Check out Orange Coast College’s most stylish students of the last few weeks.
Remember that advice column called “Dear Abby” that was started in the 50s, where people would write in with their problems and she would answer their questions? Have you ever wished there was a column for your fashion and beauty needs, where you could write in and have all your FASHION questions answered or BEAUTY problems solved? Well, look no further! This week we are rolling out a new weekly column where we take some of your questions and answer them right here on the blog. We’ll also be asking some questions of our own to start it off but we want to hear from you! So you’re probably wondering how this is going to work. There are 2 ways you can send us your questions: Twitter & Facebook. Here’s how you participate!
|Photo by: Gery Edra Makeup by: Lauren Brown|
Earlier in October, I gave five aspiring fashion stylists the challenge of creating a Halloween costume only using items in their current wardrobe. I just love Coumba Niang’s rendition– combining multiple elements from Michael Jackson’s iconic looks.
As the seasons shift, so do the trends in the fashion world! In spring and summer, we saw some great trends hit the runways in the designer collections. A few of the more popular trends included neon color blocking, graphic floral prints, art deco, and of course a whole lot of tangerine thanks to this year’s PANTONE© color, Tangerine Tango. Designers wowed the audiences during fashion week with bright statement pieces.
However, as the temperatures drop and winter creeps in with a wave of pumpkin spice lattes and Christmas decorations, the runways move into deeper colors and edgier pieces for those chilly days. In the fall and winter collections, stunning pieces were brought out in a myriad of eye catching trends. While I was browsing a lot of the designer collections for this season (thank you Vogue!) I saw a lot of great trends on the runway, and some very unique statement pieces. I chose my top four favorite trends to share with you.
Flowers add such a great touch to any editorial photo shoot. That’s why I’ve been practicing using flowers in my own editorial productions. The world of flower arrangements is an art in and of itself but when added to a photo shoot, I believe it takes it to a whole new level. Check out these amazing editorials I found that use flowers to make the photos really pop.
This adorable editorial displays classy wardrobe embellished with flowers in every aspect all the while enjoying a little tea time. Simply Gorgeous!
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