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Mai più senza… La camicia bianca da uomo

“Tutte le donne aspirano ad essere eleganti e, senza capire il vero senso di questo termine, comprano, in una vita, tonnellate di abiti, borse, scarpe. Poi arriva a una cena una donna con un pantalone nero da smoking e una camicia di seta bianca, un classico perfetto, e la noti. È elegante” Franca Sozzani Come il cardigan da uomo (di cui vi parlerò presto) è meglio se la rubate dal armadio di lui ma va bene se la comprate in un negozio di abbigliamento rigorosamente maschile. Su  ...

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Never again without … Le Smoking

“There is definitely a comeback of the idea of dressing well every day. Nowadays, suits can be worn for many occasions – to work or to school, to a dinner party or red carpet event.” Brunello Cucinelli Known as Le Smoking (in America best known as tuxedo) for its original English purpose, a suit intended for indoor use, it was strictly men’s property until 1966. That year Yves Saint Laurent presenting his Spring/summer collection invited women to get into Le Smoking look.  ...

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Mai più senza… Vestaglia.

“When I get home, I’m not the boss like I am at work – I slip into a more feminine role. I take everything off and put on my Stella McCartney silk robe. I’ll put on a red lip or red nails, and it lifts my mood. Sexy underwear also gives you a spark.” Miranda Kerr Una vestaglia di seta è essenziale quando uscite dalla vasca da bagno o dal letto il mattino del “giorno dopo”. Se per caso vi capita di restare chiuse fuori casa, sarebbe opportuno indossarne una  ...

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Never again without… Bangles.

“My own style influences have to do with where I grew up, in the Bronx, and I still like to wear bangles and big hoops!” Jennifer Lopez. The young and cool wear fun, colorful, plastic versions with their t-shirts and Converse. Actresses often choose to wear a pile of thin gold ones like ancient goddesses (Charlize Theron on J’Adore commercial). And the “It Girls” go for funky ethnic styles from India and Africa. Bangles are a style essential that let a girl play around. They are available  ...

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