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Independence Day Style Guide

In Fashion, Trends on July 4, 2013 at 2:17 pm

Whether it’s soaking up the sun by the pool, relaxing at a backyard barbecue, or watching the nighttime fireworks from your favorite lookout spot, we all have our ways of celebrating our country’s Independence Day. One of our favorite ways to show our patriotism is, of course, through fashion! There are so many fabulous ways to show your love for the stars and stripes. Read on for some Independence Day fashion inspiration!

Look #1: Classic Stars and Stripes


If you’re into tradition, what better way to show your patriotism than by rocking our nation’s red and blue stars and stripes? Keep the look modern by going with U.S. American flag high-waisted shorts (they’re all the rage right now!), or sporting a faded U.S.A. flag crop top or tank!

Look #2: Nautical Stripes

Image 1 of Vero Moda Nautical Stripe Shift Dress    Whetherly Maryam Stripe Tank Maxi Dress in Red (red/white) - Lyst

Want to try a twist on the traditional American flag outfit? Take some inspiration from its most recognizable features – stripes! We are all crazy about Nautical stripes right now, and sporting them in red or navy will show everyone that you know how to show your pride with style!

Look #3: Accessorize, Accessorize, Accessorize!


Now if you want to show your patriotism in a more subtle fashion, this look is for you! Rock a bright red sun hat at the pool or a pair of navy blue sunglasses at that barbecue. When it comes to accessories, there are endless possibilities. Accessorizing is an effortless way to add some patriotism to any outfit!


Andrew Ashton of LaPosh Styles Fashion Week

In Fashion, Trends on September 13, 2010 at 2:31 pm

The main focus of a fashion show is always the garments.  From exaggerated shoulders to sequined military jackets, we are all dying to see what will be next on the runways.  As important as the clothes, however, are the other components that make up a look.

If a model were to step into the spotlight with sloppy, untouched hair, this could easily disrupt the beauty of her dress.  From Paris to New York, all collections must have coordinating hairstyles.  Thankfully, Tampa Bay has Andrew Ashton.

Of LaPosh Salon, Andrew Ashton is the magic behind the beautiful models of Tampa Bay.  Soft curls with that pink lace top, edgy volume for the black leather piece, sophisticated chignon for the chic, tailored dress.  Andrew can achieve any look for any design.

The runway extravaganza for Tampa Bay will soon be upon us.  As you study each garment with delight and awe, do not forget to take notice of the hair, styled with perfection by Andrew Ashton of LaPosh. Also, catch Andrew and his team on Studio 10 this Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 10am. They’ll be taking runway hair and make-up to every day wear!

White Blazer

In Fashion, Trends, Updates on March 10, 2010 at 4:23 pm

The Boyfriend Blazer has been a fashion staple for quite some time now, so it’s no surprise that along with the fashion seasons our boyfriend blazers must also be revamped. Instantly update your wardrobe  this Spring by swapping your black blazer for a white one.

With your new white blazer, the possibilities are endless! Dress it down with a basic tee and a pair of shorts for a day-time look while running errands, shopping or meeting the girls for lunch.

Need a fresh look for a night out on the town?  Pick your favorite cocktail dress and instead of reaching for that black blazer, go with your white one. Don’t be afraid to pair it with a cute floral dress or even bright colors! The white blazer has a lot more potential for the Spring/Summer color palettes and looks amazing with vivid colors and bold patterns. For a more casual look pair your white blazer with your most flattering pair of skinny’s, a simple top and a fierce pair of pumps! ( a la Gwyneth Paltrow)

Not only does the white blazer  update your existing wardrobe for this year’s Spring and Summer looks, but it’s the perfect addition to those chilly nights we’re still having! (Burrr…)

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