ZARA:5 Random Colors That Are About to Be Everywhere

When you think about the trends that come out of fashion month, it’s easy to let your mind go straight to the runways—and it makes sense. Historically, much of the focus has been on the catwalk. In the last several years, however, the focus has shifted (in part) to another aspect of fashion weeks in Copenhagen, New York, London, Milan, Paris, and more.Street style, which provides more immediately actionable inspiration, has continued to increase its market share of our attention, and it’s only natural. While the runways predict trends that will only become relevant in several months’ time, street style stars are wearing pieces that are predominately available in the moment and show us seasonally relevant styling tricks and trends that you can re-create immediately. That’s why I know that the colors below, which were all over street style this past fashion month, are likely going to be everywhere any minute now, more so than they are already. Just keep scrolling to see the proof, and shop each one.Probably not the technical term, but you know what I mean. Baby blue didn’t just steal the show this fashion month, it also stole a piece of my heart. From accessories to outerwear and even simple sweaters, the color gives any item a soft yet statement-making touch.Millennial Pink is out in favor of a bolder hue! Hot pink is the new kid in town, and if you’re worried about how to style it—don’t be. As you’re about to see, the hue pairs perfectly with white, cream, red, other shades of pink, and even black accessories, so consider the research phase complete.I want you to imagine what the flowers on a sprig of lavender look like—that’s what we’re going for here. A bold tone that can either add to your look in the form of just one piece or make your look by way of a monochrome ensemble. Whichever way you go, you won’t regret it.Arguably the scariest, but also my favorite—I think—muppet green was everywhere this fashion month, making it impossible to ignore. And, contrary to what you would think, you’re about to see how easy to style it is. Just add neutrals (think beige, black, and white) and more green. Not to be confused with mustard yellow—yellow mustard is the shade that works anytime, anyplace, and in any season. Whether you opt for a streetwear-inspired look or something sleek such as a trench coat and trousers, it’s a color for being seen in, and definitely worth an investment this spring.

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ZARA:3 8 Outfits L.A. Girls Wear Over and Over Again

Nothing eases the pain of getting ready in the morning like having an arsenal of go-to outfits to fall back on. Whether it’s a classic dress-and-shoe combo, a suit styling tip, or an all-denim look that’s anything but boring, we could all use some more outfit ideas for when we’re in a pinch. That’s why today, we’re looking to eight of our favorite L.A.-based influencers (and all-around style stars) to inspire over a week’s worth of looks that, simply put, work every time. From Aimee Song to Julie Sariñana, these women know a thing or two about making L.A. style their own. Each inspiring It girl has a unique look, yet they’ve all figured out the formula for acing the very best California-cool fashion—and now you can too. Scroll through to see and shop the looks for yourself, and don’t forget to save your favorites for the next time you’re in a bind.

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ZARA:13 Cult Pieces the Street Style Set Are Wearing at Fashion Week

Fashion month always has one dangerous side effect: It makes us want to shop. We’re not just talking about the clothes on the runway, as the street style set is usually the group that determines whether items will become cult pieces or not. We are now on the third week of the monthlong schedule, having already checked off Copenhagen, New York, and London, and there are a number of items that have already emerged as hero buys for the new season.
So far, Saks Potts has come out on top, with its statement-collar coat cropping up on every continent, while Chloé’s new C Bag is slowly but surely gathering a sizable fan club. Other highlights include Boyy’s buckled bags, statement pink jackets, and high-street trench coats—so much to get inspired by. Keep scrolling through the gallery below for this season’s ultimate street style shopping list.
Jeanette Madsen is making us want to buy this jolly scarf-and-sweater set from Alexa Chung’s namesake label, and the good news is that these are both now on sale.
Moda Operandi’s Lisa Aiken has one of the best eyes in the business and a strong track record of spotting new talent. The handbag she is backing this season is this rectangular leather top-handle bag.
If its exposure on the streets of fashion week is anything to go by, Saks Potts’s fur-collar coat is set to be the style of the season.
This bag brand has been on the cusp of fame for a while now, but it seems as though the fashion crowd has finally caught onto the Boyy bag’s brilliance.
Three of this season’s biggest trends (pink, cord, and the ’70s blazer) converge in this stylish Acne Studios number.
It’s big and fluffy, and it ain’t afraid to say so. Emma Brewin’s fur bucket hat has surely got to be one this season’s most playful street style trends.
Considering its long history of cult handbags, it comes as no surprise that Chloé is on its way to winning 2019’s It bag accolade. Coming in a range of fabrics and colorways, the C Bag is classic in shape yet still feels incredibly fresh.
They started off strong last year, but with the unexpectedly warm weather across Europe this February, we can see there’s still plenty of mileage to come from The Row’s super-expensive strappy sandals.
We fell head over heels for Topshop’s trench the first time we saw it. Patent and in a retro shade of orange, this is all we want to be wearing this spring.
The Scandi girls at Copenhagen Fashion Week could not get enough of Vagabond’s affordable yet on-trend shoes. The brand’s Lisse Pump is at the top of our wish list.
Whether styled up for a cold day à la Tamu McPherson (pictured here) or worn in the most summery concoction, this bold tiger-print skirt from Rixo is causing a fuss in stylish circles. Everyone wants to get their mitts on it.
There are many items from Rejina Pyo that the fashion crowd chose to stockpile, but right now we’ve been spotting (excuse the pun) this little knotted handle bag during every round of street style pics. It comes in multiple different finishes and colors, with this polka-dot version looking like its sold out everywhere—sorry.

