Announcement: 2015年裸色婚纱,立体随我

 

世界上有多少种色彩?你能数的过来吗?答案当然是数不出来的。既然有这么多的色彩,为什么我们一定要让我们一生值得期待与纪念的婚礼中的婚纱必须是白色的呢?我们不需要默守陈规。只要是能够在出席的场所很协调的,只要是能够穿出新娘的性格或者美丽的感觉的。就可以了。在很流行裸妆的时代里,婚纱有没有和裸相关的?有!裸色?

 

在裸色的帮衬下蕾丝更加妩媚动人:

一般都把除了象牙白色以及很纯的白色的婚纱被绝大部分的新娘们认定为是传统婚纱,其它的色彩都归为非传统婚纱了。新的流行趋势显示,裸色婚纱也不属于传统婚纱之列,却被很多追逐时尚本真的新娘们大加接受。做为一生通常只是穿一次的如此隆重重视的礼服多选择一些不一样的色彩,从各种浅,浅蓝浅绿再到裸色系,和更多的非白的纯色彩色婚纱越发经常的见于婚礼上。

 

 你有见过不使用蕾丝的婚纱么?有!但是真的是很少很少。因为在蕾丝的装饰之下,婚纱能够呈现出一种与众不同的优雅与别致,是任何婚纱都不愿意放弃的最重要的装饰之一,蕾丝有很多镂空的图案纹饰组成 ,怎么把这些漂亮的纹路配合新娘妙曼的身姿展示出来?就象化妆一样,在裸色下画出来的妆面都是干净精致的。在蕾丝下面来一层裸色打底,绝对是一个绝佳的搭配,又能很好的修饰蕾丝,又不会抢了蕾丝的风头。出来的效果要多美妙就有多美妙。并且裸色是一种暖暖的太阳色,让人欲罢不能啊!
裸色婚纱别样美

2015年,飘逸的裸色加盟!

放眼望去各个国际大品牌都已早早的发布了2015年的婚纱流行指标,象征纯洁的白色依旧是永恒的婚纱主色调,同时各种水粉色与裸色也加入了婚纱的行列。长长的拖尾、如云如幻的蓬松裙摆、腰间的荷叶边装饰、大面积蕾丝的透视、皱褶的花苞这些都成为2015春夏婚纱的重点。无论是女神范儿、公主范儿还是仙女范儿,总有一款能让你为之惊叹。

 

虽然婚纱的色彩从奶白到象牙白变换不一,并配合彩妆颜色增添了透明如水的柔和色调。但是以裸色为底的婚纱绝对可以吸引不少传统的女性客户,大面积蕾丝的运用又可以满足女性对于梦幻少女般感觉的追求。 

 

看看T台模特穿着裸色婚纱向我们款款走来的感觉吧。婉如暖风习面。而婚纱上的蕾丝格外分明。显得十分的立体有质感。似露非露,欲拒还羞。将新娘的娇态一展无遗。穿着这样的婚纱低调的成为高调的婚姻女主有何不可?一位十分亲民的新娘跃然而出。柔美气质在飘逸如沐春风的裸色雪纺长裙的映衬下更加展现出浪漫女人一直追求的一种情怀。裙装上点点蝴蝶样的装饰在裸色婚纱上,瞬间翻倍增加柔美可人的清新度,飘飘逸一如新娘款款仙界落下的仙女,灵动清秀让人过目不忘。

 

DressesHabitat.com Expands Its Selection to Include Fabulous New Dress Styles, Jumpsuits and Bodysuits; Launches Social Media

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BRAVADA International Ltd. (www.DressesHabitat.com)

(Pink Sheets:BRAV) announced today that it has expanded its selection of

dress styles and has also included bodysuits and jumpsuits into its

product mix. Just in the last 2 weeks, DressesHabitat.com has vastly

expanded its selection of dresses with over 200 new styles and has added

jumpsuits and bodysuits as a new category to its overall mix.

DressesHabitat.com expects to continue to grow its huge women’s fashion

selection which includes mini

dresses, midi dresses, maxi dresses, casual

dresses, sexy dresses, cocktail

dresses and a wonderful selection of little black

dresses as well.

