As women’s closets transition from winter to spring with summer right around the corner, there is one piece that sticks with us all year: Denim.
Some people just can’t wait for summer. Their toes are more than ready to escape the constraints of winter footwear, determined to live in flip-flops at the first sign of green grass.
Jen Edwards had just graduated from college when she said the Lord came to her in a dream and said to open a boutique in her basement.
Fashion may feel a bit familiar for many women this year.
Some crafts never go out of style, and making tie-dye T-shirts is one of them. If you’ve never tried it before, we have your go-to instruction manual right here, breaking it down into a few simple steps. Be prepared to get a little messy and make fun memories.
Capes, exaggerated sleeves and ruffles, lace and short dresses are all taking the spotlight in 2021.
Grooms and their guys get a fair share of attention on their big day, so it’s important to find a style that suits them.
For some reason, pajamas and cool weather just seem to go together, kind of like peanut butter and jelly. Not that you don’t sleep year round, obviously, but pajamas make great gifts and there’s something cozy about the thought of flannel pants.
There has always been a romantic obsession with 1920s fashion, from the iconic flapper dress and bobbed hairstyles to trouser pants and loosely fitted blouses and dresses. A reprieve of the era’s dress code resurged after the remake of “The Great Gatsby” in 2013.
It’s no surprise that Savanna Tyler caught our eye on a recent shopping trip. The 17-year-old J.C. Penney sales associate was rocking a beautiful blue mane. The teen says she colors her hair herself but gets it cut by Brooke at Edmund Street Parlor in Downtown St. Joseph.