a great option being one of the hugest trends. Also good idea to incorporate the animal print trend in your look in case you find animal print too much. Another print that has been trending is the Italian scarf print. I have got both!!!

Styling is super easy, because it brings that fun element into the look you can care less about matching etc. 

Love
Chichi



Without any detours here are two easy tips to wear two checks aka a check on check look / outfit. 

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What i wore - Trousers, Boots - Zara Blazer - Nakd

1. Keep one bold and one subtle. As you can see in this outfit. My trouser has small subtle check and my blazer has big bold check. I am clothed in print but this way the outfit still looks effortless and chic. I would also like to add if there is an area on your body that you want to conceal, for eg if your top part is heavy you can choose to wear small print on the top part of your body and vice versa. 
2. Second tip for wearing two check prints is to stick to neutral colours so you keep the effortless vibe going. Styling it for your body shape you can choose to wear a darker print on the area you want to conceal and lighter print on the area you want to highlight. 


Love
Chichi

Two easy tips to wear check on check outfit


Without any detours here are two easy tips to wear two checks aka a check on check look / outfit. 

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What i wore - Trousers, Boots - Zara Blazer - Nakd

1. Keep one bold and one subtle. As you can see in this outfit. My trouser has small subtle check and my blazer has big bold check. I am clothed in print but this way the outfit still looks effortless and chic. I would also like to add if there is an area on your body that you want to conceal, for eg if your top part is heavy you can choose to wear small print on the top part of your body and vice versa. 
2. Second tip for wearing two check prints is to stick to neutral colours so you keep the effortless vibe going. Styling it for your body shape you can choose to wear a darker print on the area you want to conceal and lighter print on the area you want to highlight. 


Love
Chichi


Wearing two animal prints sounds too intimidating. It was certainly to me until i took the plunge and wore this outfit. Snake print skirt with leopard print scarf and shoes. Extremely happy that it turned out effortless still. The way to wear such striking prints together yet keeping it all effortless is to go with the same colour. My scarf, shoes and skirt are the same colour as you can see. 

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What i wore - Skirt, Scarf, Jacket - Zara,  Shoes - Topshop

Love this look for those lighter cold days when you can still get away with bare ankles. 

Love
Chichi

Easy tip to wear two prints snake print and leopard print


Wearing two animal prints sounds too intimidating. It was certainly to me until i took the plunge and wore this outfit. Snake print skirt with leopard print scarf and shoes. Extremely happy that it turned out effortless still. The way to wear such striking prints together yet keeping it all effortless is to go with the same colour. My scarf, shoes and skirt are the same colour as you can see. 

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What i wore - Skirt, Scarf, Jacket - Zara,  Shoes - Topshop

Love this look for those lighter cold days when you can still get away with bare ankles. 

Love
Chichi


I get secretly obsessed with fabrics. But good news if the obsession happens to be a trend!! Corduroy which is a huge trend for aw19. I am obsessed with trousers mainly and at present count i own three corduroy trousers. 2 out of which are bought in the last 2 months or so, so i might be on the way to adding a lot more corduroy pieces to my wardrobe. We shall see!! Now about the outfit i love blue and this shade sang to me a lovely melody so i had to get it. I did stick to my rule and imagined at least 5 outfits i could make with this trouser before buying. This is outfit 1 and others will follow as and when. 
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What i wore - Trousers, t shirt, boots- Zara , Blazer - Nakd 

Styling it i wore a check blazer and black sock boots. Its a great autumn outfit. Corduroy being a thick fabric works perfectly for the colder temps and the check print tends to be more popular in autumn winter as is. This outfit is also a good example of one that can work for casual as well as formal. That is the thing about corduroy it works well for both casual and formal occasions. So if you like this trend as well, good news!

Love 
Chichi

Corduroy trousers autumn winter trend


I get secretly obsessed with fabrics. But good news if the obsession happens to be a trend!! Corduroy which is a huge trend for aw19. I am obsessed with trousers mainly and at present count i own three corduroy trousers. 2 out of which are bought in the last 2 months or so, so i might be on the way to adding a lot more corduroy pieces to my wardrobe. We shall see!! Now about the outfit i love blue and this shade sang to me a lovely melody so i had to get it. I did stick to my rule and imagined at least 5 outfits i could make with this trouser before buying. This is outfit 1 and others will follow as and when. 
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What i wore - Trousers, t shirt, boots- Zara , Blazer - Nakd 

Styling it i wore a check blazer and black sock boots. Its a great autumn outfit. Corduroy being a thick fabric works perfectly for the colder temps and the check print tends to be more popular in autumn winter as is. This outfit is also a good example of one that can work for casual as well as formal. That is the thing about corduroy it works well for both casual and formal occasions. So if you like this trend as well, good news!

