Tag archive for "Julie Inzanti"

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Free People Bombora Dress

Go Ahead, Keep Wearing Your Favorite Summer Pieces This Fall

No Comments 09 October 2014

Fall is in full swing, but that doesn’t mean you have to do the major closet swap just yet. The retail industry is always pushing the seasons—shelves are stocked with sweaters in August and heavy outerwear before the first frost. But for some of us, the transitional months are stressful. The thought of another long, cold winter is too much to handle, and autumn temperatures are tricky—one day it's 50 degrees, the next, 80. Who knows what to wear?

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Natural Beauty Products That Actually Work

5 Comments 04 September 2014

Natural products have always been around, but lately they seem to be making a resurgence. We have all become increasingly aware of what we put in and on our bodies—from organic, locally grown produce to organic, locally made fabrics and natural cosmetics. But the"natural" beauty product departments in most stores (even Walmart) are bigger than ever (and still growing) as consumers make healthier lifestyle choices.

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spring fashion

Let It Rain! Stylish Gear for Spring Showers

No Comments 26 March 2014

Sure, spring might (technically) be here and the frigid temperatures have relented a bit. But don’t break out those pedicured toes just yet, because April showers bring May flowers (and then probably more rain). Why not freshen up your wardrobe with a few wet-weather essentials?

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5 Great Holiday Party Looks for Less

No Comments 18 December 2013

Here are a few simple pieces (that may already exist in your wardrobe) to get you through holiday party season looking gorgeous and fresh. I wouldn't recommend combining ALL of the elements below into a single look, but living in New York, I see chic ensembles every day that make me want to stand up and applaud. And if you can pull it off, do it!

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Everyone CAN Wear a Pencil Skirt: Here’s How

1 Comment 12 December 2013

The pencil skirt may be redolent of the Mad Men era, but the shape and style is still very current. Do not let the pencil skirt intimidate you. It isn't the uniform for the secretary pool anymore; it's as wearable all year round as your favorite jeans.

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Self Help

Cute cropped pants for summer wardrobe

Get a Cute Summer Transitional Wardrobe That Starts at the Ankle

No Comments 19 June 2013

By Julie Inzanti It seems like our carefully curated transitional wardrobe may never see the light of day, literally. April showers have decamped to June, extending or our seasonal affective disorder. We haven't had the necessary handful of balmy days of May and June to brown our gams for the general public. And we can't just unsheath our bottom half all at once—it happens inch by inch. For capricious climates, call on these essential ankle-length pieces.

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Money & Career

dangers of fast fashion and cheap clothes by Julie Inzanti

Why Your Cheap Clothes Are Harmful: Just Say No to Fast Fashion

1 Comment 06 May 2013

I have been working in "slow fashion" for a couple of years now and am familiar with the consideration and care that goes into designing and producing not only an entire collection, but each individual garment. I work for the small, Brooklyn-based brand Nadia Tarr. We use American-made fabrics and manufacture locally in Brooklyn, which has given me a new insight into the industry and how important each step of the process is.

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Self Help

Zara Geometric Print Shopper

How to Work the Black and White Trend This Spring

No Comments 25 April 2013

By Julie Inzanti If I had to pick one current trend that's easy to wear, looks great on almost everyone, and will definitely carry over into fall—giving our wallets a break—it has to be the black and white pattern. Most of us have B&W pieces (and several shades of gray) taking up major real estate our closets, so here are a few tips and style ideas to help you work this crisp, chic look.

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