RUE LA LA LEAD STYLIST PARTICIPATES IN A BOLDFACERS POP-UP STORE AT THE W HOTEL, BOSTON
We’re not always psyched when things “pop up” on our to-do list out of nowhere, but this stylish surprise was one we weren’t opposed to clearing our schedules for. On Thursday, January 27, Boldfacers hosted a Stylemakers pop-up store at the W Hotel in Boston. Imagine a room full of racks, each bursting with clothes from sixteen of Boston’s most fashionable tastemakers (most with tags still on, we must add). The experience was like raiding the closets of some of our favorite local style icons, and we walked out with our hands (and bags) full of amazing finds (our style writer scored everything from a vintage cocktail ring to a flowy bohemian dress). Continue reading “Stylist Spotlight: Lauren D’Avolio” »
AN INTERVIEWWITHJOSHWILSON, RUE LA LA PROJECTMANAGER
We always prefer the scenic route. So in preparation for our upcoming Experience from Ciclismo Classico, purveyors of bike tour vacations in foreign locales, we sat down with our very own Josh Wilson, who recently toured Tuscany with the company, to get a taste of his experience.
Rue La La: How is traveling on a bike different from, say, a bus tour or cruise? Josh: This is a much more personal and hands-on experience. You are slowly riding through the countryside so you take in the smells, sights, sounds, and people in a way that you can’t in a bus.
Rue La La: We love getting around on our bikes, but… what kind of intensity are we talking about? Josh: The average route for our tour was about 40 miles per day and included one or two challenging climbs. There’s flexibility built in each day – those who want to do more miles and see more of Tuscany can break off from the main pack and do an extra loop. It’s a great opportunity to ride faster and climb harder and I looked forward to them each day. Continue reading “Five-Minute Pow-Wow: A Stylish Bike Trip” »
Just two months ago, we launched Rue Boston. Now, we’re growing, moving into more of the cities we love. December saw the launch of Rue Seattle, making our first big mark on the West Coast. And after just one month in, we can’t get enough of it.
We’re scouring some of our favorite cities from coast to coast. Rue Seattlezeros in on the city’s best insider hotspots; exclusive events; and coveted fashion, food, and entertainment. If you live near Seattle (or love to visit), be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for our daily Rue Seattle Pick. We’ll keep you in the loop on all the city’s can’t-miss happenings.
Let us know how we’re doing. After a month of delving into the Seattle scene, we want to check in with Members and see what you love, what’s been missing, and what you want to see more of. And we’re always taking suggestions – email us at LocalTips@RueLaLa.com with the best things to do in your neighborhood.
THE CAN’T-MISSBOUTIQUEEXCLUSIVELYFORFACEBOOKFANSOPENSTODAY AT 3PM ET
Rue La La Facebook fans: now that you’ve “liked” us, we’re doing something special to show how much we like you back. Today at 3PM ET, we’re opening The Final Sale Boutique, a can’t-miss, two-day spree exclusively for Facebook Fans. It’s deliciously simple, and trust us, you don’t want to miss out. Here’s how it works:
1. Like us on Facebook.
2. When the clock strikes at 3PM ET, head over to our Facebook page.
3. Find the “Get Access” tab along the top of the page.
4. Click “Go to Rue La La,” and voila!
5. Take a deep breath… and get ready for the thrill of the hunt.
If you’ve already “liked” us, you already have access. Just remember, you need to go through the Get Access tab on our Facebook page – that’s the only way in.
As many Members already know, Final Sales are not for the faint of heart. Take a look at our Final Sale Survival Guide to get a little extra insider advice on how to make it through victorious. Consider it an exclusive holiday treat to the best Facebook fans imaginable.
Whether it’s the secret ingredient in the eggnog, the way you wrap a gift, or how you put yourself together for that not-to-be-missed party – when it comes to the holidays, it’s all about your personal spin. And this season, we’re celebrating that personal style. In a big way.
We’re Letting it Rue in the way we dress, the gifts we give, the way we decorate. And we’re dedicating Behind the Keyhole to showing you different ways to Let it Rue in every aspect of your life this holiday season.
Over the next six weeks, look right here for holiday decorating tips, tasty recipes, and must-have fashion advice from style experts. This will be the year you give a gift so amazingly wrapped, they almost won’t want to unwrap it. When your turkey is talked about long after the leftovers are gone. Think of this as your guide to kicking everything “normal” about the holiday season up a notch.
One part of Fashion Week that has stayed with us (other than the unforgettable spring/summer collections) since Lincoln Center in September are the beauty trends we saw both on and off the runways. More often than not, the makeup on the models is the last ingredient to bring each designer’s collection to life, and one that inspires our day-to-day beauty routine. We’ve pulled three of the most prominent makeup trends off the runway so you can pull them off in real life.
RUE LA LA STYLISTMAUREENTACKLESTHIS SEASON’S BIGGESTQUESTIONS
One of Rue La La’s very own stylists, Maureen, dishes on how to wear this season’s must-haves.
Q.How can I look fun and flirty but not silly at age 40? – Julie C. A. Just because you’re 40 doesn’t mean you can’t be cute and flirty! But when you reach a certain age, some of the sexier trends can look like you’re trying too hard, so err on the side of caution when dipping into trends like leopard or leather shorts. Why not try a fitted, skinny cigarette pant paired with a pretty, tucked-in blouse? That look can be very flirty yet sophisticated. Or, try a rich jewel-tone feminine skirt with a cashmere top. And heels always add a touch of fun and confidence to any outfit. Continue reading “Style File: Your Fall Fashion Questions Answered” »