Love 
Chichi



Here is my outfit from LFW SS19. I love going to fashion weeks. The buzzing social media with loads of fashion inspiration coming, be it on the streets or the runways. The energy is divine. Having said that this season i got a bit out of love for fashion week. I do hope it changes sooner than later. More on that in another post, today lets just talk about this look which is all about making an impact without even trying, or something like that. 

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 What i wore - Skirt, Shoes, Scarf - Zara , Jumper - Nakd

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Tartan check is one of those classic prints. Come autumn winter and they come alive on the streets of London. I saw this midi skirt on Zara online and knew i had to have it in my collection. So the order was made!! To style, I took the red and black from the skirt and wore a red high neck jumper and my trusty Zara sock boots from last year. Going with colours in a print is the easiest way to style prints. To add a bit of interest to the outfit yet keeping the effortless chic style i tied my hair with a leopard print scarf in matching colours. 
The outfit is comfy, effortless, practical to walk around yet making one stand out in the crowd. 

Love
Chichi


LFW ss19 outfit tartan with leopard print



Here is my outfit from LFW SS19. I love going to fashion weeks. The buzzing social media with loads of fashion inspiration coming, be it on the streets or the runways. The energy is divine. Having said that this season i got a bit out of love for fashion week. I do hope it changes sooner than later. More on that in another post, today lets just talk about this look which is all about making an impact without even trying, or something like that. 

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 What i wore - Skirt, Shoes, Scarf - Zara , Jumper - Nakd

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Tartan check is one of those classic prints. Come autumn winter and they come alive on the streets of London. I saw this midi skirt on Zara online and knew i had to have it in my collection. So the order was made!! To style, I took the red and black from the skirt and wore a red high neck jumper and my trusty Zara sock boots from last year. Going with colours in a print is the easiest way to style prints. To add a bit of interest to the outfit yet keeping the effortless chic style i tied my hair with a leopard print scarf in matching colours. 
The outfit is comfy, effortless, practical to walk around yet making one stand out in the crowd. 

Love
Chichi



Autumn is my favourite time of the year. The light layers and cosiness without having to think about cold cold is just fabulous. Here is the easiest autumn look to wear this year and every year really. A bottom + a dress + a jacket + loafers.  Its a look that makes more use of your summer dress. A good example of how to mix prints in case you find them intimidating. The leopard print loafers paired with the camouflage print jacket.  The outfit is a great example of how to do an fun look that is still minimal. Keeping the colour palette neutral is the trick. Also a good example of how to do the biggest trend of the season animal print in a subtle way

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What i wore - Jacket - Very, Dress - Zara, Jeans - Zara, Loafers - Topshop 

I took these photos in the lovely village Brewood in Staffordshire UK, a quaint little english village with all the charm as you can see. 

Love
Chichi

The easiest layered look for autumn


Autumn is my favourite time of the year. The light layers and cosiness without having to think about cold cold is just fabulous. Here is the easiest autumn look to wear this year and every year really. A bottom + a dress + a jacket + loafers.  Its a look that makes more use of your summer dress. A good example of how to mix prints in case you find them intimidating. The leopard print loafers paired with the camouflage print jacket.  The outfit is a great example of how to do an fun look that is still minimal. Keeping the colour palette neutral is the trick. Also a good example of how to do the biggest trend of the season animal print in a subtle way

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What i wore - Jacket - Very, Dress - Zara, Jeans - Zara, Loafers - Topshop 

I took these photos in the lovely village Brewood in Staffordshire UK, a quaint little english village with all the charm as you can see. 

Love
Chichi

Another fun post today! The title of the post says homecoming for google search reasons but this post is really for any get togethers, reunions or events. A reunion coming up and the decision to be taken is whether to go with a date or in a group? Let’s talk about a few reasons why people would choose to go to their 'homecoming dance' with a date, with their squad, or go solo.

