Wednesday, April 11, 2012

NET A LA MODE’s Trip Down Fashion’s Memory Lane…..

1. The Tailored Suit


Coco Chanel was the Fashion Scholar that transformed a woman’s wardrobe from corseted silhouettes to tailored suits. The creation of suits was her faultless technique’s representation of comfortable attire, whilst maintaining a sophisticated look. Coco Chanel adored simplicity and pursued elegance with anything she did, and today, her creations remain firm within the fashion world’s reign.












 


2. The Power Blouse

From her early years as a child star, to her big screen debuts, Elizabeth Taylor never unheeded the supremacy of a blouse. It may be simple, and perhaps too boring for many, but remains a staple piece for every woman’s wardrobe and its fashionable combination possibilities are limitless.  The violet-eyed star was a fashion icon that is still celebrated for her glamorous style.














 
3. Ballerina Flats
 
Many of you may know her as the star from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, but what you may not know, is how modest and beautiful her style was off of the big screen. Hepbern’s ballerina shoes craft a picture-perfect outfit. Today, flats come in all shapes and colors, and they give off just as much spice as heels do to any ensemble.















 
4. Little Black Dress

This Italian actress always managed to look sexy, especially when she put on her LBD. Sophia Loren remains to be one of the most beautiful women of our time; her sensual appeal never ceased to come off as effortless. Ladies, make sure there’s a little black dress hanging in your closet…there will always be a time for it to come out and play. 










 























NET A LA MODE's Black London Soles                                 NET A LA MODE's Little Black Dress




























NET A LA MODE's Power Blouse                                            NET A LA MODE's Suit Jacket



Happ-E-Shopping!

Dana El-Ghazal

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