What seems to be an impenetrable and immutable industry actually isn't. Granted that changing mindsets might be hard -- and you might have to strip down to your bra and panties for the occasion -- but character, confidence and fortitude always shine through.
Being organized is not everybody's strong-suit. Some find it more difficult than others to constantly clean and organize a closet. It becomes even more difficult when you have a small house and limited closet space. Here are tips to help you have that neat and perfect closet which draws everyone's attention.
Spring fever has many Canadians ready to spruce up their dwellings. While magazine spreads and blogs can provide great inspiration for home décor ideas, finding the perfect look for your home from local retailers can often prove to be a challenge. So how do we get that picture-perfect, on-trend look without spending a fortune?
Few industries have, or stand to gain more from Schumpter's theory of "creative destruction" (tendency for industrial change to come from within) than in fashion retail, where e-commerce has birthed a veritable entrepreneurial explosion.
"All guys should dress like you," she said. "That's a really great blazer." I realized I was the only guy there who even bothered to toss on a blazer that brisk early winter evening. Here's what you need to know about buying and wearing a blazer.
Women are often worried about how they look and that's not superficial. We know that our appearance has nothing to do with how smart, creative, or hardworking we are, but it plays powerfully into what society decides we are worth.
After a decade of battling breakouts and another helping clients battle adult acne, I've found that the best weapon against blemishes is oil. Yes, you read that right: oil. Precisely what many of us presume causes acne, actually prevents and treats it.
Last weekend, renewed demonstrations calling for better pay and working conditions broke out and are continuing. Because the garment industry makes up the core of the Bangladeshi economy, its leaders and business class cannot afford to ignore the internal calls for change. In fact, whether they listen depends on the demand for clothes made in Bangladesh being sustained. A boycott would work against this outcome.
My 11-year-old daughter Annabelle's had an opinion on every single one of her (and my) outfit's since I can remember. And as a result, the most amazing thing happened. I have learned so many lessons from this little girl -- especially when it comes to style and being true to yourself.
When shopping for the perfect wedding guest dress, it's important to think about the type of wedding it will be, and who will be there, and then choose accordingly. Here are a few rules to help you impress a crowd while not taking the spotlight off the bride herself.
Whether it's defined as slightly tribal, a cousin of chevron, or totally tie-dye, we can say one thing: we love ikat.
My mom is a hoarder. And now I'm becoming one, too.
From the hairless pates of medieval monks to long-haired hippies to Hip-Hop cornrows, hair has always been as much on our minds as on our heads.
In this episode of SnowbizNow, Mondo Guerra is close to tears as he and others share that on Thursday, April 25, 2013, an estimated 275,000 people will dine out in 60 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada to fight AIDS. Dining Out for Life is expected to raise over $4 million.
As a Canadian, there's an unfortunate reality that we are forced to accept: sometimes, we get the short end of the stick. We are used to feeling disappointed when we find out that a website won't ship to our glorious country. But times are changing, and major brands, companies, and stores are considering their Canadian customers.
It's official, spring is here! It is time to start thinking about putting away the heavy winter duds and breaking into something new, fresh and boldly colorful.