With the passing of both the Victorian Age and World War I, “The Roaring 20′s” gave birth to a time when women had found a new independence and the country new wealth and prosperity. Our thoughts then are quickly lead to the fashion of the 1920′s. It not only defined an era, but of the beginning of all that was yet to follow. read more..
By Monica Bedi – This past spring, we saw an ever-present resurgence of color blocking on the runways, and were delighted to note that the color block trend can work exquisitely on everything from beautiful chiffon dresses to a terra cotta pot! read more..
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, there are so many of you out there looking for gifts, lingerie and oh yeah, the perfect little red dress for your special upcoming date night. However, while red can be sexy and definitely make a statement, this may be a great opportunity to find that little black dress. The Little Black Dress (aka the LBD) is classic, timeless and oozes formality for a romantic date. read more..
There’s a strong link between how we dress and how we decorate our homes. Many styles and trends permeate the fashion world as well as the furniture world. Colors, patterns, and textures that we see on the runway can also be found at your favorite home décor store. Here are some trends for summer to add to your home and integrate into your wardrobe. read more..
In fashion, black and white are timeless colors. Since patterns are in this year in a big way, we should not overlook the timeless look of the black and white stripe shirt. I say timeless because those stripes seem to find their way into every decade; maybe because it’s the best of both worlds or maybe because it goes so well with our favorite accent color. From red to blue, black and white can make any color pop. read more..
After New York fashion week, the beautiful gowns from the Academy Awards and now with LA Fashion week only days away, it is all about Fashion. As we make the transition from the cold weather we are starting to think about what we are going to wear on Spring break or our upcoming summer vacation.
For as long as I can remember, Navy Blue has been a staple in my wardrobe. I never really understood when, where and how to buy Navy. All I knew is that I shopped for it whenever I could. Sometimes it was readily available and sometimes I couldn’t find it anywhere. This year when I decided to go to Fashion week in New York, I decided to read up on Fashion. I thought it may be smart to find out if there was information I didn’t know that would be useful in fashion conversation. To my surprise read more..