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  • Jun 05 2015
    by Pam Friedlander
  • How to Wear White this Summer

    I needed to feel comfortable and put together preparing to shop with a client for her Summer Wardrobe While color may be getting all of the fashion press, there is a lot to be said about classic white. The way you combine white is infinite and up to your imagination. Here are some ways to bring white into your wardrobe for Summer 2015. I am a fan of monochromatic white. Read More…

  • May 18 2015
    by Pam Friedlander
  • What to Wear to a Summer Party

    Are you ready for Summer?! Pool Parties, Beach Parties, and Barbecues are fun to look forward to, but will you be dreading what to wear?  Are you concerned what is appropriate for your Age? After all, you want to look comfortable, and casual and feel confident no matter what age you are.  Celebrate your age. Resist the temptation to worship youth. There is no virtue in being 40 struggling to look Read More…

  • Apr 18 2015
    by Pam Friedlander
  • Your Spring Wardrobe Tune-Up

    Your Wardrobe Needs You There’s about to be a fashion season change. It is time to get ready for the approaching season but also take care of the items you’ll be packing away. Here’s a to –do list for you to focus on this month, so your wardrobe can bloom like the flowers outside! Before you pack away your winter clothes  Inspect your boots, and shoes and make repairs before Read More…

  • Feb 10 2015
    by Pam Friedlander
  • Happy Valentine’s Day

    I bet you’re thinking I am going to tell you what to wear for Valentine’s Day, but I’m not :). Valentine’s Day is about love, emotions, relationships and memories. I want to share with you some quotes that will melt your heart and a couple pictures of my husband and I. Len has been my Valentine since 1969. All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t Read More…

  • Jan 01 2015
    by Pam Friedlander
  • 2015 Wardrobe Resolutions

    You and millions of other people will be doing the same thing come January: resolving to make your life better by changing a habit or two or three. They might even come from this list of common goals: • Lose weight • Make more money • Get healthier • Be nicer • Be less impulsive • Count my blessings Wouldn’t it be grand if we could accomplish all of that? Read More…