Topshop Party Wear Haul + In The Frow Joins The Show | SheerLuxe Show



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Olivia Wayne is joined by SheerLuxe ladies Astrid Carter, Lu Hough and Charlotte Collins plus special guest, blogger and Instagram star Victoria Magrath, in today’s episode.

The SheerLuxe ladies talk about if and why women apologise more than men, who was best dressed at last night’s British Fashion Awards, and how they’ll be curing their hangovers this festive season.

Lu and Olivia take to the rail for a new party wear-inspired Topshop haul. From sequins to party dresses, it’ll have your after-hours wardrobe sorted.

Finally, Olivia meets one of the UK’s top superbloggers, Instagram influencers and YouTube stars: Victoria Magrath, also known as In The Frow, talks about starting her blog, her success and her new book, The New Fashion Rules.

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SECTIONS
Panel (00:00)
Topshop Haul (16:11)
Victoria Magrath – In The Frow (27:28)

PANEL
The SL Fashion Team’s Favourite Party Looks |

TOPSHOP HAUL
Houndstooth Pleat Midi Skater Dress |
Paisley print Hanky Hem Skater Dress |
Ombre Sequin Wrap Dress |
Spotted Pussybow Blouse |
Plain Satin Slip Dress |
Plain Satin Slip Dress |
Satin Bias Midi Skirt |
Stripe Embellished Jacket |
Leather Midi Pinafore Dress |
Silver Metallic Skirt |
Hooded Faux Fur Coat |
Super Soft Borg Coat |
WIDE FIT ELLA Pointed Boots |
HOWDIE High Ankle Boots |
MANE Jewel Heel Boots |
Peggie Pearl Tote Bag |

WE MEET VICTORIA MAGRATH – IN THE FROW
The New Fashion Rules, Victoria Magrath |
Follow Victoria (inthefrow) |

WHAT WE’RE WEARING
Olivia Wayne
Printed Knit Skirt With Sequins, Zara |

Astrid Carter
Multicoloured Sequin Top, Mango |
Flared Velvet Trousers, Mango |

Lu Hough
Vintage Bing Tee, Anine Bing |
Boyfriend Fit Blazer, Reiss |

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Prabhu’s Ethnic Wear – The Retro Charm Fashion Show



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The Branding Theme Of The Retro Charm Fashion Show
Theme Designed and Choreographed By Founder and Director Of ZEP School Of Modelling – Mr. Rupesh Kadam.
Special Thanks From The organizers of the Retro Charm Fashion Show – Simmy Designer – Dalvinder Kaur & S R Caterer – Mr. Sandeep Sonar

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show



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Nearly one hundred dealers from around the country and the globe set up shop in New York City’s Metropolitan Pavillion for the Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show and Sale on Feb. 1 and Feb. 2.

The dealers represented over three centuries of vintage fashion and antique textiles. Combined with their own unique aesthetic tastes, the show offered a colorful selection to appeal to any vintage or fashion enthusiast.

The vintage show will return to New York on April 19 and April 20. Visit www.manhattanvintage.com to learn more.

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“Faster Does It” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Go Vintage Fashion Show – January 2012



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University of Huddersfield students Kate Mikolajczak and Zara Ahmad kicked off 2012 in style by organising a charity vintage fashion show. The show was put on to raise awareness of Lymphoma and funds to support the research of the symptoms of this cancer.

The Specifically Vintage Fashion Show



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The Specifically Vintage team organised a fabulous Vintage Fashion Show that helped raise an incredible £7,000 for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) on Sunday 25th November 2018
as part of the Vintage Afternoon Tea & Fashion Show at the
Invercarse Hotel Dundee

Starting a New Fashion Trend | PAQ Ep #61 | A Show About Streetwear and Fashion



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This weeks sees the guys attempt to start their very own, capes. Can PAQ make capes cool?

Watch as Shaq hits up a familiar face, Elias proves that he’s a wetty and Dexter talks (a lot) about Comic Con.

KIDS COSTUME DRESS-UP SHOW w/ KARINA and RONALD!!!



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COSTUME DRESS-UP SHOW!!! Who won?

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ESO: Tamriel’s next Topmodel – [Episode 6] – Necromancer – Elder Scrolls Online Fashion Show



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Hello everyone 🙂 Today I share with you the 6 Episode of Tamriel’s next Topmodel with the theme “Necromancer” for the Elder Scrolls Online. Thank you very much for all your submissions!

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0:32 Outfit by KnuddelAzubi – Outfit cost: 18900 Gold
1:12 Outfit by Gisleyiin – Outfit cost: 15000 Gold
2:30 Outfit by Esutick – Outfit cost: 9370 Gold
3:49 Outfit by Nomak67 – Outfit cost: 10500 Gold
4:55 Outfit by Sankta.Nova – Outfit cost: 10300 Gold
6:07 Outfit by Jimzer – Outfit cost: 11425 Gold
7:30 Outfit by Knopantz83 – Outfit cost: 2325 Gold
8:49 Outfit by Lowercase – Outfit cost: 12550 Gold
9:54 Outfit by RinElle – Outfit cost: 5700 Gold
10:58 Outfit by I_GREENHAWK_I – Outfit cost: 5000 Gold

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On consoles: go to settings-Video Settings-Screenshot Mode
-Hide the Chat Window

Tip: A good way to focus your Character is to open your inventory and then click the “hide UI button”. Like that your Character is perfect centered and also a bit more lightened.
Record 40 seconds of the front, then show again your ui and turn your character to the back, hide again the ui and record for 20 seconds. Repeat that process for the side view.
That is the perfect way to record the requested front, back and side view

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[chest]: Weight Type, Style Name – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3
[shoulders]: Weight Type, Style Name – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3
[hands]: Weight Type, Style Name – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3
[waist]: Weight Type, Style Name – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3
[legs]: Weight Type, Style Name – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3
[feet]: Weight Type, Style Name – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3

[Weapon]:
Weapon 1 – Style – Dye 1, Dye2, Dye3
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Alameda Antique Show + May | Camille



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The Alameda Point Antiques Faire is the largest antiques show in Northern California. Held on the 1st Sunday of every month, the Faire boasts over 800 Dealer booths.

I haven’t been back since my first time going last year. We went late last year so we didn’t get to the end. This time we made it to the end 🙂

It truly was a Sunday Funday with my fabulous cousin, May!
After the show we went to Chipotle. We have our random moments. She completes me, truly. lol.

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Swimsuit Fashion Show on The Thames (1930s) | Vintage Fashions



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Get a brief glimpse into 1930s “heatwear” fashion in this clip taken from “Father Thames’ Daughters” (1932). Here, girls parade along a show boat and showcase the latest swimsuits and beachwear while elegant people dine and enjoy the pageant!

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