I'm in search of the great spring wedge - Dot Fox might just be the store I've been missing.
Citrus-inspired frocks finally land in stores after a brighter than usual Spring runway season. "Orange" you glad??
Fierce Louisville fashion hit the runway tonight at the kickoff show for Derby City Fashion Week.
Derby City Fashion Week kicks off tomorrow night with a runway show highlighing Louisville's best and brightest fashion designers.
Shopping for prom dresses is a very fun and exciting event until you show up at prom and are wearing the same dress as another girl. It is an unfortunate situation that is becoming less common these days with the rising popularity of vintage dresses. The cookie-cutter "traditional" appearance is fading out as more and more girls purchase one-of-a-kind dresses at vintage boutiques around the country.
Would you like to tell your friends that Philip Treacy (ahem, the TOP milliner in the world who designs all of the hats for the Royal Family) has custom designed your Derby hat just for you? Then head over to Peacock Boutique today, tomorrow, or Sunday to shop the Derby hat and Rachel Roy dress trunk show.
Looking for a cute Easter hat for your daughter? Something special that she'll wear for 2.5 minutes until she loses interest and tosses it aside?
Derby hats, wine, hors d’oeuvres, and dessert are a few of the perks to attending tonight's Hats for Hope event at Mellwood.
Come to the home of Bliss Gallery & Gifts owner Julie Diehl tomorrow, Friday April 15th, from 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. to find your unique Derby jewelry, handbag, or hair flair.
Come get your Oaks/Derby dress (and a mini Derby dress for little girl) at the Milly and Milly Mini trunk show at Clodhoppers today from 10am-7pm.
What did people wear 100 years before jeans made their introduction? Heavy dresses, stockings, gloves, bonnets... Even in the summer.
Try to imagine a time before jorts and tank tops (difficult, I know.) Come check out the Bicentennial Style Show in New Albany this Saturday to see what great great gran and gramps wore out on the town for a hot date.