Saturday, October 4, 2008

A dose of economic reality on the runway!

Lela Rose recently dished out a dose of runway reality.  In this difficult economy designers are selling less and less of their high end pieces and realized they needed to get real or go home.  For the Fall Fashion week show Lela Rose paired her couture clothing line with her PayLess shoe collection. Sigerson Morrison will be releasing their new shoe line for Target on October 12th, stating that with today's textiles available, the limited-edition line will be wearable, comfortable, affordable, and well made.   

With trends having only a one to two year life span, why would you bother spending top dollar to look current?  But putting a little more money in those timeless pieces that you will save from year to year makes good sense.  

A Lacoste polo dress, argyle sweater, and v-neck pullovers are staple items for your wardrobe.  These are go-to items that you can pull out of your closet for daily wear.  A Lacoste polo dress can be worn alone, belted, or paired with riding boots.   An argyle sweater can work with anything from a pencil skirt, dressy trousers or jeans, or layered under a jacket. These are the timeless looks that are appropriate for a day out shopping, work attire, or lunch and drinks with a friend.  Our Lacoste items (new items just in) are now 30% off!

I can’t say that I understand the mess our economy is in.  But I do understand that the economy affects all of us.  And Speck is working hard to bring in everything from jeans, to bags, to pashminas at a price that is affordable.  So stop in.  You will leave with a look that is on trend and in budget.  


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