As we ring in a new year and begin contemplating our list of optimistic resolutions, we opt for a fresh start and a healthier self. Embrace the old adage, “New Year, New You” by staying fashionably fit in 2013.
Everyone’s favorite cheery, girly brand Kate Spade has joined forces with the classic and versatile brand Keds for kicks that will not only pair with your wardrobe, but make you happier by doing so.
Is bracelet stacking a thing of the past, or is it here to stay? How do you create your own rendition of an arm party?
While the summer is winding down and the fashion industry is prepping for a new season, there is still several weeks left of record-breaking temperatures and weekend holidays to flaunt your favorite swimsuit. Whether you are jetting away to the Greek isles or soaking up some sun labor day weekend, picking the right suit for your shape is as important as remembering your SPF 50.
As much as we love summer we are looking forward to the weather turning cooler. Our go-to transitional wardrobe change begins with our favorite shoes. Considering the amount New Yorkers walk and the high chance you’ll run into someone you know, your footwear should be both stylish and practical.
Finding the perfect pair of sunglasses is no day at the beach, but knowing the best styles for your face shape is essential in choosing the right pair to complement your looks. From chic round frames to vibrant hues and everything in between, there is no shortage of bold styles for your picking.
If you ignore the heat waves paired with your disgustingly high air conditioning bill – summertime in NYC is almost magical. Among picnics in Central Park, farmers market shopping at Union Square and all the benefits of drinking outside – you’ve got yourself a damn fine time. And what better way to celebrate our arguably most fun season than with personal style?
During a midsummer’s fortnight, it’s easy to get caught up in the history and tradition of Wimbledon. Thankfully it’s merely a warm-up for the Stateside’s answer to world-class tennis in no other than New York’s necessary evil (a.k.a. Queens) – the U.S. Open.