Fashion Reflex: Emphasize on the good, and let go of what you believe can be better. Fashion post on waist belts.

Focusing on what we do not want, or do not enjoy will only make our lives miserable and will only make things seem harder and unjust. But we forget that it is our choice and our own capability to just stop focusing on what bothers us, and instead focus on the good in our lives.

We all have something good going on, and if we can’t see it, then we need to repair our vision. Take your time to locate what is good in your life, but be generous while you see it, look at the good and feel good, write it down as to remember it and be grateful for it. Now start focusing on that good in your life, and start focusing on attracting more good into your life. Slowly you will realize what used to bother you have either disappeared or you have found a way to adapt to it and accept it as it is and even maybe start to see the good in what you saw as bad. Remember to always give things the time it needs, nothing changes in seconds, and nothing disappears or become, things need nourishment, need our attention, our love and our hope.

In this fashion post, designers have emphasized on the waist by adding a belt, because it is a beauty, so no matter what you are dressed, try to emphasis on what makes you feel more feminine, more beautiful and more self loved.

From the fall winter 2014/2015 collections by Balmain, Burberru Prorsum, Carolina Herrera, Donna Karen, Elie Saab, Leonard, Maison Martin Margiela, and many more. All pictures belong to www.style.com

Fashion Reflex: Dress up and Dress with love for the holidays.

December is my favorite month of the year; not just because I celebrate my birthday right after Christmas, and right before new years no ;), but also because I feel it is the perfect time of the year to celebrate my accomplishments and to prepare for what is there yet to come.

Look good for yourself, look good for your loved ones, and shine because you have counted all your blessings for the year 2014 and you are grateful for them. Celebrate in any way possible, join family and friends for dinner, organize your own dinner, a small event of live jazz, do something you have always wanted to do, and do it for yourself. Buy gifts for your loved ones, shower them with love, remember what they have all shared with you this year that is worthy to remember, give back to those you didn’t have the time to give back to, and remember to always share your love.

Here are my favorite dressy looks for this winter; maybe you can get inspired to what to wear for your festivals, events, gatherings, or dinners. Have a wonderful month of December; fill it with love, beauty and aspiration.

Photos are from the fall winter 2014/2015 ready to wear collection including designers like Badgley Mischka, Elie Saab, Dsquared, Fendi, Hermes, Karen Walker, Lanvin, Lela Rose, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino, Vera Wang and more. All Pictures are from www.style.com

Any gift ideas for the holidays you wish to share with me?

Dressed in all black from head to toe during winter… Find out the best looks for this season.

It is finally the time of the year, when it is almost dark all the time where ever you go. I must confess that black is one of my very favorite colors in my wardrobe during wintertime, and I never need to worry about explaining why am in black from head to toe. It is just simply sexy, and it always looks good!!

Mixing and matching different shades and fabrics of black is my secret recipe to transforming my outfit. We all know that Coco Chanel has something to do with all in black look for woman, and today we thank her for that. Black is timeless, and can be worn at any occasion and at any time.

The following photographs are from the Fall Winter 2014/2015 ready to wear collection dressed in everything black for designers like Alberta Ferretti, Alexander McQueen, Christian Dior, Donna Karen, Elie Saab, Haidar Ackermann, Jason Wu, Mara Hoffman, Monique Lhuillier, and Salvatore Ferragamo. Picturesd courtesy of www.style.com

What do you think of the color black?