Are you as done with winter as I am? I've never seen our friends and neighbors in more need of a spring break in the sun! While it may be cold and sno...
My friend's young daughter now runs around her basement playing dress up in a once-treasured scarf of her mother's. The mother remembers buying the scarf at Ann Taylor to accent her new suit right before an important job interview. Over time, the scarf got demoted.
The official kick-off of a super-chilly Fashion Week has begun. I normally brave the cold with my Seventeen Fashion team every February as we teeter in our heels up, down, and all around town to the shows, but so far this week has been different.
Stilettos, red carpet award shows, black tie events and women wondering, "How long do I have to keep these damn heels on!" That is every woman's battl...
So as 2013 made its exit, and 2014 came in what a great feeling it was. As I was bringing in the New Year in church with family and friends, it was a ...
Blake Mycoskie is casual, a bit scruffy, but can hit a camera mark and deliver his company's message in 30 seconds on the nose, like a suited up CEO. He's got a laidback surfer vibe, but speaks with the precision of a fine-tuned press release.
I thought I was traveling to China to explore the mysteries of China's storied past: the big dynasties with their poetic one-syllable names. But what really caught my attention was China's storied present: the skyscrapers of Shanghai, the traffic jams and the fashionistas. Especially the fashionistas.
Since when has it become too much to ask an adult to properly tie a shoe or fasten a boot with real hardware -- buckles, hooks, eyelets and laces?
No matter what type of foot problem you may have, when you place arch supports in your sandals, high heels or running shoes your foot will automatically become more supported, comfortable and improve the wear pattern of your shoes.
Equal parts comfort and cool, they will secure a place in your repertoire and cause a bit of an addiction if you let them. But fear not, this classic look isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
I've loved shoes since I got my first pair of white patent leather Go-Go boots in 1965.
Even with several years of New York City living under our belts and mastering creative storage solutions, I just can't seem to find enough space for all my precious pea coats.
It is possible to be practical and still look put together. In fact, it's really quite easy, especially in the fall. Much of it is just a matter of avoiding these common pitfalls people tend to fall into during colder months.
Despite the uneven cobblestoned streets of the Eternal City, tennis shoes are a no-no: Italian women love their stylish footwear, and you'll want to fit in. Unfortunately, finding chic yet comfortable options is easier said than done...
For the bride who spends her work days in clogs or flats or the tomboy bride who hasn't worn high heels since Junior Prom, choosing footwear for your wedding day can feel a bit overwhelming.
This photo is not usually taken by the subject, but rather by a friend (or even stranger) but preferably by a friend who can continue to take photos until you run out of storage or until the perfect editable image surfaces.