Shoppers spend millions of dollars at JC Penney each quarter. A more popular department store might not exist. Of course, the company sells clothing for both men and women. Everything from casual to formal attire is available. Consumers tend to spend a lot of money at this particular retailer. Fortunately, they can lower their expenses by utilizing JCPenney Coupons. Such coupons are widely available.
For instance, JCP coupons are often available through ads produced by the company. These advertisements are often found on the retailer’s website along with multiple coupons. Coupons tend to change from week to week, so consumers need to act quickly. Otherwise, they might miss out on great opportunities. JCPenney coupons are often found in the Sunday newspaper, too. Some online coupons are regularly listed online for use through the company’s website.
In the end, JCPenney coupons are widely available today. An individual can save hundreds each year by using these JCP coupons. Too many people pass on them, assuming they won’t save that much money. However, nobody should miss out on this opportunity in today’s world. Clothing can be expensive, but coupons help lower JC Penney’s already low prices. Anyone can take advantage of these coupons.Read More
So here we are, almost to Christmas. It’s not too late to get those clothes you want for the kids or the husband. We’ve been very impressed with the new lineup at JCPenney. In fact, their new standard pricing on mens, womens and childrens clothes is proving to be a hit during the holiday shopping season.
If you are going to do some last minute online shopping on JCP online, get a promo code first to save some dollars. In fact, if you get over to JCP.com now, you can probably still get shipping to your home in time for Christmas.
Fashionistas, I had a great time helping you with trends this summer. Labor day is right around the corner, and now it’s time to put away the color-blocked bikinis and those white pants. Fall is approaching and that means changing the wardrobe. Fortunately, fall doesn’t have to be a drab season. It’s a time of contrasting style where people can have a little fun before winter weather hits. This year, one of the trends to look out for: tweed.
Embrace UK Fashion
To get a little technical, tweed is a type of wool. It’s a little rough, but it’s purposely unfinished to make it quite flexible. It can be plain, though; when most Americans think of tweed we picture a patterned look with subtle, interwoven colors. Right now you’re likely thinking of Sherlock Holmes and Victorian England.
Tweed became popular in England, Scotland, and Ireland for outdoor sports. The trend has cycled in and out of American fashion for decades, and now it’s back again.
Tweed Looks to Try
- Academic: Traditional menswear prints besides tweed are very in this year, lending itself to an academic look. Pair a tweed cardigan with a pair of Oxfords or try a tweed pleated skirt and embrace your inner Catholic schoolgirl. You can look book smart or cute and flirty when pulling off the academic look.
- Capes: Look out Count Dracula, capes are back in. Wearing a cape hasn’t been a thing since the 1960s, but now designers like Valentino and Jill Stuart are featuring capes in their fall lines. Try a plain cape over your tweed outfit on a chilly day.
- Oversized Coats: People are still wearing very fitted clothes, but any sort of coat this year is going to be on the big size. Finding a tweed jacket won’t be hard or, if you like, just find a coat to accent your tweed skirt.
- Hats: Here’s another accessory for you. To complete your British-inspired look, why not throw a hat on? Fedoras and bowler hats are both very hot this year. You can feel like you’re a member of the Downton Abbey cast while looking cute and trendy.
This summer, one of the hottest trends has been color blocking. Even the fraternity brothers you saw wearing sweatpants to class everyday in college are rocking a pair of salmon pants. Color blocking isn’t going away and will only be getting bigger this fall.
Color Blocking for Beginners
While color blocking is a must for any fashionista, it can be a pretty scary trend. Color blocking requires you to be bold, flashy, and draw lots of attention. If you are concerned about looking like a circus clown, start small. When you begin color blocking, start off by Googling the color wheel. Stay safe by going with colors you know are complimentary or colors that are in the same general family. Something you can also do is go with neutral colors paired with some bold metallic accessories.
Color Blocking Looks to Try
• Denim: Colored denim pants are everywhere these days and one of the hottest color blocked looks. Grab your pants and throw on a light-blue shirt and some neutral flats. You’re going to look really hot.
• Color Blocking at Work: I’ve worked in offices before where they want no-nonsense attire. You may have to tone it down, but color blocking can make work a little more cheerful. Mix a sleek, black look with some bursts of color. The black will keep the color toned down and professional, but still offer some fun.
• Clashing: This is a look to be tried only by seasonal color blockers. Grab two hues of the same color that are just slightly off from one another. You can add bold accessories to make this look even fiercer.
• Prints: Graphic, eye-catching prints are also big this year. You can combine two trends in one for a radical outfit. You want to start with the graphic piece and then choose colors to block it with. Neon and citrus tend to go great with prints. Since your clothes will be very bold, you’ll want to keep accessories and your makeup rather minimal.
• Pastels: A more basic color method is to block pastels with darker shades. This can work well at work or be used for a striking fall look.
