Have you ever been with someone who is shopping for new clothes and tries on a dizzying number of items only to leave empty handed? Did you see things they tried on and didn't like; what did you think? We all have that fantasy of having that model figure. The reality is we have to face the facts and our body type, size and shape, and what we can afford.
What woman doesn’t love shoes? It seems to be in our DNA, truly a gender thing that women love them while men seem more times than not indifferent to them; for the former they are an extension of ones emotions and fashion personality, while for the latter more of a function over fashion.
I don't like sports like football or baseball, but I do workout daily either strength training or cardio. If shopping was classified as a sport then I would easily wind up in the playoffs! I love to read Marie Claire, Vanity Fair and Glamour magazines, as well as Oxygen and Prevention, wether electronic or in print. It's not that I want to run out and be into the latest looks but it's what drives retail and it is awesome to be on top of what is now. It is so fluid and changes rapidly. You might ask; Why do I care?
4 weeks in March provides the world’s top and best known designers to roll out their new look for summer and spring.
There are many different approaches to choosing the right bag, and Tasi explores yet some more.
This is a question I am asked ... a lot. So here are some tips to help the TG woman decide what is best for her!
The latest leather must-have comes in three shades, provoked a waiting list of more than 900 when it was announced and caused a frenzy in the U.S.
In my first article, we talked about the proverbial “Little Black Dress” as the “go to” dress for all occasions, being a neutral color that can be accessorized in many different directions. We demonstrated that approach with some red accessories. However ...
Hi, I’m Tasi and I love fashion. That’s probably saying a lot since I’m an out and about MtF cross dresser, and transgendered. No one was there for me in the beginning and like many cross dressers fresh out of the closet, I didn’t have a clue what looked good on me and what didn’t, or where to shop, or what size I was or a million other questions that would help me to be passable and blend in with other women on the street.