Women’s Apparel Guide
In fashion there are a wide range of possibilities to consider before selecting the perfect match for your style, size and comfort. With this guide we will uncover the many layers and options to keep in mind while you shop for any occasion and look.
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Fashion is always evolving and so are styles and designs of jeans. You will never forget those jeans that fit you perfectly at first fit. With so many options, you’ll want to know all the unique designs and choices to pick from including fit, leg opening, length and rise.
Whether you are hitting the town with some friends or glamming up a bit for a wedding, the perfect dress is something that fairytales are made of. It doesn’t have to be difficult, but it can certainly feel overwhelming when starting your search. Here are some dress basics to help put you on the right path.
Certain events might call for a longer dress length while other activities may allow you to show a bit more calf or even thigh with a shorter dress length. While some of the classifications for length blend through to one another, here are the basics for how to classify the length of a dress.
Often referred to as a mini dress, this tends to sit on the upper to mid thigh.
Hemline ends right at just a bit above the kneecap.
A longer style dress that falls just below the knee or more into the calf area.
A long style dress that sits right on the ankle and occasionally reaches the floor.
A dress style in which the hemline is shorter in the front/side and longer in the back.
Swimsuits are such a personal choice between style, comfort and exposure. There is no such thing as the perfect swimsuit type for a certain body type. You’re beautiful just the way you are NOW. Here are some swimsuit basics to help get you started on your search of finding the perfect combination of comfort and expressive fun.
Whether in a set or just picking out a swimwear top, here are some of the styles available and what makes each of them unique. Coverage can greatly vary from different designs.
Often strapless and similar to a tube top. The neckline and shoulders are bare, preventing those pesky tan lines.
Two fixed triangles in the front that ties behind the neck. Coverage varies, but this style is typically great for support.
Similar to a halter top but also tends to have adjustable ties on the back too. Moderate support and coverage.
A style of swimsuit top with a built-in wire and bra cups allowing for some extra lift and support.
A style top with a scoop-cut front. This style typically ties behind the neck and provides moderate coverage.
A style top that rises to about the collar bone allowing for maximum coverage.
Coats and Jackets shouldn’t only be for the winter or when the temperature drops. There are many lightweight and stylish jackets to choose from that you can wear year-round. Flaunt your flair in any season, in addition to the thicker, warmer options to keep you cozy.
Outerwear typically comes with standard features but most provide a variety of options to pick from, considering the climate, activity being used for or other factors that may impact your needs for a particular jacket. Here are some of the most common options available.
Lowest level of protection, able to resist or repel a minimal amount of water or precipitation.
Highest level of protection from rain or moisture, these jackets are completely water resistant.
A jacket that can turn into a smaller version allowing it to be entirely stored in one pocket.
Technology that allows the material to pull moisture or sweat away from the body and dry quickly.
Most heat is lost from your head and hoods allow you to either bundle up or vent a bit.
With wind comes cold air. These shield you from that cool air to help keep you warm.
One color on the inside and another on the other side to allow for versatility on the go.
Often with zippers or other facets to help combine two outerwear options into one piece.