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On the Road: Authentic western looks are more romance than reality…

Road trip shopping in Montana and Wyoming for iconic western fashion… Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam… Where seldom is heard a discouraging word, except when it comes to the fashion that’s cloudy all day! City slicker fashion peeps have a romantic and idolized view of Western clothing. We assume that the fabulous…

Published on September 03, 2009

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Travel: The Ultimate Reykjavik Shopping Guide

Don’t Give Shopping the Cold Shoulder in Iceland…Fashion insider Jenia Molnar certainly has a background in top designer fashion. But Jenia also has the secret talent of being a global black belt for finding the best shopping of every kind wherever her travels take her, Iceland included. Check the distance on a map, consider a trip, but do read… The Ultimate Reykjavik Shopping Guide, with online Icelandic shopping links too!While shopping might not be the first reason you booked a plane ticket to Iceland – perhaps it’s to traverse lunar-like volcanic landscapes, be mesmerized by endless waterfalls, soak in steamy geothermal pools or merely renew your charter membership in the Bjork fan club – there is plenty getting and spending to be done here. If the price of a good dinner at Fish Market hasn’t eaten up all your kronur, the city center of Reykjavik lets you scratch that shopping itch with fun, elegant and/or quirky clothes and accessories. As an added bonus, the picturesque streets are great for strolling and there is always a coffee bar a few steps ahead to keep energy levels up.

Published on August 13, 2009

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Tourist Don’ts: Gym Shorts and Fanny Packs Please Go Away

Here we have it, another example of what not to wear when traveling about a big city…How to look like like a lousy tourist!The fugly fashion continues with this most likely lovely but inappropriately dressed tourists in Venice, Italy.If for some wild and crazy reason you simply just don’t get it, it’s a fashion no-no to gym shorts, fanny packs, and muscle tanks on a guy in a cosmopolitan city.In an effort to continue spreading the word of what you should and, more important, should not pack in your vacation luggage, we have some suggested reading: * Tourist Chic, Vacation dress do’s and don’ts * How NOT to look like a tourist while vacationing in Paris or any major metropolitan city * 5 Things to NEVER Wear at the AirportHappy trails!– July 15, 2009

Published on July 16, 2009

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