FAVE 5: Maxi Dress To Impress | Clozette

One of the easiest and most effective ways to live and breathe our dreams of being a princess is through maxi dresses. They're comfortable, stylish and have become a staple piece in their own way. And with all the cuts and prints to choose from, they're easy to sport at any time of the year. 

Want to see some of our favourite ways to wear your maxi dress? Keep on scrolling for some inspiration from the Community.


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It's a new week of discoveries and fun new learnings. While the holidays are already nearing, we're taking some time away from thinking of the food we'll be eating and places we'll be going. Until we're finally ready to be away, we're focusing on the latest in fashion and beauty.

New Fenty?

There's no stopping Riri's Fenty Beauty. And if her new photos are any indication, all signs point to a new lip product release. The singer was recently sporting a creamy lilac and a fuchsia pink shade. 

The thing about Tony

A recent story on Nylon, titled "Koreans Don't Actually Like Tony Moly, dissects and tries to figure out why Korean Tony Moly brand is popular in many countries except its origin. 

Adriana Lima's promise

Adriana Lima has promised to never flaunt her body or get naked without a cause. Check out the Victoria's Secret Angel's vow to herself and to other women here.

They're not happy with Kylie

Another week, another controversy for a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family. This week, Kylie Jenner gets flak over her upcoming makeup brushes line. The set priced at USD360 is seen as way too expensive by many. Jenner defended her pricing, comparing the line to those of Kevyn Aucoin and MAC.

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Japanese products have been proven to be top-notch time and again, maintaining a reputation for excellent quality. Think Muji, SK-II, Uniqlo, Canon and many more! That's why we're excited about the arrival of these Japanese brands and collections in the island of Singapore. Read on to know about them and what they have to offer.

KOSÉ Cosmeport

KOSÉ Cosmeport, the on-shelf arm of Japanese beauty giant KOSÉ Corporation is now in Singapore. Ready your wallets because they will bring you a wide range of Japanese skincare and haircare brands that we'll surely gush over. For its opening, they're shining the spotlight on three of its stellar brands: Je l’aime, softymo and Clear Turn. 

Je l’aime is a hair care brand that offers non-silicone hair products for optimum hair and scalp health. Fragrance for this range is very intricate as its made with the same process as your perfume; with top, middle and base notes. softymo is a cleanser-focused skincare brand that offers a variety of state-of-the-art formulas from deep cleansing oils to gel cleansers. Finally, Clear Turn is one of Japan's authority on masks. These masks remain on the top spot in Japan for brand sales in the drugstore sheet mask category, so we can only expect the best. Products are now available at all leading drugstores islandwide.

Lumine Singapore

Japanese fashion can be described as varying. You can choose simple and sleek cuts or go funky with eccentric designs. No matter what your preferences are when it comes to Japanese fashion, LUMINE Singapore has something for you. The multi-label fashion boutique will present a collective of 20 on-trend wardrobe must-have fashion brands targeted at sophisticated women with a strong sense of individuality. All selected brands are iconic in Japan and enjoy immense popularity within LUMINE Japan. Visit them at The Central. 

Don Don Donki 

Craving for something? Whatever it is, there's a good chance Don Don Donki has it. This discount store has almost everything, from Japanese fruit jellies to unconventional beauty gadgets. And the best thing is, it's open 24/7. 

Melissa Shoes Mapping Collection

Inspired by different interesting locations, Melissa's Mapping collection is a range of weather-proof shoes that are perfect for any jet-setter. It's designed to be portable, comfy yet stylish, with each shoe depicting the style of a specific city. The collection is now available at Melissa boutiques and on their online store.

Try these Japanese beauty practices, too!