DIVERT ITS BEACH DRESS, IT IS POSSIBLE. IN THE EVENING, DAY, DOWNTOWN, EVERYWHERE. We REVEAL THREE WAYS TO TWISTER FOR THIS SUMMER.
Beach dress can be worn in different ways, but before opting for a total twist or shifted her favorite dress version, we do not forget that the basic is chic. We start on a soft and very practical version, namely: beach dress
The advantage with a beach dress a little short, is that we can do (almost) what veut.Et something more practical to wear to go on a shopping spree in the city of our holiday ? To do so, nothing very complicated, we just don a pair of denim shorts and make it visible by raising her dress. The practice is simple, we just make a knot (front or back) to the image of a head tie shirt (tied). The recipe provides a little loose look ultra stylish.
Once again, the holidays are synonymous with freedom. So if one can at least try new things throughout the year, you can enjoy the summer clothes away. The good news: you can combine comfort and style by wearing her dress beach at night. The idea is to mix the coolest chic clothing. To do so, we put on his famous dress is diverted with a navy blue blazer (if it is yellow, white if it is black and so on, according to our inspirations) and heeled sandals of the same color. Be careful not to go too far in yielding to temptation or other colored heels. Do not forget that the first idea is to be chic.
THERE IS NOT THAT PEOPLE WHO ARE ENTITLED TO THEIR BEACH PARTY. THIS SUMMER, ONE CREATES A TRENDY LOOK TO BE THE STAR OF THE PARTY. GRAZIA.FR REVEALS THE RIGHT LOOK FOR A SUMMER FIESTA ... AT THE BEACH, POOL OR LAKE. WHATEVER.
The most fun was the moment has finally arrived: the beach party. And it must be look for the occasion.
It's official, the retro trend made its comeback this summer more than ever, we play the pin-up on the beach. So to be at the forefront of the fifties mode, puts on her swimsuit tall.
Traditionally, the kimono is worn for special occasions in Japan garment. Fortunately for fashionist, traditions are also made to be a bit much-whack.