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How To Thursday, January 19, 2017
How to wear off-the-shoulder tops

The off-the-shoulder top, a staple of 1980s and early 90s style, has made a comeback, in many different incarnations. Skin-tight jersey numbers, such as those worn by Kelly Kapowski on Saved by the Bell, paired with stone wash jeans, are thankfully not the only option when it comes to how to wear off-the-shoulder tops.

How To Thursday, January 19, 2017
How to wear thongs: from the pool to the city

To the Brits they’re flip flops and the Kiwis call them jandals. In Australia, they’ll always be thongs and how to wear thongs here has always involved sun, sand and swimming. Nowadays, however, the beloved double-plugger has been asked to play a much broader role than simply cruising around the backyard barbie and along the beach.

How To Tuesday, January 17, 2017
How to dress for an Australian heatwave

Simply wearing fewer clothes does not adequately answer the question of how to dress for an Australian heatwave. No — there are a number of scenarios to consider, as well as an overwhelming number of style choices.

How To Tuesday, January 17, 2017
What to wear to the beach

Working out what to wear to the beach is a matter of both style and comfort. An art best informed by your destination of choice, getting dressed for these occasions is also about bending the rules with personal accents.

How To Tuesday, January 17, 2017
How to style culottes

Few words are as polarising in the world of fashion as culottes. Whether to include these shorts-disguised-as-a-skirt into wardrobe rotation is always up for debate. Michael Kors even posed the question “high-waisted flares vs wide-leg culottes?”

How To Tuesday, January 17, 2017
How to wear checks

Criss, cross, line, line. The check in theory is a pretty simple concept, but how to wear checks — is that as straightforward? In recent times, designers’ fascination with the print has seen it used in all its most complex styles, from Prince of Wales to madras.