Wearability the prime focus for young designers at LFW
Last year, they were the Gen Next designers but with Lakme Fashion Week Summer-Resort 2018, Saaksha-Kinni, Anaam and Bloni will present their first shows as up-and-coming labels.

Besides showcasing their work as full-fledged designers at the upcoming fashion gala, these creative minds have one common thread that binds their line-up together, 'wearability'.

Saaksha and Kinni have channelled the raw, ethnic beauty of colourful Gujarat and added their modern twist to the clothing line, while staying true to the roots.

The designer duo said the season is all about colour and comfort and their collection keeps the vibe alive.

"We have tried to make the collection much more wearable this time. Spring-Summer is all about comfortable, flowy attire and this is the essence of the collection," the duo told PTI.

Anaam's latest range will present an amalgamation of sombre hues of black, oxford blue combined with tints of grey and purple. The collection depicts the celebration of self- acceptance.

The founder of the label, Sumiran Kabir Sharma, said the range is gender neutral and the USP of the garments is wearability.

"Every garment is wearable and can be worn by any gender, also each separate can be worn with any piece. The tops and bottoms depict how even misfits can fit in together in harmony," he added.

Designer Akshat Bansal's Bloni will be addressing the plight of oceans this time by incorporating the shades of grey, onion pink, coral, red and black.

"These clothes are 100 per cent wearable depending on the consumer and their comfort zone," Akshat said.

Bloni and Anaam will be showcasing their collections on the third day of the fashion week, while Saaksha and Kinni will take the runway on February 3.

LFW Summer-Resort 2018 runs from January 31 to February 4 at at JioGarden, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/evening-dresses-online | http://www.marieaustralia.com/bridesmaid-dresses
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6 Amazing Benefits Of Castor Oil You Must Know
Castor oil has been proved to have some amazing benefits for hair and skin, and even our overall health. Extracted from the seeds of Ricinus communis plant, castor oil has various antibacterial and antiviral properties which make it a good remedy for fungal infections as well. Castor oil is also commonly used as a laxative. It is one of the most common ingredients used in various soaps, cosmetics, massage oil and even medicines. Historically, castor oil has also been used to relieve constipation.1. Castor oil and constipationCastor oil, extracted from the castor beans, contains ricinoleic acid. This is the most important fatty acid in castor oil which binds the smooth muscle cell receptors in the walls of intestines. This helps in contractions of the muscles which further helps in pushing out stool.It is said that castor oil has similar effects on the uterus and is used to induce labour.

2. Castor oil and arthritisCastor oil is also a natural treatment for dealing with pain caused by arthritis and swelling in the joints. Anti-inflammatory properties in castor oil make it ideal oil for massage purposes. You can apply castor oil on the area affected by pain and use a hot water pack thereafter. This will improve drainage and absorption. Try this method for two weeks for effective results.

3. Castor oil and hormonal balance, libidoConsuming castor oil enhances the absorption of fat molecules in the digestive tract. These fat molecules play an important role in the formation of hormones in the body.The role of castor oil in removing toxins from the body and improving blood circulation ensures improved functioning of the sex organ. Consuming castor oil reduces symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, mood swings, depression and fatigue.

4. Castor oil and immune functionCastor oil is popular for boosting our immune system, lymphatic drainage and blood flow. Lymphocytes in the immune system act as natural fighters of diseases, toxins and bacteria. Using abdominal castor oil helps in proper production of these lymphocytes, which also affects the body's circulatory system.

5. Castor oil and skin infections, woundsThe condition of your skin is dependent on the health of your gut, hormonal balance and a proper immune system. The skincare products available in the market come with many harmful chemicals that can trigger irritation on the skin. Castor oil is an effective, more natural alternative to these products. It can be easily absorbed by the skin and results in a clearer and fresher skin.Treating irritated skin, sun burns and acne are other functions included in the list of positive effects of castor oil on skin. It acts as a natural moisturiser for skin and increases production of elastin and collagen. Ricinoleic acid in castor oil makes it one of the most effective home remedies of fighting acne.Since castor oil improves blood circulation in the body, it enables the body to fight infections and deal with wounds more effectively. Castor oil is also helpful in reducing inflammation, redness and swelling.

