It use to be that a white button down shirt was associated with stuffy, straight laced office attire and unimaginative drones who thought fashion was a four letter word. Well those days are gone in a big way, and the white button down has been reinvented into a fashion staple must have. There are many ways to style a white button down shirt—really the sky is the limit,
Ladies in lace and so much shopping to do! But alas Renta (of PurseFixation.com) and I were not on a shopping spree but were actually at Top Shop for an event sponsored by Lucky Magazine. Though of course I did not walk out empty handed stay tuned for a post on that! But on this lovely evening in NYC, Eva Chen, editor-in-chief of Lucky magazine hosted a fashion panel along with stylist Sophia Pera, model and fashion blogger Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge and former market editor turned baker Amirah Kassem of Flour Shop.
Spring has arrived in a big way this weekend, in fact it felt more like summer. With temperatures above normal after two months of temperatures being below normal it was a bit of shock, but in a good way. Friday started out cold and rainy and ended warm and sunny with temperatures in the low seventies, it was a perfect evening to step out for dinner and drinks with some fellow bloggers.
Spring is finally here in NY and I am so ready to do a little spring shopping. I feel like after the major spring cleaning that I did a few weeks ago I should reward myself with a little spring shopping. I got a fairly nice tax return and even had a dream I went out shopping and spent $500…well I will not be doing that, but I will be purchasing a spring coat. As I have spoken about before on the blog I struggle with coats—it seems they never quite fit right, t
Yes,once again J Crew has knocked it out of the park. With a sophisticated, dare I say pop art approach with it’s solid swatches of primary colored garments paired with floral prints, dusty pastels, jewel-toned textiles, bold patterns, multi-hued feathers and sumptuious fabrics this collection feels simultaneously regal and fresh. The straight cut, knee-grazing skirts with their side waist bows worn demurely with draping turtlenecks stand lady-like along side the flirty leather fringe numbers, the feathered
Afew weeks ago in this post I wrote about the 70’s inspired trend and in particular flare cut jeans and trousers. I looked at wide cut trousers and how to style them. This trend is still fairly new, though it has been tried before in recent fashion history but did not catch on. In fact, I remember about eight years ago when I was still living in Seattle, seeing flare jeans in the stores