Getting ready to go to a festival is exciting, there’s a lot to organise which includes what to wear. Do you take a hat? Rain coat? Wellies? Of course, everything depends on the weather which can be so unpredictable. When it comes to footwear, you need to be prepared so why not think about wearing a pair of stylishly hot loafers for women?
What to Wear at the Festival
For tops you need to opt for something light. An airy fabric especially cotton will keep you cool if the weather is hot. Make sure you choose a blouse that’s nice and loose which means it will be comfortable and you’ll be able to move around without feeling restricted – remember dancing is going to be on the menu! A good idea is to take along a long sleeve shirt, especially if you burn easily. Read more »
Before I go on enumerating how you can save on your shopping for clothes, let me just tell you first and foremost how you can make the most of your every fashion purchase. The secret is to always go for staple, versatile pieces – those that you can pair with different types and styles of clothes and those that will always be considered stylish throughout the year and perhaps in the next few years. Now, on to how you can save while updating or changing your wardrobe…
Tip No. 1: Hunt for Sale Events Through Online Announcements
I am a big fan of Sale events and you should be too. Good thing that there are tons of reasons why brands and boutiques put up sales – there are New Year sales, seasonal sales, all kinds of holiday sales, clear-out sales, anniversary sales, and more.
The best sales, however, are those that come around Christmas and on Black Friday. Frankly, it is almost okay to go get a personal loan for clothing shopping and wardrobe revamp on a Black Friday. The huge amount of shopping savings you’d get is usually worth more than the bit of interest that comes with the loan. (If you want to know more about loans, go checkout http://www.cashwindow.co.uk)
Anyhow, if you have a favorite brand or boutique and you want to stay updated and get the news whenever they go on sale, do stalk them on Facebook or on Twitter. Read more »
UNIQLO opens UT POP-UP! T-shirt shops in central locations in major cities worldwide, as a new marketing concept and a first in the company’s ten-year history of selling UTs (UNIQLO T-shirts). Here in the Philippines, UT POP-UP! MLA was launched today at Ayala Triangle, Makati City.
The innovative approach builds on the traditional pop-up shop concept, with large-scale pop-up shops in central metropolitan locations offering a limited, dedicated product mix. The initiative aims to broaden UNIQLO’s reach to its customers, to make fashion accessible to everyone and in unique and interesting locations.
The prom (short for promenade) is a highly anticipated event in the lives of high school students. In popular culture, it is considered one of the major events in the high school lives of junior and senior students, sort of like the highlight of their schooling years. During the prom, students often arrive at the venue in stretch limousines (rented, of course). The venue is usually a hotel or any place with fancy ballrooms where students can dance to the music played by live bands. Students are appropriately dressed, with the girls in ball gowns and the boys in tuxedos, making them look like movie stars. The highlight of the evening is when the Prom King and Queen are crowned.
photo from http://www.savviprom.com/