Friday, October 7, 2011

Beach Party Dress

DWDShoes Wrap Dress Tutorial- Beach, Vacation, and Pool Parties!
A summer full of romanticism brings us garments with a hand-made feel and embellished with embroidery and floral prints. The rich texture and weave of fabrics evokes a relaxed silhouette in neutral tones.
Elegant Beach Party Dress
Amazing Beach Party Dress
Simple Beach Party Dress
Beautiful Beach Party Dress
Beach Party Dress

Japanese Dress Fashion

Japanese Girls' Fashion 2011 Dress
Style Trends 2011 Beige color on the shirt that looks somewhat transparent then paired with a white mini skirt floral small gray flowers and lines in black. And the clothes are given a ribbon whose motives the same as the skirt.
Elegant Japanese Dress Fashion
Amazing Japanese Dress Fashion
All About Japanese Dress Fashion
Unique Japanese Dress Fashion
Japanese Dress Fashion
White Japanese Dress Fashion

Japanese Hair Style

♥Hairstyles♥Japanese Girls' Hair Style
There are some cute and beautiful hair trends from celebrities to short hair sported by actress Bai Ling here he has the look of ultra-chic. Some dyes are mixed cute bangs. Cute layered short hairstyles for women of all ages and layers to see more prominent in the photo I..

Elegant Japanese Hair Style
Japanese Hair Style
Beautiful Japanese Hair Style
Unique Japanese Hair Style
Amazing Japanese Hair Style
Cute Japanese Hair Style

Monday, October 3, 2011

"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume

"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume
"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume
"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume
"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume
"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume
"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume

"Someday" Justin Bieber Perfume

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Tattoo for Mens

Mens Tattoos
Elegant Tattoo for Mens
Simple Tattoo for Mens
Amazing Tattoo for Mens
Tattoo for Mens
Tattoo for Mens
Tattoo for Mens
Tattoo for Mens

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Burberry Boots

Burberry rain boots

Burberry is a well-known British brand specializing in luxury goods. Burberry is well-known for its luxury designer handbags but it also makes shoes and boots
For a description of Burberry handbags and Burberry's current strategy see - Burberry Handbags - It operates in the global luxury sector which represented in 2008 approximately $225 billion for Burberry.
Over the last four years and despite the worst financial crisis since 1929 the luxury goods market has grown by 7% a year on average. Growth slowed in 2008 and the market is expected to contract over 2009. The fundamental long-term drivers of growth in the luxury market have not gone away:
the luxury market has grown at 2 to 3 times the rate of the global economy
emerging economies such as China, Russia and India have expanded
the number of high net worth individuals has increased in core and emerging markets; high net worj individuals are people with assets (excluding their primary residence) in excess of US$1m - such individuals are more likely to buy luxury goods than other consumers
demand for luxury brands increased as aspirations develop, working women spend more and a more men choose luxury brands
increased travel and tourism
continued luxury brand product innovation creates demand for new products
The luxury goods market comprises apparel, womens handbags, shoes, perfume and cosmetics and so-called hard luxury, such as watches and jewellery.
Burberry competes with a number of comapnies manufacturing luxury goods. Large international corporations with several luxury brands and single brand luxury brands.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Short Skirt and Mini Skirts 2009 Collection

A miniskirt, sometimes hyphenated as mini-skirt, is a skirt with a hemline well above the knees – generally no longer than 10 cm (4 in) below the buttocks; and a minidress is a dress with a similar meaning. A micro-miniskirt or microskirt is a further abbreviation of the miniskirt and short shorts are the shortened versions of the shorts
The popularity of miniskirts peaked in the "Swinging London" of the 1960s, but its popularity is since still commonplace among many women, mostly teenagers, preteens, and young adults. Before that time, short skirts were only seen in sport clothing, such as skirts worn by female tennis players.
From the ancient Greek tunic until the military tunic of Roman times, the very short tunic was exclusively worn by slaves and fighters. In the Middle Ages they were worn under the armour.

During her theatre performances in the Folies Bergère in Paris in 1926, Joséphine Baker wore a sort of miniskirt made from bananas.

In the 1950s, they could be seen in the science fiction films Devil Girl from Mars and Forbidden Planet.
Mary Quant ran a popular clothes shop in Kings Road, Chelsea, London, called Bazaar, from which she sold her own designs. In the late 1950s she began experimenting with shorter skirts, culminating in the creation of the miniskirt in 1964—one of the defining fashions of the decade.Quant named the miniskirt after her favourite make of car, the Mini.
Owing to Quant's position in the heart of fashionable "Swinging London", the miniskirt was able to spread beyond a simple street fashion into a major international trend. The style came into prominence when Jean Shrimpton wore a short white shift dress, made by Colin Rolfe, on 30 October 1965 at Derby Day, first day of the annual Melbourne Cup Carnival in Australia, where it caused a sensation. According to Shrimpton, who claimed that the brevity of the skirt was due mainly to Rolfe's having insufficient material, the ensuing controversy was as much as anything to do with her having dispensed with a hat and gloves, seen as the essential accessories in such conservative society. The miniskirt was further popularized by André Courrèges who developed it separately and incorporated it into his Mod look, for spring/summer 1965. His miniskirts were less body-hugging, and worn with the white "Courrèges boots" that became a trademark. By introducing the miniskirt into the haute couture of the fashion industry, Courrèges gave it a greater degree of respectability than might otherwise have been expected of a street fashion.[citation needed]. An even more prominent French fashion designer, Yves St. Laurent, began to show shorter skirts in his fall/winter 1965 collection, including his famous "Mondrian" dress (inspired by the work of painter Piet Mondrian), a trend that he continued with throughout the 1960s, although he became more famous during this period for introducing the concept of the formal trouser suit for women into haute couture.

Fashion designer Rudi Gernreich was among the first U.S. designers to offer miniskirts.
Upper garments, such as rugby shirts, were sometimes adapted as mini-dresses. With the rise in hemlines, the wearing of tights or pantyhose, in place of stockings, became more common. Mary Quant cited this development in defence of the miniskirt:

"In European countries where they ban mini-skirts in the streets and say they're an invitation to rape, they don't understand about stocking tights underneath."

During the mid-1970s, the fashion industry largely returned to longer skirts such as the midi and the maxi. Journalist Christopher Booker gave two reasons for this reaction: firstly, that "there was almost nowhere else to go ... the mini-skirts could go no higher"; and secondly, in his view, "dressed up in mini-skirts and shiny PVC macs, given such impersonal names as 'dolly birds', girls had been transformed into throwaway plastic objects". Certainly this lengthening of hemlines coincided with the growth of the feminist movement. However, in the 1960s the mini had been regarded as a symbol of liberation, and it was worn by some, such as Germaine Greer and, in the following decade, Gloria Steinem, who became known for their promotion of women's issues. Greer herself wrote in 1969 that:

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