“We have been working hard developing DressesHabitat.com into one of the

largest online retailers of women’s dresses,” replied Danny Alex, CEO of

Dresses Habitat Parent company, Bravada International. “Selection and

availability of selection are two things that consumers expect and we

are committed to creating the very best shopping experience for women

looking for the very best dresses

at the very best prices.”

In addition, Bravada International has launched its social media sites

under the Fashion Habitat. DressesHabitat.com is the leading website in

BRAVADA’s vertically integrated multi website ecommerce fashion network

called the Fashion Habitat which will consist of 10-12 vertically

integrated women’s fashion websites each specializing within a specific

women’s fashion.

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Shoppers and shareholders are invited visit the Fashion Habitat social

media sites;

Fashion

Habitat Facebook

Fashion

Habitat Twitter

Fashion

Habitat Pinterest

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BRAVADA International owns and operates OnlyLeggings.com, the largest

online leg fashion superstore, VivaVuva.com, an online women’s fashion

superstore and World of Leggings, an online and real world leggings

superstore specializing in Made in the USA leg fashion.

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White and Gold … Black And Blue: It’s Turning the Internet Red

It’s the dress that broke the Internet.

An overexposed image of a $77 dress has spawned millions of social media posts, countless arguments, worldwide intrigue and wonderment at the brain’s interpretation of color, with everything boiling down to one question — blue and black, or white and gold?

PHOTO: A photo of a dress posted to Tumblr has created a debate on social media about the actual color of the garment.

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PHOTO: A photo of a dress posted to Tumblr has created a debate on social media about the actual color of the garment.

The situation began when a Scottish singer, Caitlin McNeill, shared the shot on Tumblr. It was worn to a wedding by a friend’s mother, but people who saw the picture couldn’t.

Go to creator brayden penson’s web site.decide on the colors. The picture went wildly viral, as the discussion turned into a dispute with people sure that they saw the right colors — and annoyed that there was any doubt.

Celebrities got into the mix. Oscar winner Julianne Moore found herself in a showdown with Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak.

Kanye West and wife, Kim Kardashian West, disagreed, too.

Taylor Swift got caught up in the hysteria, posting, “I don’t understand this odd dress debate and I feel like it’s a trick somehow. I’m confused and scared. PS it’s OBVIOUSLY BLUE AND BLACK.”

Rob Lowe, meanwhile, tried to find a consensus.

The actual color? Black and blue, because the dress by Roman Originals isn’t sold in gold.

Dresses to Wear to Work

With many designers designing for working women who need smart dresses to wear to office, dressing smartly is no longer an issue. Traditionally, office dress code for women was always about smartly tailored but somewhat mannish pant suits or the skirt suit that has been done to death. This greatly restricts the amount of versatility in a working women’s wardrobe and many women have no way to inject any fashion into her work clothes. Dresses sadly never entered the domain of work clothes and they could only be worn to cocktail parties. But thankfully the rules of work wear have changed and most establishments and companies have no problem in letting women employees dress in formal and tailored dresses.

While choosing dresses to wear to work, make sure that you opt for dresses that are not revealing, too short or too tight. A cleavage revealing dress with a short hemline is definitely not appropriate for the office and is more suited for a night out with friends. You also need to steer clear of any dresses that are billowy with excess volume and come in flowy fabrics. These type of dresses are more suited for ballroom dancing. Here we will discuss the types and designs of dresses that you can wear at work, that will boost your professional image and will also adhere to a formal dress code.

Appropriate Dresses to Wear to Work

Shift Dress

One of the best business attire for women to wear to work is the shift dress. It is a timeless and classic style and is flattering on all body types. The shift dress became popular in the sixties and is a kind of sleeveless dress that does not have a definite waist and hangs down straight from the shoulders. The shift dress generally ends just below or above the knees. The best shift dress that you can opt for work are the basic ones in a neutral color like black, white, gray and navy blue. You can then dress them up with a pair of heels and a leather handbag without any embellishments. Another good thing about a solid colored shift dress is that you can wear it with a tailored jacket in board meetings and inject a bit of color with a printed scarf wrapped around your neck or go for the minimalistic look with a string of pearls. If you are working in sectors like media and interior design, then you can choose printed shift dress in a subtle pattern for work. Remember to keep accessories at minimum while wearing a printed shift dress for a neat look. Just add a pair of gold earring or a gold bracelet with a pair of Mary Jane shoes or pumps. Printed shift dress by Diane von Furstenberg or a solid shift dress by DKNY and Stella McCartney are your best bet.

