Motilo - a sartorial heaven already winning awards for innovation - fuses together shopping, social networking and a little touch of Polyvore-esque creativity. With labels ranging from Alexander McQueen to J. Crew being featured on their site, they give their users the chance to share and shop their own looks, as well as draw inspiration from and comment on other users outfits, forming a great community that adds a whole new dimension to online shopping.
Right now they’ve got a £2000 shopping spree up for grabs (that’s over $3,000!), letting the winner get their hands a whole range of designer goods. Having a chance to win is pretty simple, just follow @Motilo on Twitter, along with @MrsMotilo before the 13th of August 2012 and cross your fingers!
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I think silver or antique-y bronze would go really well against most blues if you’re wanting to avoid gold, or something with coloured-detailing.
If it’s going to be a head-shot that’s mostly shown in the yearbook, or something from the shoulders up, pick a top colour that compliments your skin tone really well and a flattering neckline (avoid anything too high or low, rounded collars tend to suit most people) For the rest of it, I’d stick to solid colour jeans/pants and high heeled sandals - not too dressy or casual, just somewhere between :)
Rewind: Chanel Haute Couture SS 2005
Valetino couture SS 2012 detail