After the snowstorms and blizzards and heavy rains on the side of the world, girls who love sunshine are champing at the bit for warm weather.
But already, my attention has been diverted to Fall, when Summer wardrobes will give way to deeper palettes, heavier fabrics and new trends.
As Labor Day approaches, everyone has their eyes set on Fall.
September will bring cooler weather (hopefully), beautifully colorful trees–and exciting fashion trends.
Here are seven must-have looks I’ve got my eye on as Summer makes its exit.
On Monday, I ventured out into the streets of Washington, DC. I was in full frugalista mode.
Armed with my H&M coupon, I was ready to get my Fall fashion fix. The mission? Not to splurge but to shop smart.
There, from hundreds of racks and two floors of apparel, I came up with Five under 50: fabulous buys for the season that didn’t break the bank.
Here’s what I discovered.
Slim-fit pants ($14.95)
Denim shirt ($29.95)
Ballet flats ($12.95)
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TIP: Although there is no online shopping feature for the U.S. yet, the H&M website is a great way to browse ahead of visiting the store. Happy shopping!
For some time, Sooo Fabulous! readers have pleaded for blog posts on men’s fashion.
This is the first fully dedicated to menswear, featuring an iconic brand presenting a RTW collection for men who live everyday lives.
This is also dedicated in memory of Barrio Dimitri, creator of La Mode Dimitri, who tragically left this earth on July 14, 2012. Loved and treasured by so many. Never forgotten.
There’s just something about the Louis Vuitton Men’s RTW Fall 2012 collection.
“Romantic” just about sums up Vera Wang’s Fall 2011 collection.
Sensual, sweeping looks graced Tuesday’s runway presentation at New York Fashion Week, which the designer says was inspired by iconic American women who fascinated the English aristocracy during the 1930’s.
And it’s not hard to see why.
Diane von Furstenberg is inimitable and a design superstar.
Now that I’ve put that out there, I won’t need to say much about her Fall/Winter 2011-2012 ready-to-wear collection.
All the style fantasies I had as a kid growing up in the 90’s are about to come true. That is, if the Vena Cava Fall 2011 collection is anything to go by.
The fashion brand completely shut down Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York–and it was only Day One.