The New Rules for Holiday Attire
Holiday season is here and that means you’ll most likely find yourself with a few party invites that require you to get dressed up. I personally love this time of the year. Not only is it the perfect time to celebrate a successful year with friends, family, and colleagues, but it’s also a chance to take liberties with your personal style and show people that you can really dress!
Modern Winter Essentials
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COS is one of those brands I can always rely on for my wardrobe staples. Their clothing is modern and minimal but in an elevated way that still makes them stand out. I know I tend to favor bolder prints over solids, but there’s something about the architectural design and simple sophistication in COS clothing that makes me really appreciate and notice their garments. It’s a kind of understated elegance that’s seen in their attention to detail, strong silhouettes, and choice of fabrics and textures in the clothing they produce.
How to Nail Cold Weather Streetwear
Well… it’s happened! Not sure where you guys are from but here in New York it went from mild fall temps straight into winter chill seemingly overnight! Now if fall is the season I love dressing for because I get to layer, winter is the season that really puts my layering skills to the test. The cold weather test, that is, because aside from style your layers need to keep you warm too. Luckily I’ve already got a head start on my winter wardrobe planning thanks to the new options for cold weather dressing now available at Walmart.
Celebrating Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green Denim Recycling Program for America Recycles Day
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Did you guys know that November 15th is America Recycles Day? If you didn’t, well you do now and you should also know that it’s the only nationally recognized holiday dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States. While recycling paper and plastic is a common household practice, recycling items like denim may not have occurred to most people. Keep reading to find out more.