83. Alternative Bag to Office


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Keplinco - Tote Bag

  • The bag has great colour choices

  • You can carry paperwork in that bag, because of it's rectangular design

  • There's a ribbon that sweetens the look.
    You can also tie your own shawl to the handle, and easily wear the shawl whenever you feel like it (while the ribbon stays there sweetly).

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82. Bow Tie Pants For Me, Capri Pants For The Confident You


I know I'm not confident showing my legs, but I've always felt that Capri pants look good on people. I even use Capri pants to sleep all the time.

This pants look relaxing. The colour is calming too. I love how the designer puts stretchy band on the waist because you won't know when your waist grow bigger, or when your diet starts to work.
I would prefer the pants on the right as it is longer. Besides, it's so unique and kinda prettify my feet with its bow tie.

The colour is tan, very soothing and it would look alright with any colour. At least there are more colours for my top that I can choose from, rather than having a random red coloured or purple coloured pants.

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81. Let's Go to A Horse Racing Event


There's a touch of wood leather in that and the pattern is delicate. If you see the model, she doesn't even use any other prints in her look. She came out plain and simple, yet she looked so elegant and stylish.

I guess printed clothes are great in a way, but plain clothes are more useful.

If you think about it again, people may remember you from the last printed clothes you wore, but wearing the same plain clothes again with different coloured pants may not mean the same.

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80. Rather Than Changing Tops, How About Changing Bottoms Instead?


She used two-coloured tone, pretty much, green (or teal) and pink. The top was so unique in that it had a waistband to come along.

I think this is interesting, since you can use any kind of shirt inside, because there's a blazer to finish the look.

Printed pants seem to be in fashion nowadays, as I see more and more people wear them. As long as you wear plain shirt, it doesn't matter which colour you chose to match the pants, the shine's just there.
Do you remember, when we used to change our tops, to match our jeans? Do you think that maybe, just maybe, we change our pants everyday now, over the same plain tops?

I love how the designer used flowery pattern, because it helps cheer up the day for me. Furthermore, I love how this is going, now that I've seen printed pants to go with plain shirts, I kinda think that pants that are plain without prints are boring.

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79. Showing Up Elegant Without A Clue


It seems that she's using the same prints for her top and bottom. The top part has a more dominant prints though, and it's showing a very bright colour; crimson and white. The black colour emphasises the prints, giving it an elegant touch.

If you notice, the bottom part is using the same colour as the top (the lighter part), with the same print pattern. I wonder if this is a pair prepared by the designer, not a mix-match pair.

It's elegantly feminine, and I would use this pair to go to office today. I would be the centre of attention accidentally without even trying.


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78. Dress Not to Steal But to Impress


I kinda like Victoria Beckham's style. The design for this dress is unique, and I love the colour too.

Going for vertical stripes can make you look thinner. And I would maybe use straight slim-fit pants (either jeans or black) to cover my legs, and I still look fantastic.

This is a definite choice for me.

The belt accent nails the look, and I would use this dress for an evening party.

This dress is a bit old-school, yet if you combine it with boots, you'll look pretty all the same.

I'd combine it with a shiny thigh-high boots just because I can.

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77. Looking At You, Zachary Prell


It's like jeans, but a phone case.

Looking at this phone case, I imagine a guy in his mid-thirties, wearing a suit, very successful businessman.

Want It Like Crazy!!! (shrieking)

The colour matches my look, it's gray... Dark gray...

I'm macho, fashionable, elegant, to the max!


This phone case is unique and stylish.

I imagine the guy might be in his mid twenties, come from a very rich family, because he's so successful in his young age.

Also not bad!

I imagine the guy could be someone who's very interesting, fun, and outgoing.

I'd love to have him around me, to cheer my day.

It's unique. I love it! My imagination runs wild uncontrollably.

The guy could be someone who's very hardworking, unique, still very young.

He might go to a reputable university, getting good scores, and his Dad loves him, and have great hopes in him.

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76. Run Everywhere, Fun All The Time


Dad sneaker is all time favourite.

You can play around with how you tie your shoelaces, or choose a different colour for it to give a different look.

One point to note is that futuristic sneaker tends to have a certain colour that doesn't come that easy to pair.

The clothes should match the colour of the sneaker, and sometimes, you need more than one pair to go hang out, because you change your clothes, and bags, and hats, and a lot of other things.

For those of you who finds tying shoelaces is a waste of time, this velcro sneaker is one great alternative.

