Sharon & Brad are schvitzing inside to show you how to dress to stay warm outside! There’s more snow and some major winter chic still to come, but we’ve got you fashionably covered in this episode of Impromptu Madness.
The shoptastical twosome help you how to dress (reasonably?) chic in horrible winter weather.
It starts with some well-cut pieces that are made for the chill and then with a few essential tips, you will be good to go outside in the nasty cold and still look hot.
Brad promises NOT to say something off color this time and it’s making him a bit, how should we say? Hum, watch and see…
Winter Weather Dress Tips to Look Chic in the Cold- Impromptu Madness with Sharon Haver and Brad Boles, Episode 26
Sharon is wearing a Prada Sport knit hat, Yves Saint Laurent aviator glasses, Maison Martin Margiela funnel scarf/hood, and a Viktor & Rolf winter jacket, her own of course.
Sharon Haver is the founder and editor in chief of FocusOnStyle.com. Brad Boles is the editor at large and also a reappearing cast member and Jill Zarin‘s gay husband on The Real Housewives of New York City.
Sharon Haver and Brad Boles have been collaborating for years.
They met on their first cover shoot for VOGUE Mexico, "back in the day," as Brad likes to call it. They continued to booked as part of fab fashion trio for photo shoots- Sharon as the fashion stylist, Brad on makeup, and the late North Rebis on hair. Either making everyday clothes look more exotic or couture even more fantastic, they became longtime friends on the other side of the scrim.
Sharon is the founder and editor in chief of FocusOnStyle and Brad is its roving editor at large and regularly seen on "The Real Housewives of New York City" as Jill Zarin's gay husband.
Still continuing to finish each other's sentences, but not always in total agreement, Sharon Haver and Brad Boles will have you in stitches and looking pretty amazing too. Watch Impromtpu Madness for video style tips and listen to Focus on Style Talk Radiofor more fashion chat. They are presently writing a style book and developing a TV series.