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Feature Article, Alphabet Pony Magazine June 2014: Splendor in the grass issue June 11 2014, 0 Comments
Born in Byron designer Tegan Carrick joined forces with Alphabet Pony Magazine as a feature writer for their current issue, June 2014: Splendor in the grass.
Flick through to see the article on how to blend in like a Byron local at next months homegrown music festival that showcases some of Australias best talent and attracts top international bands.
Hint, buy your wardrobe when you arrive for guaranteed splendor style!
Born in Byron webitorial on iMute March 26 2014, 0 Comments
TriView Photography brings images of stunning Simone Smith on Tallows beach at Byron Bay to life in the webitorial 'Rustic Elegance' on iMute. Nicola Emanuel Makeup Artistry complimented the look with fresh natural hair and make up which is key to the Byron Bay surf chic lifestyle.
Let your eyes linger...
Sunglasses to Shape March 12 2014, 0 Comments
Lets face it, wearing a bikini can leave you quite exposed so it's important to know what works best for your body and face shapes. Here we lend a hand with matching your sunglasses to your face shape for maximum impact from your frames. Shopping for sunnies will never be easier!
Oval Face: Opt for modern cat-eye designs, Yvonne Amores style.
Australian model Yvonne Amores shooting Born in Byron swimwear for fashion magazine cover, Elegant, wears Burberry cat eye sunglasses.
Tom Ford brown bardot cat-eye acetate sunglasses, $93.99 my wardrobe.com
Philip Lim tyger sunglasses, $295 polyvore.com
Oliver Peoples jacey polarised sunglasses, $372.60 shopbop.com
Dolce and Gabbana cat-eye filigree gold tone sunglasses, $650 polyvore.com
Valentino crystal wing cat-eye sunglasses, $540 polyvore.com
Round Face: Take tips from Miranda Kerr for this face shape. Look for oversized rectangular frames to make a stylish statement.
Miranda arriving at LAX airport, April 2013, wearing Louis Vuitton Anemone Sunglasses in blush.
Alexander McQueen bold-brow rectangle sunglasses, $380.94 saksfifthavenue.com
Linda Farrow rectangle frame sunglasses, $401.81 farfetch.com
Prada, $290 lenscrafters.com
Kate Spade new york keeden square sunglasses, $79 polyvore.com
Woodzee daphne polarised rectangular sunglasses two tone brown 55mm, $80 amazon.com
Heart Shaped Face: Aviators are a chic choice for this face shape which is why it’s Cara Delevigne's go to sytle
Cara Delevingne wearing Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses at Kensington Gardens London.
Ray Ban aviator large metal, $164.95 visiondirect.com.au
Oakley womens daisy chain, $150 sunglasshut.com
KBL hollywood heist GT silver, KBL.com
Asos high bar aviator sunglasses with mirrored lenses, $23.77 asos.com
Tory Burch aviator sunglasses, $165 toryburch.com
Angular Face: Look ultra stylish in retro circular frames favoured by Beyonce
Born in Byron in Elegant Magazine March 11 2014, 0 Comments
Snapped! Born in Byron pieces are seen gracing the cover of Elegant Magazine Feburary 2014 in the editorial 'Kissed by the sun'.
Sport luxe bikini pieces are showcased with our floralescence print spliced with white mesh and solid black, perfectly displayed on a toned bronze figure.
Bikini top now available for purchase as part of set Floralescence Bandeau Bikini
Editorial lensed by // Heidi Hannele Photography
Model // Yvonne Amores
Hmua // Gina Guirguis-Makeup Artist
The new bikini accessory March 03 2014, 0 Comments
It's neoprene, the wetsuit fabric ontrend in swim and fashion garments this season. In sleek designs and colours the sleeve allows you to read your kindle 'naked'. Skinny dip anyone?
The black bikinis perfect match! You can also customise the fabric wrapped exterior with photos, designs or name and choose from 5 colours for the suede leather interior.
