Dressing like you have your own personal stylist is really manageable at any budget, as long as you’re willing to put in the time.
Ever wanted to get out of Baltimore but aren’t really sure where to go? I have! When White Marsh, Towson and Columbia still all feel too close and D.C. feels too far, there is really only one place left where I can get away and that is Annapolis.
Nothing makes a piece of art or an original print feel as important as framing. Even a child’s doodle or a map from a vacation feels more significant when we take the time to frame them. Framing them not only solidifies the memory and its significance in our lives, it tells others part of our story as we journey through life.
I recently spotted a pair of earrings hanging from a friend’s ears and just had to know where she’d gotten them. I was so happy to hear that they were made by a local designer and were available here in Baltimore. The designer is Kohli Flick of K Flick Studio and she graciously agreed to talk with CBSBaltimore about her jewelry line.
The Floral Studio offers classes on flower arranging. Before you wilt away (pun intended), flower arranging is not just for weddings, funerals and retirees! Design*Sponge and Oh Joy!–two prominent creative blogs–have long been featuring floral designs and essentially reintroducing flowers to its readers.
Meet Victoria. This 22 year-old reserved PR professional really started developing her sense of style in the last few years. The Baltimore native would describe her look as conservative chic, preferring chiffon tops but fitted pants. The 5’4 olive-skinned fashionista is inspired by more simple things, pairing neutral basics with one or two bright statement pieces.
New Year’s Eve is a big fashion deal. So many fun elements need to be thrown into one outfit, while still remaining classy. The holiday is like everybody’s birthday at once. It’s time to start fresh, open new doors and make changes for the best.
Here are some stocking stuffer ideas!
Just because the temperature drops, doesn’t mean you have to lock yourself inside and stay glued to the television. This winter, Baltimore is showcasing a variety of events and exhibits to put you in the holiday spirit – and give you plenty of gift ideas. You may even shorten your Christmas present list! These markets certainly beat being cooped up and watching repeats of
holiday movie specials on repeat!
Holiday office parties can be more difficult than expected. Debating what to bring, how to act around your boss and how much liquor you can consume can take the fun out of what is supposed to be a relaxed affair. Searching for a festive yet appropriate outfit is the biggest struggle for many. To make this unsuspectingly stressful event easier, follow these few tips when dressing for the occasion.
People love summer but honestly the winter season holds all the best fashion possibilities. Layers, color, fur and frill, all are vital components to a fashionista’s winter wardrobe. But luckily, you don’t have to be a fashionista to look cute. Take these looks, find similar pieces in your favorite stores and make up your version of these runway cold time threads.
Baltimore can be a treasure trove of fun winter accessories and goodies if you know where to look. We’ve trekked around town to explore the brightest and best in cold-weather collectibles; great places to try from brisk November days to freezing January nights.