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This 90’s Staple is Back for Fall

9.21.2017 WRITTEN BY Sasha Kupisk New Trends, What to Wear

Nostalgia is hot this fall. It’s been decades since we’ve seen slinky slingbacks like these, but they are back for fall! If you ever owned a pair of these in the 90’s or early 00’s, you might have mixed emotions about their resurgence—should I be excited or cringing?  Well, it all comes down to personal preference, but oneRead entire article »




From the Screen to the Street

Ever had one of those days where you’re running low on outfit inspiration? An easy fix—draw inspiration from characters from your favorite classic films. Think Holly Golightly and take their looks from the screen to the street. Below, we’ve assembled some modern takes from your favorite classic movie characters. Breakfast at Tiffany’s images via: Vogue images via:Read entire article »




Fall’s 6 Must-Haves

8.18.2017 WRITTEN BY Sasha Kupisk How to Wear

With fall just around the corner, it’s time to trade in our ice lattes for chai lattes and analyze our new fall must-haves. From elegantly pleated skirts to the classic moto jacket, we have the six items that every woman must have as part of this her wardrobe this fall. 1. Pleated Skirts Images viaRead entire article »




Summer Office Wardrobe Hacks

8.05.2017 WRITTEN BY Sasha Kupisk How to Wear

Between the excitement of lazy summer afternoons and travel plans, we all know how daunting the idea of creating a summer office wardrobe can be. How is one supposed to look chic and beat the heat? Dressing for work in the summer is surprisingly more easy and fun than you think. Below, we show youRead entire article »




What to Wear: Office Holiday Parties

11.16.2016 WRITTEN BY Christopher Everett How to Wear, Inspiration, Style Guide, T+P Blog Central, What to Wear

Tis the season for holiday parties. Most of you already have your social gathering outfits ready to go. However, there are some events that require a little more planning, like office holiday parties. Showing off your sartorial skills is important, but there’s a fine line between professional and festive. Casual If the invitation calls forRead entire article »