Swanky Seconds I found a duffel bag for my trip to London and I talked a friend into a smart pair of boots for her travels. Owner Allison Rozek is a savvy fashionista and has an eye for the best in true pret-a-porter. This store is a fantastic find!
Swanky Seconds, 2223 East Capitol Drive; Shorewood, Wisconsin 53211;
414-313-4042 IInventory is also displayed in Outlet on Kanuga Bend in Hendersonville, North Carolina and Decades in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Success In Style in the Washington-Baltimore area is a non profit organization providing career wear to men and women in need. See them at www.successinstyl.org.
Sr. Edna's Creations. Every time I see my friend Anne Rice, I comment on her necklace, bracelet or earrings. Wow! Charming! Gorgeous! And, it's always the same answer: Sister Edna's Creations! So, this lady earns the distinction of catching the imagination of so many in a very crowded market of handmade jewelry. Bravo! Charming creations to benefit an organization I've been honored to see operate firsthand. See the jewelry. See the Center.
Not only do I wish I had long ago discovered this perpetual calendar for recording important dates (before I missed those important dates), but I wish I had met Margery long before now. She is a treasure of information on etiquette and fashion and a great human being. See her work or order her book at www.margerysinclair.com.
Quivvers. Remember the George Costanza wallet? Maybe a fellow you know has one. Or, maybe not. The guy you love is a minimalist and George's wallet never had a
chance at his back pocket.
Either way, Quivvers melds utility with style in a way George never learned. Take a look:
*Wear inside or outside the jacket
*Lots of pockets for stuff
*Made in the USA
Go to www.quivvers.com to find out more. Its creator, Amy Bendfelt Barnum is based in my hometown, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
So, why I do I tell you about this here at ISYFashion? Because women are smart and they'll buy it too!