Whenever August ends, I get this weird feeling that a new year is beginning. I blame my childhood! I used to get so nervous and excited for school to start. I would buy new pens and lay out my first day of school outfit (which was a uniform for the first 14 years of my life). Everything had to be in order. Typically I have the same rush of excitement for the month of September. The seasons change and so does the fashion. It’s time to pull out your plum colored sweaters and leather boots! Fall is coming. Today we are discussing six trends for fall: Continue reading
As spring approaches, it’s seriously time to start thinking about the ways we can get our body prepared for (wait for it…) bathing suit season. Yep, I said it. Winter will be behind us sooner than we think, and as we start preparing our body for those little sundresses and bikinis—it’s also time to think about the apparel we wear as we strut our stuff at the gym. Workout clothing has gotten significantly more fashionable in the last decade (remember those “swishy” track suits), and is continuing to become more stylish with each season. Whether you’re into bright neon spandex, or more subtle black and white patterns, this spring season brings comfort and style together, to have you feeling both sexy and confident at the gym. Continue reading
The Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 showcased the amazing lines of designers ranging from Michael Kors to Monique Lhuillier. Presented was a true feast for the eyes and spectators reveled in the latest trends to grace the runway. Diversity was at its finest in the annual display and despite being caught in the grasp of the Polar Vortex, fashionistas everywhere are already looking forward to the fall season. While the versions seen on the runway are enough to break most people’s banks, there are plenty of affordable and equally as drool worth pieces to be found. Here are five of the top trends seen this week at a wallet friendly price! Continue reading
Dear “high-waisted trend” lovers,
As a fellow wearer of this fad, I understand the need to buy clothing that starts at the upper waist; I understand the need, the appeal and I understand you.
There are a variety of reasons as to why this trend has, indeed, become a trend. Perhaps it’s because the fashion styles of the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s are considered “cool” and “retro”. Maybe it’s because you find clothing to be much more comfortable that way. It even may just be because that flared out high-waisted skirt hides your belly or those tall pants prevent you from getting that oh-so-flattering “muffin-top.” Regardless of your reasons for those lengthy bottoms, it’s still very possible to out-waist yourself. There comes a time when high-waisted is just too high-waisted and a time where sometimes your daily wardrobe just needs a bit of a change. Continue reading