SUPER SALE SCOUT, Karen M. Schrider, our RELIABLE FASHION CORRESPONDENT
I’m writing from my mac during lunch to put up the latest STEALS of the week…get ready. You’re gonna die…
First up, let’s start with some accessories. Look above this headline at the gorgeous ring being displayed for your feasting yes. This one is my absolute favorite. I’m wearing it out tonight. Check it out:
Get Neptune’s Crown Ring online from Banana Republic. It was just $14.99 from being $29.50.
Sticking with BR, look out for this one:
And we’ll stick with dresses for a bit…
MOVING ON to Saks Fifth, check out these amazing sales :
Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent
Strapless Satin and Chiffon, was $436.00 and is now $173.99!
Beaded Applique Jersey Gown
A ravishing dress with brilliant beading detail
at the shoulders has a twist-front bodice and an elegantly draped shirt.
It was. $448.00. Get yours now for Sale $267.99!
AND for the WORKING WOMAN ON THE RUN:
Here’s some nice pieces to add to your closet from J.CREW
Was $89.50 Now just $65.00!
I totally fell in love with this Petite checkered puckered shift dress at J.Crew.
Was $150. Is..$89.99!
AND last but not least from J.C. :
Was $165….and is THE STEAL OF THE DAY @ $39.99!
That’s it for now but I will be on the look out for your posts and tips for the Seal the Deal…let’s get shopping! KMS ❤
QUICKIE: London & NYC Fashion Week 2K10 Back-to-Back
THE SHINING, Day 1 & 2
Quick Reports from London Fashion Director, Norma Shelley, London, UK
All you had to do was stand still and you would forget to breathe. The lights created their own universe, radiating off of sequins and crystal, flax and gold thread. London Fashion Week, Fall 2010 had taken the golden age glamour from New York Fashion Week and used a Roman gladiator theme seen in Peter Pilotto, Hakaan, and Paul Costello. Fashion designers both in New York and London seemed to have recycled the sandal look just in time for another rotational pull by Hollywood’s coming mythical film, Clash of the Titans. But the London runways this year were all titan and less Titanic in nature. Grecian-themed drape dress pieces played toward a more Gladiator than a Vestal Virgins role by being cut above the knee rather than skirting the floor. From ruched chiffon to metallic, the draped, shortened look conquered all.
A return to Eastern-silk trends, bright 80s floral, and a sophisticated yet exotic safari look also made an appearance in Daks, Charles Anaste, Kinder Aggugini, Mary Katrantzou, and House of Holland.
Norma Shelley is a fashion consultant and director working in London.