6. Castor oil and hairCastor oil aids faster, thicker, shinier, dandruff-free and stronger hair. Content of omega-6 fatty acid in castor oil results in shinier hair, reaches the root of problems and improves circulation in the hair follicles. You can massage slightly warm castor oil on your hair scalp. You can also make a hair mask by massaging oil in the roots of your hair, covering the head with a cap and keeping it over night before head bath. Antifungal and antibacterial properties in castor oil reduces dandruff and scalp infections.Read more at:www.marieaustralia.com/purple-formal-dresses | www.marieaustralia.com/orange-formal-dresses
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A look at the fashion hits at misses at the Golden Globes this year
The 75th Golden Globe Awards hosted three days ago was unlike any other, fashion-wise too. It was about activism and solidarity for the “Me Too” movement and the “Time’s Up” campaign. While celebrities always bring their A-game to the red carpet, dressed in the most regal colours, this year, it was a sea of chic black gowns, sharp black suits and slogan pin badges, to protest sexual harassment. And almost every star followed the cue. Here’s a round-up of the major fashion hits and misses.


Black beauty

Despite the 50 shades (or more) of black that we saw, there were some who wore it exceptionally well. Reese Witherspoon wowed in a one-shouldered, glitzy black gown that featured a dramatic train. Jessica Biel was another showstopper in a Dior number that featured layers of tulle. Millie Bobby Brown wore a silk Calvin Klein buoyant mini dress and a top-knot to complement her look. Tracee Ellis Ross championed the colour of solidarity in a Marc Jacobs gown and turban.

Pops of colour

Black and red are power colours and Mandy Moore brought this winning combo to the awards in a black Rosie Assoulin halter dress that had a cape, a red belt and also included pockets. She looked like quite the superhero. Allison Williams’ Giorgio Armani crystal-encrusted strapless dress with a flash of orange on the bodice was among the most interesting designs on the red carpet. Accessories donned brought in some colour on Sunday night. Zoe Kravitz who wore a black form fitting dress added lovely geometric emerald drop earrings that accentuated her look.

Metallic accents

Black with some shimmer is how a lot of celebrities did it. Saoirse Ronan wore a modern design by Atelier Versace that had structured shoulders, one long sleeve and glittering, silvery accents. The sides of Jessica Chastain's Armani Prive gown presented an unexpected metallic twist. Dressed in Gucci, Margot Robbie’s satin gown had gleaming 3-D floral embellishments. And Dakota Johnson’s statement crystal bow on the train of her gown was a clever and cute addition.

Dress meets pantsuit

Alison Brie’s strapless Zoulias half-dress half-pantsuit was a refreshing change. With a diamond necklace as her statement accessory, she really rocked this fashion concept. Wearing a similar outfit with a somewhat different neckline was Christina Hendricks.

Interesting necklines

Alicia Vikander looked gorgeous in a Louis Vuitton ensemble that featured long sleeves and easily the sweetest frilled neckline and beaded detailing down the front. The keyhole cut-out feature on the back made this a winning outfit for her. There was Emilia Clarke who wore a classy Miu Miu creation. The strapless gown had a fascinating neckline that made her diamond necklace look even more attractive. Elisabeth Moss’ ornate collar on her otherwise simple dress fetched her full marks.


Front split

We’re not quite sure what Debra Messing was thinking when she opted for a dress meets trouser look, thanks to that hideous front split along her heavily embellished cap-sleeved gown designed by Christian Siriano. With a colour as versatile as black, we’re quite certain she could have done better!

Skin show

Wonder if nobody told actress Blanca Blanco about the all-black dress code. Dressed in a flashing red, barely there ensemble that exposed more than it covered, unfortunately, she was one of the biggest fashion disasters this year.

Conflicting hemlines

We saw a fair amount of this concept on the red carpet this time around. Heidi Klum who wore an Ashi Studio design that featured a short skirt in the front and a long train at the back, didn’t look too bad, but really, there were too many feathers everywhere!

It was terribly disheartening to see television’s favourite fashion icon, Sarah Jessica Parker, go wrong with that terribly bulky dress.

Bizarre cuts

Caitriona Balfe was dressed in an undecipherable Chanel gown which failed to impress with its unanticipated silhouette that had chain detailing, feathery arm accents, and something super weird going on around her knees.

Tulle much?

