Over the last few seasons, we’ve seen the Athleisure trend grow. After Lululemon amped up the style game in workout gear, it suddenly became acceptable—even fashionable—to wear your workout leggings to brunch and into the evening. Now, bloggers, supermodels, and street style stars have gotten in on the trend, accessorizing their chic designer looks with Stan Smiths, and brands like Balenciaga, Yeezy, and gasp—Chanel—have made sneakers a staple in their collections. This spring, switch out your stilettos for a much more comfortable alternative—fashion sneakers. They’ll add a low-maintenance, effortless cool
The Spring 2017 runway took a cue from beach umbrellas, lounge chairs, and summers in Nantucket with bold, graphic stripes of all kinds: vertical, horizontal, diagonal, black, white and rainbow-inspired. In my humble opinion, the bolder, the better. However, for some of us, these colorful and thick stripes can be daunting to wear. We’ve heard rumors about horizontal stripes for years, and fear that they’ll be unflattering. But, that is not the case! If you have ever felt intimidated by this bold style, read my guide to find the stripes that
This season Spring is all about fearless color and playful patterns… From literal florals straight out of Paradise to psychedelic stripes and electric flats… take chances with your picks this Spring and only add pieces that make you happy!
Come join me (and my sidekick) for our New Year, New You event @shoprouze this Friday, February 13th until 6pm… you’ve done enough for everyone else this Holiday… it’s time to splurge on yourself!
If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out my video series this week on Spring Trends then come see me this Saturday at 11:30am for a live show at Saks 5th Avenue. I’ll talk about what’s next for Spring 2016 and how to incorporate the incredibly playful trends into your life and existing wardrobe… There will be champaign and food and it’s a wonderful excuse to take a breather from your crazy busy lives, while also learning how to look fabulous.sports74.ru Can’t wait to see you there!…
When I graduated college with a degree in Graphic Design from the University of Washington, I couldn’t find a job. I freelanced designing corporate identities for local businesses for a couple years, but was young and unfulfilled. At the will of my very convincing mother who knew I needed insurance, I secured a second job at Nordstrom in Downtown Seattle as a Salesperson in the Women’s Petite Department.ir-leasing.ru Admittedly, I didn’t think it was a real job; I had recently graduated college and saw myself working in a Design Studio