With the advent of the twentieth anniversary of the 90s popular sitcom, FRIENDS; it is difficult to believe that the show has been a part our lives since so long. With its pop culture aspects, not only did the show change our perspective, but also cleverly manoeuvred our minds towards fashion in terms of personal styling.
We see Shraddha Kapoor bringing in Haider glamorously as opposed to her de-glam look in the film, and we are mesmerized to spot her distinctive avatars. We track her style moments from her promotion spree of her upcoming movie. Here is how:
The 25-year-old actress looked stunning in a black jumpsuit with a side cut-out from Osman’s Spring collection 2014,
Kendall Jenner in Alon Livne made her model-figure look red carpet worthy in a black mesh top almost translucent over a black bralet and matching trouser pants. We like how she chose to go minimal on her accessories and make up. The red box clutch cleverly breaks the monotone of her outfit. How we wish she would have experimented with her hair as well!
The husky-voiced, sultry siren that was Lauren Bacall (aged 89) died in Manhattan on August 12th 2014 due to a stroke.
Bacall, who rose to stardom in the 1940s, was one of the more popular leading ladies during the Golden Age of Hollywood. She was married to Humphrey Bogart for twelve years, the last of his life.
Batman turns 75 this year and yet the Caped Crusader shows no sign of slowing down whatsoever and will be cleaning the streets of Gotham City for years to come. But it’s not just Bruce Wayne blowing out 75 candles this year, its also all of his uber-stylish ladies. So StyleCracker decided to pay a tribute to the Dark Knight by taking a look at the style sensibilities of his (undeniably badass) leading ladies!
Sonam Kapoor has always been impeccably chic and effortlessly stylish. Her articulate fashion choices have led her to become one of the biggest style icons of the decade. Anybody who’s looking to work on their dressing sense for the better should follow closely Sonam’s classic, lady-like style.
We are just as big fans of Sonam Kapoor’s ultra-stylish wardrobe as you are,
Taylor Swift started out with being the (mildly annoying) girl who got her heart broken and kept writing song after song about it. Her music was good, no doubt, but it did get a little monotonous after a while. As did her style, with all the puffy glittering dresses and the perfect noodle-like curls that she wore.
Monotone ensembles can be disastrous if not done right. Wearing the same color from head to toe can be a bit boring if you don’t know the chic cheats. So here’s how to rock one color the StyleCracker way!
• Pick a color that compliments your skin tone and body –type. You know the color is the highlight of your look.
Rocking the red carpet earlier this week in a silver floor length strapless gown was Eileen Davidson as she bagged an award for the outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for “Days of Our Lives” at the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Beverly Hills, California. Eileen Davidson looked ethereal in the embellished number from Falguni and Shane Peacock’s latest collection.
Maxi Skirts are one of the most versatile items of clothing in our wardrobes. They can be worn in multiple ways without getting monotonous. Pair it with a crisp blazer for work or transform the look into a romantic outfit for a first date. Worn with a crop top, it will take you from day to night effortlessly.
SC lists ten outfits that should be traditional misfits but work when styled right!
Denim + Denim – This head-to-toe denim look should, in theory, be extremely monotonous and boring. But, we think it works! It’s perfect for people with petite body types, as it creates a silhouette with no broken lines and gives the illusion of height.
Fashion and style move in repetitive cycles, and it would seem that this season, the 90s fashion is making a huge comeback. It was the decade of more fashion misses than hits, but some trends stuck and are back in 2014 with a glamorous spin.
Here is our pick of ten favorites from the on-going 90s Revival that’s taken hold everywhere.