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Going with a Date - When you are in a relationship, going to your homecoming dance with your significant other is a no-brainer. For couples, going to these celebrations will be a chance to enjoy some quality loving moments as you slow dance to the year’s most romantic tunes. Unless your partner is unavailable for the event, then you should have no problems going with a date to this special event. 
If you are not in a relationship but have been eyeing a specific person to share a memorable night with, then this could be your chance to invite them as your date. And this option is not limited to just the boys and men, as girls and women can also ask the apple of their eye to be their homecoming date. The risks of asking someone out as a date would be greatly rewarded should they say yes. If they turn you down, then you’ll have to deal with the sting for a while, but at least you gave it a try. 
Main decision to be made is the outfit, whether you'll like to  wear short homecoming dress 2018 styles  on showcase atm or can you'll go for an eye-catching long gown.  
And yet, while there are significant reasons to go to homecoming with a date, those who are not eyeing specific persons may always opt for group dates.

Going with a Group - If you don’t have a date for your homecoming dance, there really is no reason to worry. One sure-fire way to make sure that your homecoming night is one you will remember for years to come is to attend with your friends. Imagine all the laughter and the lovely pictures you can share with your homecoming squad looking all glamorous in your gorgeous colour-coordinated dresses.

There are a number of reasons why going with a group to homecoming is so much more enjoyable, including the following:

1. You don’t need to go through an awkward date night.
Yes, sometimes people think that they really like somebody but when they get the chance to spend time with them, they turn out to be the kind of people you would rather not hang out with. Dates might be really awkward that you don’t really get to talk to each other, but you’ll never have to worry about this when you are with your friends.
2. Dancing with friends is so much more fun.
These are just two of many reasons why you should not worry about going to any event like homecoming, wedding, get together, any special event without a date. On top of these, no date or squad can make you enjoy celebrations better than yourself. So, yes, if you would prefer to attend by yourself, then go ahead. It’s totally okay to go solo! You and your perfect dress can be the stars of the night if you go for it.

Loved this post you may also love - A guide on what to wear to a hen party

Love

Chichi

Should I Go to Homecoming with a Date or with the Squad?


Another fun post today! The title of the post says homecoming for google search reasons but this post is really for any get togethers, reunions or events. A reunion coming up and the decision to be taken is whether to go with a date or in a group? Let’s talk about a few reasons why people would choose to go to their 'homecoming dance' with a date, with their squad, or go solo.

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Going with a Date - When you are in a relationship, going to your homecoming dance with your significant other is a no-brainer. For couples, going to these celebrations will be a chance to enjoy some quality loving moments as you slow dance to the year’s most romantic tunes. Unless your partner is unavailable for the event, then you should have no problems going with a date to this special event. 
If you are not in a relationship but have been eyeing a specific person to share a memorable night with, then this could be your chance to invite them as your date. And this option is not limited to just the boys and men, as girls and women can also ask the apple of their eye to be their homecoming date. The risks of asking someone out as a date would be greatly rewarded should they say yes. If they turn you down, then you’ll have to deal with the sting for a while, but at least you gave it a try. 
Main decision to be made is the outfit, whether you'll like to  wear short homecoming dress 2018 styles  on showcase atm or can you'll go for an eye-catching long gown.  
And yet, while there are significant reasons to go to homecoming with a date, those who are not eyeing specific persons may always opt for group dates.

Going with a Group - If you don’t have a date for your homecoming dance, there really is no reason to worry. One sure-fire way to make sure that your homecoming night is one you will remember for years to come is to attend with your friends. Imagine all the laughter and the lovely pictures you can share with your homecoming squad looking all glamorous in your gorgeous colour-coordinated dresses.

There are a number of reasons why going with a group to homecoming is so much more enjoyable, including the following:

1. You don’t need to go through an awkward date night.
Yes, sometimes people think that they really like somebody but when they get the chance to spend time with them, they turn out to be the kind of people you would rather not hang out with. Dates might be really awkward that you don’t really get to talk to each other, but you’ll never have to worry about this when you are with your friends.
2. Dancing with friends is so much more fun.
These are just two of many reasons why you should not worry about going to any event like homecoming, wedding, get together, any special event without a date. On top of these, no date or squad can make you enjoy celebrations better than yourself. So, yes, if you would prefer to attend by yourself, then go ahead. It’s totally okay to go solo! You and your perfect dress can be the stars of the night if you go for it.

