If you could experience color, like you experience taste – chartreuse would be like eating a key lime pie. Sweet and energetic, with an intense citrus infusion that leaves you hungry for more. The color gets its name from a French liqueur called Green Chartreuse, introduced in 1764.
Midsummer, nothing beats a day on the water - or near it for that matter! And when I think of that warm sand and salty sea air - visions of primary colors, bold sailor stripes, rigging and anchor chains float through my mind.
It's just about time for some Fourth of July fun - hot dogs, fireworks and perhaps a margarita or two! And while you might be tempted to throw on that American flag graphic tee that's been hiding in the back of your closet - waiting to make it's early appearance, we'd like to suggest a more sophisticated alternative.
Wedding season is upon us! As a guest, that means it's time to RSVP and clear your schedule! Weddings today are often multi-day affairs, blocked out of an entire weekend or perhaps even an entire week if it is a destination wedding or if there will be travel involved. If the couple has already registered, it should be pretty easy to pick out the perfect gift - but picking out what to wear to the big event might take a little more thought.
Pack a capsule wardrobe full of comfort and style! Our choice for a spring / summer vaycay? Natural fibers done in a combination of re-engerizing earth tones.
St. John creates high quality knitwear that should last for years if properly cared for. Per their website the company recommends the following when it comes to caring for your special pieces:
Have you ever noticed how certain colors tend to light up your face, while others seem to make you look dull and tired? Wouldn't it be nice to know which colors look best on you, and which ones to avoid? Our thorough three step Color Analysis can help you figure out just that! By limiting your wardrobe color choices to colors that best compliment you, you will find it easier to coordinate clothing and accessories, and in turn save both time and money.
When it comes to shopping for pants online, it can be hard to find the perfect fit - and most store don't make it any easier! I truly think most stores offer up vague pant size guidelines and estimated item measurements just to confuse us! It's silly when they suggest that an item "runs big" or "runs small". "Big" / "Small" compared to what? The reference is subjective and just plain confusing when you consider that fact that sizes vary widely between style and designer; and in addition, everyone has a different body shape and fit preference. So what's a girl to do when she's on the hunt for that perfect fitting pair of pants? The answer lies in the following equation: