Today, NYC received its first taste of fall weather, so we have cozy sweaters on the brain. While most retailers haven’t brought out the heavy cold-weather knits, a few have cardigans and pullovers that will take you through October, either alone or with a little layering. Keep clicking for 10 moderately priced, cozy fall sweaters. Keep reading »
I didn’t understand the point of jeggings until recently. I had assumed they were just super-thin jeans that suffocated the legs. I was not a fan of the trend, but I think I may have been jaded by the early iterations that trend-driven stores sold next to their hosiery. The legwear was so cheap it didn’t even deserve a hanger and was packaged like a pair of tights. I like leggings, but couldn’t bring myself to wear imitation jeans. Good thing I found out I was so wrong about jeggings. And I have Jessica Simpson to thank for this revelation. Keep reading »
I’ve written about the gap-toothed trend here two times before (here and here) because I have a gap between my front teeth. Finally, I am organically on trend! The other day, I was actually wondering if, because of all the famous people rocking a gap between their teeth — from models to actresses — some people would actually get a gap put between their teeth. Sure enough, the Wall Street Journal reports folks are doing just that. Keep reading »
The Gilded Lily is the tasty cocktail of New York Fashion Week. Created by The London Bar by Gordon Ramsay at The London NYC hotel, The Gilded Lily is a chic and sophisticated combination of prosecco, fresh strawberries, St. Germain, and grains of paradise to cut the sweetness and add a little spice. If you’re in NYC, then stop by The London Bar, near Lincoln Center, for The Gilded Lily, which is priced at $17. But if you’re not in NYC, don’t fret. We have the recipe! Keep reading »
Ever noticed how the minute you get your hands on some money, you find a ton of things you’d like to spend it on? Well, that’s the inspiration behind “Blowin’ Money Fast,” a dark metallic green nail lacquer, from the fall Ginger + Liz Colour Collection. This is the perfect emerald shade to transition from summer’s bold nail colors to fall’s dark neutrals. Plus, this organic and eco-friendly nail polish is a great guilt-free way to blow through some cash.
JNY Style Guy Lloyd Boston recommends every woman own a classic white shirt in his latest book, The Style Checklist, which details the 100 items every woman needs in her wardrobe. And I couldn’t agree more. A classic white shirt looks refined with a suit, but also makes a chic partner to a pair of jeans or cropped leggings. I happen to think Jones New York’s No-Iron Easy Care Classic White Fitted Shirt is the best available. It stays crisp throughout the day without needing ironing or starching. And what’s even better is that the 100 percent cotton Easy Care shirt doesn’t require any special maintenance — no dry cleaning! Just toss it in the washer. I prefer to let mine hang to dry. After trying several lesser priced white shirts that became dingy after a few wears and required a hot and heavy iron, I’m happy to pay a moderate price for a quality item that holds up through a ton of wear. [$59, Jones New York] Keep reading »