We didn’t exactly mind Kendall Jenner’s foamy tulle gown by Giambattista Valli from the designer’s Fall 2017 couture collection that featured a long, dramatic train and a shorter hemline in the front. It is the amount of tulle that we had a problem with.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/formal-dresses-2017-online | http://www.marieaustralia.com/formal-dresses-shops-sydney
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Some cultured gentlemen seem hell bent on celebrating not 2018 but 1918
Welcome to the New Year and i hope all of you had a wonderful celebration. Sadly i cannot say the same for myself as my New Year Eve party plans were dashed to the ground. You see my family and i had tickets to watch Sunny Leone perform in Bangalore. We were very excited to see our idol in the flesh and my parents had even bought special Sunny outfits for the occasion. My dad was going as Sunny in her Jism 2 avatar and my mum was planning to be Sunny in her Raees avatar. I was going as Vir Das in the hope of being cast in the next Sunny Leone comedy movie.

We were a happy family looking forward to a nice evening out when all of a sudden the Bangalore Police – who may be afraid of their own shadow – decided they were far too frail a force to ensure Ms Leone’s safety or the safety of her fans. It seems our law enforcers had been easily intimidated by the widely unknown and unheard of pro-Kannada collective Karnataka Rakshana Vedike Yuva Sene (because the smaller the mindset, the longer the group name). And their objection? That women who dress and dance like Sunny Leone do not represent Kannada culture. However, bullying event organisers and the taxpaying public with dire consequences must be part of Kannadiga Pride because the members of this non-entity even threatened to commit suicide! Gentlemen there are easier ways to get rid of the anxiety caused by a short skirt – take a cold shower.

But it appears the bigger issue is with Sunny Leone’s porn star past. “We know her history,” said the Sene’s general secretary, one Syed Minaj (possible relation of Nicki Minaj). I wonder how such pure minded Kannadiga men know about Sunny’s past. Do their wives inform them? Their mothers perhaps? And speaking of mothers – mine fell apart at the thought of no Sunny so it was left to me to break this news to my father who squinted at me and asked if we were celebrating 2018 or 1918.

It pains me to go full cynic today but i suggest we get used to the idea that our police can’t and won’t protect any of us. It doesn’t matter if you are Sunny Leone, Gauri Lankesh or the many women who are routinely harassed and assaulted on the street every day. That, above all else, is our culture.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/formal-dress-shops-perth | http://www.marieaustralia.com/plus-size-formal-wear
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Take cues from Bollywood celebs on how to nail blush pink this wedding season
Looks like pink is the new black in Bollywood, at least when it comes to ethnic wear. This year, we saw a lot of Bollywood fashionistas experimenting with different shades of the hue, including hot pink, but the one that caught our attention is the beautiful blush pink.

While the likes of Kareena Kapoor Khan and Kangana Ranaut chose it for their public appearances, Anushka Sharma picked it up as the colour for her wedding trousseau. We think it looked beautiful on the newly-wed and it could serve as inspiration to you with the ongoing wedding season.

Anushka Sharma

It’s been a while since Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli got married but we still can’t stop gushing over how beautiful the NH10 actor looked on her big day. Sharma looked resplendent in a customised pale pink lehenga from Sabyasachi featuring Renaissance embroidery in vintage English colours. The embellished choli with silver-gold metal thread, pearls and beads with multi-colour floral motif was delicate and exuded finesse.

Shraddha Kapoor

Shraddha Kapoor looked stunning in a pale pink, Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla lehenga, featuring colourful floral embroidery all over it. Styled by celebrity stylist Tanya Ghavri, she accessorised her look with a pair of danglers and matching kadaas. If you are thinking of wearing a similiar lehenga, you can drape the dupatta in a different way and can also opt for a messy bun updo.

Kareena Kapoor Khan

The actor looked like a million bucks in a Faraz Manan ensemble. She teamed the V-neck salwar suit with embellished flared pants along with a matching dupatta and accessorised her look with statement jewellery from Malabar Gold and Diamonds. We also love the way she tied her hair in a soft neat bun. Kapoor’s look is a beautiful blend of subtlety and elegance.

Janhvi Kapoor

Janhvi Kapoor looked pretty in a hand-printed pink floral Sabyasachi lehenga with a heavily embroidered full-sleeve pastel shade choli. With minimalist make-up and a simple hairdo, the upcoming actor rounded off her look with big chunky studs. Her look is the perfect choice for a mehendi or sangeet ceremony. You can alternatively pair the lehenga with an embellished choli, if you want to wear it on a wedding night.

