Whether you’re a blogger packing for a weekend away to make new content for your blog or going away on any other type of business trip, it’s important to look fashionable and feel good. If you’re going away to travel or see friends and family, it’s equally important to look and feel good, and express yourself through fashion. Although, sometimes packing can become a game of what is functional, rather than what is fashionable.
Street style covers a broad spectrum. From putting a unique twist on runway trends to going against any trend just to prove a point. It embodies a style that is only pulled off with the appropriate culture or attitude backing it up. You won’t see captivating street style items at your local shopping mall, but rather some bits and pieces, that are then combined with unusual combinations to make a statement of expression and loyalty to the culture that it supports. The more socially unacceptable the culture is, the louder the street style speaks. So it only makes sense that the two cultures of skating and hip-hop that have been struggling to be accepted socially have spoken loud and clear in their styles.
There is no doubt that with the use of Instagram, street style has evolved to become a subculture that doesn’t seem to be diming it lights anytime soon. Not only is street style emerging fast, but South Korea is nearly an incubator for the most inspiring trends and styles. It’s essentially where designers go with a blank canvas, and by hitting the streets of Seoul, they are guaranteed to get more than what they’ve come for. But, how did all of this start, and what exactly is this street style like today? What would you find if you were to walk the streets of Seoul?
Minimalism in itself covers many spectrums; from finding complete freedom to experiencing life and all it has to offer in a much more authentic way, to owning significantly less stuff. While we could zone in on just the phycological side to minimalism, or the materialistic side, we still wouldn’t be able to cover all of […]
As winter fades away, it’s time we put away those bulky jackets and salt-stained boots and welcome statement pieces that will be sure to turn a few heads. The spring and summer are seasons of celebrations and feeling good. What better way to do that then look your best while attending the hottest events of […]
We’ve all been there. In deep despair of products that don’t work when you REALLY need them to work, like a water bottle that leaks..all over you bag.. And laptop. Or, earbuds that only play out of one ear. Not only do you have the annoyance of the products not working, you also have to […]
Spring is a refreshing time of the year where we can forget the old, and bring in the new. Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, so why shouldn’t your personal style be too? A lot of things happen around this time of year, or have happened since January, and spring time is the time to celebrate! Having a style that matches your lifestyle is an important factor, weather that means that it’s functional enough to keep up with your active lifestyle, or stylish enough to make you feel like a boss everyday. If your personal style consists of mens blazers and jeans, or strappy heels and pastels – the styles this spring make it easier than ever to show off what’s really your personal style. With a range of styles incorporated into the top trends this spring, there are styles for a relaxed vibe and styles including leopard print blazers and strappy heels. In this post we break it down into the main categories that are important to your whole outfit, all the way down to your accessories (like your phone case!) that make all the difference. Keep reading for the trends that will make you look your best this spring.
You can have the best marketing in the world, but if your product sucks, you’re not going to monetize. This applies to anything being put out online – including your fashion blog. How do you create value in what you’re offering? You put yourself in your viewers shoes and think, “what can I do to make their life easier?” Think to yourself, what inspires you? What’s your best take on ___ subject/trend and how can you share it in a way that is digestible for the readers? Most of the time, people get caught up on how their site will look, or if people will want to read their posts. Chances are, if you think it would be helpful to them – it is. Besides, blogging is a form of expression, so why not express yourself in the way you think is hella cool, and see what happens
Minimalism covers a wide spectrum of categories – from everyday fashion trends to deep cleansing of your mind, and rewiring it to think in a different way; to live in a different way. At its core, it is attention towards the things we hold of high value, and removing all distractions that deviate us from this. So, taking into account all the things in your everyday life, applying this simple rule of minimalism to them will help you find your focus and refine what’s important to you. We often don’t realize, but everyday items, such as clutter on our countertops of files unfiled on our computers actually cause stress, in addition to a busy schedule. So, here’s how to totally zen out your life, with 5 simple action items.
When it comes to decorating like a minimalist, the idea of throwing away half of everything you own or eliminating every wall in your house can quickly come to mind. Although decluttering and creating space are necessities to make this home decor appernet, it actually breaks down more into the smaller details, such as textures, colours and of course, the functionality of the things you have. So, good news for you – no purging or renovations needed. Creating more space in your home will not only look very sleek but it will also fill your home with your favourite quality object. Objects like your favourite piece of artwork and things that make your life easier. Having a simple home makes it more functional, and less of something you have to stress, or even spend time thinking about. So, without further ado, here’s 18 things to keep in mind when decorating (or re-decorating) your home to totally nail the minimalist look.