If you’re the ultimate fashionista-socialite, your schedule’s already booked with exciting holiday parties.
This means great company, delish food and a healthy splash of liquor.
It’s not often we come across fashion tips from the world’s luxury designers.
CNN recently sat down with Donatella Versace to get her take on fashion do’s and don’ts.
It’s a must read!
Donatella’s fashion tips:
CNN: What should a woman always have in her wardrobe?
Versace: A pair of black high heels.
CNN: What should a man always have in his wardrobe?
Versace: A pair of low-waist pants. It makes your upper body taller and your shoulders larger.
CNN: What is the most commonly made fashion mistake?
Versace: Too much make-up and clothes together. It’s about one of those, not all.
CNN: What is the ugliest trend you’ve ever seen?
Versace: Flat shoes and lunch pants together.
Read the full interview.
If these labels ring a bell, you’ll want to head to Chickdowntown.com for their Black Friday Sale.
And you won’t have to wait until 5 a.m. like at those other brick and mortar stores.
This one starts early Black Friday morning, November 28th, at 12:01 a.m. EST.
Shoppers will receive 45% off regularly priced merchandise, and an additional 20% off all sale merchandise.
The sale will end on Cyber Monday, December 1st, at midnight PST.
USE CODE: BLACKFRIDAY (and keep it fab-U-lous!)
Organize the items into categories: tops, jackets, pants, and skirts. Then organize each category by color from white to black.
Now your closet is merchandised like a retail store and can be shopped. You will learn to mix, match and coordinate like a pro once you’re organized.
Set aside anything that needs to be tailored in order to fit, be updated (e.g., removing pleats from pants), or be fixed.
Remove and donate or toss anything that is obviously out-of-date or you know you’ll never wear again. Be ruthless. If it doesn’t make you feel great, it’s out. It’s better to have fewer, better pieces in heavy rotation than risk wearing something that doesn’t flatter you.
Visit us tomorrow for Tip #2!
Bulgari will celebrate its 125th birthday next year.
And the chic Italian luxury goods company will not be selfish in their celebrating.
They’ve chosen to support Save the Children’s Rewrite the Future campaign.
Bulgari’s ultimate goal is to raise euro 10 million for Save the Children by the end of next year.
They’ll set the example by donating euro 1 million in advance.
Then it’ll be your turn.
For just $290, you can Purchase a new, limited edition ring being introduced in Bulgari stores worldwide. The ring is made of silver, in tribute to Sotirio Bulgari, the company’s founder who started as a silversmith in the 19th century. It also features Save the Children’s logo engraved on the inside. $60.00 will go toward Rewrite the Future.
It will be available February 1 – December 30 in Bulgari stores worldwide and online
Numerous celebrities from the worlds of film, culture, and music have already agreed to support the initiative. These include: Willem Dafoe, Benicio Del Toro, Sally Field, Fiorello, Andy Garcia, Valeria Golino, Jason Lewis, Julianne Moore, Gabriele Muccino, Kimberly Peirce, Ben Stiller and Sting.
Clothes do not exist to humiliate their owners. … They don’t fit. Toss ‘em. – Tim Gunn
Who said it’s too early to plan for Black Friday?
Anchor Blue (the store that just dropped Heidi Montag’s clothing line) is hosting Blue Friday on Black Friday.
And it’s a pretty good reason to mark November 28 on your calendars.
Store reps say there’ll be deals on Anchor Blue denim, with shoppers receiving “huge savings.”
Just to keep you shopping, when shoppers come back on Saturday and Sunday, it will be a BLUEPALOOZA price for the weekend too.
In addition, customers will have the opportunity to win instant giveaways such as $1,000 shopping sprees; starting with BLUE FRIDAY and continuing through the weekend.
Apparently, $1,000 giftcards will be given away every day in one of the greater LA stores!
Meanwhile, check out what’s available on AnchorBlue.com.