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut gave out major royal vibes in a gorgeous floral sequinned net sari by Sabyasachi from his Udaipur collection. Pairing it with a matching sequinned blouse, layered necklaces from Kishandas and jootis from Needledust, she looked absolutely gorgeous. We love how her hair was tied up in a centre-parted bun and a tiny bindi was added as a finishing touch. Rather than a sleeveless blouse, you can also team it with a half-length or three-quarter sleeve blouse to beat the winter chill.

Shilpa Shetty

Wearing a splendid blush pink sari teamed with a plain black blouse from the house of Monisha Jaising, the actor looked absolutely breathtaking. The trick that worked for her is the beautiful belt, which acted as a kamarbandh too. Words fall short of praising Shetty’s brilliance in playing up the plain colour so well.

Sagarika Ghatge

Sagarika Ghatge looked gorgeous in a blush pink lehenga-sari that had gotapatti detailing on it. We think her styling was on point with the the statement jewellery, matha patti and minimal make-up. You can team it with a contrasting blouse or drape the pallu over your shoulder to give it a shawl-like, regal effect.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/formal-dress-shops-canberra | http://www.marieaustralia.com/long-formal-dresses-online
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Peeling off the layers to let the authentic you shine
When your soul — the real authentic you — has the opportunity to shine from within, it is a fashion-forward statement of its very own. So while we are working these fabulous layers of style to stay warm, let’s be sure we are also cultivating a foundation of authenticity.

Authenticity is an unhindered state of being that is connected to who you are at your core. I believe that every person is lovable, important, and valuable. This is a core value that cannot be earned, nor can it be taken away. I recently held a newborn baby, which was a sweet reminder of this.

So, let’s keep it real: We all want to be seen through the lens of our ideal self. The “I’ve got it going on,” put-together version that is packaged up nice and neat so people will like and accept us.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m clearly passionate about fashion and wearing the clothes we feel good in, but when we show up in the world with an agenda, whether consciously or unconsciously, to gain acceptance, we put on layers upon layers that smother our authentic self.

Looking back, it’s easy to see that my layers began to form when I was a bi-racial child in the ’70s. That’s when I learned to hide the real me. No matter how hard I tried, I just didn’t fit in.

My classmates made fun of my hair and complexion. I was a little bit too light on one hand, but I wasn’t quite dark enough on the other. So, I turned to makeup and clothes to gain acceptance. I always made sure to straighten my curly hair and kept a pair of Jordache jeans close by.

As life went on, despite my professional success, more layers were added and more compromises were made until I realized that I was in danger of disconnecting from my true self. Something had to change.

Living authentically is an inside job. It has taken an intentional journey of laughter, tears, disappointments, and breakthroughs to discover my worthiness and priceless value. Underneath the layers of fear, people pleasing and approval seeking, I found confidence and contentment with who I am from the inside out. I still adore my designer jeans, but I now set healthy boundaries, speak my truth in love, and rock my natural ‘fro.

There is incredible freedom and joy that comes when we are comfortable in our own skin. When we are willing to be more transparent, self-accepting, and aware of who we really are, we can begin to peel back the layers that are stifling us, giving the unfiltered, authentic version of ourselves an opportunity to breathe.

Embracing self-acceptance and choosing to stay true to yourself will take courage. But this is the pathway to allowing the brilliance of your soul to shine through.

As you get dressed each day or page the fashion trends online or in a magazine, let it be a reminder of your value and authenticity — just like a Haute Couture garment crafted by one of the world’s top fashion designers, you too are a priceless, one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Not a knockoff, but the bona fide, genuine, real thing.

What does being authentic mean to you?Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/plus-size-formal-wear | www.marieaustralia.com/red-carpet-celebrity-dresses
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Flynn family opens fashion boutique
A new venture hit the web in the past month, spreading Oregon Outback vogue near and far. The Flynn Family, mother Tillie and daughters Kelsie and Kirby, are the ones behind Painted Fringe Boutique, offering a widespread of styles to their customers.

The idea of opening up a boutique has been ongoing for a couple years and this summer the trio got serious about it. They decided on a name and set up the business as a partnership.

