Thursday, 18 September 2014

Coco Rocha covers Elle Indonesia September 2014

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Naomi Campbell Covers W Magazine October 2014

Cara DELEVINGNE Covers W Magazine October 2014

THE LAST ISSUE - Sarah Hyland covers Company Magazine UK October 2014

Lara Stone covers Harper’s Bazaar Germany October 2014

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How to jazz up your wardrobe with on-trend dress rings from Mania Mania

How to jazz up your wardrobe with on-trend dress rings

So you have that dress or jumpsuit  that's been hiding away in your wardrobe. You're dying to wear it but somehow it's missing that magic touch. How about a statement bracelet and necklace? Sure, that could work. Maybe add to-die-for-earrings or even a chain belt? Yep, getting warmer. How about adding a dress ring? And here comes the tumbleweed moment…

Dress Rings are often overlooked as a key fashion accessory as they're viewed as pieces that hold sentimental value, which gets locked away in a trinket box. This article will blast away that misconception by introducing some head-turning hand candy to your wardrobe, for all occasions and outfits.

Modern Cocktail Rings

Bold cocktail rings are huge this season with a modern and edgy twist...and these pieces are definite must haves for any self-confess divas who demands all the attention at parties! The certified gems with detailed casing can turn a plain dress, jumpsuit or even a two-piece outfit into bold statements. Team up with an equally fierce necklace and bracelet and you've got a sizzling hot outfit!

As you see from the pictures, these show-stoppers look great with black, but opting for white or bold colours will add more impact, giving you that wow-factor.
Stacked/Double Rings

Not every girl is an out-and-out diva and that's OK, everyone's different. If this applies to you, the good news is you don't have to go down the bold route to revamp your wardrobe. These stacked rings and double rings are more discreet than the oversized cocktail rings, making it suitable for day and evening wear. To add a little touch of magic and elegance, team up with a classic chain necklace and bracelet, to a dress (free-flowing or A-line cut works best). As they hold all the qualities of a much-loved classic dress rings, these pieces will complement all dark and bold shades.

Open Front Rings

Open front rings are for the chicks who appreciates classic rings with a touch of quirkiness. They're also a good place to start when building your accessory collection, as they come in different styles and easy to match up with other accessories and outfits.

The funky gold 'chained' ring (pictured above) is suited that evening ensemble. Of course, there's no hard and fast rule on how to work this season's must have.  Along with your favourite earrings, necklace and bracelet, this piece adds a modern edginess to any daywear.

It goes without saying that this ring are for all, those chasing the current trends and those who love things all vintage! Every vintage chick has two essential pieces - 1960's classic shift dress and 1960s or 1970s leather jacket.

As this retro-inspired piece is distinctive, it doesn't need no help from other accessories. Team this little treasure up with a black Aubrey-Hepburn-esque shift dress for that classically elegant evening look. If you're a true rock chic, this ring will look great with your bad-girl leather jacket with skin-tight jeans - and don't forget the killer heels for a jaw-dropping look.

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