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On-line Style Guides for Men and Women

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wearing the best clothes for your body shape, colouring, personality and lifestyle can positively and dramatically change your appearance.  Imagine looking in the mirror and loving what you see!  You will feel great knowing that you look your best which, in turn, will lead to increased self confidence and better self esteem.  Be prepared for a lots of compliments from others too!
 

Christmas and New Year Pary Dresses

Yes I know it's only September but i'm already being asked for advise on Christmas and New Year party wear so I thought I'd find a few dresses that combine sexiness, style and affordability (yes it is possible to have all three!)

This dress is stunning yet comfortable - the empire line means that you can actually eat in it! The bust area is gathered and padded so it would suit a ladies with a small to medium bust plus it's not too short - it stops at a point that is flattering on most people.

What to Wear to Royal Ascot



If you're attending  the  Royal Ascot Races,   (Tuesday 19 – Saturday 23 June 2012)  you will want to know what you can and can't wear as the rules seem to change every year!   
The dress codes have been tightened this season, banning fascinator head wear and noting that all attendees wear hats instead. As well as this ladies have been asked to wear skirts and dresses of “modest lengths” falling just above the knee or longer.

For men attending Ascot 2012
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