One dress, three looks

  I played around with Polyvore again and found this blue dress, which is similar to one I own. These examples show how you can take any piece in your wardrobe and make it look completely different by changing jacket, shoes and accessories. This kind of dress is easy to find and it fits every body shape. By adjusting the belt, you make the most of yours. If you haven't got a waist, belt it under your bust. If you have a waist, belt it around there. Try to find a dress that hugs your figure instead of being too loose. Except when your shoulders are broader than your hips. In that case get a bigger one and create a ruched effect around the waist, so the bottom part looks wider. Take a bigger belt and wear it right under your bust. A bit like on the picture, but don't be shy with it. The more frill on the bottom, the more balanced and hourglassy you will look. The length depends on your height. If you are tall, you can wear any length. Ankle length or right above the knee will fit shorter girls best.  
Expensive and elegant combined with sleek black items

Expensive and elegant - combined with sleek black items

Dressed down in brown. Still chic but more relaxed

Dressed down in brown. Still chic but more relaxed

Another kind of elegant combined with rose gold and light beige

Another kind of elegant - combined with rose gold and beige

Late Summer finds

Summertime! The temperatures in London are around 25C, mostly sunny. Not an excellent Summer, but who wants to melt in 40C when you have a day job to do and a life to live? I have 2 outfit ideas for you, involving kaftan-tunics, I hope you like them.  
Jeans and flower tunic

Jeans and flower tunic. This style looks good on every body

City chic in turquoise, warmed up with dark red. Suits every body

City chic in turquoise, warmed up with dark red. Suits every body