It's official: the Holiday season is upon us, and as we scramble to put together our festive looks, I'm going to give you some do's and don'ts and perhaps, fresh new approach to holiday dressing.
It seems my family was unimpressed with my acid wash jeans and rainbow-colored kicks.
With all of the beautiful materials and patterns that we're seeing right now (lace, velvet, brocade and floral print), there's no need to try and incorporate them all together in a single outfit.
Red is everywhere. It is nearly impossible to avoid, especially during the holidays. I dare say that even the little black dress is red this time of year. So call me crazy when I say that I'm just not in the zone -- the red zone that is.
One carry-on suitcase. That's all I take, regardless of destination or length of trip. You can do it, really you can. Don't be tempted to take a larger suitcase... you'll have to stand in line to check it, and then you'll risk it being lost in transit.
During the holidays, it's all about parties and get-togethers with friends and family. With all of these events on the horizon, it can be a daunting task to get the right looks.
Like it or not, It's that time of year again -- the office holiday party! As a relationship expert I've seen and heard of many careers crash and burn related to inappropriate behavior at this event. Here are five "do's and don'ts" to avoid career suicide during the office holiday party.
Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season, and with that comes the dilemma -- what shoes can I wear for more than 15 minutes that are stunning, stylish and comfortable? What a daunting task.
In keeping with my general philosophy that it never hurts to be more dapper and put-together than the situation requires, I offer some options for making a good impression while still accounting for fat aunts smearing lipstick on your face and little cousins throwing M&Ms (or worse).
With the holidays being a stressful and busy time of the year, dressing can turn into a whole other complex that can eat away at your confidence and add stress to an already challenging time.
No matter where you're heading to celebrate, make it count -- from the "off-duty chic" look appropo for a trim-the-tree party or the "blue chip glamour" that's a must for New Year's Eve as great style doesn't take a holiday.
For the second holiday season in a row, Americans are short on jobs and treasure. Yet many of this month's magazine gift guides and advertisements ar...
Just like Carrie Bradshaw, there is a way to mix festivity and fashion, which does not include wearing an oversized sweater with Santa on the front. Let's face it, during the holiday season it's okay to wear a frilly pink tutu.