Perfect Work Pants

banana republic perfect pants

Working moms, I know it’s not easy to pull your look together. When I can find a style resource to share, I try to share. That’s why I teamed up with Banana Republic–they have perfect work pants and I want you to look great.

Done and done.

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I got to help the fabulous Banana Republic at the Westfield Mall in Brookfield Place host a pant-fitting event. I brought the books–Mom Boss–Banana supplied the fashion.

I had so much fun at the store talking about clothes that make you feel confident and fabulous and about shooting for the stars with your career. Talking to other entrepreneurs and helping them set goals feels fantastic. And one thing I know, when you look good you feel more confident.

Mom Boss, my business book just for moms, is all about creating a life to love. A life full of purpose and passion. In the book, I give moms a step-by-step method toward success. It’s a toolkit for creating a life to love–a life where there is time for a deep connection to family.

Banana does the same thing. They give women clothes to love. This season, the pants are noteworthy–they have great fit options for women who love style. I picked the Avery. It’s a cropped pant for spring with a trouser fit. There are a ton or fabrics and prints in this cut. But if you don’t think this fit will flatter, don’t sweat it, there are other options. Check out what I found at Banana Republic:

 

I tried the pants with both flats and heels and it works with both. My Tieks ballet slipper is perfect as were these nude pumps from Stuart Weitzman.

As for the top, skip the accessories and try and embellished blouse. This top from Banana Republic is sewn with gemstones along the neckline so you’ll have all the sparkle you need.

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Perfect pants for work. Check out the latest options from Banana Republic

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How to Style a Long Cardigan

how to style a cardigan

I simply love cardigans. Here’s a little fashion secret. It’s like wearing your bathrobe, but getting style points. A great cardigan adds drama, it adds length and it can hide a multitude of sins. The trick is not to LOOK like you are wearing your favorite robe from home, so I’ve rounded up some style tips to share with you on  hot to style a long cardigan

I’m wearing the Victory Sweater from cabi. It’s a little nautical and a little boho at the same time. Navy and white are incredibly easy to wear.  Now, let’s talk about how to style it.

How to Style a Long Cardigan

Four Tips for Styling a Long Cardigan

1. Opt for a fabric that flows, you want a cardi that moves with you and doesn’t add bulk or cling to your hips and backside. Look for something that achieves a skimming quality.
2. Keep the pieces underneath simple and fitted. A fitted tea works nicely (and ladies if you’ve got dêcolletage y all means show it off under the sweater with a v-neck)
3. Make a statement with your shoes. You can wear a heeled bootie, a pump or some snazzy sneakers. Be playful and yes, it’s great to be a little sexy too.
4. Keep the long theme going. I wore a long necklace that played off the boho vibe and continued with the long, lean theme.

My shoes have been featured before, they are the popular Sunset Strip Sneaker  from Seavees. These nappa leather sneakers are in heavy rotation around here. When the snow gives me a break and things warm up, I love these.

I am also wearing old Ralph Lauren jeans, an old vintage belt (and necklace that’s quite old) and a super soft and versatile tank. The navy Easy Tank is also from cabi. Wear it untucked or just tucked in the front to continue the unfussy look.

Style Long Cardigan

Cabi Spring 2017

These are just two pieces from the latest cabi collection. You can see the full runway show  and get lots of ideas for spring in the video, here: https://www.cabionline.com/video/spring-2017-runway-video/follow

Head here to find out more about cabi and to find a local stylist. Cabi is a brand that brings the stylists to you. Your stylist will not only outfit you, she’ll show you how to reinvent your look. Once you go cabi, you’ll never go back to the mall.

How to Style a Long Cardigan--Tips for Looking great for mom life or any casual setting

Hope you like my tips and come on back next Monday for more fashion fun. Until then, please leave a comment about what other trends you want me to take on.

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Styling a Bomber Jacket

Styling a Bomber Jacket

A great jacket can take you far during the transition season. I picked this shiny silver one up last fall when I was on Mom Boss Book tour in Denver. I spotted it in Francesca’s and loved it–very disco chic. This week, I decided to talk about styling a bomber jacket

Well, Francesca’s sold out of this one long ago, but they do have other well-priced options in the bomber style. If your heart is set on silver, I found a few places to refer you. ASOS has this one and there’s one more I found at Macy’s that looks really similar to the one I’m styling here.

When it comes to trends, this one probably won’t be around for too many years. I bought this jacket for less than $50–and I highly recommend you stick in the same price range. Once you see the trend dying out, you can pass it along to a thrift store and someone will nab it for a 50’s costume!

Styling a Bomber Jacket

For now, styling it is pretty easy. I see lots of women pairing a bomber with jeans and athletic shoes. That works for sure. For something a bit more sophisticated try this:

  • Opt for a slight heel. A bootie will do nicely. I’m loving the new Leila Bootie from TOMS.
  • Since the jacket is baggy, keep it slim on the bottom.
  • When you are first experimenting with this, try a monochromatic palette underneath.
  • Keep the accessories up by the ears or on your wrist. I’m wearing a pair from cabi.
  • Skip the scarf. I tried one but it looked too fussy.

I opted to wear all black under the jacket. Let’s be honest, the jacket brings a whole lot of fashion to the outfit. I didn’t have to try to hard with everything else. On the bottom, I wanted a nice sleek line. I’m wearing the cabi clothing Pencil Trouser. It sits high on the waist and has a side zip. It’s almost tight enough to be a legging, but has the structure of a pant. It’s great for travel. A sleek and skinny high-rise fit with comfortable stretch fabric that fits like a dream, the Pencil Trouser has a wide elastic panel at the waist for a streamlined silhouette

Styling a Bomber Jacket

Under the jacket, I’m wearing the cabi clothing Indulgence Top. It’s a 3/4 sleeve black top with “floaty layers”–it’s just body-conscious enough to work under the jacket. That’s about it. Two black staples underneath and I let the bomber jacket take the spotlight.

cabi earrings

Cabi Spring 2017

These are just two pieces from the latest cabi collection. You can see the full runway show  and get lots of ideas for spring in the video, here: https://www.cabionline.com/video/spring-2017-runway-video/. You can see more pieces styled for spring here.

Head here to find out more about cabi and to find a local stylist. Cabi is a brand that brings the stylists to you. Your stylist will not only outfit you, she’ll show you how to reinvent your look. Once you go cabi, you’ll never go back to the mall.

Styling a Bomber Jacket: Styling tips for fun fashion

What do you think? Is this a trend you’ll try? Let me know if you do and where you find a bomber that you love.

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Chic Knits

Styling spring knits to look fabulous at work or play

The weather warmed up last week and I got to take these chic knits our for a spin in Battery Park City in New York. I’d been eyeing these new pieces from the cabi spring collection–they looked so good on the runway, and I’m thrilled to say they feel even better on.

I was traveling in the city for a little “staycation” at the Conrad Hotel with my daughter. We wanted to dress up and I wanted to be chic and comfortable, hence the knits. I think knits are perfect for work or play–and I was going to do a bit of both.

Chic Knits

Chic Knits

First let’s talk about this Dame Skirt. It’s a knee-skimming length with a bit of swirl. It could go to an office or out to dinner without missing a beat. I am glad to see waistlines on the move back upwards. This skirt will sit on your actual waist.

You could wear it with flats or go dressier, as I did, with a pump. I picked out these metallic pumps from Nine West. Fancy for sure.

I paired it with a navy top (I will say the colors are 95% of a match but not 100–but it doesn’t matter). I just love this top. It’s so easy to slip on–it feels like a favorite t-shirt (and, in fact, can be worn under a blazer too!) but has structure enough to look super professional.

It’s called the Hampton Shell and the stripes are perfectly places to accentuate your positives.

