When it comes to fashion this season, you only need to ask yourself one question: “How bold can I go?” It’s time to ditch the drab denim and make a statement with your jeans.
In the crazy, hectic time that arises during the holidays, it may be easy to forgo much attention to your attire, but colder weather doesn’t have to mean drab clothing. As the temperature drops, let your style go up with fabulous festive fashion!
The term “power dressing” made its appearance in the early 1980s when women really began making a scene in the corporate world. But long gone are the days of suit jackets with shoulder pads so high your peripheral vision is inhibited. And thank goodness pantyhose are no longer an everyday necessity.
Fashion has evolved over time, just like women’s role in society. So, what does that mean for our modern day professional wardrobe?
Whether it’s a picnic, a barbecue or a simple get together, summer is never short of social gatherings. It’s tempting to throw on something easy and comfortable in this sweltering Alabama heat, but don’t surrender your flair to the weather.
Times have changed, and the handbag is no longer a woman’s number one accessory. Women now have a new love affair—shoes. And you know what they say, if the shoe fits…buy it in every color! Maybe that’s not exactly how the saying goes, but it was how we felt when browsing through Ann Taylor, DSW and Dillard’s at The Shoppes at Eastchase. RSVP Montgomery has made it easy for you by highlighting some of the top trends to look for when shopping for shoes for this summer.
James Bond—one of the first names that comes to mind when someone mentions a well-dressed man. Constantly looking sharp, he kicks butt and always gets the smokin' hot girl. Could there be a connection here? A recent study showed that 91 percent of Americans believe that a man who dresses well can appear more attractive than he truly is. This being said, guys— fate is in your hands!
In a woman’s perfect world, we would be able to stop time for beauty touchups and wardrobe changes throughout our busy day. Let’s face it – we’re not on the set of America’s Top Model or hosting the Grammy’s, but that doesn’t mean we can’t fake it.