Fall doesn't have to be all black and gray, especially when the season's bold hues like marsala (2015 color of the year!), olive and blush are at the top of the must-have color list. On NBC Channel 12’s Arizona Midday, Angela has these three haute colors in the latest styles and trends for the season from Nordstrom. ...Read more.
There's nothing like a beautiful pair of shoes to give us confidence and put a runway-model-jaunt in our step. Of course, every season our favorite designers launch an array of hard-to-resist "it" shoes -- we want them all. At least most of them. Of course, our practical side and budget force us to hone in on our favorites because we still have to buy things like groceries and pay for our kid's piano lessons. Good news! We found a number of designer shoe look-a-likes or "inspired by" styles and some are really hard to tell apart from the expensive designer versions! Angela shows us how to get the designer looks for less ...Read more.
While the foundation of my wardrobe may be built on black and navy, the bold colors of fall (think amethyst, wine and teal) are what I head for to flatter my face for photos and special events. I especially love this vibrant purple top and how it compliments my fringe skirt. And, how perfect are these subtly-multi-colored heels, plus delicate drop earrings and edgy chain necklace to complete the look. ...Read more.
Q: I am getting anxious to wear my boots, but it's still hot where I live... is September too early for boots? - Joan M. ...Read more.
Even though I just started ordering Pumpkin Spice Lattes and my boots came out from hiding this week, my mind was focused on Spring 2016 as designers debuted their collections during the biannual, fashionable frenzy that is New York Fashion Week. I particularly loved seeing the ultra feminine look, including ruffles, off-the-shoulder tops and pink, as well as the relaxed menswear, meaning slouchy trousers and deconstructed pinstripes. The '70s influence is still going strong in the form of all things artsy, from fringe and tie-dye to crochet and embroidery. Although the boho look is overall more chic than folksy this ...Read more.