Shirt Dress

Another good dress to wear to work is the shirt dress. A shirt dress is a style of dress that is actually a shirt with a longer hem. It is generally made of linen, cotton or silk and it falls mid thigh. A shirt dress also has a collar and front buttons just like a shirt and is one of the most popular and appropriate dress for work. A tan leather belt around your mid section will give your waist definition. A shirt dress can be worn with stockings and kitten heels to soften the look and you can also add accessories like a layered necklace and a silver cuff to make you look like a true professional.

Wrap Dress

A good dress design to wear to work is the wrap dress. It enhances your bust, whittles your waist and slims big hips and at the same time makes you look thoroughly professional. This kind of style is great for plus sized women as it makes them look shapely and hides any flabby bits. Wraps dress in solid colors like sage green, navy and black are appropriate dresses to wear to work. Printed wrap dresses too can be worn to work, provided that the print is not too big or the colors too loud. A silk wrap dress can be worn with court shoes or satin pumps accessorized with a good leather shoulder bag.

Other good dresses to wear to work are sheath dress, the two-in-one dress, knit dress and A-line dress. You can add your own personnel touch to these dresses by pairing them with different accessories. Avoid wearing accessories like chandelier earring, bracelets that jangles, slouchy bags and peep toed shoes to the office. Choose work dresses with care and you are sure to.

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The 12 Most Famous Dresses of All Time

Sometimes a dress is more than just a dress. In its perfect form, a dress has the power to catapult unknown celebrities into the spotlight, to inspire generations of fashion designers and to fetch millions for charities at auction. It doesn’t have to be pretty or even be expensive, just worn with confidence.

These frocks might not carry lasting appeal like a Hoss Intropia or Philosohy by Alberta Ferretti dress, but they were in the right place at the right time, and that’s all that matters. Whether you love them or hate them, you can’t deny that these dresses are unforgettable.

Audrey Hepburn – Givenchy (1961)

The most iconic little black dress of all time. Audrey Hepburn wore this sleeveless, floor-length crepe dress in the opening scene of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The original Givenchy design had a long slit that revealed an inappropriate amount of leg, so the lower half was redesigned by Edith Head.

After Hepburn’s death in 1993, Hubert de Givenchy donated an original version of the dress to charity for auction. It was one of three designed for the movie, none of which were ever used in the film or promotional photography (the dresses Hepburn actually wore in the movie were destroyed after production). According to Christie’s, a second version of the dress lives in the Givenchy archivies in Paris, while the third is in the Museum of Costume in Madrid. Christie’s expected the dress to sell for £50,000 – £70,000 ($98,800 – $138,320), but it sold for a whopping £467,200 ($923,187). The winning sum was paid for by an anonymous phone bidder.


Elizabeth Hurley – Versace (1994)

Elizabeth Hurley wore this black Versace dress when she accompanied Hugh Grant to the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994. “The Dress,” as it was referred to by media, catapulted Hurley from a no-name plus one to a global star. The Versace creation was such a hit that in 2007, Harrod’s sold a copy of it for £10,690 (about $16,000).

Princess Diana – David and Elizabeth Emanuel (1981)

Princess Diana’s taffeta confection is the most copied wedding dress of all time. Even today, designers David and Elizabeth Emanuel still receive requests for replicas of Diana’s ivory silk taffeta and antique lace gown. Valued then at £9000, the wedding dress had a 25-foot (7.62 m) train and was made up of six different fabrics, including 25 yards of taffeta, 100 years of crinoline and 150 years of netting for the veil.

