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Very Cool Vju Cool FASHION SALAD (read full article)

These t-shirt designs are timeless and abreast of times. “Gorgeous” spotlights different girls, every single one with a different attitude towards life but equals in their gorgeousness – just like us fashionistas!

The dominatrix lover, next to an innocent & sexy girl, you will find the disco queen, a la saturday night fever next to the 50’s pin-up girl. Now that’s girl power united!

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Matchy Matchy, Bags and Boots COUTURE IN THE CITY (read full article)

While this is by no means a great look for the beach, city gals can get a lot of mileage with this look and get a leg up on what promises to be a popular look for this fall. Even though matching your bag to your shoes is SO 1950’s, a brown or black carry all bag with matching brown or black boots looks smart and chic.

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Bohemian Fashion is Out! OMIRU (read full article)
You said: With 69% of the vote against it, Bohemian Fashion is Out.

Omiru’s take: While the loose, carefree feel of bohemian fashion seems like a fine idea to us in theory, in practice, this perennial warm weather trend just doesn’t look as good as it should. Style tip? If you love bohemian fashion, wear it in moderation. Pair your hippie-chic tunic with a structured pair of pants. Or wear your flowy dress with a sophisticated handbag and shoes. Oh, and buy it on the cheap–this is a fleeting trend, at best.
Designer Spotlight: Lover FAB SUGAR (read full article)

A serious sweet spot for Aussie design - and Lover is no exception. Designer duo Susien Chong and Nic Briand started out in 2001 with the idea that while they have contrasting tastes - she for the romantic and ethereal and he for the loud and irreverent - together they could combine to make something Fab!

And Fab it is - Lover has adorable little dresses, a knack for high-waisted denim, and lots and lots of plaid. And with a catchy brand name like Lover it’s even harder to resist!

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