Kylie Bax Paula

A ca­reer as a su­per model span­ning over two decades, Kylie in­spires with her sense of style as the Face of the Paula Ryan col­lec­tion.

Paula Style - - NEWS -

Cen­tre: Op­tions ga­lore, the Shirt Wais­ter But­ton Front Dress 6097 in Metropol

Check cinched here with a Zipped Cum­mer­bund 5979 in Eco Leather. Far Right: A sil­hou­ette to die for when you wear the Over­lap Front Dress 6030 in

Bonded Mi­cro­jer­sey. Above: Stay warm in a Sleeve­less High Un­rolled Turtle­neck 6158 in Ex­clu­sive Merino worn un­der the Week­end Coat

6127 in Rufini Merino.

When it comes to style, there are three types of women: those who dress for men, those who dress to im­press other women, and those who dress for them­selves. Women who wear clothes from the Paula Ryan Col­lec­tion do not seek ap­proval. They show strength of char­ac­ter and are con­fi­dent with their fem­i­nin­ity. They are also not afraid to stand out in a crowd but are un­der­stated in their pur­suit of good taste. ‘Less is best’ is the motto of fine dress­ing, but there are no short cuts when it comes to qual­ity. “The magic is in the fab­ric” and our brand has used those words as a po­si­tion­ing state­ment since the Col­lec­tion’s launch in 1998. Dress your body, not your age and never un­der­es­ti­mate the power of clothes. A pol­ished, so­phis­ti­cated woman can wear gum­boots with a long gown and a tuxedo with sneak­ers. It’s al­ways about mak­ing a look your own. Clothes should never dom­i­nate a woman or make her feel self-con­scious about her gar­ments or ac­ces­sories. Un­der­stand­ing con­tem­po­rary style and get­ting to know what suits you takes prac­tice. For ex­am­ple: of the two dresses on this page one may suit you, the other not, de­pend­ing on your body and what you wear with them. The tea dress above can be wide or nar­row belted. It can also adopt a ca­sual mode by be­ing worn as an open neck shirt dress with boots and a crew or v- neck sweater. The black slim­line bonded Mi­cro­jer­sey dress on the right, skims and pulls the body in like a corset. It has the abil­ity to be­come a day dress with a scarf or un­der­pin­ning of a white sleeve­less half shirt, and then con­verted for cock­tails with a state­ment cuff or earrings. Know­ing your body al­lows you to style with ease, ex­er­cise it, and be­come con­fi­dent with what suits (prac­tice, prac­tice, prac­tice) then make a look your own.

Pur­veyor of all things with fem­i­nin­ity and in­tel­li­gence, Kylie ticks all the boxes as a nat­u­rally beau­ti­ful woman with en­dear­ing per­son­al­ity.

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