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Monday, December 19, 2011

Tangerine Winter

Colour of 2012 is Tangerine Tango!
Be the lead by embracing these tanger-ish orange this winter!

Most of the 4 season countries are having white Christmas, and if you are celebrating Christmas abroad, be a leading fashionista by dressing in THE colour for 2012 - Tangerine Tango!

Orange is not your colour platelet, try out something bright to be in the trend. Bright yellow, sharp pink or red could also do the trick! Beware of selecting the colour, neon series might be too overwhelming *wink wink*

Reviewing Burberry Prorsum collarless wool coat in orange. It is a straight cut coat with buttons as deco, so tighten it up with a leather suede waist belt for a fabulous figure. Clinch belt is not really recommended as usually is just clinching on it and might not be tight as outer coat could be really thick and may loosen your clincher. 

Or you can opt for other design/colour, featuring Paul & Joe Monaco double-breasted wool blend coat. Double layered is warmer and the V shape neckline portraying a better and a more feminine feature.

As for the shoe, for more casual appeal, matching up with a leather platform ankle boot is sufficient. Thicker heels give you a better grip, especially on snowy day. For sexier outlook, skinny leather knee length boot would be a better option as the leather stick tight to your calf and elongate your leg.

Getting something light at your hand, do consider a soft-textured leather clutch or an envelope clutch. Otherwise, if you have more item to be stuffed with, satchel bag would be a good option. If you want to be more classic westerners, grab a leopard print or any other animal skin hair bag. 

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1 feedbacks:

wholesale womens clothing on December 27, 2011 at 2:19 PM said...

I like this post, it was beautiful and for me it was fashionable. Big thanks for sharing.




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