How to Wear High Boots This Fall and Winter

Whether they’re leather or suede, flat-soled or with block heels, not only are thigh-high boots surprisingly wearable, but they’re well on their way to becoming cold-weather wardrobe staples. Pull them on over skinny jeans or leggings, style them with a midi skirt that falls below the top of the boot, or allow a sliver of skin (or tights, come winter frost!) to peek out between your boot and a short hemline. Just in time for fall, find out our favorite ways to wear thigh-high boots, below.

CPM to showcase clothing for Fall/Winter 2019

The 29th edition of Collection Premiere Moscow (CPM) will showcase clothing for Winter 2019 from international exhibitors at the Moscow Expocentre. The fashion trade show that will begin from August 30, 2019 will incorporate 18 catwalk shows by high-end labels, trend lectures by in-house experts and seminars for buyers and exhibitors. The four-day international fashion event will present latest international trends and collections for various segments including womens wear, menswear, children’s wear, knitwear, leisure wear, leather wear, fur wear, swim and beachwear as well as accessories, young fashion, evening wear and lingerie. The global fashion programme is an opportunity for buyers to carry out business in various areas. CPM includes three segments: CPM Premium, CPM Kids Premium Brands and CPM Accessories & Shoes. CPM Premium stands for high-quality, design-oriented collections, CPM Kids Premium Brands will present everything from baby to children’s clothing and children’s shoes and CPM Accessories & Shoes– because the little things complete the outfit perfect. With the segment CPM Kids, CPM offers new sales markets in the Eastern European region to the numerous international manufacturers in the children’s wear segment. (RR)

Top Styles for Business Casual Women Today

Business casual is a common dress code for offices around the country Styles. Basically, it is meant to be a hybrid between formal business wear and casual attire. So a full business suit is not usually necessary, but your basic jeans-and-t-shirt weekend look isn’t appropriate either. So what exactly is appropriate? Business casual styles for women can vary depending on your office. If you work in a very traditional industry or regularly meet with clients who tend to be a bit old fashioned, you may want to dress a bit more formal than someone working at a tech startup. If you’re looking for a more specific outline of what that means, here are some guidelines for business casual women’s wear. Understated blouses, sweaters and button-up shirts are all usually acceptable in a business casual environment. In general, it’s a good idea to go with a fairly modest silhouette, and nothing too tight. Neutral or dark colors are also fairly common in professional environments, though a shirt can be a good opportunity to add a pop of color, as long as the rest of your outfit is fairly neutral. You can also layer a blazer or cardigan over your top for a look with more depth. A blazer can also help to dress up an outfit if you have a more formal office or are meeting with clients. Generally, it’s best to stay away from basic t-shirts. But in some more casual environments they may be okay when paired with a blazer or cardigan. You should also steer clear of tank tops, halters, plunging necklines and any shirts with text or prominent images on them.