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If The Shoe Fits: What Kind of Sneaker Are You? [Infographic]

June 25, 2012 |

The sneaker has represented personal expression for decades. For many consumers, finding the perfect, comfortable sneakers with the right personality may be hard to do. Converse, Reebok, Nike, Vans, Adidas, Asics and many other shoe brands have spent years developing ... Read More

Deals and Steals: The Neon Fashion Trend

June 15, 2012 |

If you've stepped into a mall in the last few months, you probably noticed electrifying neon hues are back in vogue. Here's five hot products and coupons that will let you snag them for less.

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We Heart Carrie Bradshaw: Our Favorite Shoes from Sex and the City

November 14, 2011 |

Starring four amazing leading ladies, and filled with all the glitz, glamour, cosmopolitans, Manolo Blahniks and Jimmy Choos a girl could ask for, Sex and the City won the hearts of millions of women (and a few gay men) all over the world. Not even a recession that was likened to the Great Depression could destroy our love for this sometimes over the top television series and the two subsequent movies that had us flocking to movie theaters all over the globe. For this reason, we have decided to pay homage to one of our favorite characters, Carrie Bradshaw, and what we consider to be her most fabulous shoes.Read More

4 Insider Tips to Shoe Shopping at DSW

October 10, 2011 | 1

DSW (a.k.a. DSW Shoes or Designer Shoe Warehouse) is a paradise for designer shoe lovers on a budget. It's literally a vast, wide open warehouse filled with aisles upon aisles of discounted designer footwear. If you've never been in one, or perhaps have only shopped online, I'll honestly tell you that you're missing the whole experience.

The best part is when you first walk in and stare across thousands of pairs of designer shoes and catch that initial whiff of a sweet, leathery new shoe smell, something that could never be duplicated from shopping at your desktop. My heart always skips a beat when I walk into a shopping adventure like the ones that always unfold at DSW. My best friend and I often describe the sensation of walking into a DSW store as "coming home." It may be because we are both former employees, or perhaps because both of our homes are also filled with many, many pairs of glorious, discounted designer footwear. I will admit, I've learned a thing or two in my short but meaningful DSW shopping and working career and I'm happy to spill the secrets to anyone who shares in my passion for fabulous footwear. Read More

The Professional: How to Build a Basic Work Wardrobe

April 21, 2011 | 6

ann-taylorIf you’ve spent your whole college career wearing sweats to class, jeans on the weekend, and club dresses to go out at night, you might feel a little confused when you’re getting ready for a summer internship at a formal office, or you’re graduating and going to job interviews. Her are some tips on building a professional wardrobe without breaking the bank.

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Pregnancy and Glamour

April 5, 2011 |

You thought Bridezillas were bad?  They've got nothing on the hormonal, pregnant moms in the affluent Upper East Side.

These moms are enrolled in MomPrep, a training academy for well-heeled moms-to-be.

Or should I say high-heeled moms-to-be?

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Timeless Style

March 14, 2011 |

My teenagers love the look of Converse All-Stars.  Suddenly those sneakers that I remember from my childhood, the ones that were tossed aside in favor of running shoes and Reeboks in the '80s, are back in style with the younger crew.

My daughter browses the Converse store and daydreams about color combinations.  Right now she's leaning toward yellow, though I've warned her about its potential as a dirt magnet.  Meanwhile, my older son just keeps replacing his navy-blue Chucks as they wear out.  They've become his signature shoe.

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Sidewalk Rage

March 8, 2011 |

You've heard of Road Rage.  Now there's Sidewalk Rage.  According to researchers, there's even a name for it:  Pedestrian Aggressiveness Disorder.

It's what happens when you run into the supermarket roadblock created by the moms with children hanging off their grocery carts as they plan the next PTA fund-raiser--in the middle of the laundry-detergent aisle.

Or when you're in a hurry as you walk down a crowded city street, only to be held up by the couple strolling along, holding hands and oblivious to the world around them.

Or when you're on a mission in the mall, but you can't manage to find a way to pass the slow walkers in front of you.

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Chain or Cafe?

January 25, 2011 | 1

If you're planning a Date Night sometime soon (Valentine's Day is coming up--mark your calendars!), you'll want to carefully consider your choice of restaurant.

When you're out to eat, just the two of you, what kind of dining experience ... Read More

Hoofing It

January 7, 2011 | 3

Whenever I get a department-store gift card, the first place I head to on the store's website is the shoe section--even if I don't need any shoes.

What am I saying?  I always need new shoes.  Along with books, ... Read More

Thump thump

December 3, 2010 |

Now that it's winter, it's time for winter track.  This is a sport that is played indoors, but participants practice outdoors.  After school.

When you start running at 3:00 in the afternoon in December, there's a good shot that ... Read More