Tips on how to purposefully bring vintage into our wardrobes from Second Time Around.
With all the festivals and weekend fun here in Austin, it’s great to be stylish but it’s important to be comfortable as well.
SoLa Boutique’s got you covered with fashion tips that are mulit-forecast friendly.
Kiss N’ Makeup shared tips on picking the right pallet for your skin tone.
Tiffany Burg of Clothes Mentor stopped by the studio Friday to give us the play-by-play on our fashion for this Sunday.
Catelyn Silapachi of online boutique The Distillery joined us in the studio to share her top tips for shopping vintage.
Leopard looks from one of Austin’s favorite fashionable women.
Grayscale Salon showed us various braid styles that you can practice at home.
Designer and style blogger Emily Hallman joined us to talk tulle and it’s many ways.
Creating beaded treasures with Bead It.
Temporary tattoos that add sparkle to your look in a flash.
You might be over it, but don’t stick it in the giveaway pile just yet! Tips on what’s hot for resale from Buffalo Exchange.
Laura del Villagio with The Design Lab visited us in the studio on Monday to show us how to create some basic accents for hats.
Edie Kemp with Sew Much More joined us in the studio Friday to show us how we can get great detail and trim work using a twin needle.
Some fancy finger work from local all natural nail salon Sugarcoat Nails.
A leap of faith leads a Hill Country shoe designer to help women everywhere put their best foot forward.
Seasonal staples get a variety of looks to stretch your style this fall.
Sew Much More spoke with us about attachments and the endless possibilities.
Matt Swinney with Austin Fashion Week, along with local designer Lindsey Creel visited us in the studio Thursday to share all that the Austi…
Learn about the traditional hat making methods that Texas Hatters has been using since the 1920’s!