When it comes to 2011's fashion trends, these are two statement pieces for the new year: motorcycle jacket with flared jeans!
All black outfits can be flattering, but can also be a little unadventurous. Just pull it off, with a metallic stripe, silver belt bucklet, and peep-toed wedge boots adding some detail to an otherwise all-black ensemble.
Pairing lace with fur gives off such a vintage vibe that, regardless of how modern the cuts, it's like reuniting two old friends. In this case the toned-down hair and makeup does utter justice to the look, keeping it clean and fresh.
Paris street style: flared pants and a long coat with leopard print collar&cuffs, green eye makeup and coral nail polish to finish off this ensemble.
Where to take Louboutin's military-inspired over the knee boots now that military is fading? Chanel Iman updates them into a feminised biker look by way of a printed silk dress and leather jacket.
Donning over the knee socks can feel a bit school-girl if you're not careful. The classic cream trench elegantly tops off the outfit.
New York street style: the shearling aviator style vest matched with a ripped tee and sunglasses would be perfect for a breezy jet setter or a day out hitting the town shopping. There's one way to add quality to a relaxed outfit and that's by casually throwing a Prada handbag over your arm.
Because shoulders are sexy !
A totally natural and effortless take on the boyfriend blazer.
A-line suede skirt that calls to mind the 70's worn with flats, black tights and a leather jacket - but it could just as easily work with platform sandals in Spring, or a sophisticated pair of over the knee boots.
Hey lovelies! I finally got all the pictures together so I can share with you the wonderful vacation my friends and I took a couple of weeks ago. The location was Bad Hofgastein, in Austria and we had the most wonderful time ever! Sunny days, sparkling snow, no wind at all, perfect slopes and the eager to have as much fun as we can.
In addition to the 250 km of pistes (reaching as high as 2700m in the area of Sportgastein) Bad Hofgastein also offers one of Europe's most exclusive and extensive thermal spas, the Alpentherme (Six adventure and vitality worlds spread out over 32,000 square meters, featuring a unique 360 degree panoramic view of the Alps, a sauna world with a mountain lake, leisure and wellness areas, a multimedia adventure dome, thrilling water slides, geysers and a glassed-in sky bar).
In Gastein, relaxation and wellbeing come naturally. The skiing, mountains and Gastein’s Alpen Therme create a unique ambience.
This was the first year for me as a full time skier and I have to say that this sport is not that easy as it seams. It was hard at first but got really fun and easy by the end. All you have to do is to want to learn and get on your ski as soon as you hit the ground.