Though New York’s Fashion Week is for a more exclusive (read: “by invitation only”) crowd, there are a few events open for those enamored by the glitz and glam.
Just because you are dead broke doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in the fantasy of an epic shopping spree. Instead of shopping to you drop, consider heading to these New York Neighborhoods to do some serious window shopping.
Every broke girl knows that the best way to update your outfit is to accessorize the pieces you already have. Here are a few jewelry pieces that will update your look without breaking your bank.
Love them or hate them, the ‘Jersey Shore’ cast members have become household names, setting fashion trends (and Halloween costumes) across the country. In NYC, getting a “Jersey Shore” wardrobe is easier than a trip across the GWB.
Up until very recently being plus-sized meant being doomed to a wardrobe of big-eyed puppy sweatshirts and floral print everything, but thankfully, someone got the memo that curvier girls love clothes too.
Color is the new black. At least according to LUCA LUCA, who hit the runway Thursday for the start of New York’s Winter Fashion Week.
Style makes a bold statement in Japan, from the unstructured to Gothic and costume and everything in between. It’s a fun and funky fashion show right in midtown Manhattan.
There’s really no argument, handmade is in. Why wait for stuff to be shipped from whoknowswhere at the whim of the Etsy gods, when you can get handmade fare all over this fair city of hours.
By Kimberly Rae Miller Leila Wolford Borough/Neighborhood: Upper West Side Profession: Fashion Stylist Portfolio/bio/resume: http://www.artistsbytimothypriano.com/fashion-stylists/Leila-Wolford/ Leila Wolford started her styling career by assisting the top stylists of NYC at the age of 19. After three […]
Up until very recently being plus-sized meant being doomed to a wardrobe of big-eyed puppy sweatshirts and floral print everything, thankfully someone got the memo that curvier girls love clothes too.