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


Article reference:
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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69. Not My Kind of Summer Skirt, It's My Kind of Skirt For All Seasons


I'd prefer this midi skirt because the print looks foreign and pink. It really gives a touch of kimono to the skirt.

Midi skirt isn't too short that it shows too much skin, and not too long that the skirt sweeps the floor, just the right size.

This midi skirt shows off my flat belly. I'd feel proud to wear this skirt after a very tight diet plan.

I may also put my phones and wallet in the front pockets too when I feel my confidence level is at peak. Otherwise, I can just rest my hands for a while in the pockets to emphasise my flat belly.

The floral print in this skirt gives a unique statement. The white flowers print is rare, since it can mean that it's not coloured properly.

I'd use this skirt to show that I'm a carefree person, and ready to fill my white flowers with your colours.

I love the colour and the ribbon accent on waist. I'd place the ribbon on my front-right waist, or on my back, for a more unique touch to my style.

I can use many different colours for my top, so the skirt can compliment my top, or be the focus of my look that day.

This skirt is very convenient. There are side pockets where I can go bag-less everywhere.

I imagine I can wear this on any occasions too; from a relaxed hang outs, or office luncheon events, given the right shoes.

This skirt is also very convenient and one of my favourites among the six midi skirts here.

The colour is complimenting the skin of any colours, besides giving a professional look to wear daily to the office.

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