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Scarves

One item, so many meanings. Winter warmer, soft, comforting, where you can hide in well, keep warm.It’s a summer detail, light and flirty.That of Politics Do’s and Don’ts. (Image taken frm PerezHilton site)It’s a Hijab, of religion symbolism.It’s a symbol of getting better, a garment used to help heal.​​

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Valentine's Day, a day to love yourself!

This weekend, when you are planning for a date night out with your beau, or a cozy night in with the sofa and hot cocoa in front of the TV, I want to ask you to do one thing - I want you to wear the best, most glamorous, most comfy, most ‘you’ dress or outfit, and enjoy your moment. Enjoy 'you’! Valentine’s Day is here not to remind us of being in couples. It reminds us of the best emotion and energy there is to elevate our soul - that’s love. And how can you truly love someone else before you love yourself? So I urge you, to go out today, and find that one item to make your...

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Let's talk about Jeans.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Or better , let’s talk about what the statement Jeans make about the person wearing it. A couple of weeks back, Chirlane McCray (De Blasio) caused a commotion when she attended a funeral with a pair of jeans. Why was it such a big Faut-Pas?http://nyti.ms/1yMkCPW Two policemen are dead, families are shuttered, and the first lady is being criticized for the suit she was wearing. Do you guys understand how big our role is!? If you were her stylist, perhaps you would have suggested something more suitable, to deliver the message of grief and respect. Perhaps you would have told her, “maybe not this outfit for this event”. And “How about a long Blue dress,...

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The Plus about Being Plus

Last week, NYT published an article about plus size, claiming the variety of plus size is limited. As if designers do not offer anything to the 14+ population. These type of articles really annoy me. There are plenty of plus size offerings out there. Here’s the root of things - nobody wants to shop in a “plus size department”. Women don’t want to be labeled as “plus” and shop in a separate department. That is why Saks Fifth Ave, Bloomingdale’s and Lord & Taylor, Just to name a few, closed down their plus size departments These department stores just did not do it right. All sizes from XS to XXL should hang on the same rack and on the same...

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