If you are new to , she has been chronicling her journey to the altar for Bridal Guide magazine's "Real Brides Speak Out" blog, and you can expect a full recap of the wedding ceremony and reception when she returns from their honeymoon (in Hawaii!). Until then, enjoy this teaser picture of...

Brooches are among our favorite accessories, so we're very excited that they are back "in" this fall. We have a trove of fabulous ones from the 1940s through the 1960s from our grandmothers, ranging from oversize gold-tone flowers to miniature snowmen (the latter much fun to wear at Christmas,...

Houndstooth! As I first wrote in 2009, the two-tone fabric originated in the Scottish Lowlands, but became a fashion fabric sometime in the late nineteenth century, when it was adopted for men's suits. Around the mid-twentieth century, the fabric was borrowed from the boys to make stylish...

This season, you can snag MVP style without breaking a sweat! Sportswear-as-fashion wear has been popular for decades -- see this past post for more info -- but with t ennis and college football season overlapping New York Fashion Week last year, sporty-looks were particularly apropos for...

When this happens, I opt for my favorite wool cape and keep on strutting. (At least I'd like to think I do, anyway.) Wrap yourself warm in one of these fabulous capes for under $250.00 and be prepared to do the same. Yoox Women's Cape, $98.00 Jackie

Although novel for this season's styles, butterfly prints are not new to fashion. Perhaps the most famous examples of butterfly-printed clothing are Elsa Schiaparelli's butterfly-covered evening dresses from the late 1930s, which may have been inspired by the three-color carbon transfer...

From the opening of my first 'big' fashion exhibition to attending the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit, serving as Fashion Director of BELLA NYC magazine to contributing to as the website's Philly Editor, 2014 was a big year for me, and forSTYLE, SHE WROTE., too. After seven years of blogging, I am...

I've always been a fan of her chic style, and couldn't think of a better way to honor her than with a post celebrating her most iconic fashions -- her LBDs. Some of my favorite BAT-inspired designs come from Trashy Diva, a clothing store in New Orleans known for selling vintage and...

Confession: My favorite color is leopard. Okay, it's not really a color, but if it were it would be my favorite. I've had a passion for this pattern since I was a teenager, when I begged my mother for a pair of leopard-print pants for my fifteenth birthday. I thought them sophisticated and...

lobbyist, hating busting out of her blouses at work as well, so much so that she went on a crusade to find a full-coverage shirt. When she couldn't, she created The Shirt, a classic white blouse guaranteed to cover your curves. The Shirt has gotten rave reviews from Oprah Winfrey and The New...

 

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