Loved this post you may also love - A guide on what to wear to a hen party

Love

Chichi


Todays post is a different one its about what shirts do women prefer on men. I have never talked about mens fashion on the blog but why not? Specially if its a post on women's liking on men. 


When choosing a shirt to impress, a few questions might cross a man’s mind: does it match with the trousers? Is the material of a good quality? Is it suitable for the dress code? Something that men should also be asking is – what does this colour say about me?
Research has shown that the colour of a man’s shirt can perceive them in a certain way, if you’re looking to come across as powerful; choose red. If you want to show confidence, always opt for black. With help from Charles Tyrwhitt, experts in gentlemen’s fashion and retailers of men’s formal shirts, lets investigate further and find out which colours women prefer on men.

Choosing the right colour

When it comes to deciding which coloured shirt to buy, there are some that are perceived more positively by the opposite sex. Consider purchasing one of the following coloured shirts on your next shopping trip if you’re looking to dress to impress…

Red

Associated with Valentine’s Day and all things romantic, red signifies love and passion. It is thought that the attraction to red comes from our biological roots – many animals such as baboons are attracted to the opposite sex if they display bright colours. To wear this on a first date might be slightly overpowering, however it does give off some vibes that your date might be interested in.
If you’re looking to demonstrate power and a strong social status, red is a good colour to go for. Research found that wearing red can actually boost the wearers own confidence, which will be a good thing during a first date for women who are looking for a man with some self-assurance. A red shirt can indicate that you have good health and are financially stable, two more things a woman may have on their checklist when looking for a new partner.
In a survey which explored the attractiveness of men in different coloured shirts, red was found to be more attractive than blue or green. This perception was a global consensus - so wherever in the world you go wearing a red shirt, expect to get a similar reception.
However, although the colour was linked to romance it was not associated with the wearer being kind or sociable – perhaps you’ll have to demonstrate these traits through the power of conversation instead.

Black

Although originally kept in the wardrobe for mourning, black is now worn for various occasions by many fashion followers. Similar to red, black can be perceived as the colour of self-assurance – 56% of women said that it inspired confidence. Other comments included that the colour black made the wearer appear more intelligent and sexy – perfect for a first date!
Black is renowned for being worn at classy events. Too much black can be overpowering, so if you opt for a black shirt you should avoid pairing it with a black jacket, pants and shoes too. It is a versatile colour and don’t be afraid to mix and match, for example denim jeans and a black shirt is a good casual outfit for many events. 

White

White was another colour that rated high in terms of clothing. It was perceived to be the least arrogant colour and instead gave off the impression that the wearer was full of optimism!
A white shirt is a nice and classic look for when you are trying to impress at a formal event. However, during research, it was the definitive white t-shirt and jeans combo that caught women’s eyes and was perceived to be the more attractive look for a man. 

Ones to avoid

There are also some colours to avoid when it comes to choosing a shirt. In many surveys revolving around the attractiveness of colour, orange and brown consistently performed poorly. They often are perceived as quite boring, drab colours although a bright orange shirt could brighten up an outfit nicely on a summer’s day.
Pink didn’t go down very well either. Only 5% of people thought that intelligent people would wear this colour!

Other tips

When choosing a coloured shirt consider the following tips too:
·    . Many men look great in a colour that matches their eyes, if you have green eyes perhaps opt for a moss green shirt- a popular colour this season
·    . Avoid wearing dark colours if you have a light complexion, this can really draw your skin tone out and make you appear paler
·    . If you have dark hair, opt for bright colours as these are likely to complement you more.

Love
Chichi

What colour shirts do women prefer on men ?


Todays post is a different one its about what shirts do women prefer on men. I have never talked about mens fashion on the blog but why not? Specially if its a post on women's liking on men. 


