NEW YEAR EVE’S STYLE

NEW YEAR EVE’S STYLE

It’s tempting to go mad on the final and most glamourous night of the year. Let us begin with where you will be spending the evening. Almost everywhere will have plenty of sparkle and glitter. We should never compete with our surroundings; and you can still celebrate the sparkle and glimmer of the evening without wearing the obvious. To stand out, effortlessly, go for an ultra sophisticated, comfortable and sexy look. Your clothes and underwear: Choose your outfit before choosing your underwear. The right underwear should help your clothes fit well and disappear under your clothes. In choosing your clothes, think timeless elegance. Wear something that fits you really well and allows you to eat, drink and dance. Your make-up: Less is always more. Draw attention to your lips with the perfect red lipstick for your skin-tone. The lipstick should not be too metallic or shimmery. To compliment your mouth, keep your eyes and cheeks simple; just a subtle shimmer on the eyes, but no where else. Your nail colour choice should be as close to natural as possible. Make sure your eye brows are groomed, and don’t forget your mascara. Your Hair – Don’t go over board with a dramatic up do, but you need something more stylish than your usual comb or brush-out. What ever look you go for, your hair style should balance out your entire look. Accessories – Finish with one statement accessory – A great necklace or chunky brooch or tiara or cuff. This is your chance to be extravagant! Your Posture – Though it’s cold and windy, stand up straight and walk with...
A FINE ART WEDDING SHOOT AT ‘THE MALL’, LONDON BY MONALISA

A FINE ART WEDDING SHOOT AT ‘THE MALL’, LONDON BY MONALISA

The marriage of the exquisite ‘Swanlake’ dress by Amanda Wyatt, the sumptuous setting of Karen Brost Whyte’s house, so rich in charm and classical elegance and the stunning and adorable models was so breathtaking, magical and so pick-your-jaw-up-off-the-floor beautiful that I felt utterly enchanted, and found myself composing a Hollywood love story in my head during this shoot. There were moments during the shoot that I could hear the crescendo of Craig Armstrong’s score to Romeo and Juliet’s Balcony scene in my head. It was MAGICAL! The following pictures capture some of the wonderful moments from this magical day. “… No sooner met but they looked; no sooner looked but they loved; no sooner loved but they sighed; no sooner sighed but they asked one another the reason; no sooner knew the reason but they sought the remedy; and in these degrees have they made a pair of stairs to marriage” AS YOU LIKE IT – WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE   “I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine …” SONG OF SOLOMON     A stunning wedding dress by AMANDA WYATT         I am totally in love with this romantic wedding dress by Amanda Wyatt. It’s called ‘Swanlake’. The only way to describe this stunning dress is to call it what it truly is – an exquisite work of art. This strapless, ivory tulle dress is made with over 1,600 hand-sewn tulle pieces to create its dramatic skirt. How much passion and work has gone into this unique piece!   “I will have poetry in my life. And adventure. And love. Love above all. No … not...

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