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Party dresses: Tips for achieving homecoming dresses look!

I bet one of the first things you think about when you receive an invitation: “What clothes will I wear?” After all, there are so many choices for party dresses, each with style, neckline, length, color and prints … It seems impossible to know which marriage is the best for you, right?

It turns out that the answers to your questions are simpler than you think. It’s even in your own hands: in a wedding invitation.

The invitation informs the location of the ceremony, time and even party style. From this information, you can choose a suitable and extraordinary model.

Want to see how easy it is to get it? Here are some examples of clothes that will be worn for each type of wedding. But…whatever your choice, you should buy from the right place. If you want to buy online, JJ’s House should be one of the best places.

Classic Wedding Party Dresses

Because it is at night, the classic wedding asks for a long party dress, but nothing is too flashy. It must be elegant and sophisticated in the smallest detail. You can use from the most vibrant tones to paste. The important thing is that the dress attracts attention by itself. You can use brightness, but without excessive. You can use accessories only, more than that it is not elegant. Other guests will pay attention to you and the bride does not like it.

Party Dresses for Modern Weddings

Because of its modern wedding, you can bet calmly on fashion models, with different pieces and bright colors. Lengths range from short, approximately knee height (shorter than this is considered inappropriate for marriage). The choices change according to your style and what’s fashionable.

Party Dresses For Rustic Weddings

Light dress, with prints and lace. Nothing is too flashy, but be different and cheerful – just like a rural wedding. Think of it this way: if it’s a long party dress, you can use a fine bright color print or model. In short, choose a knee-high model, with different pieces or even lace.

Also, prefer skirts that are lighter and slimmer. What about investing in trends?

Tips for printing: Don’t buy a knit dress. Never! They are not elegant enough for a wedding. Models with more floral or embroidered fabrics are the best choice.

Wedding Party Dresses in the Field

For rural weddings, choose dresses that are light and elegant. Flat models with different cutouts, even clothes, are the best choice. The length of the dress varies according to the time of the celebration. Remember: during the day, short clothes. In the afternoon and long afternoons it is better. This party is closer to the classic. Many brides bet on weddings in the field with luxurious details.

Wedding Party Dresses on the Beach

Beach weddings can have models of all types, provided they do not have brightness. Short and transparent models are the best. Because the weather will be very hot, you need to choose a “fresh” model to enjoy the party without feeling hot.

If in doubt, bet on a simple party dress

This is the joker for any wedding. Simple party dresses are suitable for all types of parties. We suggest you to consider two piece homecoming dresses. You can also distinguish through accessories. For example, the better the party, the brighter and more sophisticated your accessories. And more simply, fewer accessories. Balance style and that’s it!

Forever 21 x Cheetos: Flamin’ HOT Collection!

Launching June 6th, Forever 21 is teaming up with Cheetos for the most mischievous collection of on-trend fashion and accessories!

Turning up the heat for summer, the Forever 21 x Cheetos capsule collection celebrates the Cheetos fans’ passion for the cult-fave snack with playful statement pieces that bring the “Cheetos Look” to life! The limited-edition collection includes Cheetos Crunchy and Cheetos Flamin’ Hot printed swimsuits, sweatshirts, t-shirts, dresses and much more. The range, comprised of women and men’s styles, will be available online and at Forever 21 stores nationwide and will retail from $5 to $30.

“We are so excited to join forces with an iconic snack like Flaming Hot Cheetos,” announces Linda Chang, Forever 21 Vice President of Merchandising. “Flaming Hot Cheetos fans are so fanatical, and over the past couple of years, we have seen their love for this food illustrated all over pop culture, and in particular, via social media. We are so honored to be releasing this limited edition capsule!”

 

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“Cheetos is more than a snack brand; we’ve become a lifestyle brand among our fans,” says Brandi Ray, Senior Director of Marketing, Frito-Lay North America. “So what better way to embody that lifestyle than with a clothing line in partnership with Forever 21 – another brand with an incredibly passionate fan base similar to Cheetos.”

Paola Hernandez Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019

By Bob Cal

The performers transitioned gracefully through dozens of choreographed formations like moving architecture, all styled in Paola Hernandez’s latest collection. For their Fall/Winter 2019 collection, the Paola Hernandez fashion label decided to tell their story through an impressive two-hour modern dance performance, innovatively marketing all the goods of their latest designs. The dancers from the Elisa Monte Dance company showed the practically of Paola Hernandez through motion and the brand’s message of inclusivity through the diversity of shapes and sizes.

