No names here, but if you or someone you know recently came under some gentle (or otherwise) pressure to start dressing “more like an adult,” you’ll want to pick up or download a copy of this weekend’s City & Shore magazine.
Is it possible to look more your age without also totally losing your style? We asked local experts – and it turns out yes, you can totally pull off dressing better – without losing your individual style.
“People who call me are not stylish people by nature,” says Anne Morrissey, one of three personal stylists and fashion experts you’ll meet in this special Fashion Issue. “They may be extremely successful in all facets of their lives, but their wardrobe is just something they struggle with.”
After a wardrobe update, Morrissey says clients will often tell her that they feel more confident and that people treat them with more respect. “The effort is attractive,” she says. “People associate good qualities to you just based on how you are dressed.”
We’ll also see what’s new and stylish in exercise wear, meet dapper Miami Dolphin Albert Wilson, find out the secret of South Florida fashion icon Zola Keller’s success, tour the 1,200-square-foot his- and-her closets in an $18.975-million Delray Beach estate, offer tips for how to dig out of debt (possibly after buying an $18.975 million estate in Delray Beach), slip into a new Blazer (OK, it’s by Chevrolet, but work with us on this) and muse on (and on) a bit about the marvelous and fashionable Mrs. Maisel, who’s been in town recently filming a new season of the hit Amazon series.
All this and more in the August Fashion Issue of City & Shore, in print, online and digital this weekend at http://www.cityandshore.com/