How to Get More Respect When You Travel

Sophia Loren for Fendi

When I was a kid, people dressed for travel. Not to sit in a car for 10 or 12 hours, mind you, but for public transportation. Trains. Ships. Planes. Especially planes. In fact, the term “jet set” was first used in the 1950’s to describe those members of cafe society who could afford to travel the…

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How to Travel With Fewer Shoes

“The average women travels with five pairs of shoes,” a news reporter said as he walked through the Philadelphia airport on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the year. “How many pairs are you taking?” he stopped and asked various women. “Five.” “Seven” “Too many.” “See this suitcase? It’s…

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What to Wear to A Graduation

Been invited to a graduation this year? If you’re like me, you have. Kids, relatives, friends, you name it – someone you know hits this milestone every year. So what should you wear? It depends on the time, formality, and location of the graduation ceremony. If you’ll be traveling a far distance, that can also…

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Color Wheel Clothing Combinations

Color Wheel Clothing Combinations

Knowing how to use the color wheel can make a HUGE difference in how you wear clothes.  Because with just a little creativity, you can make a little do a lot and save yourself a ton of money.  So grab a pen and take some notes.  You don’t want to miss anything. The color wheel…

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Charles James: Beyond Fashion

Fashion designer Charles James occupies a unique place in fashion history. A bad boy with an eye for fashion, he was expelled from school as a teen and lost his atelier to creditors at the height of his career. While heiresses and movie stars once waited patiently for his one-of-a-kind ballgowns – and Dior and…

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