It’s Spring Fashion Week here at The Shopping Channel and we have everything you need to bring your wardrobe up to date for this FRESH new season! Read on to learn about some of our must-have spring fashion essentials.
The spring season is notorious for being pumped with bright colour, and this year is no different. Infuse vibrant colours into your wardrobe with bold dresses, hand bags and shoes!
Our Sam & Kate Carrie Double Buckle Hobo is available in great spring colours which include green, teal, and white. This spacious handbag is outfitted with pebble grain leather and a unique double leather detailing weave throughout the top edge of handbag. For added convenience, this purse is detailed with a magnetic snap closure and an additional adjustable shoulder strap.
One might say that shoes make the outfit, that’s why we love these Libby Edelman Ballet Flats. Available in white, pink and turquoise, these shoes are sure to put your best foot forward-especially during the spring season. The cut-out medallion with designer’s initials on the front vamp is sure to keep you stylish while the flexible rubber outsole keeps you comfy and stable.
Our Liz Lange Ultimate Tie Front Maxi Dress is ideal for the warmer months because of its versatility. It’s loose fitting and will keep you cool while you’re in the heat, but its length gives you coverage from the sun’s rays and offers warmth on chilly nights. Get it in fuchsia and this dress will easily take you from spring to summer!
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What green changes have you incorporated into your everyday? The Shopping Channel is marking Earth Day with easy, green home solutions that will have you using less, using smarter and giving a little something back.
Oxygenics Evolution Hand Held Shower Head
Get more shower with less water - this Oxygenics shower head saves 20% to 70% of water & energy!
Today’s Showstopper: $38.74 (save $21)
Easy Pay: 2 x $19.37
Kermit was wrong when he said “it’s not easy being green”. It’s getting easier and easier each day as more and more manufacturers opt for organic, eco, ethical and local. As a shopper, this can be overwhelming. At the best of times, it’s difficult to weigh up the pros and cons of every purchase. But these labels can add another factor to that decision-making process.
My strategy is much the same as what it is for shopping in general: I buy what I love. If what I love comes in a more environmentally friendly or ethical option, it’s a no-brainer to trade up. But I would never buy something just because it’s got one of these labels attached.
I also think more holistically about the green movement. It’s not just about how the product was made or where it came from, it’s also about how I use it. Is it something I’ll wear or use for years to come? Will its use in turn have a positive environmental impact. And, most importantly, when I’m finished with it, how will I dispose of it?
The following are my 3 most recent green investments:
(1) Organic towels: Oh so soft Turkish cotton, this purchase had as much to do with comfort as with environment
(2) Linda Lundstrom Julie’s top: A great neutral top that I can wear with jeans or a skirt. That empire shape hugs the thinnest part of my body and gentle ruching conceals any lumps and bumps (not that I have any, of course;) And did I mention, it’s made of completely natural tencel?
(3) Caitlin straw bag: I love this retro look and I’ll be lugging everything from groceries to books around in this all summer
Now, your turn, tell us what you think of going green!