When we talk about Festival celebration we think of our outfit first. The list of those possible outfits starts from colour burgundy. It is the colour of festival. So our today’s outfit has burgundy in it with winter fav fabric velvet and classy design of Beulah London. The outfit has:
Finally, the weekend is here. I hope you all will be having a wonderful weekend. I am planning to stay in and enjoy a peaceful weekend as the next week is going to be a real game and I will need all the energy that I can get. Topping the peaceful weekend with this regal and simple look with my favourite blue in it.
When November arrived, I was thinking about how I am going to miss the sunlight. But I was thinking we have time before we get some heavy snow. But no, how wrong I was, we had our first snowstorm yesterday, when my weather app was just showing flurries. Well, it was still not bad – at least not on the style front. I actually loved this bag a lot and it was part of my yesterday’s look and I had to keep it from getting wet in the snow and luckily it survived and will again using it soon. I believe soon we will be saying goodbye to pumps for regular day to day outfits. Our today’s look has:
The weekend is here and we are ready to unwind from the busy week and rejuvenate for the new week. With the November’s arrival here comes the feel of festival seasons. Some have celebrated thanksgiving and some are going to soon. Then we will be looking for weekend parties marking the Christmas and waiting of New Year. This festival season let us get into that feminine style that never goes out of time. Rachel Parcell has one perfect dress that can mark the commemoration of the festival season perfectly. I am calling it dinner with the family dress as it such a cute piece that no one will be able to stay away from giving a compliment. The outfit has:
Who does not love a wedding and celebrations? And having them in fall is something we can definitely look forward to. So a stunning dress for the day that you have already RSVPed. I simply love the look and feel of this Ghost London Rosaleen Boysenberry Satin Dress. The £145 dress designed in flattering filament satin with Ghost’s statement bias cut in a bold colourway for the new season. The vintage vibes of the dress are giving a regal and timeless touch to the whole look. The outfit has:
No matter what season we are in – Monochrome never fails. This simple outfit will take you from desk to dinner, wedding to the reception. The simple elegance of the outfit suits every occasion. The budget-friendly cost of the dress is paired with some real investment pieces from Kiki McDonough, Prada and Furla. The outfit has:
November – the Last month of Autumn and the First of Winter. This month that is both the end and the beginning tells us to be adventurous and take risks. That’s what I am going to do. I have some stuff planned for my personal life and it will be great to have them implemented. Hopefully, it will be as successful as I am hoping for it too. Topping the hope with this elegant outfit that has: