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Author Archive | Sharon Haver
[Disclaimer: All questions must be submitted from a parent for those under 18 years of age]Dear Sharon: I’m writing for my 5th grade daughter. Here are her questions to you: I’m unsure of what would make me look not like a dork or not too fancy. Should I wear make-up? Where should I shop? Do you know any way for boys to get to like you! -Betwixt and Be ‘Tween (AOL) Dear Betwixt and Be ‘Tween: Before we go any further, my sweet diva-wannabe,…
MATERNITY SHOW STOPPERS… What to Wear When You Are A Little Bit Pregnant Dear Sharon: I’m just about three months along and would love to keep my pregnancy private for a bit longer. I really need some maternity fashion tips to keep my bump under wraps until I’m ready to share it with the world. I’m exuberant about the baby, but not the type to keep talking about being a mommy-to-be and still not quite ready for “real” maternity clothes….
Black tie. Black tie optional. Formal. Semi formal. Cocktail. Before you go mad, consider these wedding dress tips to help you decide what is appropriate to wear for someone else’s big day.
Wedding Round-Up… What to wear with what at a wedding
What, You Didn’t Dream About Walking Down The Aisle! WEDDING MUST-HAVES FOR THE SHY BRIDE
Lost 100 Pounds and Wants to Wow the Gang Back Home
Let’s look at a few top reader questions to help boost men’s style confidence and a some makeover advice too… Rx for a Shot of Self-Confidence Dear Sharon: I’m a 21-year-old male college student and I have a little problem. I live a nice life- no one would probably guess this would ever bother me. But I have a major lack of confidence about my looks, specifically facially. I just think I’m ugly and don’t know what to do. I’ve tried facials, different hairstyles, Stridex,…
Suger Coat Daddy-Effortless Outerwear High On Rugged Men’s Style
Dear Sharon: I know I’m overweight and have as much sense of style as an aardvark. My hair has a shapeless (un)cut that is graying and I would consider some hair dye. In the past, this never seemed to bother me. I’m a man who has spent more time concerned about developing my mind rather than my appearance. Now that I’m approaching 50, my post-hippy club kid look has passed its prime. I’m a successful Internet designer and professionally competing with…
Men’s style tips from master tailor Gianni Campagna to look totally chic
How to dress in separates. Regional dressing advice from moving from Florida to Washington, D.C.