As a stylist

posted by Sunnie Bell February 3, 2015 0 comments

I would like to begin this post with a short introduction of a new rubric that I will update once in a while here on my blog. I always wanted to try myself as a stylist because I love the process of creating outfits and revealing natural beauty and uniqueness of every person that I work with. All my creations and works will be posted here now and any honest feedback from you guys will be very much appreciated. 🙂




Now let me introduce Malika, a beautiful and special girl that didn’t mind to experiment and try a few styles on. Malika is a professional tennis player. Being an athlete means you have a busy tournament and practice schedule and not much time for anything else. However, you still have some activities outside the court where you want to look at your best. Having a busy schedule you don’t want to spend all your free time on shopping. That’s why it’s good to have a smart and well-built wardrobe for multiple occasions outside the court.



Well-built wardrobe doesn’t mean full of everything wardrobe, it means you just need to have certain things that will work good with each other in multiple combinations. Invest in basics they are good to be mixed with any style for any occasion. If you prefer pants and jeans more than skirts, think of extra details such as blazers, jackets or vests, these all will make your outfits unique and creative.



Wearing as simple as a basic black top with classic pair of jeans can be super stylish and elegant, you can also spice it up with a hat, suspenders, vintage jewelry or sunglasses for example. For those who love pants, I recommend to own a few pairs of casual once. Black casual pants is a must have, it goes so well with a white shirt, it’s classic, elegant and always chic. Giorgio Armani is a good example of wearing elegant basic black and white tops.


Bonus picture. Giorgio Armani

P.S. “Many women have asked me if it is possible to have a well-built wardrobe on a limited budget. Money, I tell them, is no guarantee of taste, and an overstuffed wardrobe is often as bare as a skeleton when it comes to wearable apparel.” Edith Head


I hope you feel beautiful today♥

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