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Once reviled, ugly Christmas sweaters are now haute. In fact, some are nixing their more traditional holiday party themes and having ugly sweater parties. There are even companies are rolling out ugly sweaters for the holidays, though I much prefer the old-school, cringe-worthy vintage holiday sweaters. Just because you are wearing an ugly sweater doesn’t mean that you have to wear atrocious shoes. Here’s a few favorite pairs to offset those ugli-licious sweaters you may wear. Let it Snow! Snowfall varies state to state, with New York state topping the list in average annual snowfall, at 123.8 in.Read Now »
Its holiday time, but you probably didn’t need us to break this news to you. And along with holidays comes gluttony and increased calories. It is an enormous challenge to pass up the temptation of luscious creamy dips and mouth-watering potatoes swimming in butter. But a new study offers insight for how to manage the walk of shame down the buffet line. A 2013 investigation found that, “Serving healthy foods first in buffet lines improved overall meal selection.” In other words, the first foods encountered on a table of treats are the ones most selected.Read Now »
Pantone color of the year for 2016 is a softer take on color hues, for the first time the top hue for 2016 is a blending of two shades ... serenity and rose quartz. That’s right. The shade color experts at Pantone who have every year picked one color that they believe will be reflected in the following year’s fashion, home décor and design have departed from tradition to predict that the blending of the two colors. These professionals have identified that the dominate color next year will be a merger of delicate pink rose quartz and the soft blue of serenity.Read Now »
Are you passionate about software? If you are fanatical about technology and the development of apps, then 2016 could be a year filled with opportunities and significant salary prospects. Every year, professional services company Deloitte ranks the fastest-growing North American tech companies in its Fast 500 list. As Monster.com revealed on their website, the results are in for 2016 and the software industry dominates this year’s top ten.Read Now »
Are you a Millennial? And if you have to ask what a Millennial is, then you are likely not proud member of this youthful demographic comprised of 15 to 29 year olds. But if you or a family member fit into this group of individuals entering into adulthood, you’ll be interested to know that YouthfulCities has compiled a list of the most affordable cities for growth and opportunity. This list has a caveat, however. In order to take advantage of the top location providing the highest minimum wage for Millennials, you’ll be required to travel half way around the world.Read Now »
The world is shrinking. Not literally, of course, but international borders are becoming blurred as information is shared and technology evolves. For example, the University of Illinois now broadcasts its Fighting Illini college football games in Mandarin, the most widely used language in China. And when examining the student body demographics, this comes as no surprise.Read Now »
Djibouti may be a small African nation on the Gulf of Aden, however if the hustle and bustle of major African and Middle Eastern tourist traps makes you bristle, then it may be a fine choice for an adventure. If you want to go off-the-beaten path, trek through Djibouti with us. Djibouti has been inhabited since Neolithic times and the first Afroasiatic-speaking populations arrived in the region during this period from the family's proposed urheimat in the Nile Valley or the Near East. Pottery predating the mid-2nd millennium has been found at Asa Koma. As a nod to Djibouti’s antiquity, look at the Navie sandal by UGG.Read Now »
With Hanukkah just around the bend, you may be mad dashing a little more lately to get your preparations together. If you’re dusting off the menorah and finding your Aunt Edith’s latke recipe, you’re off to a fine start. Perhaps it’s time to hammer out a list of Maccabean-inspired gifts. Let’s face it. Eight nights of gift-giving is a tall order. Outfit the whole tribe in some new shoes this Hanukkah. Tots love the holiday season. As you illuminate the menorah, it’s always fun to watch your kid’s eyes light up too. Our littlest need special shoes to keep their feet warm in the gelid weather.Read Now »
Happy Birthday, Sagittarius! Fiery, yet flexible, Sagittarius is definitely a live and let live personality. They are the explorers of the zodiac and need superb shoes to keep up with their wanderlust. Here’s some footwear we think will serve The Archer perfectly. Sagittarius the Archer is ruled by Jupiter the planet of luck and expansion, so that explains the persistent twinkle in their eye. They are typified by a brilliant shade of purple, symbolizing the comingling of zeal (red) and intuition (azure).Read Now »
We are so inundated with images of a fat, bearded, rosy-cheeked Santa Claus that we forget that other cultures have different renderings of the gift-bestower of holiday season. Here’s a rundown of a few other cultures’ alternatives to our more corpulent St. Nick. Italy
Italians credit a beneficent witch clad in black with bringing holiday treats on January 6th. Complete with bewitching accoutrements like the conical hat, La Befana comes down the chimney in her broom. Itching to dress up like Befana, ladies? Be sure to order the Embellished Boot in black by Boston Proper in time for Epiphany.