Spring Knit Fashion Tips

  1. Monochromatic knits will elongate your body.
  2. Go with a bold accessory. This lucite necklace helps modernize the outfit.
  3. Metallics are in. Jazz up this outfit for date night with a shiny shoe.
  4. Watch the jewelry. Knits can snag so be careful with clasps!
  5. Keep things smooth. My favorite panties are from Soma. You can also go for spanx.

Cabi Spring 2017

These are just two pieces from the latest cabi collection. You can see the full runway show  and get lots of ideas for spring in the video, here: https://www.cabionline.com/video/spring-2017-runway-video/

Head here to find out more about cabi and to find a local stylist. Cabi is a brand that brings the stylists to you. Your stylist will not only outfit you, she’ll show you how to reinvent your look. Once you go cabi, you’ll never go back to the mall.

Fashion your life: spring knit styling tips

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Ancolie New York

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It’s the fourth installment of what we love to eat in NYC. Today I’m wearing ALL things I’ve owned and adored, and heading to a favorite lunch spot. Ancolie was introduced to me by a friend. Isn’t that the way we find the gems? We listen to our friends. Well, that’s my job, sharing with my friends. When you are hungry and want to do your body a favor, head to Ancolie in New York.

Ancolie New York

The idea is to offer great food that is ready to go. Start with a fantastic layered salad, then get a perfect coffee and don’t forget a sweet treat. Chloe (shown above), is the mastermind behind the brand. Thank you, Chloe, for giving us better lunch options.

Before we jump to the eats, let’s talk about what I’m wearing. Everything is OLD! Don’t worry, I’ll start talking about spring clothing soon enough. For now I am wearing what I own. I’m embracing winter, and the season I’m in right now.

Most blogs are telling you to think about spring. But friends, it’s 30 degrees in NYC and we are still in sweaters and boots. And you still have to get dressed every day and you have to feel good. And you don’t have to spend any money.

I’m wearing cabi jeans, a vintage Ralph Lauren bomber jacket, a Talbots scarf and some great boots by Robert Clergierie. If you live in a cold climate, I know what you are feeling right now. I see all the pretty spring clothes I cannot wear until late April and I want them. And I want to feel better about my closet.

Ladies, clothes can’t change the weather. It took me decades to figure this out. We have to embrace the now. I do it with owning things I adore. This bomber jacket has been worn HUNDREDS of times. These boots have had to be resoled. The jeans barely can get washed, they are in such heavy rotation.

My fashion advice for the beginning of March: dig into your closet and have fun.

  • Wear some leather now–soon it will be too hot to wear it.
  • Pull out your scarves and figure out new ways to tie them.
  • A pair of boots with heels will always make you feel sassier and more fabulous.

Now back to the food. The presentation, looks so pretty, it’s alive with the colors of REAL FOOD. The containers are meant to show off the fresh ingredients. I tried the Ancolie Jar with walnuts, lentils and goat cheese. Delish! After one of these salads you’ll feel satisfied, not bloated. It’s a great midday spot.

I found everything I tasted to be super fresh and scrumptious. I hope they open a Brooklyn outpost soon, for now, I’ll keep heading into the Greenwich Village to pick up the perfect lunch. If you have a few minutes, order a tea or coffee to enjoy in store. Set up by the window and watch the world go by.

This part of New York is full of students, artists and tourists. You’ve literally got a window to the world. Why not slow down and enjoy the views.

healthy eats in nyc, visit Ancolie New York
Ancolie is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Stop in for breakfast, lunch or snacks. Please tell them Momtrends sent you.

Ancolie New York

Ancolie
58 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011
(646) 524-5929
http://www.ancolie.co/

Other NYC ideas for foodie fun for Two Hands Soho and Stylish Tea Time in Soho and Murray’s Cheese.

