In some fashion universe, TV's fashion cheerleader Carrie Bradshaw is probably talking to her husband, John James "Mr. Big" Preston, and gazing at all of her shoes. After all, the former Ms. Bradshaw, a lover of shoes, missed her ferry ride home during an old episode of HBO's "Sex and the City" after slipping out of a designer shoe and crying out, "Wait, I lost my Choo!"
When the days are short and the nights are long, there’s no better way to brighten a party outfit than with sparkling accessories. Jeweled hair clips, metallic headbands and crystal pins will add shine to any look, and not just for the holidays.
The Market 301 holiday edition is this weekend at the Manchester Music Hall at 899 Manchester Street. Loads of local vendors will be on hand including Henry Dry Goods, Miss Molly Vintage, Bourbon Ware, LC Pottery, Thirsty Hearts Design and more.
"Go big or go home," says New York City milliner Christine Moore to first time Derby hat shoppers. The designer helps clients find their perfect hat in Louisville's Rodes clothing store, which carries her line of hats, as the Derby approaches. She says the hat must match both one's personality and the occasion. For the Derby? A hat needs a "thrill" factor.
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