Marilyn Monroe – William Travilla (1955)

The image of Marilyn Monroe standing over a subway grate in this ivory halter dress has been described as one of the most iconic film moments of the 20th.

Visit copy writer michael powell’s web blog.century. The dress only cost $200 to make, but in 2011 it sold for $5.6 million in a Beverly Hills, California auction. The sale shattered the previous record price for a Monroe dress: $1.26 million for her slinky “Happy Birthday” dress.

Bjork – Marjan Pejoski (2001)

Bjork wore this swan dress to the 73rd Academy Awards in 2001, where she pretended to lay an egg on the red carpet. Enough said.

Julia Roberts – Marilyn Vance (1990)

This dress transformed Julia Roberts from common prostitute to aristocratic girlfriend in Pretty Woman. Specifically, she wore it to the opera, La Traviata, which is about a prostitute who falls in love with a wealthy man. On the 20th anniversary of the movie, in 2010, Marilyn Vance told Elle Magazine that Western Costumes (the manufacturer that cut the pattern for the dress) still gets multiple requests from men who want the dress for their wives so they can recreate the whole scene.

Princess Diana – Christina Stambolian (1994)

On the day Prince Charles publicly admitted his affair with whatshername, Diana stepped out in this black silk dress. Known as the “Revenge Dress,” it was overly sexy, skimpy and made Diana look like a million bucks.

Jackie Kennedy – Chanel (1963)

Jackie wore this suit on November 22, 1963, the day her husband, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated. It’s been called the most legendary garment in American history and an emblem of the loss of innocence. After JFK was assassinated, Jackie refused to take off the blood-stained suit. She wore it during the swearing-in of Lyndon Johnson and during the flight back to Washington with JFK’s body. The still-stained suit is stored out of public view in the National Archives.

Geri Halliwell – Gucci and Geri Halliwell’s Sister (1997)

Geri Halliwell wore this dress to the 1997 BRIT awards, where the Spice Girls were nominated for 5 awards and scheduled to perform. The Gucci mini dress she was supposed to wear was deemed “too boring,” so she asked her sister to sew a Union Jack tea towel to the front. The patriotic gesture made headlines the next day, but also a year later when the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas bought the dress for £41,320. Halliwell donated all proceeds to a children’s cancer charity.

Cher – Bob Mackie (1986)

Cher’s garish ensemble isn’t technically a dress, but because it has a loincloth I’m including it in this list. She wore this Bob Mackie monstrosity to the 1986 Oscars in protest of the dress-code memo that went out to nominees and members. She didn’t receive a nomination, either, which probably also influenced her choice of outfit. While presenting an award, she famously said, “”As you can see, I did receive my Academy booklet on how to dress like a serious actress.”

Jean Harlow – Edith Head (1933)

Jean Harlow wore this white satin, bias-cut gown in the 1933 classic, Dinner at Eight. It was such a fashion hit that the style became known as “The Jean Harlow Dress.” But Harlow was probably the only one who had to be sewn into it, sans underwear.

Jennifer Lopez – Versace (2000)

J-Lo wore this silk chiffon Versace dress to the 42nd Grammy Awards in 2000. To keep the look PG-13, she wore nude body shorts underneath and kept it in place with double-sided tape.  It’s currently on display at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

Jessica Simpson shops for a wedding dress

By

Leah Simpson

Updated:

14:16 GMT, 23 December 2011

She may be weeks away from giving birth but that doesn’t mean Jessica Simpson is slacking off when it comes to planning for her other big day.

The singer, who is heavily pregnant with her first child, was spotted visiting a wedding dress boutique with a friend yesterday.

Jessica stopped by at the Monique Lhuillier store at Melrose Place in Los Angeles in preparation for the ceremony in which she will wed NFL player Eric Johnson.

Looking swell: Jessica Simpson tried to cover up her huge baby bump during a shopping trip in Los Angeles, California on SundayLooking swell: Jessica Simpson tried to cover up her huge baby bump during a shopping trip in Los Angeles, California on Sunday

Wrapping up in slimming black trousers and a loose a black silk button down top by Hatch Collection, the star looked swell as she placed her hand firmly on her stomach to keep her bump well covered.

