My girl Erin found the handiest resource for correctly pronouncing fashion designers’ names.
Fancy yourself a fashionista? Well…pop quiz, hot shot: are Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan’s surnames stressed on the first or last syllable?
Head on over to Style Slacker to find out!
Friday, April 17th (one day only!)
Sale starts at 11:00 am
Prices start at $45
Save Up to 68%
Want to have the best accessory around? Thanks to Ed Hardy, it’s in the bag. French designer Christian Audigier has made many a celebrity happy with his colorful, tattoo-inspired line, Ed Hardy. Now you can sport Ed Hardy’s “street couture” look with satchels, totes, carry-ons, clutches, and hobos that exude the rebellious attitude of rock and roll fashion. Simply put, Ed Hardy bags are the bolder shoulder candy.
Ed Hardy was created in 1994 to honor famed tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy, known as “the godfather of the modern tattoo” for his defiant designs that incorporate skulls, daggers, roses, hearts, and Chinese symbols. The lifestyle brand has been seen on style icons ranging from Madonna to Bill Clinton. With an Ed Hardy bag on your arm, you will come to know the power of the purse.
Ideeli membership is free, but you have to know somebody. So click here…I’m hooking you up!
Here’s just a peek of what Ideeli.com has going on this week:
Rebecca Taylor Shoe Sale
Sale starts Monday 4/13
Prices start at $127 – up to 70% off!
Lambertson Truex Sale
Sale starts Thursday 4/16
Prices start at $98.00 – up to 67% off!
Ideeli membership is free, but you have to know somebody. So click here
…I’m hooking you up!
How sick are these flats? Yesterday, my sister and I met up with Amber (home for the holidays) at the Willow Grove Mall – and we all fell in love with these Whitney Patent Flats at Banana Republic. They’re very Michelle Obama, no?
I’m also jonesing for these blinged-out J. Crew Metallic Mesh Flip-Flops. I’ve eyed them up during my last two trips to the store. Next time, I’m bringing them home with me.
On her blog, Think Thru Fashion, my friends Sydne takes a $2 Kmart skirt, styles it six different ways, and makes it look like a million bucks. How does she do it? Find out how…
Yesterday, I paid a little visit to my friend J. Crew. The purveyor of preppy has a store at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets – and I was absolutely shocked by the inventory. Many of the items in stock are still in J. Crew’s regular stores and on the website…but in the outlet store, the prices were so ridiculously low that I was pinching myself to make sure this wasn’t one of my ‘everything I want is on the clearance rack’ dreams.
Take this Convertible Swing Dress, for example. On jcrew.com, it’s listed as a new arrival and is priced at $78. But I picked it up today at the outlet store for less than half the price! The tag was marked $49.50, but it was my lucky day because all lounge dresses were an extra 30% off. So I scooped up the Swing Dress for just $34.65, which is an unbelievable steal because it’s actually three dresses in one!
I don’t typically buy summer dresses this early in the year; my head’s just not in the game yet. But then I thought about how scorching and sticky the summers can get in Philly – and how I complain, every year, that I wish I had more comfy sundresses. So I snatched this up, wishing they also stocked the dress in more colors. Unfort, they only had black.
Philadelphia Premium Outlets
18 West Lightcap Road
Limerick, PA 19464
I’ll be the first to admit that when I’m at the mall, I usually just walk on by Wet Seal. Nine times out of ten, I’m in a rush to get to Forever 21, so I can fight a fourteen year old for a $4 pair of earrings.
But thanks to a tip for my girl Sydne, I’m starting to think that Wet Seal seals the deal on scarves. I mean, just check out this assortment…and right now, they’re 2 for $15!