Hot Women's Fashions

The loose piece of clothing worn by women is called the nighty. A matching outer garment is required for a nightgown like a sheer chiffon robe or peignoir or a dressing gown. Stylish ladies nighties offer with an excellent substitute to conventional nightgowns. Comfortable and chic nighties make a woman look more attractive and beautiful and also offer with a good night's sleep. These can enhance the silhouette excellent pieces of ladies garments and also offer the women with a feminine look. Stylish nighties can unite the femininity of a woman and the innocence of a child.

Nighties can be worn at swimming pools, beaches and homes. If nighties are worn at home then the fabric should be thicker like silk or satin. Nighties are available in a wide range of colors, designs, sizes, shapes and materials. The materials, which are used for making nighties, include silk, lace, ribbon, satin, chiffon, mesh, nylon and cotton. A variety of necklines are available in nighties. Nighties have sleeves or can be sleeveless. Matching sleeves can be chosen for sleeveless nighties, which would make these more graceful and elegant. Nighties can also be strap less or spaghetti strap. A wide gamut of accessories can also be added to the nighties like laces, frills, ribbons, patches etc. that would make these more elegant and stylish.

A nighty of the right shape, size and style should be chosen which would give a stylish and sexy look and would also hide the flaws and insecurities of the woman. A variety of lengths are available in nighties, which include knee length, hip length and floor length. The women with a longer upper portion can opt for long nighties, which would cover the hips. For perfect fittings, the hips, bust and waist should be measured while purchasing nighties. Besides fittings, the nightgowns should also be breathable and comfortable for a good night sleep.

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Lady's Best Footwear Trends

Every year, critics and observers alike are always in the lookout for footwear trends that might stick to people's minds for the entire year. The quest for the most fashion-forward footwear is difficult, though. To find the perfect pair, you need to sift through many shoe boxes. If you are unlucky, you may even go through rack after rack and still not find that pair.

Things are different every start of the year though. While designers have already showcased their predictions, it is only after the year has officially started that you'd know if their fashion predictions came true. After all, it is always the buying public that decides which predictions are in and which ones are out.
While details are still closely under wraps and the trend is still unclear, here are just some of the things to lookout out for in footwear designs.

Shiny and reflective materials will dominate this year's shoe trends. Expect to see shiny, sparkly footwear this year. Materials from snake skin to faux leather will sport designs that glitter and glimmer. It will be interesting to see how shoes designers will incorporate this design on ladies boots, a popular footwear type making its comeback. This is a great sign for things to come this year.

Intricate Embroidery
Embroidery is an ancient, intricate art. It's been on shirts, caps, jackets, so why not shoes. Embroidered shoes will be making bold fashion statements this year. They will add a feminine touch and inject some attitude on any pair.

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Why Perfume Is Making A Comeback

Perfume, like fashion, is very much a product of its time. Contemporary niche brands like Le Labo, Phlur, and Atelier Cologne favor unique unisex scents over traditional notes for men and women—a reflection of dissolving gender norms and the increasing popularity of indie brands. Fragrance “reflects both dominant fantasies and a means of escape from them,” Alyssa Harad, fragrance expert and author of the book Coming To My Senses, told Allure.

That’s part of what makes the explosion of interest in popular ‘80s and ‘90s fragrances so fascinating. The two were almost opposite decades, in a way—the ‘80s one of power, excess, and money, while the ‘90s embraced androgyny and clean minimalism. Yet here we are, with Bath and Body Works bringing back a selection of its iconic scents for a limited time, and Calvin Klein releasing its ‘90s-inspired fragrance Deep Euphoria.

“The perfumes of the late 1980's were big fragrances to go with big shoulder pads and big hair,” Harad said. “They went with power suits and cigarettes and hairspray. Then in the early ‘90s we had a reaction to all that with the stripped-down, androgynous scents à la the CK series.”

Interested in catching the trend? Not so fast. Major regulations on scent components in the ‘80s in Europe forced many fragrance houses to reformulate their perfumes, so the floral notes your mom wore might be a little different than what you can buy now. But there are a few perfumes you can purchase that will transport you to the glitz and glamour of the ‘80s, or the clean, spare elegance of the ‘90s. We talked with Harad about the best perfumes of yesteryear that still make the cut today.


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