You can adjust the bands tighter or looser however you like it.

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75. Good Lookin' Boss Just Chillin'


Two coloured tone for the shirt gives a touch of softness and pretty looking.

I would wear this shirt to a family picnic, which normally requires a lot of activities.

The colour matches the sunlight too. You won't get the same look when you wear this shirt at night.

White always complements your skin (of any colours).

If the short sleeves reach my elbows, I think I might want to consider wearing this shirt.

I don't wear whites that often because white is a fragile colour.

It gets dirty easily, and when the detergent isn't right, the colour wears off and it becomes yellowish white or light gray, which is surely a different colour.

Plain shirt is simple. Red is a great colour too.

Pair it with jeans (short or long), and you're good to go anywhere, anytime.

This striped shirt is simple. I can also wear it during daylight.

It gives out a sense of calm and soft and gentle.

The colour of this shirt is soft but firm. It shows elegance in a unique way.

However, I'd always prefer to go for symmetrical print, because I like to keep everything neat and in order. Missing a pattern in either side gives me an itch.

I love this shirt the most.

The colour gives a cheerful look, very bright and extravagant.

I might wear this shirt to office too, with either jeans or any pair of trousers.

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74. She Chose Brown


Article reference:
Look of The Day: GIGI HADID

She was stunning with this printed dress. She was relaxed, yet still looked sophisticated with the dress. I'd do something with the hair, and used a different bag, but I'd definitely copy her look.

Her shoes were flat, so I'd probably try to use those slippers... I still prefer sneakers though. It's neat and won't show too much details of the legs (like feet fingers, I meant toes and stuff).

I wonder how she managed to match the printed dress with brown slippers. I could've used white, or green slippers, but brown somehow seems better.

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73. Printed Shirt to Cheer The Day


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Look of The Day: ANNE HATHAWAY

She used one colour tone, but her top was a printed shirt with the same colour tone.

If the top is of complex print, you can't complete it with a bottom having different print of matching colour, or of the same colour for that matter. What if you use plain orange shirt instead? I don't think you'll make a fine statement. It's orange, it's bright, it's captivating. Yet, you use plain shirt to finish. You kinda miss the climax intentionally without logical reasons.

Now, what if you use a plain different matching colour instead, like black? Maybe, just maybe, it's going to look better, but you might need a shawl / jacket / huge necklace to accessorise your look.

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72. Blue!


I like blue. You use light blue colour during interview to make a statement that you're trustworthy. You also use blue and / or green colour for elderlies to represent wisdom, confidence, truth, faith... heaven. Its calming nature brings positive effect.

I love her dress, it's classy and timeless. She's gorgeous.

Surely, my fixed look would be not to use high heels, so I'd use white sneakers. I guess wearing blue sneakers won't nail it. The white colour must be of more or less the same amount with the blue colour. My next question would be which kind of two colours? Do you think she'd look dashing when she used dark blue and light blue? Or dark blue and black?

I guess for now I would settle with a combination of dark and light colour as my two-colour strategy.

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71. Simply Neat and Elegant


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Look of The Day: KATE BOSWORTH

I like how she tied her hair.

She looked well groomed and very neat, clothes reflected high end style, without giving too much blink-blink to emphasise things.

She's neat, elegant, yet humble (not showing off that it looks arrogant). If you see her look, notice that she wasn't wearing bracelets nor necklaces, nor watches. She looked plain and simple, yet elegant in a sense. She also looked stylish, without showing too much skin. She went long-sleeves too.

The touch of boots were a nice addition, but I think, I won't copy the boots though. I guess I'd prefer to wear flat shoes, or sneakers (like Taylor Swift). All in all, I'd also wear boots (of different kind of course) if I were her.

Psst, she only used two colours in her look too...

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70. Lesson Learned: Not to Use Too Many Colours in One Look


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Look of The Day: AMAL CLOONEY

She looked elegant.

I couldn't figure out the exact design of the shirt, but a plain black shirt has always been my favourite. Actually, plain middle-sleeves shirt of any colours.

I never thought combining it with a geometrical print pants would be a good match. If you notice, she only used two colours for the look; black and brown, which made it more sophisticated.

I didn't like the shiny touch on the jacket, so I'd replace it with a brown leather jacket. You can replace the shoes with a black pair, but I think you'd ruin the colour order. Black was supposed to be on top (including the bag), and brown should be on below.

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