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Pretty peplum

As a favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, Emma Stone and Kim Kardashian, it’s the shape of the season, and the peplum is a must-have look that’s easily mastered. The peplum works on any shape and refers to a ruffle or frill that flips out from a jacket or top or is an addition to a fitted dress.Read More

Decorative pants

The way to wear your printed pants this summer all depends on the style. If you love your trousers with a bit of a print you can wear snakeskin, polka dots, animal or stripes with a simple summer shirt and heels. Dress up your printed pants with an embellished tunic or camisole. To capture a classic look co-ordinate with basic colours and for a fashion look add a few of summer’s brightest shades.Read More

The Hi-Low

The high-low look – which literally means shorter in front and longer at the back – is a cutting-edge, yet very feminine, way of getting the best of the mini and the maxi.
It’s a silhouette that’s seen on skirts, dresses and summery tops and immediately adds beautiful movement and grace to an outfit. If your knees aren’t your best assets, go for a high-low that falls under your knee.Read More

Know your red

It’s Valentine’s Day, the perfect day to wear red! It’s a colour we all love to wear and by using the Chata Romano Colour System you can easily incorporate red into your wardrobe.Read More

Dream read

She runs up and down a summery hill of the playground next to my house. I watch her with wonder and a slight pang of wistfulness. Dressed in a neon pink tutu splashed with tiny hearts and lots of sequins, a pair of purple leggings showing off must-have bows on the sides, a duo of dazzling rainbow pumps and lace socks all topped off with a ditsy floral printed t-shirt.Read More

Olympic Glory

Every 4 years we watch in awe as top athletes from all over the world compete for Olympic gold. Some dreams are fulfilled and some dreams are shattered. A moment I will never forget was during the Sydney Olympics when Eric Moussambani, a swimmer from Equatorial Guinea, found himself in the unique position of competing in a 100m event by himself because two other swimmers were disqualified due to a false start.Read More