Kelsie, a clinical pharmacist who lives in Bend, takes care of webpage and promotion while Kirby, who works as a veterinarian at Lakeview Animal Hospital, handles all the bookkeeping and finances. The matriarch of the home, Tillie, who is the general manager of the Lake County Examiner, is in charge of the shipping responsibilities. Kelsie and Tillie order the bulk of the inventory while Kirby puts in her two cents.

Tillie explained that the business works by ordering wholesale through various companies, adding variety and styles to their online store. So far, 50 percent of sales are from Lakeview while the other half are outside its boundaries. About 50-75 percent of Painted Boutique selections comes from the United States, an important aspect to the Flynn family.

Though the store is online, the Flynn’s have put their boots to the ground with pop-up boutiques. The first took place the first weekend of November at the Ladies Day Out in Adel. Kelsie has hosted a few in Bend. The next pop-up boutique will take place Saturday, Dec. 16 at A Back Yard Floral. Billed as a “Sip and Shop,” owner Lorrie Reif will host a wine tasting while the Flynn’s will bring their entire new inventory, including clothing, tops, outerwear and jewelry. They also received a few stocking stuffer ideas such as beanies and more. Those who want to have private showings, Tillie and the girls are always willing to set one up for their convenience.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/mermaid-trumpet-evening-dresses | http://www.marieaustralia.com/white-formal-wear
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Passion for fashion
Sisters & Co designer Nancy Zhang has always wanted to design. When she was a young girl, she would rather be drawing pictures than out playing.

This led her to complete a degree in Creative Industries, majoring in fashion. Her talent stood out and she was a top student and winner in her collection for the prestigious South Island fashion awards.

She worked at Sisters & Co part-time during her course and when she finished her studies, she became fulltime and began work on designing Sisters & Co's own collection after the store's label had a few years of hiatus.

"It's so exciting to be doing what I love and I am passionate about pattern making, creating, and sewing. It's exciting starting the process from a drawing and seeing it through till the finished product. I am also looking forward to being able to sell it on the floor. But there have definitely also being a lot of challenges, like compromising on my design for cost, changes to construction due to manufacturing constraints, and also designing for a particular market and customer in mind. It is also quite a lengthy process but I have had a great team to help me, Rose helping with logistics and Andrene with her great eye for colour and fabrics. Rodelle has also been amazing and super supportive and I am so grateful that she has given me the opportunity. I can't wait to see the first collection on the floor," Nancy said.

I asked her some questions:

What inspired the creation of Sisters Label?

Our Sisters Label is primarily inspired by our customers. We continuously listen to their feedback and in conjunction with our design team, endeavour to create garments to fulfil their needs.

What is your design process?

I think it's great being able to collaborate with stores and factories based in New Zealand. Each capsule starts from planning, researching, drawing and then to choosing fabrics, pattern making, toiling, and getting our fabric cut and finally made locally in New Zealand.

After graduating from Toi Ohomai, what is the greatest thing you have learnt in your first year of working in the industry?

The process of how retail and online retail works. There are a lot more details to it than what we can see.

How would you describe your own personal style?

My personal style changes regularly according to my lifestyle. Sometimes I feel like I have a few personalities living in me in the way I dress. You'll find me shifting around in my Bassike gears with a pair of sneakers, or in my glam mood mostly on Saturday wearing either a Karen Walker dress or Shona Joy playsuit with my hair sleek back in a ponytail and my current favourite lip liner from Kjaer Weis.

What are some of the key trends coming through this season?

The classic slip dress is a must have key piece this season. We've selected a vintage print in a whiskey and a classic black for this style. It is a style you can play with for many different occasions. Also the elasticated culottes are big this summer, some people may find it too frumpy for their figure but the elastic waistband gives you a definition of a curve on your waist line. Pair it with something either slim or fitted on top.

What is the last fashion purchase you made?

I just purchased a pair of Adidas Originals EQT Racing Adv Shoes online.

What does a day of work at Sisters & Co look like for you?

My usual work day would be arriving in the office around 8.30am, checking my emails, grabbing my coffee, heading to the design room and pattern making or sampling away on my sewing machine. Hopefully Sisters Label will deliver new capsules five to six times throughout the year.

If you could trade closets with one person it would be?