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ZARA:5 Street Style Trends We’re Going to See Everywhere This Month

Meet Lisa Aiken, fashion director of Moda Operandi and one of our personal style icons here at Who What Wear. Lisa is championed within the industry for setting trends and spotting new designers like it’s no one’s business. No really—if there’s a cool new brand or rising trend, she’s not only already wearing it, but has edited it into Moda Operandi’s shopping selection for all to enjoy. Since we’re always looking to Lisa for our every next shopping move was somewhat of a regular occurrence, we’re thrilled she’s agreed to come to join us as a columnist on the site serving the latest and greatest when it comes to trends, style, and shopping. Today, it is with great honor and excitement that we welcome her as she discusses the trends we’re seeing and will be seeing more of throughout fashion month.

I confess I am the ultimate social shopper, and with fashion month officially in full swing, I just can’t wait for my Instagram feed to be hijacked with an endless stream of new trends and styling ideas. Not every trend that walks the runway will be a hit in the real world, so here are my predictions on those we will see all over the streets.
“Leopard is a neutral. Yes, we know, we know. However, fashion’s love affair with animal print has been taken to the next level. From the monochromatic appeal of zebra stripes to chic printed snakeskin, we will no doubt see an abundance of print and texture outside the shows. Have no fear when it comes to styling—you can layer multiple pieces together for a head-to-toe look, or alternatively invest in an accessory like these snakeskin boots from Paris Texas.”
Square-Toe Shoes
“This square-toe gives an instant cool factor to your footwear, especially when it comes to boots. This is one of Phoebe’s lasting trends that she instilled in Celine devotees everywhere—where she goes, we all follow.”
Headbands
“As a child of the ’80s, the headband is a major throwback of an accessory trend for me. Was I dubious at first? Absolutely. But after a week with the style-setting Scandis for Copenhagen Fashion Week, I am converted. Use this finishing touch as an instant update for the most basic of outfits; a simple cashmere sweater and denim outfit, suddenly becomes ‘a look’ with the addition of a satin padded headband.”
Oversize Coats
“With the plummeting temperatures of New York Fashion Week, we all rely on a lineup of statement outerwear (and a lot of Uniqlo Heattech layers) to stay warm as we run between shows. This season it will be a case of the bigger, the better when it comes to our outerwear wardrobe. Keep it skinny on the bottom to really emphasize the silhouette of your puffer/trench/overcoat/Balenciaga-inspired parka.”

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ZARA:How to Dress Cooler Without Buying Anything New

We’re about to reach that point in the season where we get stuck in this weird place of feeling like we have nothing to wear. Maybe it’s because we’ve used up all our creative outfit ideas, or maybe we are just sick of all our winter clothes but don’t really want to buy anything new. After all, spring is coming (eventually), and we all have our sights on the light, bright, and most importantly not-remotely-wintery pieces in all the new arrivals sections of all our favorite sites. Spending anything additional on a coat or boots just feels redundant.

