Adrian Foster’s 5-step guide to creating a capsule work wardrobe

 
To begin, clear out your closet! Without having anything in your closet, you can easily put together your capsule. Afterwards, you can then determine what staple pieces are missing from your selection you’ll later need to invest in.
 
 First things first, select a based color. Choose between Navy or Black.
Black is an all-around great base color to use because it goes with so many other colors.If you would rather not use black, then navy or even gray also goes well with several other colors.  If you don’t like navy, black, or gray, you can use a shade of brown as your base instead.

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Currently Coveting: Isy B Design Cuffs

Isy B. is a designer that calls the Cayman Islands her home. She has collections of both work and resort wear that exude the beach life of the island but also cater to the climate and heat. Going beyond her clothing line, she also has a jewelry line that is breathtaking.

Depending on how long you have been reading this blog, you may know that geodes and naturally occurring colorful stones amaze me. So when I came across her cuffs, I just had to share them with you!

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The Lost Tribe Carnival Slay

I do not care what you have to say, the Lost Tribe has come to slay! I am waiting with bated breath to see what Trinidad and Tobago carnival 2018 will look like because the Lost Tribe and it’s designers have set the bar so incredibly high.

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Weddings by Cole Facts

Michelle Cole, a Guyanese designer, based in the US showed at the Summer Sizzle BVI event back in July and her all white wedding collection definitely brought a wow factor to the runway. With daring and different silhouettes, and very playful uses of fabric, Michelle showed us some wedding ensembles that I wouldn’t mind walking the aisle in.


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Outfit Inspiration: The Gingham Trend

Having grown up in Guyana, gingham makes me think of school uniforms. Children in Guyana, from nursery school (kindergarten) and even some in high school wear gingham on a daily basis. When the trend started to pick up I couldn’t wrap my head around being seen in school uniform material. Now, I like it when done right.

from pinterest.com

Since I associate gingham with adolescence, seeing the elegant and sophisticated styles that have been gracing runways and magazines has completely put a spin on what I now think of gingham. It is for looking cute and stylish in warm weather! It’s not just for your picnic table spread anymore.

Today, I am share a few of my favorite gingham styles and pieces with you.

from wachabuy.com

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