Deidaa styletips on trend and within budget!!
Does your wardrobe look outdated and tired at the beginning of every season? You have nothing to wear to the races and the pre Christmas functions and your ‘Miss fat bank balance’ friend will score over you at every event? Do not cry over a wardrobe full of wrong choices. The key to being on trend is to invest in a few key staples – a crisp white shirt, well fitted jeans, a little black dress – and combine these with on trend accessories every season.
Deidaa styletips accessories the fairy Godmother’s magic wand
Accessories are the fairy Godmother’s magic wand that can transform every Cinderella into a princess. Throw a chevron pleated pashmina scarf around your neck to celebrate that hot new trend – chevron. Lightweight and multi coloured these scarves are perfect Spring accessories, just what the style doctor ordered for some tired garments in your wardrobe.
Another accessory trending at the moment is the ‘mini bag’. The cavernous ‘it bag’ is somewhat passé’ this season. Bigger than the micro bag, the mini bag holds all the weapons in your arsenal – credit cards, bronzers, lipsticks, smart phones – without breaking your back and shoulders, literally! Mini bags with side straps can be slung across the body or over the shoulder, leaving the hands free to grab a caffeine fix when you are making the early morning dash to work or uni.
The beaded clutch bags are the more formal versions of the ‘mini bag’. The new generation beaded clutch bags come with metallic side slings. They can be clutched or slung when you go to the races. They are sequined and beaded with Aztec or animal motifs. The boxy minaudiere’ is classy and timeless. Hand embroidered or embellished with chainmail or rhinestones, a minaudiere’ can elevate a staple LBD into a red carpet ensemble. Every bride deserves the ivory minaudiere’ encrusted with faux pearls and diamantes’.
You do not have to break the bank to stay on trend. Combine a few in season accessories with investment staples and don’t tell your ‘Miss fat bank balance’ friend how you get it right – every time! Cheerio!