So what’s one to do? Well, as I pointed out last week, one solution is to look to what your favorite celebrities are wearing and essentially copy their outfits. Since then, however, I also remembered that street style is abundant with inspiration. Most recently, Milan men’s and Paris couture fashion weeks brought with them a trove of enviable looks and ideas just waiting to be emulated. Below I highlighted six easy style tips to help you dress cooler throughout the rest of winter without having to buy anything new. Of course, if you’re still in the market for anything—no judgement—we’ve included a little shopping to help you get the looks, too.

  1. Combine All Your Neutrals
    This works especially well with of-the-moment beige and white.
    But your black, navy, gray, and brown pieces will also definitely do the trick.
  2. Give Grandma Dressing a Go
    Does the name make a bit more sense when you see this picture? Think combining all your most eccentric pieces and it somehow coming together perfectly.
    Oh, and a silk scarf is non-negotiable.
  3. Add an Un-Seasonal Item
    Surprise your fellow winter warriors by adding a non-seasonal item such as a summery straw bag into the mix.
    Don’t wait until spring to sneak some tie-dye into your look.
  4. Try Wearing Two Bags
    Because two bags are better—and more eye-catching—than one.
    Courtney Trop’s big and tiny Jacquemus bag combo makes her outfit all the more interesting.
  5. Mix Your Prints
    Leopard and logo is a great place to start.
    If you’re into a more subtle look, combine different versions of the same print for equal appeal.
  6. Double Up on Outerwear
    Assuming you have two blazers lying around, why not layer them?
    Another option is styling the structured piece under a long trench.

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ZARA:Cool Women of Every Generation Are Wearing Burberry’s Vintage Check Again

Sistren in the Vivienne Westwood & Burberry campaign photographed by David Sims.

There are quite a few fashion predictions one can feel confident about making for this year: Veganism and sustainability will continue to be hot-button topics in the industry, everyone will want to wear anything from Valentino/Marine Serre/Paco Rabanne, influencers will continue to influence, hair clips are going to be the new statement earrings, Millennial Pink is here to stay, and Burberry’s vintage check will be the most identifiable pattern.

I can feel it already. Riccardo Tisci’s first full runway collection will undoubtedly inspire a number of women to revisit the luxury brand’s offering. The first section of the spring 2018 catwalk, with its sophisticated neutral color palette and flattering shapes, sealed that deal. However, it’s not the only part of this storied fashion house he has artfully approached since stepping in as chief creative officer last year.

The former creative director of Givenchy has established both a new logo inspired by founder Thomas Burberry and (time would only tell, right?) and reworked the most recognizable style signature of them all: the brand’s icon plaid.
Kate Moss in the Vivienne Westwood & Burberry campaign photographed by David Sims.

As seen last month on Kate Moss in a resplendent matching checked shirt-and-trousers co-ord from the brand’s hotly anticipated collaboration between Riccardo Tisci, Vivienne Westwood, and Andreas Kronthaler, this was further confirmation of what I had started to sense.

No other fabric has experienced highs and lows quite like Burberry’s checks. With legacy and a certain appeals-to-all allure comes a great deal of affection, and I’m ready to dive head first into it again. It looks like the Instagram set is, too, with influencers from every age bracket breathing new life into the print.

A handful of young ones may not recall this plaid being big back in the ’90s (remember a particularly iconic campaign that featured Moss in her checked wedding gown?), but many of the “new” ways girls are wearing the check lean toward that era’s streetwear aesthetic.
A reworked check top from Burberry’s spring 2019 show.

This iconic beige, white, black, and red plaid has been in existence since the 1960s and has been worn by the royal family and celebrities over the years. Whether you opt for a more regal, sophisticated route or tap into the street style culture, there are countless ensembles worth bookmarking for the future. Keep scrolling to see who’s wearing Burberry’s vintage check now, and then shop some of our favorite pieces.

