Handmade gifts continue to add a special touch to the holidays. Check out any of these specialty shops for an amazing shopping experience.
Forget the department stores this year and stay away from the malls by traveling to specialty shops and boutiques that bring Hollywood styles to Minnesota. Let’s face it, the holidays are more fun when you look fabulous.
Stay up to date with trends by reading these Minnesota style blogs.
As Billy Crystal’s Saturday Night Live character Fernando Lamas said: It is better to look good than to feel good. That was a joke, obviously, but there’s some truth to the idea that when you look good, you feel good. And the one place that might be most true is during a job interview.
Have more time for fun this holiday by shopping online.
Skip the big-box retail madness that is Black Friday and visit these local shops in Minnesota instead.
Find out what styles are hot for men and women this fall around Minnesota.
Minnesotans have made their mark on the fashion industry through costume design, customized creations and retail enterprises. These designers are some of the best.
Get your Halloween costume for less when you shop at some of these budget spots around the Twin Cities.
The comfort of a good pair of shoes creates a relationship that can last a lifetime. Take good care of them at one of these local shops.
Follow Bethenny Frankel’s tips for packing light so that your luggage doesn’t slow you down on your next trip.
Outfit your home for less with the best places in Minnesota to score stylish, pre-owned furniture.
The Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon is less than two weeks away. Though the presumption is that you need to really loosen the purse strings to buy the appropriate pieces of clothing for running, the truth is that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get the right kind of gear.
How you dress can speak volumes about your personality and confidence in one glance. Find the suit that speaks accurately for you with these Minnesota expert tips.
The Twin Cities may not be New York, Hong Kong, Montreal, London, Paris, or Tokyo. But Minnesota does has a budding fashion scene. The Hackwith Design House Spring 2014 collection will debut on the runway Sept. 25 as part of Minnesota Fashion Week.
Whether you wish to shop for that vintage pair of jelly shoes or start up your own booth, check out any of these flea market finds.
For a great manicure, pedicure, shellac or full package that won’t break the bank, try one of these Twin City salons.
Best friends Spencer Barrett and David Burke are trying to capture the “northern lifestyle” with a new Minnesota based clothing company, Great Lakes Apparel. With a blue loon as their logo, the guys hope to take the lake living Minnesotans love to the masses.
Minneapolis and Saint Paul are full of vintage stores. Here are those that shouldn’t be missed.
Follow these tips from Minnesota style mavens and co-owners of Primp, Michele Gudmunson and Wesley Uthus, to look fashion-forward this school year.
Shopping for purses is fun, especially when you know where to look. Here’s a list of the best boutiques in Minnesota.
Everyone wants their homes to be beautiful and these Minnesota businesses are here to help.
There are an abundance of jewelry stores in Minnesota, but these are five of the best.
Clueless about planning a baby shower? Read these tips from a Minnesota expert.
For unique, back-to-school style that will start the school year with a bang, try one of these Minnesota boutiques.