Cheap beer, buffalo chicken dip, subs, wings… it feels like eons since we’ve been able to sit around and have an excuse to eat great junk. But it’s finally here. That’s right my friends, it’s football season once again.
CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu teamed up with fashion expert Dawn Delrusso to talk about the must-haves for this season.
These merchants share an eco-friendly sensibility and a fascination with beauty.
The new machine, called Meality, promises to make it easier for people to zero in on the best clothes for their body.
A rash of incidents at a Yale University dorm laundry room may lend itself to juvenile humor, but it’s no laughing matter for affected students.
Lori Bergamotto, style editor for ‘Lucky’ magazine, visited The Couch with a few ideas to make a statement and tastefully show off your personality at the workplace this season.
Customers at a popular Westbury, Long Island dry cleaner were left hanging on Thursday, after the owner was suddenly evicted.
Jay Gatsby’s polished image and impeccable style is a throwback to the Roaring Twenties – and modern day men can imitate the look by paying attention to detail.
Celebrity stylist George Brescia visited The Couch to show us some of the hottest looks in maternity wear.
Style expert Michelle Park, from the new show, “Please Dress Accordingly” on MSG Varsity, visited The Couch to show us how to update our shoe closest for the new season.
Lifetime’s new hit show “Double Divas” has it all: southern charm, natural talent, and two ladies who are helping women with any and all of their intimate apparel needs.
It’s no secret that women love designer handbags…and that they can cost a small fortune. But now there’s a way to make some of that money back! Style expert and author of ‘Never Pay Retail Again,’ Daisy Llewelyn, stopped The Couch to show us how.
From school supplies to new clothes, back to school shopping can be an overwhelming task. Check out these 5 local spots, for your back to school shopping needs.
The New York State sales tax exemption for clothing and shoes under $110 is back. Starting on April 1, 2012 customers will be paying four-percent less.
The winter that wasn’t has given sway to spring’s gentle breezes and a craving for new stuff to wear. Trends ranging from futuristic and edgy to femme fatale will soon take over the streets of New York.