Yes of course Coco Chanel is synonymous with all that is True Fashionista, and label namesake Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel led quite the adventurous and exciting life, breaking ground and introducing now legendary items and looks that we just could not do without in our style pursuits. Even now, in the pandemic and most cautiously, post-pandemic era, we continue to use Chanel as a standard against which many fashion entities are measured.
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.
Holy pumpkin spice lattes, Batman, is it seriously fall already? At our home base in sultry southwest Florida, it doesn’t exactly feel like sweater weather yet, but we’ll just close our eyes and pretend real hard because fashion doesn’t wait for our first cold snap.
To linen or not to linen, that is the question. Aren’t you glad you have True Fashionistas by your side, watching out for every crucial step in your fashion-forward linen journey?
Going into fall, we know you’re looking for a new purse to complete your latest seasonal outfits. Might as well make your purchase last with something classic and timeless that adds just the right touch.
The History of High Heels. “I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot.” – Marilyn Monroe
Ah, high heels. We can all use another pair of fabulous heels. They look so good, feel so sexy and, as millions of wearers will agree, elicit a feeling of empowerment. Gimme a pair of Chanels and red lipstick and I can conquer the world! Whether you’re chunkin’ it out on two-story platforms, or True Fashionista balancing on four-inch stilettos, high heels have firmly placed themselves in wardrobes and on runways since, oh I don’t know, the beginning of time?