My obsession with the color blue, comes out in more ways than I realized.
The chilly days and nights right now is how we like it, before the harsh cold winter season has us singing the “Brick Days Blues.”
No more bare shoulders and arms while outside at night, and thank goodness for that because I need a mini break from that Tracy Anderson workout. Out comes the long-sleeves and we shouldn’t be boring nor simple about it. Continue reading “Goodbye Summer Fashion, Hello Fall Ya’ll Part 1” »
I’ve been busy working with my partners setting up a business that I cannot wait to share with you’ll next month, but since we have a deadline to meet, it’s crunch time and we’re using our supernatural powers to get things rolling in time for our launch date!
Ohh the superwomen we can be when we there is something to accomplish! Continue reading “Woman Of Steel Fashion Position: I Accept!” »
Not too sweet, nor too glamorous. Rough around the edges with boots and a Mohawk to a gala, now that is my kind of party!
Tonight the Metropolitan Museum of Art will host it’s annual Costume Institute Benefit, better know as the Met Gala, with this year’s theme being Punk: Chaos to Couture. Continue reading “It’s a Met Gala Kind of Day.” »
When you’re a slave to fashion, if there is a will you’ll find a way. Just so happens I’ve found several in order to keep my nickname Ms. Cheeky and avoid being called Ms. Sweaty Checks. I’m a sweater, through the pores that is. It’s a sweating problem that I’ve suffered from most of my life, which makes me an expert on this topic. Through trial and damp error, I’ve figured out which garments to wear during certain seasons of the year, from the fabrics that are sweat friendly to undergarments which prevents those embarrassing moments from happening. Continue reading ““Hide Me” Sweat Said “Hide Me.”” »
Style Clinic takes on another fashion dilemma for a man in need of some help buying his first tuxedo for his very own black tie wedding in the late summer. Mr.Porter‘s in-house experts gives three options to this sartorial patient which might be more than what the doctor ordered, but better to have choices than none at all when it’s your wedding.
My obsession with fashion, as I know it, started with glossy pages, and if I had my way I would be sleeping on the magazine collection I once owned. No joke. Before there were e-magazines, online editorial destination or digital versions of our monthly fashion obsessions I had subscriptions to Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, W magazine, Vogue, UK Vogue, UK Elle for almost ten years. A little over 800 hundred magazines, could of made a good base for bed, but having my magazines be 800 hundred reasons for some sleepless nights I just couldn’t do. Continue reading “Chillin on my Tumblr Corner. You joining?” »
The printed blazer and jacket trend women have been wearing just isn’t going anywhere, and the trend is being shared by the gentlemen walking besides us. It’s the modern way to update the spring wardrobe of those men who are comfortable enough with their own sense of style to know that printed outerwear isn’t just for the ladies. Continue reading “Monday Men Style: Printed on the back” »
For years, men have been giving women grief for our obsession with handbags, purses and clutches we collect. Why do we need so many? What are we always carrying them? How come our handbags are so heavy? All those questions asked of us for decades, now lookie here, the men are carrying some extra baggage and they don’t have wheels. Continue reading “Monday Men Style: Man Purse” »
Since Charlie’s Angels have retired, poor Charlie has M.I.A, but I think he’s resurfaced in a place I’d least expect him to; helping those men in fashion need at the Style Clinic on Mr.Porter.com. Actually the voices belongs to Michael Griffiths, a voice actor who makes this new web series filmed by Ikenna Mokwe sound so smooth and sexy you just want to partake in some of the drinking sessions you see on Mad Men while watching. Continue reading “Monday Men Style: Style Clinic In Session” »