The blonde also strutted by children’s clothing and toy shops in high-heeled animal print shoes and oversized sunglasses.

It looks like the Simpson family kids.

Try contributor claire botwin’s online site.will be having a fruitful Christmas – the aunty to Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz’s son Bronx kept a grin that comes with giving on her face as she also popped into some retail outlets to buy gifts and wrapping paper for her nephew and no doubt unborn child.

The big day round two: The star went to the Monique Lhuiller boutique to arrange a frock for her second weeding since 2002The big day round two: The star went to the Monique Lhuiller boutique to arrange a frock for her second weeding since 2002

The 31-year-old will be exchanging vows for her second time after she got hitched to her 98 Degrees star, Nick Lachey, in 2002 only to divorce the musician in 2005.

However her former flame beat her down the aisle when he wed his girlfriend of four years, Vanessa Manillio, this July on Necker Island.

As well as her bride-to-be duties and business empire, Jessica has another project in the works.

Yummy mummy: The blonde managed a casual and comfortable look despite being heavily pregnant and wearing high-heeled bootsYummy mummy: The blonde managed a casual and comfortable look despite being heavily pregnant and wearing high-heeled boots

She will join the new NBC reality TV series Fashion Star as a celebrity mentor.

With a hugely successful clothing and accessories line under her belt, she will help aspiring designers as they compete for a multi-million dollar contract to launch their own brand.

It will be hosted by supermodel and lingerie brand owner, Elle Macpherson.

Christmas gifts: Her fiance, NFL player Eric Johnson was spotted picking up some gifts for her on SaturdayChristmas gifts: Her fiance, NFL player Eric Johnson was spotted picking up some gifts for her on Saturday

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How a dress code becomes a lightning rod: Add Walmart

When does a dress code become a major headache? When it involves Walmart (WMT) and most of its retail workforce.

Walmart has introduced what it’s calling a new dress code for its employees, a “new look” that includes rather sedate choices, such as twill pants and knit polos. While the sartorial variety isn’t raising questions, the issue of cost — as in, who bears the responsibility for outfitting employees in the new clothes — is bringing up a host of problematic issues.

Some workers say they can’t afford to shell out for new threads, thanks to their meager Walmart hourly wages. One worker, Richard Reynoso, wrote in a letter to the company’s human resources manager that he’s paid about $800 to $900 a month as an overnight stocker, and that he estimates the cost of three uniforms would set him back about $50.

“The sad truth is that I do not have $50 laying around the house to spend on new uniform clothes just because Walmart suddenly decided to change its policy, Reynoso wrote. “If I have to go out of pocket for these new clothes, I’m going to have to choose which bill to skip.”

Those choices might include either having to cancel his phone or car insurance for the month, or to be short on rent, he added. Reynoso is a member of OUR Walmart, a group that advocates for Walmart workers.

Still, another Walmart associate tells CBS MoneyWatch that while she bought new shirts at $7.94 each to fit the new dress code, it wasn’t a financial burden.

“I bought two of each color, and they last quite a long time,” Barbara Pennington, an associate in Springdale, Arkansas, said of the shirts. She said she liked the new dress code, because it’s giving workers more options of what to wear. Workers can continue to wear the khaki pants they had previously, but now also have the choice to wear black pants.

Workers are also now required to wear Walmart vests, following the store’s break from requiring them in 2007. Walmart is buying those for its workers, according to spokesman Kory Lundberg.

For Walmart, the decision to call the new requirement a “dress code” is also coming under fire. That’s because there’s a major difference in how the Department of Labor classifies dress codes versus uniforms, writes Erik Sherman at Forbes.com.

If Walmart had opted to call the new standards a “uniform,” the requirement would have been considered a business expense of the employer. But even if the employer requires its workers to shell out for the uniform, those workers can’t see their pay drop below the federal minimum wage because of that expense.

A dress code, however, comes with no legal obligation for the employer to pay for the new threads.

That means that Walmart’s policy change appears to be squarely placing the additional costs on the shoulders of its workforce. Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, employs 1.3 million people in the U.S.

