Let's face it, once the temperatures start to drop, it can be tempting to give up and resign yourself to a life of leggings and oversized sweaters, as chic as those items can be. With a little effort and the following expert tips from Naples' best consignment store, True Fashionistas, you can still look trés hip and fashionable in the colder months. Here are some tips on how to pull off long sleeves in fall and winter.
There’s no doubting it, summer is looming on the horizon; if you haven’t squirreled away your sweaters for the next few months, don’t feel like you’ve procrastinated. We’ve got some great tips here for properly storing your winter mainstays so they look as fresh when you unearth them as the day you swap them for True Fashionista summer attire.
HOW TO MASTER WEARING WINTER WHITES Winter whites. The simple way to brighten up your True Fashionista wardrobe, and possibly your outlook, when its cold and dreary outside. And in warmer climates like here in Naples, Florida where we may or may not dip down to 70 degrees, it’s another reason to enjoy a tailored…
Cashmere. Even the sound of it emotes a feeling of luxury. Imagine a gigantic pile of soft, thick cashmere sweaters you could just dive headfirst into, a huge bubble of softness in which you could happily drown. Ok, come on back, we’re talking cashmere and how the price can range from $20 at H&M to designer sweaters at Nordstrom costing $1,500 and up.
In 1837 French designer Hermès created the first ready-to-wear graphic silk scarf, then England’s Queen Victoria was seen on the throne rocking silk cravats adorned with beautiful graphic prints. And the custom printed scarf was here to stay.