Welcome To Muse of Style … Montce Swim by Alexandra Grief is a swimwear line based out of the beautiful city of Fort Lauderdale. The collections are all about creating super-sexy, flattering swimwear with beautiful colors and prints. They are always inspired by mermaids and exotic destinations.
Dating back to 1882, the fedora is a must new-old fashion necessity. Sarah Bernhardt wore it for her part of Princess Fedora Romanoff in the play “Fedora” by the French author Victorien Sardou. It became a popular fashion piece for women immediately especially among women’s rights activists. Although it went
My inspiration for this ensemble was an article by Liana Satenstein on Vogue magazine titled “Can Wearing Bright Colors Improve Your Mood”. The author contacted Constante Hart, a color therapy expert, to give her insight on how her wardrobe may have been shaping her mental health.
The life of Grace Kelly was a true fairytale story. The blue-eyed beauty was an Academy Award-winning actress, model, Princess of Monaco, wife, mother, and fashion icon. Throughout her 52 years (1929-1982), she wowed the public with her elegant sense of style that defined the glamorous 1950s.
Wynwood is a neighborhood in Miami, Florida. It is north of Downtown Miami and Overtown, and adjacent to Edgewater. Wynwood has two major sub-districts, the Wynwood Art District in northern Wynwood, and the Wynwood Fashion District along
The choker necklace “chokers” has been around for longer than we may know. Many think of them as a 90’s trend but they have been around since the late 1700’s. They were first seen during the French revolution on women paying tribute to the death. During the early 1800’s, this type of accessory