Car Wash Fashion


Car Wash Fashion is a natural evolution of universal fringe and the most wearable fashion trends in Fall 2015.

Think of it as the more polished sister to last season’s major fringe trend. Team with a sharp blouse or top to create a refined look.  – Christian Dior, J. Crew, Oscar de la Renta

The car wash skirt was featured in at least 15 runway shows for fall and winter, according to Who What Wear. Designers like Suno, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, Tommy Hilfiger and Angelo Marani were just some of the names who showed their take on the skirt, Fashionista reported.

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Color Trends of Fall 2015

burgundy color trends 2015


Burgundy is known to be elegant color of true blood.  A little touch of Burgundy accessory makes pretty random thing of fashion sense. How about daytime lace in Burgundy combinated with casual jeans…?  Hidden-high-heel-high-top shoes in fashion…totally loved!

navy color trends 2015


Navy is new midnight sexy black.  It exudes serenity with a touch of mystery.  Very chic and sophisticated look for the season.  Big chunky sweater knits are back to season.  How about canvas shoes for young looking comfort…?

Definition of Style Hashtag


On microblogging or social networking sites, hashtags can be inserted anywhere within a sentence, either preceding it, following it as a postscript, or being included as a word within the sentence (e.g. “It is #sunny today”).

The quantity of hashtags used in a post or tweet is just as important as the types of hashtags used. It is currently considered acceptable to tag a post once when contributing to a specific conversation. Two hashtags are considered acceptable when adding a location to the conversation. Three hashtags are seen by some as the “absolute maximum”, and any contribution exceeding this risks “raising the ire of the community.

As well as frustrating other users, the misuse of hashtags can lead to account suspensions. Twitter warns that adding hashtags to unrelated tweets, or repeated use of the same hashtag without adding to a conversation, could cause an account to be filtered from search, or even suspended.


A type of label or metadata tag used on social network and microblogging services which makes it easier for users to find messages with a specific theme or content. Users create and use hashtags by placing the hash character (or number sign) # in front of a word or unspaced phrase, either in the main text of a message or at the end. Searching for that hashtag will then present each message that has been tagged with it.

For example, on the photo-sharing service Instagram the hashtag #bluesky allows users to find images that have been tagged as containing the sky, and #cannes2014 is a popular tag for images from the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Hashtags can be used to collect public opinion on events and ideas at the local, corporate, or world level. For example, searching Twitter for #worldcup2014 returns many tweets from individuals around the globe about the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Hashtags have been used for social activism. The Twitter hashtags #notallmen and #yesallwomen were used to debate misogyny after the 2014 Isla Vista killings; while the #illridewithyou hashtag was created to tag messages of support for Australian Muslims using public transport after the 2014 Sydney hostage crisis.

Because of its widespread use, hashtag was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2014. The term hashtag can also refer to the hash symbol itself when used in the context of a hashtag.