It’s an understatement to say that those of us with free range of movement in our arms and legs don’t realize how easy it is to shop for clothes. We complain about being in-between sizes, feeling disappointed by our favorite designers, or getting overwhelmed by massive high-street chains—so many options, so little time . . . the struggle! Of course, if a disability confines you to a wheelchair, your options are reduced to a mere fraction of all of that. When you’re sitting all day and, in…Continue
In the summertime, air conditioning can be both a blessing and a curse. You’re roaming around outside in the sweltering heat (or a hot, soupy mess, if you’re in New York City), sweating, panting, aching to stick your head in a freezer. Then you go indoors. For a moment you feel relief, but then the arctic-level chills hit, and suddenly it’s winter again. This indoor-outdoor temperature fluctuation can make getting dressed in the morning a real conundrum. Do you wear the least amount of…Continue
It’s finally rooftop season—also known as summer, for all non–New Yorkers. From the Insta-worthy views at the Standard Hotel’s Le Bain to the vodka-infused popsicles at the Conrad’s Loopy Doopy, there’s no better way to end the workday than with a refreshing drink in hand and the city skyline as the backdrop. The only obstacle? A dress code at the door.
Winter or spring, rain or shine, there’s nothing like scoring a big-ticket item on sale—especially when it actually matches the climate outside. This spring, the delayed arrival of warm weather across much of the country has extended the opportunity to wear transitional, multi-season layering pieces at the very moment they’re being marked down. (Consider it a consolation prize for the cooler temperatures.)…Continue