Arguments are in and now you have to decide: is it worth it to wear capris?
What to Wear in Memphis
Going to an event but have no idea what to wear? Don’t worry! StyleBlueprint has you covered. Each month, look for articles showcasing how to wear current trends. We also pair our favorite local Memphis stores with upcoming events to help you find what to wear to every event on your calendar. Black-tie to business casual, we’ll give you advice so that you turn heads no matter what event you’re going to.
Coverups are akin to your winter coat: they are the one item that many will see you in all summer long. They are also what you are wearing when you both arrive at and leave the pool – so make sure it is flattering in shape, color and length.
After a trip to Orlando last month, it became clear to me that a dress code post was desperately needed on what to wear – or not wear- at amusement parks.
Elizabeth, Liza, Amy and Heidi have all picked the shoes they actually want, and possibly plan to purchase, this season. Of course, in the end, we all wanted to scrap the list and pick a completely new list as one thing’s for sure, this season offers an abundance of great shoes.
We simply cannot get enough of white. Why? White is the best tone to offset every other color, whether primary or neutral.
For the southern gal who wants to look up-to-date but can’t buy a whole new wardrobe, here are StyleBlueprint’s must-haves for this season.
Note: While this post, dedicated to the dicey topic of weekend wear, is geared mostly toward moms, for those of you reading who don’t have kids (or who are Empty Nesters), think of today’s fashion advice as it relates to attire for Home Depot excursions. It’s about the same thing.
Yep, I did it. I ordered the Pajama Jean. So, if you’ve wondered who the heck would do this and what they are really like (the jeans, not the people who order them!), this is your post.
While you will still see neutrals abound in 2011, color is fighting its way back. Say hello to shades of coral! Today’s post shows how to incorporate this color into fashion, beauty and home decor.
One of the most head turning boots of this season are Reed Krakoff and cost $5,500. AND, when a bag from his debut Fall 2010 line was made available at Net-A-Porter, for $6,900, it sold out in the first day. So, while I’m not shelling over funds like these, my curiosity was certainly piqued about…