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Visit to Murray’s Cheese

Visit to Murray's Cheese

This month I’ve been visiting my favorite foodie spots in NYC. And since I’m a cheese-lover, I couldn’t skip a visit to Murray’s Cheese. Since it’s NYC, it’s only fitting that we combine food and fashion. I’m wearing a NYC designer, Colovos, and visiting an iconic spot. It’s combining all the things I love.

Visit to Murray's Cheese

Let’s start with the cheese. For me, Murray’s is right off the W4th subways stop. Greenwich Village is pretty close to Brooklyn, so easy—especially when you love cheese. Murray’s was founded in 1940 by Murray Greenberg. The shop has changed hands a few times over the years, now it’s owned by Rob Kaufelt. The street is super charming and home to some great Italian food (like the spot co-Founded by Mario Batali, Pó).

When you visit Murray’s come hungry. You can grab a melted cheese sandwich to start your visit. After you’ve taken the edge off, the real fun begins. Head over to the counter. The cheese experts will guide you. I like sheep and goat cheese and let the masters give me some samples. I bet you’ll discover something new every time you visit.

Visit to Murray's Cheese

Since this is also the month of wearing what I already own, I want to share some friends of mine. The Founders of the Colovos brand are parents at our daughters’ school, and the couple started this label all about tailoring and clean lines.

I bought this leather piece this winter at a sample sale the couple offered. The craftmanship is just gorgeous and it’s as comfy as a sweatshirt, yet looks super chic.I paired it with my favorite cabi jeans and some booties. The great thing about the pieces from Colovos is that you want to reach for them again and again.

You can check out the full Colovos spring collection here. This is one of the more expensive pieces in my closet, but it’s exquisite and I feel fabulous when I wear it. That’s when you know it’s worth the splurge. I believe in getting fewer pieces that work well for me and my body type.

As I get older, I’m less likely to chase trends. I’m into chasing style. So glad you are here to enjoy the ride with me.

Fashion, cheese… it doesn’t get much better than that.  This month has been incredibly fun for me to share. I hope you are enjoying the tour of all the places I pick to visit in NYC. Please let me know if you stop in to any of them.

Plan your visit to Murray’s Cheese
254 BLEECKER ST. (BETWEEN 6TH & 7TH AVE.)
NEW YORK, NY 10014
(212)243.3289

Get the scoop on Murray’s www.murrayscheese.com

Other NYC ideas for foodie fun for Two Hands Soho and Stylish Tea Time in Soho

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Stylish Tea Time in New York

Stylish Tea Time in New York

February’s fashion features are all about things I love. I’m combining fashion and food and my city. Today I’m talking about having a stylish tea time in New York. If you didn’t know it already, I am a huge tea lover. I sip tea all day long. I have a few favorite brands, but I’m always on the hunt for new flavors and new spots to discover.

This month I’m inviting you along to the Harney Tea Salon in Soho. For the outing, I’m wearing a few things I love. Remember the theme of the year is wearing what you love? I shopped my closet for most of this outfit and am sharing one new top from J.Crew.

perfect outfit for nycI tossed on my favorite frayed jeans, my gold loafers and this new striped Merino wool Tippi Sweater from J.Crew.

striped sweater from J.Crew

Here’s a closer shot of the sweater. It’s got bold stripes and a Kelly green tie at the neck. It’s a nice mix of girly and sporty and can be paired with a pencil skirt or a pair of jeans.

The bag is from Longchamp called the ‘Le Pliage’ tote—I have had it for years and it’s the perfect weight and size for walking around NYC and doing a bit of shopping. It’s light and so very packable.

Favorite spots for sipping tea in NYC, Harney and Sons Soho

When I travel, I love popping into food shops. I find eating and drinking my way through cities like Paris and London help me get connected to the culture. In London, you simply can’t miss tea time. NYC certainly has a few spots for fancy tea times. this is a bit more relaxed. It’s not about loading up on sweets and treats, it’s about sipping something marvelous.