Practically and urban minimalism were major highlights from Paola Hernandez’s fashion instillation; the models looked nothing less than sharp wearing jeans, detailed white sweaters, knit black sweaters, large cardigans, unique black dresses, tights, jumpers and blouses. The quality of fabric and fabric details seemed to be a major emphasis. The color pallet consisted of all neutral colors like black, grey and white; sometimes simplicity, when done with chic flair, can be a cheeky fashion statement.

Born in Mexico City, Paola Hernandez now manages her fashion line in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to studying fashion at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London, Hernandez studied philosophy, an educational background she uses as inspiration for her symbolic and contemporary fashion brand.

Trend Alert: Wedding Dresses with Pockets!

When it comes to choosing a wedding dress, today’s brides are living their best life and opting for function over formality.

Still a trending feature in bridal, pockets bring a cool and contemporary vibe, even to the most formal of gowns.

Laure de Sagazaan

From traditional floor-length gowns to short dresses and jumpsuits, this French designer runs the gamut.

Rime Arodaky

For the bride searching for an ensemble that is both elegant and effortless, look no further than Rime Arodaky.

Wtoo by Watters

From the aisle to the dancefloor, Wtoo by Watters has got you covered with wedding day attire that’s chic and modern.

Alexandra Grecco

Sometimes, less is more – we love these simple and feminine silhouettes by this NY-based designer.

Nicki Minaj × Vogue Arabia

Nicki Minaj Covers September Issue of Vogue Arabia.

A fully-fledged member of rap’s fashion royalty, Nicki Minaj, who has more than 90 million followers on Instagram, has returned following a hiatus of nearly four years to drop her fourth album, Queen. In this moment when the fashion industry discusses inclusivity, diversity, and equality, it was only fitting that the cover story was shot in New York, just a few days before the Met Gala, by an all female-team. Renowned photographer Emma Summerton was behind the lens, while the styling was done by Anna Katsanis and overseen by Vogue Arabia fashion director Katie Trotter. The hair and makeup looks were created by Kim Kimble and Sheika Daley respectively.

Quality Time

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LOOK 5

LOOK 6

Photographer

Fashion

Marc Littlejohn

Rep’d by Ken Barboza Associates

KenBarboza.com

@LittlejohnStyle

Producer

Hair

DaRico Jackson

DaricoJackson.com

RougeAtristAgency.com

@rougeartist

@daricomagic

MakeUp

Tarrence Cheairs

@makeupby_t

Female model

London Knight

Modellondonknight@gmail.com

@londonknight_

Male modeling

BJ Williams

@bj_williams

@lamodels

@NTATalent

@LAmodelsrunway

Lighting Director

Bryan Williams

@bryanphotographer

Location: V Resort, Palm Springs

[LOOK 1]

Romper: XYLEA: @xylea_official

Shoes: JF London: www.jflondon.net@jflondon_walkoffame

Harness: Potrol @potrol.ca

Honeycomb bracelet Queen Bee Collection vintage broach & patent leather handbag.

[LOOK 2]

London’s shades by Tom Ford

Swimsuit by Haus of PinkLemonaid

shophausofpinklemonaid.com

[LOOK 3]

Shirt: Raga Man @ theragaman.com

Short: Argyle Grant @ argylegrant.com

Sunglasses: Police @ policelifestyle.com

Shoes: Sandrino by Sandrino Moscoloni @ smoscoloni.com

[LOOK 4]

Dress: Anicy Manuguian www.anicymanuguian.com@anicymanuguian

Top: Wild Card Collection www.iamthewildcard.com@iamthewildcard

Pumps: Evaluna @evalunaofficial

Architectural vintage bag: Prima Moda, Los Angeles @primamodafashions

Vest: 227 @ 227world.com

Pant: H & M

High-top sneaker: Calvin Klein

[LOOK 5]

Swimsuit: Haus of Pinklemonaid, shophausofpinklemonaid.com

Fashion high-waist panty: PARADISE RANCH DESIGNS

Shoes: Evaluna @evalunaofficial

Chain link earrings: Madame Baloge @madamebaloge_nyc

Sunglasses: AMI Clubwear @ amiclubwear.com vintage Versacé Couture bag Prima Moda, Los Angeles @primamodafashions

Tank and short: Argyle Grant @ argylegrant.com

Shoes: Zanzara

Sunglasses: Police @ policelifestyle.com

[LOOK 6]

Drape-back tuxedo shirt: Littlejohn Style @littlejohnstyle

Shorts: Tee Ink @ teeink.com

Shoes: Cole Haan

Cropped jacket & dress: Littlejohn Style @littlejohnstyle

Shoes: Evaluna @evalunaofficial

Spiral ring: Queen Bee Collection