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VAN WILDER’s Styling Tip

One of the current biggest fashion trends is the off-the-shoulder style. The Kimono dresses are created this way that you can perfectly wear it asymmetrical and show off one bare shoulder. The rectangular neckline is width enough to let one side fall down your arm. When you obtain to wear your dress this way, keep your hair off your bare shoulder. You have got it on show so don’t cover it up and feel gorgeous and innocent sexy.

VAN WILDER’s Styling Tip

Combine your comfort suit with a long-sleeved printed shirt in blue, green or grey tones and boots in black or brown to create a powerful, stylish look. Perfect for a long working day or an evening out with family and friends. Dare to mix and match both colours of the comfort suit. The collar of the blazer has an accent colour which will refer to the trousers.

Fashion Trending Alert by VAN WILDER

Discover a hearty, yet stylish tone!

Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us in to its embracing warmth. This highly varietal shade combines dramatically with neutrals, including warmer taupe’s and greys. Because of its burnished undertones, sultry Marsala is highly compatible with amber, umber and golden yellows, greens in both turquoise and teal and blues in the more vibrant range.

Cfr. Kimono Dress ‘YUMI’.

How to wear your comfort blazer?

You can tie and wear your blazer in different ways. You can wear it the traditional way by using the buttons and tie up the blazer at waist height. You can leave your blazer open and tie the belt at the back or front (never in the centerpiece of your body). However you can wear it even more fashionable and stylish : the ‘Kimono-way’. Overlay the left side of the blazer and tie the belt in the front with a soft single knot. By wearing the blazer this way you will not only accentuate your waist, but you will make your chest and shoulders even more impressive & physical trained.

VAN WILDER’s Styling Tip

How one simple dress can be worn in different ways. Each kimono dress has a belt / scarf. This 2-in-1 accessory has a lot to offer. If you prefer to wear the kimono dress in a flawless loose way, you can simply use this 2-in-1 item as a kind of scarf. In combination with high heels it will elongate your legs and your silhouette. If you prefer to accentuate the middle part of your body, you can wear the 2-in-1 item as belt. Tie it in a loose flattering way just above the hips and make the upper part of the dress look longer. Tie it at waist height to make you look slimmer and create more breast. You can tie the belt with a double knot at the back as well. If you are less tall, you can simply double fouled the belt and play with it when tying.

Make-up Trend Suggestion by VAN WILDER

Create the ‘no make-up look’ and shine bright.

To create this look, you can become a beautiful result with a limited number of products & tools.

Step 1

Those who are blessed with issue-free skin can apply some light concealer under the eyes. Those who need a little more coverage, can use a primer before finalising with a limited amount of foundation and concealer. Make sure to apply in a stippling motion. Pay extra attention to the edges and make sure to get rid of any visible lines. Real skin is never matte so finish by only powdering the areas that get oily during the day (T-zone). Remember: less is more!

Step 2

To create a natural and healthy glow, you can place some highlights. Start with a soft pink eyeshadow, like Cashmere, on the eyelid and apply some on the cheekbones and blend towards the temples. If you have a more sunkissed skintone, try a golden eyeshadow like Honeysuckle.

Step 3

To create more definition, apply Taupe eyeshadow in the crease of the eye and blend softly. Apply the same colour under your lower eyelashes and under the jawline. Don’t exaggerate to keep it natural. Use revolving moves to avoid visible lines. Like to use some blush? Apply from the hairline into the direction of the cheeks. Use a colour that matches your skintone.

Step 4

Natural eyebrows are never created with a pencil. So ditch your eyebrow pencil and use a powder that matches your hair colour. Apply with an angled brush and blend with a clean mascara wand or brow brush to soften the look.

Step 5

Skip eyeliner and work with the mascara wand into the roots of your eyelashes to make them appear fuller. If you are used to wearing eyeliner, keep the line thin and choose softer colours. Use a pencil instead of a liquid and finish by covering the line with an angle liner for an even more natural result.

Step 6

Apply some nude coloured lipstick as a finishing touch.
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