When choosing a shirt to impress, a few questions might cross a man’s mind: does it match with the trousers? Is the material of a good quality? Is it suitable for the dress code? Something that men should also be asking is – what does this colour say about me?
Research has shown that the colour of a man’s shirt can perceive them in a certain way, if you’re looking to come across as powerful; choose red. If you want to show confidence, always opt for black. With help from Charles Tyrwhitt, experts in gentlemen’s fashion and retailers of men’s formal shirts, lets investigate further and find out which colours women prefer on men.

Choosing the right colour

When it comes to deciding which coloured shirt to buy, there are some that are perceived more positively by the opposite sex. Consider purchasing one of the following coloured shirts on your next shopping trip if you’re looking to dress to impress…

Red

Associated with Valentine’s Day and all things romantic, red signifies love and passion. It is thought that the attraction to red comes from our biological roots – many animals such as baboons are attracted to the opposite sex if they display bright colours. To wear this on a first date might be slightly overpowering, however it does give off some vibes that your date might be interested in.
If you’re looking to demonstrate power and a strong social status, red is a good colour to go for. Research found that wearing red can actually boost the wearers own confidence, which will be a good thing during a first date for women who are looking for a man with some self-assurance. A red shirt can indicate that you have good health and are financially stable, two more things a woman may have on their checklist when looking for a new partner.
In a survey which explored the attractiveness of men in different coloured shirts, red was found to be more attractive than blue or green. This perception was a global consensus - so wherever in the world you go wearing a red shirt, expect to get a similar reception.
However, although the colour was linked to romance it was not associated with the wearer being kind or sociable – perhaps you’ll have to demonstrate these traits through the power of conversation instead.

Black

Although originally kept in the wardrobe for mourning, black is now worn for various occasions by many fashion followers. Similar to red, black can be perceived as the colour of self-assurance – 56% of women said that it inspired confidence. Other comments included that the colour black made the wearer appear more intelligent and sexy – perfect for a first date!
Black is renowned for being worn at classy events. Too much black can be overpowering, so if you opt for a black shirt you should avoid pairing it with a black jacket, pants and shoes too. It is a versatile colour and don’t be afraid to mix and match, for example denim jeans and a black shirt is a good casual outfit for many events. 

White

White was another colour that rated high in terms of clothing. It was perceived to be the least arrogant colour and instead gave off the impression that the wearer was full of optimism!
A white shirt is a nice and classic look for when you are trying to impress at a formal event. However, during research, it was the definitive white t-shirt and jeans combo that caught women’s eyes and was perceived to be the more attractive look for a man. 

Ones to avoid

There are also some colours to avoid when it comes to choosing a shirt. In many surveys revolving around the attractiveness of colour, orange and brown consistently performed poorly. They often are perceived as quite boring, drab colours although a bright orange shirt could brighten up an outfit nicely on a summer’s day.
Pink didn’t go down very well either. Only 5% of people thought that intelligent people would wear this colour!

Other tips

When choosing a coloured shirt consider the following tips too:
·    . Many men look great in a colour that matches their eyes, if you have green eyes perhaps opt for a moss green shirt- a popular colour this season
·    . Avoid wearing dark colours if you have a light complexion, this can really draw your skin tone out and make you appear paler
·    . If you have dark hair, opt for bright colours as these are likely to complement you more.

Love
Chichi

Making the most of the last leg of summer by going on a holiday. Bliss. Whether its been in plans for months or its a last minute trip, there’s always one hurdle separating from those gorgeous sandy beaches-- packing.


How do you know what you’ll need? You don’t want to leave anything important at home. But then again, what’s worse than dragging a huge heavy suitcase around all week, only to wear just a quarter of what you’ve packed? Let me simplify matters. These are this year’s must haves for a comfortable and stylish vacation. Follow this list to make packing a breeze.


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You’ll need a great bag to hold all your essentials for the beach. This beach bag can also double as a bag to take with you while flying to hold everything you might need while airborne. It’s durable enough to hold up to sun, sand, water, and spilled drinks. It also has an interior pocket so you can keep smaller essentials safely contained and easy to find when you need them. The crossbody strap lets you can go hands free when needed. You might find yourself liking this bag so much you want to keep carrying it long after your trip to the beach.


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This darling one piece looks stunning on just about everyone. The cut out allows you to show just a little bit of skin, while still getting all the advantages of a one piece. This one has a bit of a vintage look that has been so popular in recent years. You’re sure to look elegant and avoid feeling frumpy.
Although it may seem risky, don’t be afraid to order online. Measure yourself to be sure you get the right size, and then click away! There’s a huge difference between a swimsuit that you bought because you hated it least of all the options at the shop, and a swimsuit you buy because you like it. You deserve to lounge with confidence!


