Monday, January 31, 2011

Success! Saturday's Clotheshound Event at 101 lounge

A BIG Thank you to all who came out on Saturday to our trunk show at 101 lounge. First of all- what a fantastic venue! 101 lounge is a swanky lil' place featuring unique orginal art work. We had a private room upstairs for an intimate gathering for our guests. Bryce supplied us with yummy appetizers as well as a ticket for
 a drink from the bar.

We highly encourage you to come check out one of our events, because we have such a large selection of adorable fashion finds from vendors such as Karlie, Whish, Gentle Fawn, C luce and many more! This was my first peek at our line and WOW is all I can say. So many sweet and sexy items that you are going to NEED for your closet STAT!

We couldn't forget about accessorizing your new fashion finds with some stand out statement jewelry pieces. Mary Bee's jewelry was also in attendence at this trunk show. Mary Beth is a freshman at NCSU and her talent exceeds her age three fold. Mary showcases dangling shoulder dusting earrings as well as long and short necklaces that are on point with the current trends we love! Mary Bee's assortment ranges in a very reasonabley priced $15.00-$30.00 per item.

You can even get custom orders from mary
Email her at
or call her 919-602-8047

If you missed this fashionista's dream event, don't worry! There will be plenty more coming up soon! Plus, Spring is just around the corner so it's time to stow away those winter duds and revel in the skin showing tanks and leg loving dresses that are sure to make a star appearance in Clotheshounds- "gotta have it" line!

To keep you drooling here are some of my faves I found at the show!

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

The Most Wearable Spring 2011 Trends according to Glamour

Spring 2011’s Most Wearable Fashion Trends

I don't know about you guys but now that Christmas is over I am so ready for Spring! I can't wait to wear dresses, short sleeves and new trends. Check out the most wearable trends according to Glamour Magazine.

60’s Coats

70’s Slinky Dresses

Military Jackets

High waisted flare jeans

Happy prints

Flatform shoes, not flat and not a platform but a flatform

Trench dresses

Sheer layers

Something simple & rust color

Japanese inspired trends

Neutrals & nudes

Preppy accessories

Big bangles

Serious pants

Citrus colors

Comfy clothes

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Become a Stella and Dot Stylist

Talk about a resolution! Becoming a Stella and Dot Stylist can help you kick off a stylish and lucrative new career (full-time or part-time), set your own schedule, and join an amazing community of women who are styling their own lives. Sign up in January and receive $450 in free jewelry of your choice (regularly $350) to kick start your career in style. Who’s in? Click here for more details.