Minirock kombinieren: Styling-Tipps für jede Wetterlage


Stylisch, cool und kein bisschen billig: Wir zeigen dir, wie du einen Minirock kombinieren kannst und worauf du beim Styling unbedingt achten solltest.

Der Minirock ist ein echter Styling-Künstler. Egal ob luftig mit Top, lässig mit Shirt oder elegant mit Bluse er macht sich einfach immer gut und betont noch dazu unsere Figur. Und mit dem richtigen Oberteil und passenden Schuhen kombiniert sieht der kurze Rock auch kein bisschen billig aus.

Wie stylisch Outfits mit Minirock aussehen können, beweisen diese 20 angesagten Blogger-Styles. Welcher Look ist dein Favorit?

Eng oder weit: Welche Oberteile passen zum Minirock?
Passende Schuhe für ein Club-Outfit: Ankle Boots mit Pfennigabsatz wirken super sexy

Das Oberteil ist beim Minirock-Styling das A und O. Es bestimmt, ob der Look lässig, sportlich oder feminin aussieht. Generell gilt: Weniger ist mehr. Mit einem knappen Mini zeigst du ohnehin schon sehr viel Haut. Obenrum darfst du dich deshalb ruhig etwas bedeckter halten.

Bei Fashion-Profis besonders beliebt: Die Mischung aus weit geschnittenem, lockeren Oberteil und engem Minirock. ​Super lässig ist die Kombi aus Minirock und schlichtem, locker sitzendem T-Shirt im Boyfriend-Stil. Mit Boho-Accessoires kannst du das Basic-Outfit aufpeppen.

Unser Tipp: Steck den Saum des Shirts auf einer Seite ganz locker in den Rock. Das sieht cool aus und definiert die Figur.

​Ebenfalls stylisch: Eine etwas weiter geschnittene Bluse mit V-Ausschnitt zum Minirock. Dieser Look wirkt sommerlich, unkompliziert und trotzdem sehr feminin. Mit zarten Ketten in unterschiedlichen Längen kannst du die schlichte Optik der Bluse aufpimpen.

Und keine Sorge: Auch mit einem “züchtigeren” Oberteil kann das Styling verführerisch wirken. Super sexy und perfekt für einen Abend im Club ist ein Look mit Minirock und langärmeligen, schwarzen Body.

Cooler Stilbruch im Herbst und Winter: Minirock mit Oversize-Pulli

Ein Minirock hat nicht nur im Sommer Saison. Kombinierst du den Mini mit einem kuscheligen Oversize-Pullover, robusten Schuhen wie Boots oder Overknee-Stiefeln und Strumpfhose, kannst du den kurzen Rock auch wunderbar im Herbst oder sogar Winter tragen.

Tipp: Perfekt für kühlere Temperaturen ist ein kurzer Lederrock!

Welche Schuhe passen zum Minirock?

Für den Alltag sind definitiv flache Schuhe besser geeignet. High Heels wären bei einem Tageslook einfach too much. Cool und trendy zum Minirock sind schlichte weiße Sneakers. Sie verpassen deinem Look eine sportliche Note.

Perfekt für heiße Sommertage an denen man viel zu Fuß unterwegs ist: bequeme Espadrilles.

Noch sommerlicher und ein echter Gute-Laune-Style ist die Kombination aus Minirock und knallbunten Pom Pom Sandalen. Mindestens genauso schön: Römersandalen oder Metallic-Modelle zum Minirock.

Für Abende im Club dürfen es aber auch gerne mal hohe Hacken sein. Aufregend ist die Kombi aus Lederminirock, schwarzem Shirt, Lederjacke und spitzen Ankle Boots. Aber auch Sandaletten oder spitze Pumps machen sich gut zum kurzen Rock.


