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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Divanista a growing online women's fashion haven for the sophisticated, sexy but classy Divanista's. This is where diva meets fashion. Our team of divanista's search wide and hard to bring you a vast collection of high quality affordable unique Jewelry, Clothing, Handbags, Shoes & Accessories. We don't follow trends, we create them by providing a great collection of Stylish, Elegant & Unique fashion for the true Divanista's. We seek out the latest styles and trends and deliver them directly to your doorstep.
Each season, we're faced with the same conundrum: what to keep, what to toss, and what to buy. If you're like me, when you go through your closet and drawers, you run across jeans from two seasons ago, denim skirts, raggedy T-shirts, and cargo shorts that are oh-so-out. For the coming fashion season, it's out with the old and in with the new - particularly for casual wear.
When it's time to shop, though, what should you look for? Denim is still central to the casual wardrobe, but some of the more severe denim treatments of years past are out of date. Slubbing is still in fashion, but the thing to look for is embellishment. This season, the story isn't so much rhinestones as it is embroidery. Look for women's jeans and men's jeans with geometric designs stitched on - the more the better. For example, look for jeans with triangles going down one leg, or designer jeans with the designer logo prominently placed on the front, just below the pocket. Black men's jeans are also back, so keep an eye out for the sleek look of black denim.
Denim shorts are also showing up in the season's offerings, but look beyond the short-shorts and go with a knee-length style. It's a bit of a throwback to the pedal pusher era, but shorts length is definitely longer than in seasons past. This is true for both plus sizes and missy sizes.
Now, what about tops? The color story is season is solids, but solids are ranging from bright marina blue to coral to the more subdued khaki. Look for T-shirts in a variety of styles, from tanks to polos to plain round-neck tees. Again, designer logos are prominent, either to make a bold statement on the front of T-shirts, or a more subtle statement just below the neckline in the back.
Before you dash off to the mall, you should know that some newer designers are making a splash. Check out the online offerings of the new kids on the block. You'll get both a price break and the ability to stand out from the crowd by being among the first to "discover" the next hip label.
In addition, remember that while you do want to be in fashion this season, you don't want to look like everyone else. Always keep in mind that you make the clothes, the clothes don't make you. Here are five tips to make fashion your own:
1. Accessorize - Your accessories make a statement about who you are. Don't go overboard, but choose pieces that are unique and that make you shine.
2. Attitude is Everything - You can be dressed in a mega-bucks designer gown, but you'll look dowdy unless you have the confidence to carry it off. No matter what you wear - even a pair of women's jeans and a T-shirt - hold your head high and know that you belong.
3. Don't Forget the Shoes - The wrong shoes can ruin an otherwise spectacular outfit. Make sure your shoe style is in sync with the style of your clothes.
4. Have Fun - Don't be a slave to fashion. Have fun with it and don't fret too much about every little thing. Experiment. Be bold. You may even surprise yourself.
5. Share the Joy - Remember those old clothes from last season or last year? Give them to a deserving charity. Your castoffs are sure to make someone else's day.
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At the age of 8, Britannica "Chloe" Cleaves discovered her passion for fashion and hasn't been able to shake it since. She learned how to draw people and clothing at first for fun but then instantly knew she wanted to be a fashion designer...or so she thought. She instead got to college and ventured into the business world and decided that marketing would be the best idea to be able to spread the world and could go in any direction as far as career.
During that time she also picked up the name Chloe that stemmed from a college joke and just so happened to stick. Graduating with a marketing degree in 3 years from Georgia Southern University, she knew how to market herself but it just wasn't enough and fashion was still her true love. At the age of 22, the Atlanta native decided to begin her own fashion website,ChloeHasCurves.com, answering the questions like "Hey, where did you get that?" and "What would this go with?" for the everyday woman whether it be a budget conscious college student or the everyday mom who still wants to be fashion savvy while balancing careers and children. The site name stemmed from her personal social media accounts and she thought it to be perfect as a domain name.
Chloe Has Curves is more than a blog, it is a fashion informational website that includes advice columns giving general tips on how to keep a polished look, reviews on up and coming fashion boutiques, lookbooks, special features for newly released brands, and weekly quick tips and "shoe-gasms". ChloeHasCurves.
com is meant to overall help and publicize business owners that don't have multi-million dollar advertising budgets. She models items from the many boutiques across the country so consumers have a better look of what they look like on a real person instead of just the stock picture or a not-so-clear cell phone image. On a more professional level, to put her Marketing expertise to work, Chloe also offers budget friendly ad packages, item modeling, web and on-site consulting, personal shopping and wardrobe styling. Services offered by Chloe are also available on the site at http://chloehascurves.com/ services-1.html.
Also, because of numerous partnerships with boutiques across the nation, she provides multiple discount codes to different sites for online shopping to all viewers. Codes can be found on social media accounts as well as the website http://chloehascurves.com/
home.html . For more information on the site, read the About section found at http://chloehascurves.com/ about.html. All contact information is listed below:
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