See how Burberry’s check is being worn…
Style Notes: Entry price-point pieces such as pouch bags and scarves are proving to be particularly popular. They also offer an easy, subtle way into the trend.
Style Notes: Combining iconic ’90s vintage pieces like Burberry checks with Chanel logos feels entirely right for now.
Style Notes: Burberry’s bucket hats have been trending, but this totally rave-y getup is the first time I’ve seen one worn so boldly.
Style Notes: When in doubt about print clashing, just go for the double (triple or quadruple) check.
Style Notes: Some have been known to combine with other (non-Burberry) checks. That’s acceptable too.
Style Notes: All of it, all at once. Yes, please. It works because the check is essentially quite neutral.
Style Notes: Burberry’s checked shirts are being layered and styled in 101 ways. This idea of wearing one as more of a shacket ticks boxes for spring.
Style Notes: What did I tell you already about wearing multiple checked pieces at once?
Style Notes: Not everyone will feel like they can pull off Burberry check leggings and moon boots, but winter can do wild things to a wardrobe.
Style Notes: The big tote bags have been getting a lot of Instagram love lately.
Style Notes: Renata always offers a chic, grown-up way to style of-the-moment items.
Style Notes: Even minimalists have cottoned onto the charms of a little check.
Style Notes: Burberry’s coats are second to none, and this checked overcoat will last a lifetime.
Style Notes: Pick out the colors in your chosen check and wear throughout your outfit.

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ZARA:11 Japanese Fashion Trends Taking Over the Streets of Tokyo

When we think about Japanese fashion trends, our imagination often turns to over-the-top street stylings seen in the Harajuku district of Tokyo or in the pages of Fruits. While the distinct fashion subcultures showcased there are certainly still thriving, the streets of Tokyo are brimming with more accessible Japanese fashion trends bound to inspire your more adventurous outfit stylings.
Japanese fashion girls put their own twist on jumpsuits in khaki and denim iterations, liven up ensembles with bold pops of bright yellow, play with proportions in dramatic maxi skirts and wide-leg pants, and ground their venturesome stylings with black leather shoes that range from classic (ankle boots or Mary Janes) to fashion-forward (platform brogues and pointed-toe flats that harken back to the Elizabethan era). Look no further than below for the latest in Japanese fashion trends.
This bold outfit features two of Tokyo’s big trends—oversize bottoms with wide-leg striped pants and pops of primary colors, and yellow graphic T-shirts balanced out by a bold red lip and matching heels.
When the outfit takes a more subdued approach to color, interest is created by playing with proportions and incorporating unexpected textures. This oversize and intentionally ill-fitted suede coat does both of those things, and it finds footing with statement black leather shoes.
It would be an understatement to reduce this floor-length canary yellow duster to a “pop of primary color.” Paired with the unexpected textures of a fur under layer, a bamboo handbag, and bold statement jewelry, the only subtle part of the outfit is the black leather boots.
This denim jumpsuit look requires few additional accessories to make a statement. If you look closely, you’ll see that it’s actually a pair of wide-leg overalls topped off with a matching jean jacket. Black leather platform brogues give the denim-on-denim look an added cool factor, and the army-green bomber jacket brings it all together in colder weather.
A true jumpsuit, the head-to-toe khaki look is livened up by a pop of primary color via the patterned silk scarf worn as a neckerchief. The jumpsuit’s large fit is made chic with a black belt tied tightly at the waist and oversize bottoms tucked into black satin ankle boots.
A tweed jacket and Mary Janes worn with socks make this ensemble wonderfully retro, but the bright pop of yellow and round sunglasses keep the look forward-thinking and cool.
Unexpected textures combine with sneakers and athletic socks to create an eclectic ensemble. The look plays with proportions by incorporating a long paisley patterned coat with a knee-length button-down and a maxi skirt.
This ensemble exhibits the oversize bottoms trend and plays with proportions. Wide-leg pants (worn extra long) and a blazer are unexpectedly cinched in at the waist with a matching black corset and topped off with an oversize trench coat.
The jacquard effect of this maxi skirt adds a feminine touch to the otherwise all-black ensemble, while a leather biker jacket and black leather platform brogues add an edgy vibe.
Elizabethan-esque black leather pointed-toe shoes get even funkier when they’re worn with white socks and paired with lace-up pants and a cropped denim jacket with statement detailing.
This maxi skirt and button-down pairing is made inimitably chic with an off-the-shoulder jacket, and black leather ankle boots pare down the entire ensemble.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated. Next up, discover the fail-safe two-piece outfit combo Tokyo girls can’t stop wearing.

