I have been a skinny jeans addict my whole life. Being on the petite side, skinny jeans were my go-to for literally everything, as it made me look more toned (without working out, so win-win), and fit like a dream.
I flirted with the idea of a different fit every time I went shopping, trying everything from a flare to a boyfriend to a straight cut pair (my least favourite).
The first Monday of May is reserved for one thing and one thing alone – Vogue’s Annual Met Gala. It’s the one evening when celebrities descend upon the steps of the Met Museum decked out in whatever theme the Costume Institute is displaying for that year. While some people at the StyleCracker HQ thought the theme could very well be Game of Thrones this year (after scrolling through Instagram this morning),
When you say ‘pear-shaped’ the first woman that immediately comes to my mind is Jennifer Lopez. IMO, she’s got the perfect body and I find myself wanting everything she wears. Being pear-shaped, for those who don’t know, is when your lower body is wider than your upper. Basically, wider hips and a smaller chest.
Of course you need to keep your body type in mind while dressing up.
At this point I’m just a sucker for makeup. Looking at it, thinking about all the new products launching and just stepping into Sephora gets me giddy with excitement; and it might just be a problem. Obviously I feed this habit on social media and scrolling through endless images of celebrities, bloggers and influencers with the perfect face on makes me super happy.
SC rounded up the most iconic outfits of all time, that are widely recognised and popularly awarded legendary status.
Marilyn Monroe’s billowing white dress is the first thing that comes to mind the moment we think “iconic dress”.
Another one of Monroe’s outfits that has been revisited several times in pop culture is her “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend”