NEW Accessory Suite™
SEASIDE by Andy Paige®
Check out Andy's gorgeous new Summer STYLE IN A BOX™ Accessory Suite! This beautiful, on-trend collection will have you enjoying summer to the fullest!
NEW Style Tips
- Summer Hippie Chic — Modern Tie-Dye!
- Yesterday, while getting a pedicure, I witnessed a woman get up from the pedicure chair and expose the bottom ridge of her panties as they actually hung lower THAN HER SHORTS! Yes, this...
- Boozy Feet!
- I am in love with shoes this season. The trends call for stable heels, substantial straps, lots of lace-ups and comfy cork. The shoe angels have smiled on us all, and comfy, adorable...
Style On A Shoestring
by Andy Paige
Book Review by Lainie Petersen, Money Crashers
"It's a vicious cycle and a catch-22: You’re cash-poor and don’t want to rack up a lot of credit card debt, so you skimp out on buying quality clothes. Unfortunately, your ill-fitting, cheap-looking wardrobe doesn’t earn you respect at work or do much for your self-confidence, so you get passed over for opportunities that could get you a raise. But without career advancement, you won’t get the money you need to afford clothes that can make a good impression on your boss and coworkers. Sound familiar?"
"Fashion journalist Andy Paige (a former fashion and fit model) specializes in rescuing women from this cycle by teaching them to dress well on a budget in her book Style on a Shoestring: Develop Your Cents of Style and Look Like a Million without Spending a Fortune. She recognizes that looking and feeling good in your clothes boosts your ego along with your earning power. She also knows that a “bargain” that doesn’t fit, feel or look right is going to end up relegated to a corner of your closet as an unworn, unrealized wardrobe investment."
"Style on a Shoestring is more than just a fashion guide. Paige grew up in a household where cash was scarce, so she learned frugal habits early. She knows how to scour sales racks, supplement a clothes budget by selling clothing to consignment stores and pick out killer accessories at thrift stores. She breaks down frugal fashion strategies so that even the most clueless shopper can build a great wardrobe on a small budget." Read the full review