Americans kick off the summer every fourth of July by celebrating Independence day. While the day is meant to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, severing the original 13 American colonies ties with the British Monarchy, it has become a day of sun, sand, cookouts and fireworks. Whether your plans for the Fourth of July take you to the river, the beach or even just to your own backyard, it's important that your outfit screams summer fun and being some combination of red, white and blue is encouraged! My Melrose and Melrose Family Fashions have a wide selection of summer essentials which can form the perfect building blocks of your look for this 4th of July and remain an part of your wardrobe for the rest of the summer. Check out our five ladies' outfits below for inspiration, or completely replicate them by looking at your nearest location.
Posts tagged 'fashion'
We're back FINALLY with a new fashion subculture article; the groups that are defined and organized with particular features of appearance that make their taste distinctive from all others, and what we have at My Melrose and Melrose Family Fashions for you to explore and create your outfits. This week we blend two fashion subcultures with a fine line dividing them; purpose over preference. Minimalism and the clean girl aesthetics are topics this author looks forward to explaining and expanding upon. Read more below and view our five styled looks with examples of other ways to put pieces to go together.
Clothes are always essential to showcasing one's style, and accessories are sometimes left out of the style planning, therefore keeping the full potential of an aesthetic from shining. So instead of planning your look with clothing at the helm, try a new strategy with the accessories you have lying around that you don't quite know what to pair them with. Your friends at My Melrose and Melrose Family Fashions will teach you how with our four curated examples. Read below for complete accessory profiles with some tips on outfits that would excellently match the aesthetic you're going for.
Congratulations to every one part of the class of 2023. From your friends at My Melrose, we recognize your hard work and this significant milestone in your lives. We celebrate your little ones graduating preschool and kindergarten, high school seniors ending one of the most extended chapters of their lives, and those graduating college and beyond. These milestones take hard work and discipline, and we're proud to see you all accomplish these goals. Today, we wanted to help graduates and parents of said academians find something nice to wear for the occasion as well as ideas for small gift items to show your affection to the graduate in your life. Please read below for our top suggestions and check out more items in our Class of 2023 Graduation Station.
When the average person thinks about Mother's Day, we picture a biological mom that brought us into the world; but that's not exactly everyone's reality. Think about specific circumstances; relatives or non-blood families might adopt some; some of us may have never had a mother due to a passing or an estranged relationship. What we do have in our lives are women who raised us. These women could be our grandmas, aunts, sisters, or family that chose us; a more accurate outlook and mantra to follow regarding family is that family is what we make it. This Mother's Day, honor your mom or the female role models who were there to act as a mother for you. My Melrose and Melrose Family Fashions take this time to celebrate these fantastic women by showing outfits that highlight female grace and beauty.
We have returned with conversations on the zodiacs and My Melrose ladies' shoe styles based on them. Last week's article explained the significance of the zodiac and how you can look deeper into your sign. Our friends under the sun sign's Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, and Cancer. This week, we're talking about Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, and shoes based on these signs.
Among youth culture, particularly younger millennials and older Gen Z, a fun and trendy topic of conversation is one's astrological or zodiac sign. Whether or not you believe in astrology, there are some excellent ways to distinguish yourself with inspiration from your zodiac sign. If you're already immersed in astrology or want to delve into it for fun, Co–Star is a beautiful app to get daily horoscopes and charts from. We at My Melrose find astrology fun and exciting, so we wanted to find a way to integrate it into our content. So this week, we bring you part one of shoes inspired by zodiac signs.
Refer back to a small piece of our post on trending fashion colors for spring/summer 2023, where we discuss Pantone's color of the year, Viva Magenta 18-1750, and the mantra behind it; the encouragement of exploration and self-expression. While this pushes for bold colors and prints, a range of neutral earth-tone colors are creeping to the forefront of fashion this spring – think of a variety of browns, greys, greens, beige, etc. This week, My Melrose talks about earth-tone colors; what colors go with these varieties, and how to create outfits inspired by natural colors we see every time we go outside.
"Chill time" doesn't have a dedicated date on the calendar. Instead, we all find ways to have a good time and escape from our routines. With the weather warming up, fun and exciting events start to pop up, like Coachella in California, Lolapalooza in Chicago, Fiesta in the My Melrose headquarters city of San Antonio, Texas, and so much more. This week, we want to talk about festival fashion derived from the mainly bohemian style and more vibrant and colorful inspirations for events like Fiesta.
Last week, My Melrose featured how to casually wear fuchsia to showcase effortless looks in their bold presentation of the color fuchsia. This week, we're featuring more sophisticated looks to showcase more refined outfits that are professional, elevated, and stylish for a night out. So explore your femininity and power and be inspired by the four polished, dressed-up looks to keep you on trend for spring with varieties of tops for women, pants, and ladies' shoes, specifically heels.