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ZARA:32 Parisian Street Style Looks We Fully Intend on Copying in 2019

Astronaut, firefighter, vet… These are all common answers children give when they’re asked what they want to be when they grow up. However, if you were to ask me the same question today, I’d give you a different answer: French. Ahh, to be French and born with je ne sais quoi. I know it’s a stereotype, but of all the French women I’ve met in my life (which, working in fashion, is actually quite a lot), they’ve all had one thing in common: an effortlessly chic sense of style.
By no means are these women part of a cookie-cutter mold, either: Every single one of them dresses in a completely different manner, leading me to conclude that just by being French, you’re blessed with sartorial savvy the rest of us can only try to emulate.
And emulate I will, for I’ve found 35 exceptional Parisian street style looks that I can’t wait to try for myself in 2019—and something tells me you’ll want to re-create them, too.
From It prints to cool layering techniques, keep scrolling to see the Parisian street style tips and tricks that’ll make you feel authentically French…
Wear a slouchy blazer over your fanciest dresses to strike the perfect high-low balance.
When buying outerwear, always opt for the next size up to achieve that covetable oversized look.
Experiment with unexpected color combinations to create a look that’s unique to you.
Give slinky skirts a dressing down with leather accessories and a chunky knit.
Keep waistlines high, as French girls don’t really do low-slung trousers.
Pastel hues might seem twee to some, but when slouchy, they can look incredibly cool.
Layering is key for channeling the French aesthetic—the more directional, the better. Follow Tine Andreaa’s lead by wearing button-up dresses open over trousers.
Let your personality shine through. Love a particular band? Wear their logo-emblazoned tee under everything from blazers to pinafore frocks.
Consider a white tee, jeans, and pumps your uniform from here on out.
It’s all in the details. Neck ties and layered jewels will take any look to the next sartorial level.
Miniskirts are not just acceptable, they’re recommended. Just be sure to keep necklines high and shoes interesting as opposed to sexy.
Although French girls are very much here for accessories, sometimes less is more. Case in point? This simple heart belt worn over black jersey.
Use your fabric choices to your advantage: Contrast edgy finishes like leather and vinyl with softer pieces in satin or velvet.
The clashing prints, the mix of prim and casual pieces, the bright bag… This outfit couldn’t be more Parisian if it tried.
Take your most statement skirt, add black boots and a roll-neck or white shirt, and you’ve just mastered French Fashion 101.
Necklace or earrings—who said you have to choose? Not the French, it seems.
Look for updates on classic pieces to give your outfit the edge. The handkerchief hem on this timeless trench makes it feel so fashion-forward.
Don playful prints with confidence. Chloé’s horse motif has become a firm favorite amongst French girls who are fearless when it comes to wearing it.
Re-wear your favorite wrap top as a light cover-up come the summer months. Indeed, this is one to bookmark.
Use white boots to lift any dark ensemble. This is particularly effective during the winter months.
Clashing your colors is easy—especially when you keep your accessories to neutral or black tones.
Can’t decide which dress to wear? Throw them both on.
Maxi lengths shouldn’t be reserved for formal occasions, as this sleeveless coat proves.
Never underestimate your denim jacket—it can help make any outfit look edgy.
Although made up of various shades, the bag, trousers, and coat in this look all feature a dusky undertone which ensures they work seamlessly together. Good to know.
We love how the brown bag (particularly since it’s being styled with black shoes) stops this outfit from looking too curated—a French fashion faux pas.
Double denim is totally acceptable—particularly when it’s in contrasting hues.
After dark dresses are given a daytime spin with a pair of snake-print boots. Ah, oui.
Parisians firmly believe you’re never too old for a hair bow. We concur.
Wearing one hue top-to-toe is a street style favorite for a reason—it’ll instantly pull your look together.
French girls love to spin their coats as dresses.
If clashing your prints sounds too daunting, look for varying sizes of the same motif in the same color palette and we promise you won’t go wrong.

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ZARA:Why This Unlikely Accessory Is Fashion Girl–Approved

