Every girl-on-the-go is pinched for time at some point or another, and every now and then, she may lack the inspiration to make a quick turnaround from the daytime look to one she can wear out on the town. Well have no fear busy beauties, Joonbug is here! We have come up with 5 great tips that can help you to create the perfect day-to-night look without having to stop at home or pack a duffle on your way to work.
Tip 1: Let’s start with shoes- Slip into a pair of your fave heels!
There is no better way to turn a day look into nighttime style than by ditching the flats and pumping it up (literally!) For those who don’t want to endure the “torture” of the 5-inch stiletto, we have the perfect solution to the misconception that beauty=pain. Check out the Cole Haan collection by Maria Sharpova. With concealed NIKE AIR technology leather, lined leather mid-sole, and stacked heel rubber sole, these babies add comfort to style (also available at Macy’s and Nordstrom). Once that’s taken care of, throw on a pair of your favorite skinny jeans and you’re good to go. We know, not all are fans of the skinny jeans, and if this speaks to you, try a trendy wedge sandal with your simple skirt or dress. It is the perfect variation of high-heels that is comfortable and sure to add flair to your look.
Cosmetic company leader Maybelline in accordance with media giants IMG announced they are moving to a new location- Bryant Park. As previous sponsor MAC heads downtown to do fashion shows at New York’s Milk Studios, Maybelline will become the official cosmetic sponsor for IMG Fashion’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, confirmed the New York Times on Thursday.
The cosmetics company inked a two-year deal, which will begin at the showing of designers’ spring collections in September 2009 through the much anticipated fashion week’s transition to Damrosch Park at the Lincoln Center in September 2010. The deal is an incredible platform for growth in the fashion industry for the company whose models include industry names such as Adriana Lima, Christy Turlington, and Jessica White.
The new creative directors at Valentino, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Paolo Piccoli, have enlisted the seasoned expertise of ex-top model Stephanie Seymour for their spring ad campaign. The selection of Seymour for the ad campaign reflects an attempt by Chiuri and Piccoli to steer away from the “blurry romanticism” put forward by former creative director Alessandra Facchinetti, opting instead for “strong, sharp glamour and sensuality”, reports WWD. A sex icon throughout the 90’s and a former Victoria’s Secret model, Seymour definitely has the sensuality part down.