Today’s Coveted Working Look: Old Navy Jacquard 3/4-Sleeved Dresses

by Anne Dreshfield | November 18th, 2014

Don’t you just love when you stumble on a pleasant surprise in a story? I headed to Old Navy today to return a few items I’d bought online and didn’t fit, and decided to take a spin around the store. I love a variety of Old Navy’s pieces, particularly their activewear, accessories, and smaller items… Read more…

Beauty 101: John Frieda Luxurious Volume Thickening Mousse

by Anne Dreshfield | October 10th, 2014

Raise your hand if you have fine hair! Okay, now raise your hand if you have fine hair and crave volume, particularly if it’s from a product that doesn’t make your hair sticky, fall flat, or just plain feel dirty. Don’t worry, my hand’s right there up there with you. I have a lot of… Read more…

Designer Profile: Of Mercer

by Jessica Braun Gervais | September 17th, 2014

When it comes to the professional workforce, it’s no secret that women are faced with challenges; but putting together a wardrobe that is appropriate, stylish and affordable should not be one of those stresses.  Dorie Smith and Emelyn Northway, co-founders of Of Mercer, couldn’t agree more, which is why they have developed a clothing line… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Jewelry by A Birch For Monday

by Emma P. | June 28th, 2012

By Emma Pretto I’m a big fan of handmade products. The knowledge that someone created something from scratch, usually because of their passion for the craft, makes each item feel special and unique. Etsy is one great venue for supporting small handmade businesses, and that’s exactly where we find Today’s Coveted Working Look! Chloe, the owner… Read more…

Anna Sui for Your Working Wardrobe – From Target

by Rachel Yeomans | September 19th, 2009

I admit I’ve been waiting for this moment since I heard the gossip start to circulate. (Please excuse the pun, but admit it, you chuckled a little bit yourself). Inspired by the hit TV show Gossip Girl, designer Anna Sui has taken her fantastic designs towards that of the Target shopper. So now along with… Read more…

Price Points vs Patterns: Designers Buying in to the Mix and Match

by Rachel Yeomans | September 18th, 2009

We’ve all been reading about everyone being affected by the economy, including those hoping to have made an impression during New York Fashion Week. One of the striking articles on the subject from MarketWatch highlighted not the humbling of the designer, but the epiphany that has been published and discussed, but never fully executed. That… Read more…

New York Fashion Week Unveils Style, Fashion and…Affordability?

by Rachel Yeomans | September 17th, 2009

Christina Binkley of the Wall Street Journal reported on the newfound accessibility of designer fashions. * * * Richard Chai didn’t show his namesake clothing line during New York’s Fashion Week. Instead, the designer used his coveted runway slot to introduce a new, less-expensive line called Love. Richard Chai Spring 2010 RTW Photos: NY Magazine… Read more…

The Business of Benetton

by Rachel Yeomans | September 15th, 2009

Almost all of my suits come from United Colors of Benetton. I am tall with the limbs to go along with it. Finding a blazer with sleeves that don’t hit me above the wrist was one of the happiest fashion moments of my life. And it came from Benetton; I’ve been an avid customer ever… Read more…