photos: miss selfridge (top) tibi (bottom)
Today’s topic is the one-shoulder dress. Whether it’s long or short, the point of a one-shoulder dress is to show a little skin! In my opinion (and it’s just an opinion), the hair should almost always take the back seat to the featured shoulder. If you pull your hair over the bare shoulder, you might as well be wearing a dress that covers both shoulders. Let that shoulder show and throw on some earrings for some sparkle!
Try wearing your hair…
- All down and back. Allows you to keep the length. Straight, curly or wavy, the focus is still on the one shoulder.
- Messy pony. It’s sexy. Never looks too forced. Looks gorgeous with any texture. Also good for girls with bangs!
- Low bun or chignon. Keep it simple and try not to let it crowd your neck too much. If it does, it can make your neck appear shorter and that’s never good. Always check your profile and the back of your hair using a hand mirror to make sure everything looks balanced.
Bri Emery is one of my blonde besties and today we did a lil post together over on her site, designlovefest! Not only is she the “Goddess of Graphic” but a constant source or originality and inspriation to me and lots of my fellow bloggers on the www. READ MORE…
photos: GettyImages, Kristin Ess
Last night our lovely Lady Conrad attended the InStyle Golden Globes party. She wore a simple and chic navy Paper Crown dress READ MORE…
Let’s be honest, figuring out how to wear your hair with a particular outfit can be really hard. We’re going to try and simplify that with “Fashion Fridays”. Every Friday we’ll pick a new shape, silhouette, neckline, etc… We’ll go over which hairstyles to pair the look with and why. Hopefully this will help us all connect the gap between hair + fashion.
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photo by Mick De Lint for FashionGoneRogue.com post styled by Kristin Ess
Winter can be brutal. It’s amazing how a little flurry of snow or a tiny bit of drizzling rain can completely ruin your good hair day. We’re going to kick off a list of tips and tricks for minimizing frizz in the winter and then we want you guys to submit your own in the comment section below. We may be the “experts”, but you guys teach us new things every day and sharing helpful tips is what TBD is all about. Here we go! READ MORE…