Since everyone is going to the trouble of making me feel like a Queen. I want to look the part too. Here are some lovely Mother’s Day inspiring outfits that will make you look magical.
Culottes again? Yes, you guys. These cropped pants are here to stay!
They are a chic alternative to classic tailoring and work just as easily by day with sandals as after-hours with statement pumps.
Don’t be afraid to show a slice of midsection by pairing some highwaisted culottes with a crop top like I did with Escada’s denim version.
Culottes are a great [way to wear a trend] without getting too much attention. It’s a cool look and is so easy for your Mother’s Day brunch or even to work.
The suit has continued to influence fashion design worldwide until today and is been named a classic. It is not considered androgynous anymore, many believe it to be powerfully feminine with a touch of seriousness.
No matter if the power suit is from cobalt silk or muted tweed and cut in a handful of silhouettes like the 70’s “flowy” or skinny and cropped – the suit must always be perfectly tailored and make a lady wearing it look absolutely amazing – and just, well, stylish.
Color makes a design come alive.
It can attract attention, set a mood, and even influence our emotions and perceptions.
Celebrating the fact that motherhood is the best thing that ever happened to me I went with these bold and vibrant colors .
This yellow dress has to be the brightest and most fun dress in my wardrobe. It’s refreshing and will light up a room or a day anytime.
When wearing bright colors try pairing them with neutrals.
Do you own a bold dress? Don’t be shy rock it !!
Wishing you all a beautiful day, Love Maureen
Me: All outfits Escada / Head wraps Afrowrap/ India and Sifare: All outfits Zara/ India’s pink jacket Anne Kurris