The fanny pack used to be something of an athleisure staple—great for on-the-go and hands-free activities—but far from being accepted in the world of high fashion. Today, however, the fanny pack has made a comeback in a big way, as it’s frequently seen on fashion girls the world over and even distributed by fashion houses that have served up their own luxe iterations. Whether pulling double duty as a belt, thrown casually over the shoulder, or even held as a handbag, the fashion fanny pack is a surefire statement piece that recalls a certain ’90s nostalgia while still appearing absolutely modern in its new leather renderings. Head below to see how fashion girls are bringing back the fanny pack.
A sleek satchel-like fanny pack is a practical accessory for the woman on the go.
Gucci leaves no question that the fanny pack can look impossibly chic.
A miniature backpack worn as a fanny pack is a surefire statement.
White-on-white layering makes the fanny pack a chic addition to the ensemble.
Sub in a fanny pack as a high-waisted belt with a long duster coat.
For something a bit subtler, a small black fanny pack worn slightly to the side is an effortless way to go hands-free in jeans and a leather jacket.
Combine two trends into one with a straw-bag iteration.
Take the fanny pack back to its athleisure roots with an original nylon offering—but update it with an over-the-shoulder styling.
A pastel fanny pack can be a playful way to break up a jumpsuit in a contrasting color.
Who knew a fanny pack could look so sophisticated and chic? Take an elevated approach with a natural-leather iteration paired with classic plaid.
If you’re hesitant to commit to the trend, choose a fanny pack with a strap that can also be worn as a handbag.
A two-tone fanny pack worn right at the waist gives the illusion of a belt.
Double a chic fanny pack as a belt over a long coat.
Or, take the fanny pack belt hack to the next level by looping it through belt loops.

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ZARA:Photograph Like a Model Off-Duty: These Are the Best Poses for Fashion

Do you ever scroll through your Instagram feed and think, How do other girls look that effortlessly cool in photos? You’re not alone. Striking the right pose (or action shot) in street style photography is something of an art. Models off duty have the look down pat, and our favorite fashion bloggers are pros at nailing the shot as well. So, for all of us still working on mastering that carefree, couldn’t-care-less quality of cool, we decided to do some research on how to pose like a model for photos. The next time you’re caught on camera, you can follow these tricks to ensure you and your outfit are presented in the best light. For study material, we turned to the street style snaps of models off duty, and we’ve we’ve rounded up some of our favorites below. Read on to learn how to strike some of the best poses for fashion street style.
1. Cross one leg over the other.
This pose highlights the vertical lines of your legs and elongates your entire frame.
2. Look back over your shoulder.
It’s a great opportunity to showcase the pretty back of a garment.
3. Profile your face and look away from the camera.
This changes up the perspective of your look and puts the focus on the outfit itself.
4. Tilt your head to one side.
Doing so is a cute and cheeky way to try something new.
5. Slightly pop one knee.
This move is subtle, but it’s a classic pose that works every time.
6. Use a sidewalk curb to your advantage.
If you want to show off some killer shoes, this is the way to do it.
7. Casually lean against a wall.
It’s the ultimate way to look casual and relaxed, giving you a sense of confidence that pulls the whole photo together.
8. Snap a shot midstep.
How to Look Candid 101: Capture movement. It makes the snap look impromptu and also gives the photo an extra dimension of professionalism.
9. Prop up one leg.
Not only does this pose exude cool-girl vibes, but it also breaks up the lines in your legs to add interest.
10. Cross one leg in front, and pop your knee.
This gives you a chance to show off your shoes from more than one angle. Bonus points for leaning against a wall.
Shop eye-catching pieces to enhance your Instagram feed:
Cat-eye sunglasses look chic in photos.
Fuchsia pink will make your Instagram pop.
The coolest clips for that side angle shot.
Show off your sculptural shoes while doing the cross-leg pose.
Fabrics like <span class=”woR”>silk</span><span class=”woD”>Silk is a natural protein fiber, some forms of which can be woven into textiles. The protein fiber of silk is composed mainly of fibroin and is produced by certain insect larvae to form cocoons.[1] The best-known silk is obtained from the cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori reared in captivity (sericulture). The shimmering appearance of silk is due to the triangular prism-like structure of the silk fibre, which allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles, thus producing different colors.</span>
and satin photograph beautifully.
A purse that will pack a punch on your feed.
A great-fitting leather jacket exudes cool-girl vibes (and never goes out of <span class=”woR”>style</span><span class=”woD”>Style is a manner of doing or presenting things, especially a fashionable one.</span>).
A little bling goes a long way in pictures.
Tie it around your neck or wear it as a hair <span class=”woR”>accessories</span><span class=”woD”>A fashion accessory is an item used to contribute, in a secondary manner, to the wearer’s outfit, often used to complete an outfit and chosen to specifically complement the wearer’s look.</span> for the perfect finishing touch.
Ideal for that look-back-over-your-shoulder pose.

 
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