Fashion line Marie Oliver empowers women through style

Founded in 2015 by Sarah Doggett Evenson and her husband Peter, this Greensboro, North Carolina-based clothing line prides itself on “empowering women through the joy of style.”

Signature core pieces, in addition to a seasonal line, boast bold prints and sumptuous fabrics.

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Catering to the woman who is looking for timeless and modern pieces, Marie Oliver makes curating your wardrobe effortless.

Darby Blouse in Midnight Paisley, $268 by Marie Oliver at Monkees of the West End-A striking paisley patterned blouse has a glamorously bohemian edge; dressed up or dressed down.

Pixi Vegan Short in Sienna by Marie Oliver, $198 at Monkees of the West End-Make an ethical & smart sartorial choice by opting for a vegan leather short. This style can be worn now or layered in the cooler months with tights and a cashmere sweater.

Backpack in Driftwood by Hobo,

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Paris Fashion Week SS22 Women Street Style Looks

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 has wrapped up on a strong note. For the past week, France’s fashion capital has welcomed the new season amidst a year of uncertainty and the return of physical fashion shows during the COVID-19 era. The city rejoiced at the comeback of one of fashion’s most anticipated weeks, seeing creatives and fashion admirers alike show up and celebrate some of the most coveted designers in the industry.

This fashion week was one to remember with brands like Balenciaga taking runway presentation to new heights by creating an episode of The Simpsons to showcase its SS22 collection to Olivier Rousteing celebrating his tenth year as Balmain‘s creative director with a star-studded runway.

With an abundance of dazzling events, Paris Fashion Week show-goers dusted off a year of quarantine with their new seasonal bests, dressing in the best street-influenced leisurewear. This year, Paris ignited a masterclass

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Fashion Over 40: How Alison Lumbatis is Helping Women Everywhere Usher in A New Chapter in Style | State

DALLAS, Sept. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Fashion at its core is rooted in individuality, unique expression, and fun. That said, society has perpetuated the stigma that women over a certain age or women who have had children are subject to a specific style that leaves little room (or time) for fashion-forward thinking. The societal pressures that are put on women’s fashion and style can breed insecurity, frustration, and even shame — but one mother of three is dismantling the status quo to empower women everywhere to embrace fashion and do whatever makes them feel pretty. Alison Lumbatis, founder of the world-renowned fashion blog Get Your Pretty On, has masterfully created the Outfit Formulas styling program to help women of all ages, sizes, and backgrounds dress to impress in what makes them feel best. 

As an industry expert with over a decade of experience, Alison Lumbatis set out

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‘Sporting Fashion’ showcases the evolution of women and sportswear [Unscripted column] | Entertainment

With so much heartbreaking news and so many head-smacking decisions, is there space to consider the history of women’s sportswear?

Yes.

I’ve found “Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960” to be not just a comforting distraction from the latest pandemic surge, but a look at how style, gender and women’s sports have evolved. There’s so much virtual programming that I almost don’t mind not seeing it in person at The Frick Pittsburgh.

Construction, detail and form aside, these outfits seem like they’re from another planet. There’s an ensemble a woman would wear in the 1890s for mountaineering. Try rock-climbing in a flowy skirt and a shirt with poofy mutton sleeves. To go swimming in the 1900s, don’t forget your personal changing tent that hangs from your neck.

We’ve moved past that era.

Or have we?

I geeked out on this exhibit as I was watching the Olympics. More

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