For me, choosing what I’m going to do with my hair is more stressful than picking out an outfit. Should I chop off my wild mane and go for a Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby-Vidal Sassoon-look or should I just go for the sock bun today? If you’re like me, then you might find some inspiration in these fall 2013 trends. These are all looks gathered straight from the runway.
Sometimes when I’m at work and getting stressed, it just has to be ponytail time, and I can get down to business. Even with a ponytail, there’s still a trendy way to do it. Ponytails right now should hang low around the nape of the neck. Some designers are emphasizing the looseness of the ponytail by having pieces frame the face while others have girly, playful tails or sharply parted ones.
Side Faux Bang
I’ve known plenty of women who stress over whether to go for bangs or chop them off like it’s a matter of life and death. This season, try a fake side bang by sweeping the hair over your face to create a low-hanging, side part. It’s cute and a little boyish, plus you don’t have to make a longish commitment to the dreaded bang.
A huge runway trend this year was models who appeared to have wet hair. You get wet hair, or hair treated with product, then pair it with a beautiful outfit. If this seems a little sloppy, you can style the “wet” hair by twisting it, parting it, or combing it.
Maybe I’ll just leave the socks for my feet as perfect buns are way out the door. Designers have carefully created natural, deconstructed buns this year. While you don’t want to look like you just rolled out of bed, a loose, messy bun is going to be seen all over this fall.
This really is the year of casual. Let your wild mane go free this year. Plenty of runway models were sporting looks where the waves were falling free of their previous spirals. You can achieve this look by doing a quick run with a very hot curling iron. There’s no need to go heavy on the hairspray either for this look.Read More
I’m expecting to see lots of gray this fall, as it is now the new neutral color. Sure, the halfway point between white and black has always been a neutral color, but it’s super trendy right now. Gray used to be associated with gloomy, cloudy days and drab business suits, but gray has made a comeback. Gray can be a look all to itself or can do a fabulous job accenting other colors.
With clothes on the racks, you’re never likely to see a true neutral gray, but rather shades of gray: perhaps 50 or so. Sorry about that, but I had to. Anyway, you’ll most likely see either warmer or cooler grays. When looking at warmer grays, they tend to have a more yellow or browner look to them and sometimes can even look like beige.
A cool gray will have a slightly blue look to it, and will be a bit icy in appearance. They’re meant to be fierce and sharp. Now, you can stay with all gray or pair it with other colors. So what goes great with gray?
Pairing Gray With Color
• Yellow: Since some grays appear to have yellow undertones, you can get accent them with a bright yellow. This will make the gray appear brighter, like the sun popping out of the sky on a cloudy day. Gray and yellow is for a fun, flirty look.
• Green: If you favor a bohemian, earthy look, but want something less your mother’s Woodstock clothes and more chic, then pair green and gray. You’ll still show that you’re one with mother nature, but the look will be trendier than the standard green and brown.
• Pink/Coral: Usually pink is considered to be ultra feminine, too girly, etc. Pink is always cute, but not always trendy. If you add some gray, though, then that’s another story. You’ll look like a thoroughly modern and chic fashionista.
• Plum: Plum is a very eye-catching color when put against gray. You want a lighter gray to make the plum stick out or else it will all just be dark and drab.
• Pastels: While this is a fall fashion post, a pastel with gray is perfect in warm, summer weather. It gives the gray a bit of a fun spark.
There’s long been a coastal rivalry between the East and the West, which extends far beyond Biggie and Tupac. It dates back to those who wished to stay where our nation was founded and those who wanted to go on an adventure, trying their luck out West. For fashion purposes, it’s also extends to beachwear. We looked at the hottest swimwear earlier this summer, but now let’s break it down by region.
If you’ve ever visited New York or Boston, you know people there take a very direct, no-nonsense approach to life. Beach combers like to look cool and chic, but looks there are very functional and more serious than their West coast counterparts. Overall, you’re also likely to find people more covered than in the West.
On the East coast, you’ll see lots of metallic shades in all swimwear and beachwear; they like a more severe look out there. More sporty influences are also the rage (try out a crop top the next time you’re headed to the beach). Classic, retro wear is another in option. Those on the East coast looking to show their sexy side a little more go with cutouts. These are one-piece suits that show skin without revealing everything.
When those first pioneers started out West, they didn’t know what they were going to find and prepared themselves for adventure. This same sense of bold fearlessness is still alive on the West coast where people like to be casual, fun, flirty, and playful with all their clothes. Everything tends to be tighter and more form fitting while bohemian vibes abound.
Let your inner bohemian girl go wild with crochet accents at the beach this summer (just remember to water test first). Fringe and ruffles are also very big on the West coast this year, which is definitely something you would rarely see on the East coast. West coast style is a little louder, so you’re going to see a lot more graphics this year out there than on the East coast. Besides flower child prints, fashionistas are rocking all sorts of crazy prints and graphics.Read More