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How I Started Shopping Smarter

A recent shopping spree at Victoria’s Secret not only revived my lingerie drawer, but also turned around my shopping habits. See, shopping is one of my least favorite activities: I can’t stand to maneuver through crowds of people. I feel...

When and Why to Get It Tailored

When you invest in clothing (at any price range), you’re investing in your presentation. How your clothes fit you matters. I learned early on that I absolutely could not live without a tailor — or at least someone nearby with a sewing machine and...

10 Shoe Styles Every Woman Should Own

We rely on our shoes for more than just walking around. They’re the one accessory that can add a finishing touch to any outfit, completing your look with that special bit of personal flair. And they can instantly change the mood of what you’re...

Evolution of the Little Black Dress

Very rarely does a fashion item take on such importance as to be given its own initialed moniker, like YSL, CDG or even SJP (who has certainly earned her spot in the fashion hall of fame). But the LBD is in a class unto itself. For decades, women...

Please Don’t Tell Me How Cute I Look

A few months ago I attended a weeklong seminar for female media professionals. On the first day, each of these dozen women — who I would come to learn were each remarkable in their ambition, smarts and professional success — wandered into the...

10 Unwearable Fashion Trends (and 10 Very Wearable Alternatives)

New York. London. Milan. Paris. Around and around they go, fashion show after show. It’s enough to make one’s head spin. But what really makes us dizzy are some of this season’s crazy runway trends. When designers toss something memorable in...

The Evolution of Pants for Women

It’s hard to imagine that women tested the waters of equal rights and freedom of dress by wearing bloomers, but in 1851, a bold new “bloomer craze” took hold among a small group of women looking to push the boundaries. Visible, yet worn under...

Dress for Success at Work

You wouldn’t submit a report with typos and grammatical errors, so why settle for the sartorial equivalent of sloppy communication? Our appearance represents the brand we’re creating for ourselves, into which we want our superiors and co-workers...

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