Bright colors in neon or almost neon are seriously trending hard around the globe for spring 2019. Yellow is the star performer for waking up your wardrobe for this brand new season.
Yay! Spring is here! Crap what do I wear? It’s cold enough to snow during the morning commute, then, by lunchtime warm enough to get a tan. Confusing.
Are you wondering what to wear now for spring? Well, what’s black and white and silver all over? Your transition wardrobe from winter to spring is what!
At this point in my life, I have a lot of good clothes that I’ve lovingly and, sometimes, impulsively collected over the years. I also neglect to wear a lot of the good stuff I have in my wardrobe. That’s why shopping your closet is so important. It makes you see what you and it’s […]
Gingerbread houses, plaids you have to have, colored lights & spirits bright, mistletoe moments, one magical snowfall, meeting up with a furry friend, cocoa around the fire, the last slice of pie, long “catching up” chats, winter whites with sparkle, unexpected gifts & grand gestures and most importantly a really easy uniform to run around […]
Here’s why I think ironically ugly sneakers are pretty smart. Ugly sneakers, or “Dad” sneakers, are an easy trick to add height to your outfit of the day without the pain of high heels. That’s it.
If you’re thinking about visiting the Miami Design District to eat shop and be merry this winter, let my good friend Karen Quinones, owner of En Avance Boutique, be your guide. En Avance, which, besides being the first independent fashion retailer in the design district, is also the longest standing Latina-owned indie luxury boutique in […]
By the time you read this it may be too late to get in on designer Jeremy Scott collaboration with Moschino and H&M.
When it comes to shoes, the battle between style and comfort is as old, and not to mention as difficult, as the struggle between wearing a fig leaf or going gloriously bare-naked as in The Garden of Eden.
Danielle Cathari is the designer everyone wants to wear, the designer everyone can afford, but is somehow always sold out.