How to incorporate European style in your wardrobe

Dress Like a European Woman

If you’ve been to Europe, you must have noticed one thing, just about every woman there dresses well. Yes, even when they are out to buy some milk. You will find women wearing shorts and high heels on the street with their babies in the stroller. In short, whatever be the occasion or whatever hour of the day be, women in Europe stay in style and follow the latest fashion trends.

So let’s take a sneak peek and know about the European fashion trends.

Get the right fit

European style

If you think that women in Europe have their closet filled with designer clothes, then you are wrong. But yes, they do have some high-end fashion elements. The most important thing of their dress is that they make sure to have the right fitting clothes. In case the dress they have bought is not the right fit, they get it altered to fit them well. So to match them make sure you have right fitting clothes. You may want to get your favorite clothes at some discounted rates so you can check out some latest offers with exclusive voucher codes at Dealslands women’s fashion store page.

Be simple

European style

European women keep their wardrobe simple. You will find their timeless and classic collections which are tranquil. Then the trick comes. They add that finishing touch to their attire with some bright coloured shoes, jewellery, scarf etc. Some even go for a contrasting look by adding an over-sized flowing top to a pair of skinny jeans.

Skinny jeans

European style

Jeans constitute the basic element of any European woman’s wardrobe. It is a common scene to see them wearing skinny jeans. Dark blue or say gray coloured jeans is very common. Colourful jeans like something in bright red can even be spotted.

Simple hair style

European style

European women do not mess with their hair much. Sometimes you may even feel that they just got out of bed and tousled it. Messy bun or simple ponytail is in fashion.

Shoes and shoes everywhere

European style

European women love shoes. Many of them spend a good amount of their life just in high heels. But yeah, they are well versed to walk on the city sidewalks and cobblestone streets of Europe. A pair of wedges, boots, loafers flats, ankle boots, etc. has place in the closet. Don’t mess up with the prices of the of shoes. Check dealslands.co.uk first when going for any purchase. So if you too are trying to find style make sure not to end up in a pair of running shoes or something that is uncomfortable.

Show some legs

European style

European women love to show off their skin. You will see women out there wearing pantyhose, tights, skirts, stockings, etc. You can even see women showing off their legs during the winters. So get the right skirt or stockings to match your silhouette.

Scarfs

European style

A scarf completes the outfit of an European woman. A scarf that is either made from silk or cotton is worn during the summer, while cosy and warm scarves for the winter.

Simple makeup

European style

European women love to wear makeup. They again make sure to keep it simple. Something they are fascinated about is wearing lipstick. You will find women with bright red lipstick all over the place. You can find the shade that matches you and wear simple makeup to meet their style.

Sunglasses

European style

European women love sunglasses. You will be stunned by the style and design of the glasses. 70’s style sunglasses are also in trend now.

So if you too are trying to blend in with the European fashion, better follow these tips to up your European style each day.

Crystal Deroche is an Art Director/ Fashion Stylist/Fashion Curator who was born and raised in Paris, France.

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Firth is the first black model to be cast by Prada for almost two decades.

Hat tip: Gena Pearson

Source: Guardian.co.uk

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Prada Resort Mailaka Firth Photograph: Prada Resort

The presence of Firth, who was born in Kenya and grew up in the UK, in this campaign is undeniably symbolic, but it is also a massive endorsement for her. Doe-eyed and with delicate features, Firth started modelling two years ago and has previously appeared on the Asos website and in Rollercoaster magazine. The Prada campaign is her first advertising campaign and follows cameos on the brand’s catwalk, most recently in the menswear show for spring/summer 2014. If Dunn’s career – she was the last black British model to reach Vogue cover-girl status – is any guide, this should only the beginning.

Read the full story on The Guardian.co.uk.