Harney & Sons Tea has been around for more than 30 years. The brand started in Salisbury, Connecticut, and that’s where I discovered it the first time. The company remains family owned and operated, but the reach of the tea has really grown in the 10 years I’ve know them. You’ll get a good sense of what the brand is all about when you visit the Harney & Sons spot in Soho.

When you pop into the tasting bar and lounge be sure to talk to the knowledgeable staff. They will set you up with a sample or two or three. With 250 varieties of tea to pick from, be sure you give yourself enough time to enjoy the process.

tea tasting bar

I tried some delicious Ceylon tea and learned that I have been using too-hot water to steep my white teas. I am sure you will pick up some insider knowledge too. This place is a treasure trove of teas and also a great spot to pick up gifts for your tea-loving friends.

Plan your visit to Harney Tea
433 Broome St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 933-4853
https://www.harney.com/pages/the-soho-shop

Other NYC ideas for foodie fun for Two Hands Soho

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How to Style a Snow Skirt

Style a Snow Skirt

My friend Kim-Marie has been a snow skirt convert for years. Me? I took a little more convincing. Last week I was at the SIA Snow Sports show in Denver. I was touring all the latest ski gear and winter fashions when I saw the Skhoop booth and just had to pop over. Now I had a style challenge—how to style a snow skirt with all the goodies I already owned.

As a reminder, this year is about loving what your already own. I already own a ton of ski gear. I have tons of warm sweaters like this old snowflake one from J.Crew. Oh and I’ve got heaps of leggings and base layers. A snow skirt? Well, that’s something new.

Style a Snow Skirt

I went to visit the ladies at Skhoop, the original ski skirt makers. This design comes from Sweden, and it’s all about smart layering. The thing about this snow skirt is that it’s really easy to slip on and off and it keeps your bum really warm.

I’m wearing the new mini skirt for 2017—it’s only got one side-zipper. The style and the denim color won’t be available until fall. But you can shop the current season, here www.skhoop.us/collections/mini-skirts.

I love this skirt for snow fun or playing with the kiddos. You don’t have to slip on bulky ski pants to frolic in the snow. The skirt is thoughtfully designed so it’s slightly longer in the back—perfect for sitting outside and enjoying an aprés ski cocoa or cocktail. It’s windproof and water-resistant. Go ahead, take it on the ice rink or the snow tube hill. This skirt is ready for anything.

Style a Snow Skirt

I paired it with my sturdy boots and black leggings. To style a snow skirt, I highly recommend black leggings to keep the silhouette as slim as possible. Another option is to pair the skirt with leggings of the same color. The skirt does have down in it, the Skhoop design team figured out a way to make a warm skirt look as non-bulky as possible.

There are different lengths available, I am keen on this short style—it’s young and fresh and it looks proportionate with big boots.

Any time you play in the snow you’ll need the accessories. I love the Chaos Hat brand. Whenever we go to our favorite resort shops out West, we see this brand. They use super-soft merino wool and hand embroidery to come up with these sweet accessories. This is a preview of Fall 2017, but you can see a similar merino embroidered ski hat here—it also has a fox fur pom (super trendy). The embroidered gloves are so sweet. They are double layered, long, and I am going to be super-sad to send these samples back.

There are a lot of things to love about Canada. One of them is outerwear. The Canadians know a thing or two about staying warm. A few years ago Sorel boots became trendy in NYC. They look ready for the Arctic with the big sole and fur trim. And I guess they are. But I use this pair as much for grey city-slush as pristine banks of white powder.

I’m not sure why I haven’t talked about Sorel before. Probably because they are so utilitarian. But this year is about being real with each other. This is what the East Coast girls REALLY wear to get through winter—sturdy snow boots.

They are incredibly warm and can stand up to the toughest slush. The Tofino Snow Boot is waterproof and has one flaw—the laces are a pain. A simple knot simply won’t stay in—so I picked the slacker style.  I double-knot the laces and then tuck them in. Now I don’t lace and unlace—I just slip them on and off.

