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What to Wear in the South
Each month, we tackle fashion trends and how to wear them in a realistic way. We are not walking runways; we're walking sidewalks. We are living life and we want to know what to wear in the South and how to wear it well as we're busy and so are you. We need solutions and a wardrobe filled with pieces that make our lives easier. Tips and tricks for making the most of our wardrobe are welcome. We get it. Read on!
There is no better time to rock a colorful, flowing skirt than during spring and summer! Here are 12 of our favorite current styles that are ideal for work and play.
When we noticed an absence of cummerbunds this prom and formal season, we wondered why. So we talked to the fashion pros at Nashville’s Oak Hall and The Oxford Shop to find out if there is, in fact, a decline in cummerbund usage and if there are any formalwear trends that are taking its place….
Take a peek into this spring and summer wardrobe trend: LINEN! Our trusted stylist Megan LaRussa shows us how to wear this fantastic fabric day to night.
Bamboo is the material of the season. We’ve rounded up our favorite finds! From bags & jewelry to home decor, here’s how to rock the trend. Image: Le Catch
Today, we’re highlighting one of our favorite Spring 2019 trends. From beauty products to accessories to stylish ensembles, here’s how to wear pastels.
It’s sundress season! From wrap dresses to this year’s most popular patterns and a few options for both work and play, here are our favorite styles.
Do you wait until the last minute? Pack too much? Forget important items like jackets? Style Coach Megan LaRussa gives us four simple steps to pack like a pro!
Are you gearing up for an upcoming beach getaway? From tunics to kimonos, pants and breezy dresses, here are the 10 cover ups we want right now.
Slides, mules & espadrilles, oh my! We’re welcoming spring with these 15 fashion-forward and seasonally appropriate shoes. Did we mention each pair is less than $200?