FAVE 5: Belles And Blooms | Clozette

Women are just like flowers. They have varying forms, colours and sizes — all of which are beautiful. Both make their surroundings bright and alive. Flowers have their petals; women have their personality. So combine them both and you get an amazing masterpiece, like beauty caught in a perfect standstill. Just check out these lovely snaps of belles and blooms from the Community to see what we mean. 

La vie en rose

(Photo from: iamczari)

Basket full o' flowers

(Photo from: lovebellavida)



We're already at the halfway point of the month. It's pretty crazy how time is flying so fast. If you're having a hard time keeping up with other stuff, you bet you can keep up with the latest and hottest in the worlds of fashion and beauty with our help. Here are the things we caught in our radar.

H&M x Moschino

The first look at H&M's collaboration with luxe design house Moschino has been unveiled, and it can be summed up with one word: fun! You can get your hands on the pieces starting 8 November.

Ellana takes on Southeast Asia

Filipino beauty brand Ellana Cosmetics is branching out. Folks from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Indonesia can now try their bestselling (and cult-favourite) mineral powders, as well as their new offerings including their creamy liquid lipsticks.

Unilever goes cruelty-free

Unilever has announced their support for promoting cruelty-free beauty through the Humane Society International's #BeCrueltyFree campaign, according to Allure. This move is reportedly said to impact the beauty industry in a big way.

UNIQLO x Alexander Wang

Here's another collaboration to watch out for. Alexander Wang has worked with UNIQLO for their HEATTECH functional apparel.  No news yet on when the collection will be released, but keep an eye out for it here.

Take a look back at what happened last week here.



Even though most of us won't be able to attend a royal wedding in our lifetime, we can always dress up as though we're going to one. Who says fancy hats and gorgeous suits are reserved for royal guests only? If you're about to attend a wedding, surprise everyone by showing up in an elegant and chic ensemble inspired by Princess Eugenie of York's best-dressed wedding guests. Here are some outfits you should consider wearing to your next nuptials appearance.  

Tuxedo + cigarette pants

Most of the time, if you break a royal protocol, you'll be endlessly criticised on social media. But it seems like we can only give praises and compliments for Cara Delevingne's super chic outfit at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding. She caused quite a buzz when she showed up in an Emporio Armani tuxedo and cigarette pants ensemble complete with a matching CHANEL top hat. A definite fashion must-try!

Pretty in millennial pink

The appeal of millennial pink isn't limited to casual wear, it's also a surprisingly very wearable hue on formal occasions as evidenced by Holly Valance's Ralph & Russo all-pink ensemble at the royal wedding. Take note of the dainty ribbon detail on the gloves and elegant adornments at the waist. It's a look we'd want to recreate.

Prim and proper in a crimson dress

If you wanna go for that prim and proper look, take it from Demi Moore and go for a perfectly tailored midi dress that will complement your figure. Moore loves her Stella McCartney number so much that she decided to join Instagram to share all about it on social media. When wearing a dark-hued monochromatic ensemble, make sure that you choose a shade that will bring out the radiance in your skin tone. It differs from person to person but usually emerald and crimson colours are foolproof choices.

Go bold but classy

It's a given that you shouldn't upstage the bride but it doesn't mean that you can't wear a bold, eye-catching outfit. The key is making sure that the cut and design of the dress remains classy with only a few well-placed embellishments. Just look at how Emma Louise Connolly rocks this red dress with a crystal heart belt detail from Alessandra Rich.

Eyelet dress + coat 

Poppy Delevingne contrasted her sister's menswear-inspired look with this ultra feminine outfit from Oscar De La Renta. It's a two-piece ensemble consisting of an eyelet dress with asymmetrical hemline and a matching day coat. It's a whimsical and romantic choice that's very fitting for a royal wedding.

(Cover photo from: @kensingtonroyal)