Fashion:

Design Detour

A Conversation with Linda Holt, Design Consultant for Merrimack Valley Home It’s a dark winter day, but even with the snow falling outside, Linda Holt’s Boxford studio is bright and cheerful. A corkboard holds neatly pinned pictures and fabric swatches for inspiration, and a nearby stand displays shells and pieces of sculpture. A few steps away,… Read More

Liz Michalski

Designing Trends – Kitchen & Bath Trends

This January, I had the good fortune to be one of 18 design bloggers chosen to attend the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, also known as KBIS. This annual event in Las Vegas is the largest kitchen and bath show in the world. Spread out among several buildings and thousands of square feet of showrooms,… Read More

Linda Holt

Right as Rain Style Guide

There are many ways to describe a New England rainfall — drizzle, downpour, shower and drencher to name a few. Thankfully, there are just as many ways to dress for one. We’ve “poured” over the latest wet weather looks for spring and compiled a virtual closet of rainwear created for coverage, comfort and style. You’ll… Read More

Alyson Aiello

Style File – Secrets of the Sharp Dressed Man

I admit it. I’ve always found menswear to be something of a mystery. I’ve wondered how a bright red and green paisley tie seemed to match perfectly with a purple pin-striped dress shirt. Or how all those layers — the undershirt, the dress shirt, the vest — never look overdone. It all looks just right, all... Read More
Alyson Aiello
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