by Renae Virata | We came up with a few Rodeo looks that are just right, just now for the weather in Houston using our Fashion Forecast tool. Just click on a look for details and to shop it now before it expires! Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for the ‘Spring’ Category
by Renae Virata | The more diverse rodeos become, the more diverse the fashion! Long gone (but still classic!) are the days of only plaid shirts, denim, and cowboy boots. We spotted a bunch of stylish urban cowgirls at the BBQ Cook-off at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo who made the Rodeo their own fashion runway. Check it out! Read the rest of this entry »
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.
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 | So if you hadn’t read my previous post, I am on a “shopping my closet” kick! I realize that there are outfits just WAITING to be made that I have yet to discover. No more staring at my closet with “nothing to wear”! I just wore this summer semi-formal to a boho-chic bar on a VERY chilly and VERY windy night with some great success. See how I breathed new three-season, three-occasion life into this old-wedding-dress oldie but goodie!
by Renae Virata | In a desperate effort to keep myself from overshopping after the holidays (I just love giving gifts!), I decided that it was time to do a different kind of shopping…in my own closet! How painful is it to stare at a closet (or two) full of clothes and feel like you have “nothing to wear”? Sooo frustrating. So I’ve put together some looks that are great for transitioning from winter to spring with just a few layer adjustments here and there that I hope will inspire you to do the same. Check out my first two looks from one piece! (And a great way to practice planning for a versatile trip wardrobe!)
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 | Spending a few days in Hawaii, I have learned a thing or two…dressing up is not the MO in the Islands, no matter the occasion. But traveling for the fashionable travelista is about more than just comfort, it’s about style and those many photos you’ll be taking to commemorate your trip!
by Camille S. | This past weekend I visited NYC for the International Makeup Artist Trade Show (IMATS) and since I knew at one point I would be lugging my luggage around I made a point to pack light (see this post). In one carry on I packed 9 pieces of clothing, 3 pairs of shoes, 1 pair of pajamas, undergarments, accessory bag, makeup bag, toiletries and my laptop and case! This is the outcome of my ‘experiment’… Read the rest of this entry »