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This 3-day nutritional booster from is a must have for feeling your best on holiday. Long flights can lead to dehydration and a general feeling of yuck. There’s nothing worse than showing up at your destination tired and jet-lagged. Holidays are supposed to be refreshing, not feel like a slog. This pack is filled with nutrients that help prevent dehydration and that blah feeling while keeping you energized so you can get the most of out your trip.


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A cute and comfy dress is just the thing for that effortlessly elegant look. This airy blue dress is just the right balance of flowy and structured, so you’ll stay cool while looking great. Plus, it has pockets. It’s just the thing for a day strolling through the town. And the best thing is that a dress is an outfit in itself, so you won’t have to worry about building an outfit that day. Just grab this one and head off to adventure!



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Leave the heels home this year. It’s time for relaxation. Give your feet a chance to relax too by ditching the heels and packing a pair of cute flats. Your feet will still look great, but they’ll be more comfortable and you won’t have to be as careful on cobbled streets. These flats have a cushioned insole for added comfort, and come in a classy black that will go with everything. The best part is the ankle tie, which is removable for an easy way to switch up your look without overstuffing your suitcase.

Love

Chichi

DON'T GO ON HOLIDAY WITHOUT THESE BEST SELLERS


Making the most of the last leg of summer by going on a holiday. Bliss. Whether its been in plans for months or its a last minute trip, there’s always one hurdle separating from those gorgeous sandy beaches-- packing.


How do you know what you’ll need? You don’t want to leave anything important at home. But then again, what’s worse than dragging a huge heavy suitcase around all week, only to wear just a quarter of what you’ve packed? Let me simplify matters. These are this year’s must haves for a comfortable and stylish vacation. Follow this list to make packing a breeze.


don't go on holiday without these best sellers, indian blogger, uk blog, london, blog, baggy duck bag canvas tote

You’ll need a great bag to hold all your essentials for the beach. This beach bag can also double as a bag to take with you while flying to hold everything you might need while airborne. It’s durable enough to hold up to sun, sand, water, and spilled drinks. It also has an interior pocket so you can keep smaller essentials safely contained and easy to find when you need them. The crossbody strap lets you can go hands free when needed. You might find yourself liking this bag so much you want to keep carrying it long after your trip to the beach.


don't go on holiday without these best sellers, indian blogger, uk blog, london, blog, daylight dip one piece swimsuit modcloth

This darling one piece looks stunning on just about everyone. The cut out allows you to show just a little bit of skin, while still getting all the advantages of a one piece. This one has a bit of a vintage look that has been so popular in recent years. You’re sure to look elegant and avoid feeling frumpy.
Although it may seem risky, don’t be afraid to order online. Measure yourself to be sure you get the right size, and then click away! There’s a huge difference between a swimsuit that you bought because you hated it least of all the options at the shop, and a swimsuit you buy because you like it. You deserve to lounge with confidence!


don't go on holiday without these best sellers, indian blogger, uk blog, london, blog, gp nutrition pack

This 3-day nutritional booster from is a must have for feeling your best on holiday. Long flights can lead to dehydration and a general feeling of yuck. There’s nothing worse than showing up at your destination tired and jet-lagged. Holidays are supposed to be refreshing, not feel like a slog. This pack is filled with nutrients that help prevent dehydration and that blah feeling while keeping you energized so you can get the most of out your trip.


don't go on holiday without these best sellers, indian blogger, uk blog, london, blog, h&m blue dress

A cute and comfy dress is just the thing for that effortlessly elegant look. This airy blue dress is just the right balance of flowy and structured, so you’ll stay cool while looking great. Plus, it has pockets. It’s just the thing for a day strolling through the town. And the best thing is that a dress is an outfit in itself, so you won’t have to worry about building an outfit that day. Just grab this one and head off to adventure!



don't go on holiday without these best sellers, indian blogger, uk blog, london, blog, via spiga bailie flats

Leave the heels home this year. It’s time for relaxation. Give your feet a chance to relax too by ditching the heels and packing a pair of cute flats. Your feet will still look great, but they’ll be more comfortable and you won’t have to be as careful on cobbled streets. These flats have a cushioned insole for added comfort, and come in a classy black that will go with everything. The best part is the ankle tie, which is removable for an easy way to switch up your look without overstuffing your suitcase.

