What To Wear: Turkey Day 2011

WTW: Turkey Day

 

 


Thanksgiving Day 2011 is upon us. So get excited and get dressed. Whether you’re house hopping or spending the day at home with family and friends, choosing a turkey-friendly outfit should be sweet as pie.

One of my favorite holiday looks is a cozy sweater dress and a pair of boots. Its simple, straight to the point and it leaves plenty of room for my mom’s coca-cola glazed ham and cranberry dressing. Hmm, hmm good!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Yours,

S. Johnson

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How To: Nautical

This Ship Hasn't Sailed Quite Yet!


All aboard the nautical trend. Stripes, Anchors, Buttons & Buckles! This time around, the nautical trend also has a few industrial influences. Chunky heels and strappy bags & accessories paired with lady-like pieces like flares or bustiers will make you alot sexier than Olive Oil ever was.

Yours,

K. Sama

Define Your Style: The Minimalist

the minimalistClean lines and matte finishes define this always chic style mantra of the minimalist. From camels, to polished striped tees in black and white, we at LTC love this effortless look.

Want to define your style? Pull 7 of your favorite wardrobe pieces of the moment and lay them across your bed or proudly display them on your garment rack. If more than 3 of your favs are simple, yet chic, easy, yet polished with no fuss congrats stylista, you’re a minimalist. Stay tuned for more Define Your Style!

-S. Johnson

Knock Her Off: Rihanna

Ask Thy Closet

Q: I’m a fashionista on a budget but I love the finer things. How do I make my outfits look expensive?

LTC: It’s all in the details. A 12 dollar H&M cardigan can look just as elegant as any high end piece with the right embellishments and accessories. Invest in a set of jeweled buttons to dress up your favorite cardi. Pair the piece with a cocktail ring and crisp denim trousers or boot cut jeans to achieve a polished, more expensive look.