Posts tagged ‘Fashion’
On Monday the Outlets of Colorado – Outlets at Castle Rock, Loveland, and Silverthorne stopped by Metromix.com to showcase some of the hottest looks for campus. We spent most of the day with Erica Boniface (who we just love). Check out the photo gallery from our time with them.
Outlets at Castle Rock, Loveland and Silverthorne are looking for models of all ages to help them with fashion shows, TV segments, and other promotional opportunities throughout the year.
Each location will be hosting a one-day Strike a Pose Model Search.Outlets at Silverthorne will be first. They host their event on Saturday, April 24th. Registration starts at 9am and the model search begins at 11am.
For more details on the events, what you will need to bring with you and other pertinent information please visit www.outletsofcolorado.com.
Pantone.com is one of my favorite websites. They always pick the hottest colors for the year and this year they announced PANTONE 15-5519 Turquoise, an inviting, luminous hue, as the Color of the Year for 2010.
How fabulous is that! Turquoise is very hot (well, actually a cool) color for the home and for your wardrobe. This spring it is one of the hottest colors you will find and I’m thrilled to let you all know that this color trend is a great one to find at the Outlets of Colorado. I’ve seen great shirts, belts, bags, skirts, and dresses….you name this color is going to be a great one for spring and will push right into summer.
Now you know. Get out there and shop.
We all know that scarves are a great accessory. Everyone’s wearing them – women, men, young or old, trendy teenagers, and even hip boys have added the scarf to their wardrobe closet (or if you’re my son, their wardrobe floor). But if you’re one of the millions who consider themselves scarf-challenged (which it’s okay to admit this, you are among friends), I found the perfect solution.
It’s called an “eternity scarf”, but others will call it a “circle scarf” or “infinity scarf”. Whatever, they all mean one thing, a scarf whose ends are connected in one long circle making it easy to throw on and stay warm, while you look hip. I Kid you not. This uni-gender circle of fabric has perfected the art of wearing a scarf. It can be found at most major retailers. We found a great selection, marked down to practically free, at Off 5th.
If your one of challenged who can’t loop a scarf perfectly, this is a must have. It can be worn as a scarf, hood, mask, or shawl. If you don’t believe me, watch my video.