All in one: Praktisch, elegant und sexy – die coolsten Bodys für den Sommer


Das Problem kennt doch jeder: Man greift im Sommer zu dünnen Seidenhosen, Slipdresses oder knappen Shorts und zuppelt dann ständig am dazu kombinierten Oberteil rum, um den Saum darunter immer wieder glatt zu streichen oder herausgerutschte Ecken zurück in den Bund zu stopfen. Die Lösung: Enganliegende Bodys, denn so vermeidest du nicht nur die ungeliebten „Stoffwürste“, sondern kannst das Basic-Piece auch immer wieder neu kombinieren.

So verschieden kannst du Bodys stylen

Kendall Jenner und Gigi Hadid tragen farblich abgestimmte Bodys zum eleganten Business-Outfit. Das klappt besonders gut mit Weiß, hellem Grau oder Creme. Im Sommer lassen sich Bodys aber auch perfekt zu Jeans(shorts), weit geschnittenen Culottes, unter Trägerkleidern oder zu figurbetonten Röcken stylen. Dazu einfach in ein paar Sneakers oder coole Badeschlappen schlüpfen und fertig ist der lässige Sommer-Look.


Peter Dundas, The Man Behind Beyonce’s Grammy Looks, Is Launching His Own Line

The right dress can turn a gorgeous women into a goddesses, and designer Peter Dundas has made a career out of this transformation, creating high-drama pieces for some of the biggest labels in the industry. After leaving Roberto Cavalli in October 2016, where he was creative director for three seasons, Dundas came out of the woodwork, designing Beyonce’s Grammy gowns under his own name — a style mic drop if we’ve ever seen one. Now, on Friday, Dundas announced he’s officially launching his own label on Sunday at Couture Fashion Week in Paris.
The Norwegian designer started his fashion career as a design assistant to Jean-Paul Gaultier, and went on to serve as creative director for Cavalli, as well as Emanuel Ungaro and Emilio Pucci. “I’ve worked at relaunching three established brands now and I’ve enjoyed doing that, but at this moment, doing something completely new seems fresher to me, and in many ways seems easier,” he told Vogue. “I’m learning a lot.”
According to Business of Fashion, the label will be a partnership between Dudas and his romantic partner Evangelo Bousis, and will be available to shop exclusively on July 7 on Moda Operandi; the launch will be followed by a fall partnership with Farfetch, which “will feature more accessibly-priced jeans, t-shirts and dresses that will complement the high-octane occasion-wear for which Dundas is renowned.”
While we haven’t gotten a glimpse of what’s to come just yet, beyond Beyonce, Dundas has recently created custom looks for Emily Ratajkowski at Cannes. (He was also the one behind the lemonade-hued tiered dress Bey wore while smashing car windows in “Hold Up.”) . But, as anticipation for Sunday’s show grows, a quick scroll through the newly-created @DundasworldInstagram account shows the designer will continue to create clothes that embrace the female form and don’t shy away from opulence. After all, this is a man who famously proclaimed, “I make clothes that women want to put on and men want to take off.”
“I learned years ago that it was important to spend time with my girls, understand the life they lead, and why they’re into certain things or not into them anymore,” he told Vogue. “We would like to consider ourselves a lifestyle brand as much as a fashion brand, and part of the way to do that is to live that dream, to share that dream, as well.”

Crisp and Cool


A flirty crop top that doesn’t show too much skin

I typically avoid big, billowy blouses since they make me look like I have a baby bump, but I made an exception to this one. Since it’s cropped, with sweet little ties at the shoulder, it adds a flirty touch to an otherwise shapeless piece. It has a sort of Almost Famous vibe when paired with high-waisted jeans and a straw bag, and makes for an ideal piece for hot summer afternoons.


Gigi Hadid on Why Rihanna Is Her Style Inspiration and Where She Draws the Line on Social Media


Gigi Hadid will post the occasional Zayn Malik kissing shot on her Instagram. She’ll share baby photos, selfies, and photos of her vacations. But Hadid is admittedly less open on her social media accounts than she was when she first started: “I’ve kind of learned where people start to take advantage of things,” Hadid told in an interview yesterday at the launch of her Vogue Eyewear line. “Because in the very beginning, I was a lot more trustworthy of things, and I feel like I was a lot more freely able to post.”


