Alexandra Wallace-Currie is a mother of three children (and six puppies and a fighting fish), and knows that not every Connecticut soccer mom can rush off to Paris. This fashionista knows what works for her and her friends, and here are her thoughts on what women in Connecticut will be and should be wearing this spring.
Plan accordingly for this year’s April Fools’ Day gag. From gag gifts to magic tricks or funny t-shirts, there are plenty of options when shopping at one of these local stores.
Alexandra Wallace-Currie makes it her business not just to track but also to anticipate fashion trends, and here are just five of what she sees as the “hottest” trends in Connecticut this spring.
Finding a new piece of furniture to accent your home or office can take time. To make things a bit easier, shop at local consignment, antique or thrift stores.
A woman often dreams about her wedding since being a little girl. Whatever the theme or image for the perfect wedding, an important part is the women chosen to stand beside her. Finding bridesmaids dresses is made easy at some of Connecticut’s best boutiques.
Whatever your guy’s needs or interests, you’re bound to find something suitable for Valentine’s Day at one of these Connecticut shops.
If you have any pesky hair you’re desperate to remove, your best bet is to book an appointment at one of these Connecticut waxing establishments.
Get creative this Valentine’s Day and pick out a perfect, unique gift. Here’s five gift ideas to get you started.
Getting a manicure can be a relaxing way to pamper yourself. These salons and spas will leave you with awesome nails and relaxation.
Consider these local companies when you want to look radiant without worrying about what you’re putting on your body.
This Fourth of July, wear your patriotic spirit on your sleeve…or face, or feet, or anywhere! Here are some cool, weird, and funny July Fourth inspired fashion ideas using America’s national colors of red, white […]
Though now enjoying 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. as their home address, for years the first family came home to 5046 South Greenwood Ave. in Chicago.