What to look for in a swimsuit? The cover-up, of course! Don’t leave the home without it. In our opinion a strapless suit that has an attachable strap for swimming or a suit with straps that you can take down easily, are the best for style, comfort and ease. This is a universally flattering suit, whether your shape is apple (larger on top, smaller hips), pear (larger on bottom, smaller thighs), or banana (straight up and down). For more details on choosing a flattering style, see our video below. Meanwhile we went to SAKS.com and found this amazing selection - ALL ON SALE!
Happy Memorial Day to all. We went shopping at Brooks Brothers for a little patriotic red, white and blueness and we absolutely fell in love with this bright red bag. A pop of red is very much a fashion trend this season. No matter where you are headed from Newport to the New Jersey Shore well-priced traveling pieces will get you in the mood to celebrate summer!
The Museum at FIT Sporting Life explores the relationship between active sportswear and fashion over the past 150 years. It is a cleverly curated and lively exhibit that can be enjoyed by all ages. Even your little ruffians will stand still and and be fascinated at the sometimes comical designs and juxtapositions of sports apparel through the ages. Featured are fashions by designers such as Claire McCardell, Norma Kamali, Stephen Sprouse, and Isabel Toledo. Sporting Life is organized by curators Jennifer Farley and Colleen Hill. To visit the Museum or to become a member of the Couture Council, please visit The Museum at FIT.
Here at W2WW we are really looking forward to the excitement of the 2011 French Open (also know as the Roland Garros) and getting back on the tennis court ourselves. Jennifer Oken, our gorgeous and sporty Tennis and Golf Editor has brought us a super section of court attire. While others may opt for bold colors on the court, we love the fresh, classic look of white.