by Renae Virata | If you can’t go somewhere fabulous anytime soon, why not wear it? Jennifer Sinigal, a super stylish Angeleno, has just launched her line of fabulous jewelry J. Sinigal, and what really struck our fancy was the collection of beaded bracelets which she has named after exotic places around the globe.
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by Maheen Dhanani | Houston style is just as diverse as the city itself. No one, specific trend stands out at any time but, instead, a mixture of different points of view that makes the city unique. You’ll find elements from all different regions and backgrounds that influence personal style. Today, for example, you may find someone walking out of the house in cowboy boots, and tomorrow she dons henna-covered hands. Read the rest of this entry »
by Renae Virata | I have a very fashionable friend from Kentucky who inspired this post with her forward-thinking selection of a very chic kimono that she found in LA last summer. No matter where you go this summer, snatch one up for probably one of the most versatile spring/summer pieces in your wardrobe this year!
by Renae Virata | I don’t know about you, but just about my least favorite part about packing is being unprepared or overpacking. I sometimes reach this dilemma when the weather for my destination calls for chilly, rainy weather. I don’t want to pack too many bulky coats, but I want to make sure I’m literally covered. The answer: Trout Rainwear!
by Renae Virata | Summer is officially here, people! And if you haven’t yet decided on where you are going to go or how you are going to spend it, at least have a summer beauty routine in mind. I visited with Spa Nordstrom in Houston to get tips from their beauty and skin care experts on how to make sure you’re prepared for the heat, humidity and summer elements.
I got to explore several areas for Bangkok shopping. My main takeaway: stay away from the tourist traps! That includes the famed floating market a few hours outside of the city and Khao San Road. Of course, if they are your only options, be prepared to do some MAJOR bargaining. I regretfully bought some Thai coinpurses at the floating market that a girl in a passing gondola said she’d paid less than half of what I had paid!
by Renae Virata
It’s Rodeo time once again, and no matter where you plan to enjoy it, you can look amazing without having to look like you stepped out of an old western. We visited with our new pal Melissa Lucich, store manager of our favorite Houston fashion boutique Langford Market, to get the skinny on how to interpret the Rodeo look six different chic ways. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE >>>
by Renae Virata
I got a question from a Travelista about finding a bag that would go with any outfit bar-hopping but would also be appropriate for a semi-formal event. Check out the bags we recommend! Read the rest of this entry »
by Renae Virata
I can hardly believe it’s mid-January already – only one and a half months until my big trips to Thailand and India! Serendipitously, I came across an article touting the amazing stores and features of a new mall in Bangkok called Terminal 21 that I will be sure to check out and review for you guys via video, tweets, and posts. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve been singing the praises of a certain winter boot from Steve Madden that seems to keep its top place on many fashionistas’ boot lists each winter for the past three years. I recently went to a Christmas party where two completely random people wore them in two different ways. What is this amazing footwear? Read the rest of this entry »