This week, fashion columnist Laynie Stephens provides her take on how to work even the most challenging trends into your own wardrobe.
Fashion columnist Laynie Stephens gives us the lo-down on the best ways to revamp your winter wardrobe.
Fashion columnist Laynie Stephens debriefs us on the hue of the year -- Radiant Orchid -- and suggests wallet-friendly fashions to add this color to your wardrobe.
As the year comes to an end, I can think of hundreds of fashion highlights from 2013. It was a great year, but I’m even more excited to see what next year and next quarter will bring.
As Thanksgiving approaches and many of us prepare to return home for family gatherings, some may fear that they have nothing to wear for holiday events. But don’t fret quite yet -- after this article you’ll know exactly how to trick your family into thinking that your style has improved since you last saw them.
Daily columnist Laynie Stephens realized that pants are uncomfortable, restricting and just plain boring. Her solution? Eliminate the pants!
Have an important interview coming up but no idea what to wear? We’ve all been there before.
According to Fashion Columnist Laynie Stephens, all a good outfit needs is a bit of color, texture and shine.
Welcome to the Spotlight. I’m Laynie, here to give you inspiration for the best outfit you’ll wear next week. To start things off, we’re going to go with a classic: all black. Don’t tell me that black is boring, plain or Goth. It’s professional, classy and chic. Think about it. Every season there are fads and trends, but without a doubt you know you’re going to see at least some black on the runway. From Coco Chanel to Alexander McQueen, it seems as if all designers think alike: You have to balance out the fashion of the moment with some black. Yet there is so much style bursting from an all-black outfit, provided that you tailor it right. Not sure what to wear with this new knowledge? Let me help you out: