It may be spring, but designers are preparing for fall, and based on the fall 2017 shows, it looks like fall fashion is going to the office. Chic business separates – suits, slacks, button-down shirts, blazers and trench coats – dominated the... (Read More)
Spring has finally sprung: Yippee!
In addition to warmer temperatures and longer days, the season also signals an opportunity to mix up your wardrobe.
Pack up your winter clothing and head to your favorite store. Items like colorful t-shirts... (Read More)
There’s always a sense of let down when awards season is over. No more red carpets. No more designer dresses. No more fashion surprises – both good and bad. Before the last award show is too far behind us, we thought we’d take a look at what... (Read More)
Green might be the color of choice when it comes to celebrating spring, but that doesn't mean you can't stray from the norm, right?
In other words, sure, go ahead and dress in green, don a tulip on your jacket lapel, and paint some eggs pastel... (Read More)
Spring is right around the corner and it promises to be an explosion of fabulous fashion trends. We’ve selected three spring 2017 looks we think you can’t live without.
Must-have piece: The most ubiquitous and understated item on the spring... (Read More)
You’ve heard by now. Pantone, the color experts, has named Greenery the 2017 Color of the Year. You should already be seeing this cheerful, yellow-green on everything from paint to appliances to makeup to clothes. Unfortunately, while it might be... (Read More)
The forecast might say snow and freezing temperatures, but that doesn't mean you can't feel sunny inside.
Whether you're planning an upcoming outing with that special someone or just spending time alone, looking good is always... (Read More)
Does Old Man Winter have you feeling down?
Tired of heavy winter clothing, shoveling the driveway and missing the sunshine? If you answered "yes" to even one of these questions, chances are good you could use a little lift.
If you can't... (Read More)
Did you know Americans are purchasing five times the amount of clothing we did in 1980, and the average American household produces 70 pounds of textile waste every year? That’s a lot of waste. If you’re looking for ways to support responsible... (Read More)