Anna Dello Russo.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/cheap-formal-dresses | www.marieaustralia.com/red-carpet-celebrity-dresses
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Although royal watchers are still awaiting the official Harry and Meghan Markle engagement announcement from the Palace, the Suits actress already appears to be the biggest fashion influencer in the royal family.

According to the Sunday Times, Lyst, “a global fashion search engine,” a company that creates a top 10 list of the most powerful celebrity fashion influencers, has announced that both Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are on that prestigious list.

According to their top 10 list, singer Rihanna, actress Selena Gomez and model Bella Hadid are the top three. Number four on the list is Prince Harry’s intended, Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton is number five, beating out the First Lady, Melania Trump.

The Lyst communications director Katy Lubin recently discussed how they determined that Meghan Markle was a bigger fashion influencer than her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton.

“We monitored the increase in searches created by some of their most talked-about outfits.”The Times points out that one of the reasons that Markle may have a more impressive search percentage is because Kate Middleton does recycle a lot of her clothes and they are not available for purchase. Another reason could also be that for nearly two months, Kate was out of the public eye due to serious morning sickness.

Lubin further explained that the “Kate effect” has been a huge influence of fashion, yet the designers that Meghan Markle has worn has changed the online search dynamics.

“The ‘Kate effect’ continues to drive demand for her chosen fashion brands, but this year we noticed outfits worn by Meghan causing unprecedented spikes in search for lesser-known labels such as Misha Nonoo, Mackage and Sarah Flint.”What put Meghan at the top? Her first social appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games. She wore a white Misha Nonoo “husband shirt” and a Mackage Baya burgundy leather jacket. According to Lyst, of the top 10 “most searched for items of clothing,” six were worn by Meghan Markle.

Could this be the beginning of the “Meghan effect”?

Since her marriage to Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge has influenced fashion, the phenomenon nicknamed the “Kate effect.”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, in the past few years, Duchess Kate has been a major fashion influencer in fashion and accessories. For example, last year, Catherine brought the Jackie Kennedy inspired pill box hat, as well as classic hair nets back into fashion, with her modern-retro, fashion-forward classic looks worn at somber events.

Yet, unlike Kate Middleton, who has been under the sharp scrutiny of Queen Elizabeth, American actress Meghan Markle has had the luxury of dressing however she wants due to her occupation. Could this change if she should marry Prince Harry? More than likely yes.

Although it is probable that Markle won’t be wearing fashionably ripped jeans, as she wore at the Invictus Games, and she will most likely not be wearing such short hemlines as she had previously worn, before dating Prince Harry.

Yet, she has already proven that she has the good fashion taste to dress properly for royal functions, as both Kate and Meghan have the same dress. This is the infamous Diane Von Furstenberg Zarita lace gown: Kate has the long black version, while Meghan has the shorter, navy version.

Meghan Markle is already a known fashionista, as she is friends with several fashion designers, and has regularly attended fashion shows. On the other hand, Kate Middleton started out as “reluctant” fashionista.

The secret to Kate’s fashion success is her stylist Natasha Archer. “Tash” as she is know, who recently married royal photographer Chris Jackson, has been working for Kate since the birth of Prince George in 2014.

According to a source who spoke to Vanity Fair, Archer works with designers and often will consult with them to create bespoke garments for the Duchess of Cambridge. She also has the fashion savvy to encourage Kate to try something a little more daring.

“Initially Kate was a reluctant fashion icon, but now she enjoys it. Tash helps source some of the clothes. She shops a lot for Kate online, and calls in hundreds of dresses for Kate to try on. She has persuaded Kate to take some more risks. The hemlines are shorter and Kate’s really pushing the boat out in the fashion stakes.”Yet, in the end, Kate Middleton has the final say of whether she wears a garment or not.

Kate’s favorite designers are British, including Jenny Packham, Temperley and Marchesa. We know she loves her wedgies, nude pumps and trainers.

Currently, Markle has been seen wearing Canadian, American and British brands. Will she go all British once she becomes engaged to Prince Harry? And will she wear the same designers as Kate, or will she continue to wear garments that are little more daring? Will the fashion influencer playing field even out in a couple of years, once Meghan begins to recycle clothing?

No matter what, it sounds like the probable sister-in-laws will surely continue to be top ten celebrity fashion influencers.Read more at:http://www.marieaustralia.com/plus-size-formal-wear | http://www.marieaustralia.com/cheap-formal-dresses
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