Beach Braids February 27 2014, 0 Comments
Mermaid-esque braids are a perfect compliment to your bikini.
Show off your tresses with these fashion focused tropical tied-up styles for beach babe glam.
Messy Mermaid Braids
How to video, I recommend pulling out the sides a bit more to give a slightly more messed up look to the style. Braids can also look best after a day on the beach once the wind has hit them a bit as it creates more of a boho theme, releasing wispy strands. Perfect look to take you from beach to bar.
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Suit to Shape February 27 2014, 0 Comments
Ladies, knowing your body type is the key to selecting your bikini. If you dress for your shape your figure will look the best it can with support in all the right places, this is a must! Below we explain some of the most common body shapes and the best suited styles...
Petite Package: Small in frame and height
This is a case of 'the best things come in small packages'...you are trying to create the illusion of length through the torso and legs so choose pieces that are minimal. Avoid high waisted bikinis, boy leg styles and midriff bikini tops.
Best style options: Triangles, Side tie briefs, Bikini bottoms with narrow sides, Onepieces with higher cut legs
Perfect Pear: Wider at the bottom than top
You are trying to create the illusion of a smaller lower half and fuller bust area to balance out your frame so try solid colour briefs teamed with printed or ruffled tops.
Best style options: High waisted briefs, Brazilian styles, Bandeau tops with detailing
Authentic Athletic: Broader shoulders with narrow hips and athletic legs
Assets are your toned lower half so opt for styles to show this off and add sleek details to the top of your frame to create feminine softness. Avoid bandeaus and boy leg briefs.
Best style options: Brazilian or cheeky cut bottom styles, Triangles and tops with padding
Heavenly Hourglass: Bust and hips equal measurements with a slim waist
The good news for you is that most styles will work on this figure and matching pieces work wonders which can make buying bikinis easier with no need to mix and match prints and plains like other body shapes rely on. Your silhouette is the asset you want to show off.
Best style options: One pieces to show off your shape, High waisted styles
Straight and Narrow: Less curves with minimal difference between bust, waist and hip measurements
You are trying to add feminine curves to this body shape so opt for prints, ruffles and playful styles. Aim to create volume at both the bust and hip so the waist appears to curve.
Best style options: Briefs with ruffles around the waist, Bandeaus with frills, Tops with cups
Images via // TriView Photography
Feature Model // Brittany Marree Kenny
Brittany's body shape is a combination of predominantly 'Petite Package' with a hint of 'Authentic Athletic'.
Styles suited to this figure are side tie or brazilian briefs as these styles will show off a toned midriff and butt, allowing the legs to appear longer. Triangles or smaller cut Bandeaus are perfect tops as not much support is needed allowing fashion options to be selected.
Keep in mind you may not be one standard body shape, if you would like more styling tips for your individual body type please leave your comments below.
Born in Byron in Like a Lion Magazine February 27 2014, 0 Comments
Snapped! Born in Byron pieces are seen gracing the fashion pages of Like a lion Magazine January 2014 in the editorial 'Denim Summer.'
Latest pieces display a bleached denim print in beautiful blue hues. On tend and proving denim no longer belongs only in the winter wardrobe!
Editorial lensed by// TriView Photography
Model// Brittany Marree Kenny
Mua// Alysha Bishop
Swimwear// Born in Byron
Born in Byron editorial in Ellements Magazine, NY January 14 2014, 0 Comments
Snapped! Sport luxe is the theme of this seasons suits from Born in Byron which are seen gracing the fashion pages of Ellements Magazine, NY.
Key pieces are presented in the editorial titled 'Poolside' in the swimwear edition.
Designed to keep temperatures soaring, captivating both wearer and viewer - the debut collection has landed.
Editorial lensed by TriView Photography
Model // Izzy Doak
Hmua // Marissa Mellick
Happy Fri-yay! June 14 2013, 0 Comments
Happiest of all days!