Now that the South African Fashion Week is over, I feel completely new inspired. I was really blown away by the various designers, such as Gert-Johan Coetzee, Kottin & Twille or Urban Goddess. Powerful colors, unique models a
nd a beautiful show left me with many new impressions for the upcoming fashion season. Nevertheless the print and pattern style trend for this year has already reached my wardrobe and filled it with strong colors and flower prints in case there will be at least some beautiful days. From Groupon I got a voucher for some hair wellness and left off to the hairdresser .
So I put on my favorite floral track suite style pants combined with black peeptoes and threw over a black leather blouson. My nails this time got some crazy green/yellow paint to match the flower theme of my look. Since the sun was shining and my outfit was rather dark, I decided to put on my red sunglasses and match them with a red clutchbag I bought last week and packed it with the coupons. You can also easily mix the print and pattern style with some heavy metallic-looking jewelry (e.g. eye-catching earrings, bracelets or rings). The mix of these materials demands courage from every fashion victim and is maybe more of a look for the nightlife – but if you just want to look casual, you can easily keep your looks low-key with some plain-colored accessories.
Tips for blonde hair
Since my hair needed some new glamor, I decided to spend the day at the hair stylist and refresh my blonde mane. Thanks to my hairdresser coupons, I didn’t even have to have a guilty conscience afterwards and learned a lesson: Red, black and blue are the definitive colors to match blonde hair whereas yellow, white and grey are the colors that light-headed people should keep their fingers off. Also, when wearing pants it is always fancy to pin up your hair to stretch your appearance and look slim and elegant.
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