Love

Chichi


I am a denim girl, i literally live in my denim majority of the year long!! Last year i did a post on the denim trends of the year and today i am sharing the denim trends from the past the present and what lies ahead in the future. 

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From bell bottoms in the 1960s to extreme ripped jeans in 2018, denim has certainly been through a lot since the release of the blue jean 145 years ago. So, which were the trends that really took off? And, what can we expect from denim in the future?

A step back in time

The blue jean was originally designed as durable workwear for labourers in America back in 1873. But how did denim trends change through the decades?
It wasn’t until the 1950s when denim jeans exploded onto the fashion scene — seen as a rebellious statement. In the 1950s, the straight-legged jean was predominantly worn by males; actors and singers were the ones leading the rugged-look trend.
In the 1960s, when peace and love prevailed, the denim jean entered its hippie phase. Women were now embracing the versatile trouser — it was all about casual styles, bell bottom flares and low-rise fits. The relaxed fit represented the culture at the time and jeans became a staple wardrobe item for everyone.
Denim jackets came onto the scene in this era, and double denim was more than acceptable. Stone washes and bright embroidery were also popular around this time — encouraging DIY denim and personalisation of jean pockets and jackets.
With sales of denim jackets and jeans soaring, there was no stopping designers of the material. Denim skirts and vest tops became big in the 1970s with the celebrities endorsing the style, too.
Up until this point, denim jeans weren’t very fitted — or feminine, for that matter. In 1980, interest in designer denim started to increase and premium brands began to emerge. Leg cuts became skinnier and more fitted, creating a feminine silhouette and a more tailored look for females. It was also around the 1980s when ripped jeans came into fashion and acid wash became popular — a trend that’s toned down since then.
Denim trends were still emerging in the 1990s too. The rise of hip hop encouraged men and women to wear baggy jeans, often revealing their underwear beneath. Thankfully, this trend didn’t stay mainstream for long but denim overalls and ‘shortalls’ have remained at the forefront of fashion, even today. 
The early 2000s paved the way for ultra low-rise jeans, when showing off your midriff was a fashion must-do. Flared trousers also made a comeback, accompanied by a subtler version with the bootcut. Innovations, such as denim stretch technology, meant that skinny jeans were now skinnier than ever and sales from premium brands such as Citizens of Humanity soared.
From then until now, skinny jeans have been most popular — available in a range of washes and fits, they can be dressed up or down for men and women.

What’s hot this season?

Fast-forward to the present day, what’s big this season?
As the sun starts shining and garden parties become more frequent, we’re seeing more people rocking light coloured washes. From lilacs to pastel yellow, denim has certainly transformed from its classic indigo blue colour.
When it comes to cuts and fits, it’s all about denim culottes and cropped legs. Paired with classic summer sandals and a cross-body bag, this look is all about smart casual with a hint of flare inspired by the 1960s.
The hems of jeans are also receiving some attention, it’s these small details that really stand out. Split hems have been popular, adding an edge to a traditional skinny jean. We’ve also seen some lace embroidered hems that add a girly twist to the classic jean.
Of course, denim jackets never go out of fashion either. They’re classic yet contemporary and complement the ‘layering’ trend of recent seasons. Pair with casual culottes and a printed tee, or a floaty summery dress for a stylish summer look.
For the male fashionistas among us, it’s all about straight legs and turn up hems. Styled with on-trend checked patterns, it’s a contemporary twist on a classic look.

Future denim trends

What can we expect from the future when it comes to denim trends?
There are constant developments to improve the wear and tear of denim. This could encourage even longer-lasting denim and therefore one type of jean being fashionable across more than one era. There is also a focus on sustainable denim, as manufacturers try to use recyclable materials and create new blends and standalone fibres.
When it comes to fashion styles, they’re hard to predict. But, we’ve seen the revival of the 1960s and the 1980s this season through a range of trends, so who knows what next season holds. Could it be the return of rhinestone pockets and bell bottom flares?

