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Shopping Tips

It’s a Black Friday Extravaganza!

It is that time of the year, sale madness! If you love the thrill of the hunt, we have brick and mortar sales for you. We even have the outlets covered. If like me, you’d rather stay out of the fray, scroll down for the online sales. Either way, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are a great time to score some serious deals if you have your holiday shopping list ready. Happy Thanksgiving, Hannukah, and shopping!  Brick and Mortar Stores While many of the in-store deals are also available on store websites this year, there are a few “door buster” …

Fashion Accessories

Accessories to Get Excited About

It all started at the Washingtonian Magazine Style Setters event. First, I noticed that a lot of girls had on super fabulous statement necklaces, the most fabulous of which was the one on Megan Pollard. I was a bit intimidated to approach her about her fab necklace, but I needn’t have been. Not only was she super sweet and flattered that I loved her necklace so much, but I discovered that she is a mother of two and a partner in Events In The City, a special events planning and design firm in the Washington, DC metropolitan area (see picture below). …

Shopping Tips

How to Wear Floral Pants

I know what some of you are thinking. Floral pants? Really? Really. One of the most daring (and fun!) trends to try this season is the floral pant or jean. Whether a large, bright pattern or subtle and small print, you’ll stand out from the crowd wherever you go. Printed pants can be intimidating because they draw attention to the bottom half. However, with the right overall silhouette, these pants can be totally flattering and most importantly, fun to wear. These little tips will help you style floral jeans or trousers for an outfit that will have you looking and …

Style Inspiration

Sustainable Fashion? So Stylish

It’s no secret that I believe fashion is more fun when it’s ethically produced. Therefore, where I heard about the collaboration between ASOS.com, the UK’s largest independent online fashion and beauty retailer and Soko, a fashion workshop in Africa, I was ecstatic! Joanna Maiden, the mastermind behind Soko, created the store in 2009 in order to further support the sustainable fashion movement. She aims to produce beautiful high-quality garments made from fabrics sourced straight from Kenya, while also supporting the community through employment and local projects. The collection, ASOS Africa, first appeared on the e-retailer in 2010 featuring vibrant prints …