The policy change “will have an impact on some folks, and we have heard that,” Walmart’s Lundberg.

Inspect novelist katelyn dobson’s domain.said. “We are working on a way to communicate back to associates that we heard them and their feedback is important.”

Interestingly, Walmart isn’t requiring that workers buy from its own stores, although it is marking dress-code appropriate merchandise with a “spark” on the tag, and provided workers with a link to buy clothing from Walmart.com.

Based on the prices provided by Walmart, the company could end up with as much as $78 million in new sales, thanks to its workers buying new khakis to meet the dress code, according to an estimate from OUR Walmart.

That figure is based on “a lot of assumptions,” notes Lundberg. “Associates are free to buy their clothes wherever they want to. This group is making a lot of assumptions to get to this big number, without taking out anything else under under consideration.”

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Top Designer Wedding Dress Styles by Arianna Jordan

We often forget that while weddings are one of the most fabulous and special moments of a couples life, they can also be very stressful, especially when it comes to choosing the gown. Many brides begin their search for that perfect dress even before a ring is on their finger, which is why it is always helpful to be aware of the top designer wedding dress styles.

Deciding which designer wedding dress style to go with can be a very, very difficult decision for a bride-to-be. This decision, although quite fun in the making, can be very daunting and can end up leading to major frustration and even some inevitable bridezilla moments for the most subdued and organized bride. If there is anything any wedding needs less, it is an unhappy bride.

We have all heard that the wedding dress is the highlight of the day, of course aside from seeing the blushing bride make her entrance and way down the aisle. So much emphasis and importance is placed on the wedding dress, the bride may end up feeling a lot of pressure when it comes time to make that important decision. The secret to finding the right designer wedding dress is to find one that you can afford that also makes you feel happy and beautiful while flattering your figure.

Why Choose a Designer Wedding Dress

Choosing to go for a designer wedding dress is a great way to obtain the perfect wedding gown. Working one-on-one with the designer will allow you to feel in control of what you are getting, in control of your finances, and in control of the overall look and style of your dress. While the designer will do most of the hard work, he or she will work closely with you to make sure that you are happy and love the gown for your big day.

If you are going to choose a designer wedding dress for your special day, it is imperative that you think about the different dress styles before you even walk through the designers door. One of the most important things to consider when choosing a designer wedding dress is your personal style and taste. There are so many different designer wedding dress styles to choose from that you may just need to flip through some wedding magazines before speaking to your designer.

How Designer Wedding Dresses Differ

Today, simple and elegant bridal gowns are very much the norm with less emphasis placed on excessive beading and embellishments. This is not to say that these designer wedding dress styles are boring and bland. It is actually quite the opposite. With simple and elegant dress styles, it is all about the fabric and the color. Wispy silk chiffon in layers of ivory and white give spring brides the ethereal look of a garden fairy. Colorful silk gowns allow for winter brides to pop with beauty and individuality.

While the color and fabrics of designer wedding dresses change from season to season, the main styles do not. If you are the type of bride that loves the tried and true looks always keep these classic designs in mind. The a-line, or princess, the ball gown, the sheath, the empire, and the mermaid are all designer wedding dress styles that will never go out of fashion. The secret to which is best for you will always be determined by which one makes you feel the prettiest and which one flatters your figure the most.

Getting a Deal on Designer Wedding Dresses

Regardless of which designer wedding dress style you end up choosing, getting a deal is always a welcome attribute of the experience. We all know that a custom-made designer wedding dress can cost a pretty penny, so why not shop around. Visit a local designer or dressmaker and see if they have any floor samples or runway samples that can be sold for a reduced price.

If you have already found the designer dress of your dreams but it is too far out of your price range, why not take a photograph (from a magazine, for example) to a dressmaker and see if he or she can make their own version of it. There is no shame in saving money on your wedding dress, and its great to know that you can get a beautiful designer wedding dress even if youre on a budget. Every woman deserves to feel like the most beautiful woman in the world on her wedding.

Try vet mason davis’s blog site.day, and as long as your wedding dress makes you feel like a beautiful bride, there is no reason not to choose the most elegant designer wedding dress available.