Traveling is a passion for some, and a simple getaway break for others. Whether you are an avid traveler or an occasional tourist, it is essential that you stay away from the sempiternal tourist gear: Bermudas, light shirt and a baseball cap. A girl has to have some style, even when she’s traveling to the other side of the globe. So, here a little guide to shine like an elegant lady when you’re on the road.
If you can tell your Lagerfeld from your Louboutins, follow all the biggest and best fashion bloggers on Twitter and can put together an amazing OOTD, or outfit of the day in just a few minutes then this trip is for you. These respective cities are famous not just for their art, culture, and histories but of course their sartorial claims to fame.
Yes, there’s a huge stigma surrounding tattoos. If you’re ever expressed any interest in getting one, I’m sure you’ve been met by backlash, eye-rolls, huffs or simply looks of genuine disapproval from someone. Of course, this is all completely ridiculous. Aside from the obvious fact that your body should be yours to do with as you please (and it seems a little strange that we’re all so concerned with how everyone else looks anyway), tattoos are a form of art.
Thankfully, as of late, people have become more accepting in tattoos; for the most part, at least. Employers are still rather divided and varied on the subject, meaning that the majority of people place tattoos in areas concealed by their work clothes.
Getting dressed up is something a lot of people only do for special occasions. I’ll be honest, I’m one of those people. The rest of the time, they might have a standard wardrobe for different situations. Maybe you wear jeans and a t-shirt for casual outfits, and you have a selection of skirts and blouses for work. For me, my go to’s are always black leggings and some oversize shirt. But there are several arguments for putting effort into your outfit all the time. No matter what you’re doing, you can go the extra mile to look great. You don’t have to go over the top to look amazing, either. You can dress well and look appropriate for all occasions. Here are some excellent reasons to do it.
Without a doubt, it’s harder to look good over the winter than over the summer. Living in Canada, seasons happen every year and one has to learn how to cope with the changes. Weather can go from being extremely hot to wearing a snowboarding jacket as an alternate winter jacket. Some days you’ll get a week of a downpour of rain and other weeks you’ll have to deal with the temperature dropping in its negatives. Here are some tips to help you look good and feel great through the coldest, darkest months of the year.
Swimsuit shopping may or may not be your favorite thing to do and just because it’s fall, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to forget about wearing swimsuits again until summer rolls around. Swimming is one of the best ways to keep fit and happy in winter – almost every town has a heated indoor swimming pool so it’s easily accessible and you can do it any time of day you want. It’s one of the best forms of exercise because it’s a great cardio workout that takes it easy on your joints and muscles. Invest in some underwater headphones and immerse yourself into the world of swimming. If you’re like me who has colored or bleached hair, remember to always put your locks safely in a swimming cap! But before that, you need to pick out the perfect bathing suit…