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April 10th, 2009 No Comments

Megs rocked this Karen Zambos “Ricki dress” ($261) yesterday wearing it as a halter, but how cool that it can transform to a one shoulder neckline.  I love the pleating. (Blouse underneath dress on right not included).

April 10th, 2009 No Comments

I’m going to buy this Karen Zambos top I pulled for TMI.  It’s casual but sexy – exactly what I’m looking for in night out top for summer in LA. :: 

As for my ass, I can’t buy one, but I’m working hard on pumping that puppy up in the gym.

(via meghanasha)

April 3rd, 2009 No Comments

At Karen Zambos’ showroom downtown pulling bright, bold colors for our TMI shoot next week.

March 27th, 2009 No Comments

Intersting. Traditional. I wonder what the neckline looks like in person…

March 27th, 2009 No Comments

With the right accessories, this could be the one.

March 22nd, 2009 No Comments

This was the first thing I read on Pia’s blog.  And now I’m obsessed with exploring the whole house. :: So I guess you could say she had me at hello.

“Welcome Spring I Want To Wear You…I’m a sucker for real fashion – you know, the type that you can wear any day, everyday, and look über stylish and sophisticated without being OTT (over-the-top. also referred to in camera angle lingo, in case you need to know that). I like clothes that feel good on my skin, and move when I move, and that don’t feel restrictive. And you all know how much I LOVE natural fibres, and ‘conscious’ clothing. So I bet you are not surprised that I am totally in love with Jackson, Johnston & Roe’s Spring collection. Take a look…”

Click here to read the rest of her commentary on the collection.

March 19th, 2009 No Comments

SPRING TREND – Tulip skirts

A little variation on the boring old pencil skirt.  Love it!::

Readers always ask if certain styles will look good on their body type so I’m going to be honest with you here.  The draping and pleating creates volume around your hips.  In other words, if you already have curves, you’re probably not going to want to make them bigger.

My first stop to shop is always ShopStyle.com.  Their collection is limited, but there just isn’t a lot available on line.

(Above: Paul and Joe Sister Tulip Skirt – not sure where you can find it online in the US, but I saw it in Lucky and got inspired to search.)

March 19th, 2009 No Comments

Instead of white for spring, pair bright colors with pale gray to soften your look.  This tulip skirt by Silence & Noise (sale $39.99) is a great basic to mix and match.