The easiest way to give a plain outfit a little oomph is by adding a statement piece. Some examples are a pair of killer shoes, a patterned scarf, or a large necklace. Our preference is adding a statement necklace like … Continue reading
Get a little wild this Valentine’s Day with this leopard print corset. Be inspired by the print and show off your bold take charge mindset. We love this playful corset because of its flattering black side panels. They give a … Continue reading
Christmas movies help to get us in the holiday spirit, and some films have become must sees before the season is over. Miracle on 34th Street is a classic example. Whether you like the original or prefer the remake, the … Continue reading
Elaine on Seinfeld was an iconic character with so many memorable moments. Not to mention her, let’s call it, unique dance style and her “get out” shove. Her wardrobe on the show typically consisted of long blazers, collared shirts, dark … Continue reading
Want a clutch that makes you feel like royalty? Then this purse is for you. This clutch purse has a beautiful crystal and rhinestone pattern that looks like the bag is wearing an elegant collar necklace. The ring closure also … Continue reading
You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both, and there you have the facts of…eighties fashion. The Facts of Life had some great moments and characters and we wonder, what would Jo, Tootie, Blair, and Natalie … Continue reading
Clarissa Darling on Clarissa Explains It All had some great early nineties fashion. She loved layers, loud prints, loud colors, and black boots. What would she wear today if we bumped into her?
She might be wearing a polka dot chiffon scarf in neon yellow to get the layers she loves, a bright color, and a pattern too. We’re sure she’d also still be mixing patterns, but to bring it up to date, they’d be in the same color family. She might bring out the color of the polka dot and pair it with a striped shirt in the same color family.
Another style she enjoyed was bright colored socks with black shoes. Today she could incorporate bright tights into her look and rock some black ankle booties. She might even have updated her loose black leather jacket to a cropped bomber jacket.
Clarissa loved her statement pieces so jewelry and clutches would be a great way for her to still express herself. A statement necklace like this vintage multi layer collar necklace would be a unique piece. For purses she’d let her imagination run wild. Anything from knuckle duster clutches to give her a tough feel, a glass bugle bead hard box clutch for a unique pattern, to a bright chevron straw and matching leather envelope clutch for her love of color.
Regardless of what she’d be wearing, you know she’d be doing something she was passionate about.
The female characters of Mad Men have great style which evolves on the show like it would have evolved in the 1960s. Get inspired and add a little 1960s vibe to your look. The early fashion featured peter pan collar … Continue reading
It’s been ten years since new episodes of Friends aired on TV. Sure you can see reruns of it all the time so it feels like it never left, but the fashion really dates some episodes. Light loose fitting jeans, … Continue reading
Some of us think that the only way to have a full wardrobe is if it’s brimming with clothing. Here are some ways to maximize your look by simply manipulating what necklaces you wear with which outfits. We all want … Continue reading