Friday, October 30, 2020

Fashion Link

Cold Weather Outerwear Is Snow Joke


The trench coat is a timeless classic, evoking images of undercover spies and elegant movie heroes or heroines. It has been around for decades as a wardrobe staple, as its purpose is functional, but worn properly it can be a sophisticated piece of outerwear.


Build Your Footwear Wardrobe for Easy Dressing

Whether you’re a shoe lover or you feel like a misfit when it comes to shoes, one thing is certain: We all wear them. Chances are we need ones we don’t own yet. With lifestyle changes, you could be requiring a different type of shoe. Fashion offers new styles using updated technology. Shoes are a quick way to add style to any


Fall Hair Trends of 2018

In contrast with the decreasing temperatures outside, hair accessories are rising, and appearing more and more on the runways and red carpets this season. Hairpins of all types are being used to add pizzazz to any type of bun, updo or half-updo style. Bobby pins placed in unique patterns are


How to Get More Enjoyment From Your Wardrobe

Do you look at your wardrobe, shrug and want to walk away? Are you uninspired? Do you wear the same basic uniform every day? Have you thought about calling it quits with fashion?

Just so you know, everyone gets into slumps about what they’re wearing. It often takes months and


Flying Colors Outlet Store Soars Into Teaneck

Imagine what shopping could be like if Off Fifth (the outlet division of Saks Fifth Avenue) carried clothing catering to modest fashion. That idea is now a reality in Teaneck, with Flying Colors Outlet opening its doors, offering designer children’s apparel at reduced prices.


Fall Into Fashion With the Season’s Latest Looks

While the Fashion Link has already discussed the difficulties involved in the early arrival of Rosh Hashanah this year, retailers are unpacking fall fashion daily and trends are in full swing. For anyone looking to get a head start on fall fashion, even if they can’t necessarily wear it right away, Adrianne Mittan of


Desperately Seeking Fall Fashion

It’s been a long hot summer, and you can’t wait to get out of your summer clothes and into something fresh for fall. But when you look at what you have in your existing fall wardrobe, it makes you want to go into hibernation. This can happen to the best of us. It may be that you’ve been restyling your old clothes in several


At Solène, Waxing Is Out, Tweezing Is In

Good skincare goes hand in hand with beauty. Solène, Teaneck’s most in-the-know women’s boutique, is all about beauty, in its stunning hats and statement fascinators, and above all, in its clients. Beauty products, skincare, hosiery and accessories are all curated at Solène with the shared purpose of helping


Five Mistakes to Avoid When Purchasing a Sheitel

It feels as if the summer just started and it’s so hard to believe the chagim are just around the corner. For those desiring a new fresh look for Yom Tov, now is the time to do so. There are so many questions one has when purchasing a wig, and almost everyone, unfortunately, has either experienced personally or knows of someone


Transitional Fashion for Transitional Weather

As the end of August approaches, students and parents alike must face the reality that another school year will begin. Among the 36 pencils and 12 glue sticks, everyone also shops for a back-to-school wardrobe, followed by a relaxed perusal of clothing as they get ready for the chaggim a couple of weeks later. This year,


Cooling Summer Hair Looks

We all love summer and enjoy partaking in outdoor activities. But with the summer heat comes the challenge of trying to deal with good-looking hair hair while keeping cool. The extra weight of a sheitel can at times make the heat unbearable. Luckily, with the current trend of


Hats Off—Make That On—to Summer’s Sun-Safe Fashions

Not to scare readers (well, maybe a little scare is okay), but according to the American Academy of Dermatology skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, with an estimated one in five Americans diagnosed over the course of their lifetime. The Fashion Link spoke with Dr. Michael