“You kind of learn that there has to be a difference between how private you wanna be and how private people force you to be. So I try and be as open as I can without revealing too much of a certain situation, but you kind of just have to take it depending on the post and depending where you are.”


Before her Vogue Eyewear party last night, Hadid spoke to and a small group of reporters about how her first eyewear capsule collection—which includes three sunglasses and one pair of optics she designed—is really just all the glasses she couldn’t find. “I just wanted something that was timeless and shapes that I could wear everyday,” she said.


She teamed up with Vogue Eyewear because “they were able to produce sunglasses that were the quality I wanted,” she explained. “I’m not just gonna put out a sunglass line with whoever with whatever shape and whatever color and hope it works and put my name on it just for the money. If they weren’t sunglasses that I was gonna love and wear and be able to put myself behind, then I wouldn’t have done it. “

 Here, Hadid talked to about the Vogue Eyewear campaign she stars in, what dishes she cooks for her friends (and her boyfriend, Zayn Malik), and how Rihanna fuels Hadid’s street style streak.


During your Vogue Eyewear campaign, you eat cake, bake, and ride horses. Do you have any fun behind-the-scenes stories from being on set?

Well, what I was really grateful about this shoot is that it’s all things that I like to do, so that makes the day go very fast and it’s very fun. Um, a fun story: [photographers] Mert [Alas] and Marcus [Piggott] got stuck in traffic and so the horse was already there and I rode the horse for like 45 minutes before they even got there [laughs], just around the backyard by myself. So that was fun. I was happy to finish hair and makeup early that day.


So what’s your best baking dish you make when you’re off-duty?

My favorite thing is to invite my friends over and ask them each to pick, like someone will pick like a dinner dish, someone will pick a dessert dish, and I really like making things that I’ve never made before and just seeing if I can do it. And last week I made a banoffee pie, which is a banana, toffee whip cream pie, and it actually turned out really good. I had never had one before, but my friend really wanted one so I made it for her and it was really good. That’s probably my newest favorite dessert to make.


And your best standard dish?

It’s hard to say. I don’t know! I feel like people have different favorites that I make. I’m not sure! I love making corndogs and I make jalapeños in the batter, and it’s really good. That’s my favorite.

Let’s talk style. What’s the best piece of fashion advice you’ve been given?

Carine Roitfeld once told me, “If you don’t know what to wear to a party, wear jeans, a T-shirt, and heels, [and] call it a night,” It’s made a lot of my nights easier.

And whose street style inspires you?

So many people. I mean, Rihanna, like every day. I can’t say that I could pull off the same things that Rihanna could, but she makes me excited about getting dressed the next day, I feel like, which is inspiring, so yeah.



Kate Middleton Channels Audrey Hepburn’s ‘My Fair Lady’ In White Lace At The Royal Ascot


Kate Middleton has stunned in an Alexander McQueen dress at the Royal Ascot and her outfit looked oddly familiar.

If you’re currently facing the dilemma of what to wear to a wedding this summer and battling concerns of sweat patches, swollen ankles and whether a fascinator could be used as a shield for your untamed frizzy hair in the unexpected British humidity, look no further for your formal fashion inspiration than Kate Middleton.

Yesterday, the 35-year-old Duchess looked stunning in a white lace dress by Alexander McQueen, paired with a matching chapeau adorned with beaded flowers, and pearl drop earrings – similar to the bespoke pair her sister Pippa wore at her wedding to hedge fund financier James Matthews last month.

Kate Middleton at Royal Ascot 2017 | ELLE UK

Kate’s dress featured a high neckline, sheer sleeves, a belted waist, and a bell-shirt that skimmed just below the knee.

