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.
For the past three days, snow and ice have hit Washington, D.C. well ahead of winter’s scheduled December 21 arrival.
As I looked out the window at the snow falling today, I was reminded of a time when, as an island girl new to this city, I got cold-weather fashion and beauty all wrong. Think unflattering layering, cracked lips, and ashy skin. Sigh.
But after practice and trial by error, it’s been much easier balancing looking cute with beating the cold. If you’re new to wintry weather and want quick tips, here are my recommendations on how to dress for winter, plus a couple beauty and skincare must-haves.
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.
A glam take on alphabet soup. This is about the best I can do to describe the D&G Woman Fall/Winter 2012 collection.
There’s nothing like an amazing pair of gloves to top off a winter look!
Right now, I’m into eye-catching embellishments like bows, studs and ruffles.
Here are a few of my favs for the season with all their to-die-for details!
Founder of Jimmy Choo, Tamara Mellon, is a huge UGG fan.
And what does that leave us with? An entire limited-edition, co-branded UGG & Jimmy Choo collection.
The City’s Olivia Palermo covers her first ever magazine this month.
The actress we love to hate appears in the Autumn/Winter issue of ASOS Magazine.
To check out the cover–which, admittedly, I like–click here.