Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Fashion and Styling tips for the hot season

Hey fabulous people,

hope ur all doing fantastic? Here are a few more fashion tips for the hot season. It helps you to be dressed well, keep hygiene and feel comfortable. So ladys, we all know fashion never ends - indulge yourselves people *winks*

1. DO go easy on the makeup. It’s an all day summer festival! That calls for glowing natural looks, but unfortunately, not every girl is blessed with flawless and healthy skin. Regardless, unless you want to look like a sloppy mess—because those layers of foundation and a failed attempt at smokey-eyes WILL melt off your face—leave the heavy tranny makeup for never.

2. DON’T wear played-out flower wreaths and Indian feathers in your hair. That’s for kiddies and Midwest tourists. Be original. If you want to wear something fabulous in your hair, get a fierce headdress that makes a bold fashion statement (check out this Etsy find), or maybe you prefer a Gatsby-inspired jewelry headband. Or go totally no-fucks-given and wear this. Whatever you choose, just don’t wear what my 12-year-old niece would wear to her first Coachella.

3. DO wear boots and / or comfy sneakers. Ankle boots and slightly below the knee boots are always the way to go at Coachella. They protect your tootsies and they forever look stylish. The more faded and worn-in, the better. Whatever you do, do not wear Uggs or these stupid furry raver boots. As for sneakers, Chucks, Nike Dunks, SUPRA high tops, and VANS are always a comfy and fashionable choice.

4. DON’T wear heels or flip flops to Coachella. If you’re going to wear heels to Coachella, you’re going to look like a dumbass, and we will laugh at you and throw you on our Hot vs. Not (as a NOT) once your heel gets stuck in the soft polo field. Most people think flip-flops make perfect sense at Coachella since it’s hot and grassy, but do you really want to have dirty cave-man feet? Not to mention stepping in festival porta-potty slime, and getting stepped on by that dumb girl wearing five-inch stilettos

5. DO show some skin and wear breezy sun-dresses, flowing fabrics, crop-tops and short shorts. You might as well soak up that desert sun and work on you summer tan while bearing the outdoor Coachella heat. Just be sure to wear sunblock and to bring a jacket and / or leggings for nightfall.

6. DON’T wear tights or leggings during the day without any panties. It sometimes reaches 100 degrees at Coachella. Do you really want sweaty-swamp-vag? Ewww. More on that here.

7. DO style your hair up in braids and ponytails paired with dangly earrings. We’d all love to wear our hair down and get that messy summer look, but sometimes you just can’t rock it. With all the sweat your head will be releasing from the beating sun, you’ll probably be better of with an updo. Jazz up that updo with some outrageous earrings. We love these and these.

8. DON’T wear fake jewelry. If you’re not going to rock the sterling silver, white gold or real gold, don’t attempt sporting an array of Forever 21 rings across your hands. You’ll turn green once you sweat and look like a big bag of yuck. We love the unique jewelry creations by Black Willow Jewelry and Kittinhawk. 

9. DO wear underwear. As mentioned earlier, it’s super hot at Coachella, you don’t want dirty-sweaty-vag, now do you? I can’t imagine how nasty those late night Coachella hook-ups would be! Get yourself some cute booty shorts to wear under that tiny dress (last year Aeri hooked me up with some nice lingerie at a Coachella party that included adorable striped booty shorts), or a hot seamless thong to wear under your shorts.

10. DON’T wear a g-string under your very short dress. It’s tacky and tasteless. Booty shorts or a cute full-butted underwear leave more to the imagination and look way hotter and by all means please do have ur g strings sticking out from ur jeans/shorts it's so 90s tween.      

11. DO prevent boob sweat! yes,yes ladies if you have them knockers, you know what we are talking about: that awful line of sweat beneath your breasts imprinted in your new tanktop, yeah, it happens. Those sweat drops just run down that cleavage river and around your boobs, only to fall right under them and soak your shirt. Check out our 4 Ways to Avoid Boob Sweat at Music Festivals.

12. DON’T wear any onesies. Not only do you look stupid, but can you imagine how sweaty and stink you will get? And especially don’t ever wear a gold lamé onesie. Anything lamé will make your Coachella sweat stick to you like glue, your skin will not breathe and you will smell like a homeless person’s private parts. DON’T DO IT.
13. DO pack a handkerchief or scarf! Weekend one at Coachella got super windy and created some very unpleasant dust storms. Unless you want to wake up with some painful and hard dust boogers lodged in your nose, please get a hanky! It doesn’t have to be abnormally huge like this guy’s, but perhaps something more like this gal’s. hotter. And by all means, do not have your g-string sticking out from your jeans / shorts. That’ so 90s tween.

14. Dress to your figure and not just to fashion. You attire should function as a single unit, all working towards a single goal of making you look good. Your dressing should hide your short comings, while emphasizing your good points. Do not wear (or even worse, tuck in) a tight fitting T-shirt that only serves to emphasize your growing midsection. Please hide your huge pot belly in a loosley fitted attire.

Styles and/or cut from specific areas are usually better suited to people of specific stature. For example, a french design will likely be better suited to one of slim built, while guys with more opulence might be more presentable in an Italian or American cut.

Color combinations are like musical tones. When well blended, they give the needed appeal, and when combined otherwise could result in a fashion cacophony that is tantamount to a sin against humanity. You do not want to dress in a single tone (like all black or all white), leaving you tasteless, but at the same time do not combine colors without consideration, as if your were a masquerade.

When it comes to fashion, it is acceptable (and often prudent) to copy others. Look at people you (or others) feel dress well and simply copy them (taking note of differences in physique* and/or complexion).

Dress more like who you want to be, and less like who you are. 

You should have a full length mirror at your disposal. Do not wait for the comments of others, but rather start with an indoor self appraisal. People will often tell you when you look good, but few will tell you when you get it wrong.

-Just my fifty kobo  Xoxo indulgence *winks*

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