Kate Middleton at Royal Ascot 2017 | ELLE UK

Keeping her make-up simple, with a slick of nude pink lipstick and a smokey brown eye, the mother-of-two teased her hair into a low bun at the nape of her neck.

Kate Middleton at Royal Ascot 2017 | ELLE UK

The Royal’s dress was reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn’s high-neck white dress in the 1964 film, My Fair Lady.

 Those with an eye for fashion will remember that Kate wore a smilier lace dress to the Royal Ascot last year – an off-white Dolce & Gabbana long-sleeved number paired with an off-white hat, and pearl drop earrings.

Kate Middleton at Royal Ascot 2016 | ELLE UK

I mean, if it ain’t broke…

However, Kate wasn’t the only royal who dressed up for the occasion, as Prince William looked quite the gentleman in his top hat, umbrella and coattails.

Best Looks: Emma Watson


Emma Watson wore the princess dress version of your favorite sundress to her Paris movie premiere.

Emma Watson is a young lady of many accomplishments. She’s been cast as a Disney princess (in Beauty and the Beast, naturally), graduated from an Ivy League school, and has launched a global gender equality movement for the United Nations with HeforShe. And sartorially she’s just as prolific, wearing suits, gowns, and LBDs perfectly. No wonder she was recently named the world’s most outstanding woman. See all her best looks.

It’s a sustainable fashion marathon, full of black jumpsuits, bejeweled dresses, and more.

Before Emma Watson began her Beauty and the Beast press tour, she and her stylist sent designers a Power Point, according toVanity Fair, inquiring how their garments “are produced, what their impact is on the environment, and the moral reason why Watson should wear one on the red carpet.” Watson’s goal was to create a marathon press tour of entirely eco-friendly fashion. This is the result—a lot of color, variety, and plenty of the requisite Disney princess dresses.

March 13, 2017

In Givenchy haute couture and an Eva Fehren earcuff during the New York City Beauty and the Beast premiere.

March 13, 2017

In Christian Dior haute couture while at a Beauty and the Beast event in New York City.

March 10, 2017

In custom Phillip Lim 3.0 at SiriusXM’s offices in New York City.

March 10, 2017

Arriving at Good Morning America in New York City.

March 7, 2017

Arriving at the LAX airport in Los Angeles, en route to New York City.

March 6, 2017

In her Galvan jumpsuit while leaving Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Los Angeles.



She takes a very fashionable trip down memory lane.

Karlie Kloss has walked the runways for the best of the best fashion houses—so much so that she has now built up an enviable personal collection of one-off pieces and fresh off-the-runway gowns.

Lucky for us, Kloss is quite a keen YouTuber and documented a trip back to her family home to let us watch her rummage through her ‘kloset’ as she takes a very fashionable trip down memory lane.

You can see the full film here, but scroll down if you want to know our favourite moments from the clip:

What we learned from Karlie Kloss:

A few fun facts about Kloss were revealed in the video—with the model explaining that her parents sold their home and moved from St Louis to New York to support their daughter in her modelling career. Though this probably seemed like a risky move to take at the time, the risk certainly paid off.

Kloss’ first purchase, from her very first pay check, was a Land Rover car and she may or may not have had her first kiss in that car too.

The supermodel also admitted that she did a lot of runway shows ‘for trade’, meaning that she was paid in clothes rather than money. She reckons some of her best pieces have been gathered this way.

Her best fashion pieces were quite remarkable and we are incredibly envious that she just had these items lying around at her mum’s house, when we would either wear them every day or have them framed. Here are our top picks from her collection:

  1. Alexander McQueen off-the-runway original from his last collection
  2. Her Oscar De La Renta gown that she wore to the Met Gala in 2014
A Rodarte hand knitted jumper that she referred to as a “treasure”

Kloss says at the end of the video that she found the whole spring clean of her closet rather therapeutic—and probably immensely useful now she has packed that Rodarte jumper to bring to her actual everyday wardrobe!


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