It’s that time of year again: holiday shopping season. Finding the perfect gift for that special fashionista in your life can always seem like a challenge.
It may be cold outside but you will sure to stay warm while looking chic and put together in these flattering winter coats. Whatever your body or budget we have the right coat for the snow bunny fashionista in you. Let’s face it there are just a lot of really boring coats out there. Why <... >
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During the brisk days of fall and winter, we find ourselves bundled up in trenches, wool pea coats, and chunky knits.
It’s been a mild autumn to date with the temperatures still lingering in the heavenly low 60s. But that hasn’t stopped stylish New Yorkers from packing away their flowery summer duds in exchange for fall’s hottest trends.
This autumn, chunky oversized knits are taking center stage as the cool weather staple of choice. Usually confined to the Scandinavian North and the streets of Seattle, big knits have been making a comeback these past few seasons on both runways around the world and the streets of New York and Paris. When worn layered, <... >
Leather has made its comeback the past few seasons, and its no surprise that designers are pushing the envelope per se, on how much leather is too much leather.
Do you have a classic case of champagne tastes, beer pockets? Or in my case, as I don’t drink beer, champagne tastes, prosecco pockets. Let’s face it; appearing highly fashionable in this city on a working gal’s salary can be a challenge.
From sexy stilettos to thigh high boots, there’s something about footwear that makes a woman’s heart pump. The perfect pair of shoes can make your legs look longer, help you stand taller and provide a boost of confidence in each step. Whatever the reason, shoe-lovers and addicts don’t have to hide behind their obsession or <... >
In these hard economic times it makes more sense than ever to make the most out of our purchases. Thus taking Summer’s best pieces and transitioning them into a Fall wardrobe can be cost effect and at the same time add some flair to an otherwise sea of monochromatic fall/winter style. Juxtaposing a summer printed <... >