Whether you’re an hourglass, pear or apple shaped, just know that curvy girls have all the fun when it comes to dresses. They tend to flare out in all the right places and highlight the even better parts of your body; but that’s only if you pick the right ones. Don’t get me wrong, a body-hugging bandeau dress à la Kim Kardashian could look like perfection on curves.
As always, the plan for the StyleCracker Night Market is to get you a new and improved wardrobe at affordable prices! So pretty much all the brands participating are stocking reasonably priced pieces, that your summer closet will absolutely love. To help you navigate through the 100+ brands, we picked out 10 you can shop from under 5k this weekend.
Your summer accessories are equally important as your summer #ootd. We’re giving you the chance to upgrade and update your summer wardrobe at the StyleCracker Night Market this weekend and we thought we’d give you a little preview beforehand.
While you will find over 100 brands to shop from, The Glocal Trunk has a new collection they’ll be displaying,
It all started when I was asked to go sourcing for a shoot at StyleCracker. As the Content Editor, I don’t always get a chance to make shopping a part of my job – that’s what sourcing is right? You pick out clothes for a video or photo shoot, wear them and return them the next day.
Do you tend to wear different shoes during different seasons? I don’t know about you but most of my closed mouth, textured shoes are left for autumn/winter, while I’ll go for open-toe and bright shades for summer. For the StyleCracker Borough’s fifth anniversary, we’re making sure we take care of all your shoe needs. We’ve been crushing hard on Inc.5’s range of footwear and as it turns out,
One look at Diipa Khosla’s Instagram feed and you’ll wonder what you’re doing with your life. At least I did. Born in India, the model/influencer shuttles between London and Amsterdam creating some fantastic content as she goes. I stumbled upon her page quite recently and I’ve got to say, her style has me hooked!
She has a knack for taking wardrobe staples and making them look like you’ve never thought they could.
It’s only mid-March but Summer seems to have arrived with full force. As we brace ourselves for the heat and humidity, it’s important to give your closet an update as well. You don’t want to see cardigans when the weather calls for crop tops, right? When planning your outfits for the office, it might feel like nothing has to change (what with the sub-zero temperatures they maintain at work) and you can still wear your black pant-suit to a meeting.
The thing about models is, they’re sometimes the first few people to witness and try on the latest trends every season. So naturally, they know what’s in, how to wear new styles and with their perfect bodies, they always pull it off. Which instantly puts them on top of our list when we’re out hunting down new trends.
Fashion week always brings out a more stylish side of people. Not only do you see a wave of innovation on the runway, very often, you find styles you’d like to try off it as well. We already follow all our favourite home-grown influencers and keep an eye on what they’re doing and wearing. But fashion week is an event that takes place all over the world.
Curating one-of-a-kind boxes of clothing, accessories and beauty takes up most of our day at the StyleCracker HQ. We love reading what our clients prefer wearing, knowing about their shapes, sizes as well as their likes and dislikes. To ensure that our boxes are filled with the coolest brands, we make sure we explore different labels,
Let’s face it, November to end February has been ear-marked as ‘Wedding Season’ in everyone’s calendars. If you’re in your late 20s and up, the functions you need to attend are practically endless. Hell, I have one friend whose been to at least ten weddings back to back, including a few destination ones thrown in between!
I made a bunch of new resolutions for 2018 and as you’d expect, one of them was for my clothes. I promised to start focusing more on the quality of the pieces I buy rather than the quantity. If I can wear it at least five to ten times, then it’s worth it. Another part of this resolution was to look at new designers.