August 26th, 2016 by kpriss
Remember those SATC days when Vogue was feeding us more than the usual burger? Forget that! Forget your favorite blogs, the IG accounts you’re addicted to! Google is now telling us what the next fashion trends will be!
Google is telling us where to eat, when to go, how to drive… now it’s telling us what to wear! Believe it or not, it’s Google’s second year at publishing the next Fashion Trends! It is but a work of putting together numbers and cookies all meant to help the consumer pick faster, shop faster, wear faster. Think. No. More. Google has your back!
August 9th, 2016 by kpriss
I have a long lasting love story with ruffles. And this is one short story I’ve put together, trying to ‘sell’ ruffles to you. Because you’re worth it! -_^ Remember the liberating movement of the 20s and 30s? It was not by accident that the first really short dresses ever worn by women had ruffled hems and were perfect for dancing all night long (The Great Gatsby, anyone?)!
How familiar are you with the overwhelming magic of ruffles? and by that I mean how many ruffled items do you actually own and wear? (should I start, maybe? – you don’t have to ask twice! I own over 30 ruffled, gorgeous items in my wardrobe.) Can you distinctively name the occasions you’re choosing to wear ruffles above all else and why?
June 15th, 2016 by kpriss
Let’s discuss ripped jeans for a moment! Let’s pretend we’re sipping on a cup of coffee or tea one rainy morning and chatting the drops away, we’re debating the issue of pre-ripped jeans against the good ol’ wear and tear.
If anyone asks, I’m a jeans girl at heart. The jeans issue only becomes debatable when summer temperatures rise up and the call of linen gets to me. And although I pledge for simplicity, the pair of jeans I trust completely will have to get me through rain and storm, through bloated days and willowy days just as comfortably. Do you have one like that? Then you must have a magic denim or something, that’s shrinking and dilating in the blink of an eye!
June 14th, 2016 by kpriss
Some of you know me from the beginnings of Stylefrizz. Some have joined the adventure along the way and some are just random, accidental readers. I welcome and love you all and today I’ll be giving back a lesson I learned through all these years of ‘blogging’.
The most important thing I learned – fashion wise – is that style is not a simple word. Style is an attitude. Style is the most complex and yet the most simple way of expressing one’s personality. Scroll down and I’ll tell you everything I learned and how you too can learn to discover, build and cultivate your own Personal Style/Fashion!
June 3rd, 2016 by kpriss
If there’s a secret behind sophisticated looks, then it’s all in the accessories game! I’ve turned my head after a handful of ladies around town and it was all because they had a little ‘extra’ in their outfits – the necklace, the scarf, the bag, the belt, the earrings…
Something about the right amount of dazzle for the otherwise normal people could be just the difference between the same recipe made in your kitchen and a sophisticated presentation of a restaurant plate. Oh, you know me and my long introductions! It’s like entering the New Year with fireworks – I want it to be special! Kris Design’s beaded jewelry, however, are more the fireworks to my story this time!
May 20th, 2016 by kpriss
How familiar are you with Adidas Yeezy? Do you know, for instance, that the Yeezy Boost 350s is the most awaited sneakers release this year? And do you know that last year they sold out in mere minutes and you can find them on ebay for thousands of dollars? Yes. A pair of sneakers (textile upper) priced at $4,000 (and more)!
Did you know all that? I was barely aware of the madness surrounding the Yeezy sneakers, yet it doesn’t surprise me one bit. I find it’s quite relevant for today’s society values.
May 11th, 2016 by kpriss
I was appalled! That Met Gala Red Carpet was a disgrace! I keep telling myself I should be more diplomatic and accept more as the years go by. Instead I get increasingly more nervous and annoyed by the new perspective on fashion and style via celebrity! I’ll tell you more about it!
So the new Metropolitan Museum Of Art’s Costume Institute Exhibition this year (from May 6 through August 14) is about Fashion in the Age of Technology. Suggestively titled ‘ManusxMachina’, the exhibition could actually surprise you, as aptly presented by its curator, Andrew Bolton ‘I think people are expecting the exhibition to be about robots, and it really isn’t about that at all. It’s about rather subtle hidden technologies.’
May 2nd, 2016 by kpriss
As my kids lined up to watch Ariel for the 20th time, I was peeking at the Little Mermaid’s adventures with one eye and the other anxiously perusing the fashion newsfeed. Here’s what I found:
As you may have read in my latest episode of Living a Fashionable Life with Autoimmune Disorders, I recently shortened my hair. The next day,my daughter asked me to cut half her hair length. Which I did, eventually, with tears in my eyes. And as she’s watching Ariel, right now, she stormed out the door looking for a scarf and came back with a pony tail and her scarf tied to the pony tail, mimicking a very, very long pony tail… I’m looking baffled at her and back at my screen where a trend is announced ‘the bob haircut is dead’ with pictures of celebrities wearing looong extensions as a justification.