Style a Snow Skirt

And on the theme of keeping it real, do you like the photos sans make-up? Thank goodness for an outdoor glow after a day on the slopes of Breckenridge! I took all the photos with David Neff. He’s a Vail-based photographer. We shot at the new Residence Inn in Breckenridge—more to come on that very soon. For now, you can check out David’s work here http://davidneffphoto.com/ or instagram @davidneffphoto

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Weekend Winter Outfit

Weekend Winter Outfit

I don’t know about you, but I just love knits for winter. I’ve amassed quite a knit collection and it’s my go-to look for a weekend winter outfit. The theme for the year is wearing what you love and getting style out of your closet.

The hat is from Dale of Norway, it’s usually stolen by my 11 year old, but I got my hands on it again because it matched my sweater perfectly. I slipped on my favorite slim corduroys, and sneakers, plus a funky leopard belt.

Weekend Winter Outfit

For this set of photos, I went to this great lake up in Litchfield County. My lovely friend @Lilimango (find her on Instagram) shot the pictures for me on a chilly day. The beach house was empty and I love the look of a lake in winter. In the summer, this pier is full of kids and the site of our swim team.

Weekend Winter Outfit

This is an H&M sweater I picked up in an end of season sale (though this red-knit sweater is similar), it’s got a fun sleeve and it’s a big boyfriend fit—making it the idea option for cozy weekend fun.

seavees sneakers

You’ve seen these Seavees Laguna sneakers before (I styled them with a plaid poncho around the holidays). Today I’m styling them with skinny black cords and a slouchy red sweater.

Weekend Winter Outfit

The belt is a fun detail and I picked it up seasons ago with cabi—leopard is the new solid. And I wear it all the time.

This is the way I regularly dress. I fill my weekend wardrobe with things I love. It’s easy to get dressed and makes things simpler to store. That way I can focus on weekend outings with the kids, not shopping.

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Mom Style: Ski Mama T-Shirt

Ski Mama

One of my favorite roles is that of a Ski Mama. Sure, I’m a wife, and a mom and a mom boss, but I relish my time on the slopes. I came to skiing late, I learned at 31 (thanks to Mr. Momtrends) and at the time I didn’t know what a big part of my life it would become. Now we are raising two little skiers and spend a ton of our family time on the slopes. That’s why I started the Digital Family Ski Guide and why I am a semi-professional snow chaser.

To celebrate the launch of our 2016/17 Ski Guide, my co-publisher Kim-Marie of Luxury Travel Mom and I designed these cute Ski Mama t-shirts. They come in sizes XS-L and are just the thing for layering under your ski gear or to wear on any winter outing.

Ski Mama

Extra Small // Small // Medium // Large

To show you how to style it off the slopes, Kim-Marie and I headed to Bryant Park to do some skating. Sure, you probably know about the Rockefeller Rink, but if you don’t live in NYC you might not have heard of this other skating spot. It’s FREE! All you need to pay for are skates. It’s in a great location, right near the NYC Public Library and very family friendly.

I paired the Ski Mama t-shirt with my favorite cabi denim and a fur vest. I also added my favorite winter hat from Mitscoots.com.

I picked up the cream beanie hat in Austin when I went to visit the Mitscoots headquarters. The sweetest couple founded the company. They were looking for a way to do some good and employ homeless people. The mission is to help to outfit and employ the transitioning homeless. All the hats and socks are 100% made in the USA.

The couple behind the brand volunteered helping the homeless. They studied the problem and found that clean, warm socks were a big deal to men living on the streets. The company was founded with the mission to give a pair of socks away with each purchase. They’ve stayed true to the mission and added cute hats along the way. This brand embodies everything I’m trying to focus on this year. Doing more, but not buying more.

Here’s my way of giving back, when you purchase a Ski Mama t-shirt I’m going to donate $1 to the US Olympic Ski Team to help fund the next dream. Hope you’ll get a t-shirt, wear it a ton and fall in love with this sport and time with family outdoors.

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