I can proudly say i have worn most of the variations in denim, tried to link many of my looks so you can check them by clicking on the words and i can't wait for the next!! 

Love
Chichi


Denim trends past, present and future


I am a denim girl, i literally live in my denim majority of the year long!! Last year i did a post on the denim trends of the year and today i am sharing the denim trends from the past the present and what lies ahead in the future. 

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From bell bottoms in the 1960s to extreme ripped jeans in 2018, denim has certainly been through a lot since the release of the blue jean 145 years ago. So, which were the trends that really took off? And, what can we expect from denim in the future?

A step back in time

The blue jean was originally designed as durable workwear for labourers in America back in 1873. But how did denim trends change through the decades?
It wasn’t until the 1950s when denim jeans exploded onto the fashion scene — seen as a rebellious statement. In the 1950s, the straight-legged jean was predominantly worn by males; actors and singers were the ones leading the rugged-look trend.
In the 1960s, when peace and love prevailed, the denim jean entered its hippie phase. Women were now embracing the versatile trouser — it was all about casual styles, bell bottom flares and low-rise fits. The relaxed fit represented the culture at the time and jeans became a staple wardrobe item for everyone.
Denim jackets came onto the scene in this era, and double denim was more than acceptable. Stone washes and bright embroidery were also popular around this time — encouraging DIY denim and personalisation of jean pockets and jackets.
With sales of denim jackets and jeans soaring, there was no stopping designers of the material. Denim skirts and vest tops became big in the 1970s with the celebrities endorsing the style, too.
Up until this point, denim jeans weren’t very fitted — or feminine, for that matter. In 1980, interest in designer denim started to increase and premium brands began to emerge. Leg cuts became skinnier and more fitted, creating a feminine silhouette and a more tailored look for females. It was also around the 1980s when ripped jeans came into fashion and acid wash became popular — a trend that’s toned down since then.
Denim trends were still emerging in the 1990s too. The rise of hip hop encouraged men and women to wear baggy jeans, often revealing their underwear beneath. Thankfully, this trend didn’t stay mainstream for long but denim overalls and ‘shortalls’ have remained at the forefront of fashion, even today. 
The early 2000s paved the way for ultra low-rise jeans, when showing off your midriff was a fashion must-do. Flared trousers also made a comeback, accompanied by a subtler version with the bootcut. Innovations, such as denim stretch technology, meant that skinny jeans were now skinnier than ever and sales from premium brands such as Citizens of Humanity soared.
From then until now, skinny jeans have been most popular — available in a range of washes and fits, they can be dressed up or down for men and women.

What’s hot this season?

Fast-forward to the present day, what’s big this season?
As the sun starts shining and garden parties become more frequent, we’re seeing more people rocking light coloured washes. From lilacs to pastel yellow, denim has certainly transformed from its classic indigo blue colour.
When it comes to cuts and fits, it’s all about denim culottes and cropped legs. Paired with classic summer sandals and a cross-body bag, this look is all about smart casual with a hint of flare inspired by the 1960s.
The hems of jeans are also receiving some attention, it’s these small details that really stand out. Split hems have been popular, adding an edge to a traditional skinny jean. We’ve also seen some lace embroidered hems that add a girly twist to the classic jean.
Of course, denim jackets never go out of fashion either. They’re classic yet contemporary and complement the ‘layering’ trend of recent seasons. Pair with casual culottes and a printed tee, or a floaty summery dress for a stylish summer look.
For the male fashionistas among us, it’s all about straight legs and turn up hems. Styled with on-trend checked patterns, it’s a contemporary twist on a classic look.

Future denim trends

What can we expect from the future when it comes to denim trends?
There are constant developments to improve the wear and tear of denim. This could encourage even longer-lasting denim and therefore one type of jean being fashionable across more than one era. There is also a focus on sustainable denim, as manufacturers try to use recyclable materials and create new blends and standalone fibres.
When it comes to fashion styles, they’re hard to predict. But, we’ve seen the revival of the 1960s and the 1980s this season through a range of trends, so who knows what next season holds. Could it be the return of rhinestone pockets and bell bottom flares?

I can proudly say i have worn most of the variations in denim, tried to link many of my looks so you can check them by clicking on the words and i can't wait for the next!! 

Love
Chichi


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