Tuesday, October 18, 2011
You can take a closer look at these beautiful pieces on our facebook page or visit iniam.com to shop this look on our new Ecommerce site!
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
The holidays are steadily creeping up on us...are you ready?
We just received some pieces from Trina Turk, including the pictured "Loni" dress, that are absolutely perfect for the holidays.
Visit our facebook page and look through our "new arrivals" album to take a look at a few other Trina pieces or come in to iniam and we'll help you find the most fab holiday outfit!
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
This cape is not the only piece worth swooning over. Check out our "must have coats" album on our facebook page for more...
Oooohhh, I love fall!
Monday, October 3, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Talk about a statement dress!
We love the "burning love" print on this drape dress for fall! The silk, weighted cowl neck dress creates a look of effortless sophistication. Ruffles of luxurious silk fold and cascade at the neck and hem line to create movement, balance and refinement while the self fabric tailored waist gives definition and form.
Need to have this classic, yet modern piece? We have it at Iniam!
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Check out a few of the new Theory items we just got in for fall. Make sure to stop buy to see even more from Theory!
Monday, January 25, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
From the design atelier to executive suites, celebrities are joining the ranks of some of the most coveted designers in the business.
The latest is Sarah Jessica Parker. The “
"As part of the arrangement, the actress will own an equity stake in the firm, joining a group that includes investors Harvey Weinstein and Tamara Mellon of Jimmy Choo. She will also have a seat on the Halston board alongside Weinstein and chief executive officer Bonnie Takhar. The unique arrangement will give her an integral role in shaping the strategic direction of the iconic brand — and could change the way celebrities look at future fashion deals."
Halston + SJP = WINNER!
Monday, January 18, 2010
As if that wasn't exciting enough...I found a great pair of shoes, AND they're on sale (I love the nude color -- I say pass on the other colors). Heel height is not too bad and though they may seem conservative, if you pair them with skinny jeans and and the top or boyfriend jacket of your choice, well you can throw conservative out of the window.
Friday, January 15, 2010
The top is lovely in white, but I opted to buy it in black for iniam. You've got to come in and check it out...it won't be available for long!
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
I bought a great dress the other day. It was on sale, then on sale, and then on sale. Sounds like it was something that should have been thrown out, but honestly it's a great dress -- fantastic drape, comfortable fabric, slimming fit and exposed zippers on the sleeves to give the dress a little edge. Honestly, it's perfect. I would show you a picture or share a link but as I said it was on clearance -- there is no evidence of it. So then why waste your time talking about? The dress has a "but". The dress is short. In fact, it's About 4 to 5 inches above my knee. And since I am all leg, I find myself walking a tight rope between hip and hooker chic.
Maybe I'm exaggerating a bit, but at the end of the day the dress is shorter than what I am comfortable with. I'm a little conservative but I also have "see through," pasty white legs. Worst of all, the hereditary varicose veins are starting to rear their ugly heads. Typically I just stay away from short dresses, or I buy them in the winter when I can cover up my veins with a great pair of tights.
I meet so many women that just aren't happy with a particular part of their body. I hear it all: "my arms are too fat," my "butt is too big," my thighs are chunky," "my boobs are too busty"...the list goes on. The irony is that when I look at these women and there "problem areas", I can objectively say that those "areas" don't look bad at all! In fact, they look great and should be show to the world. We all have our issues but should those issues really rule what we can or can not wear. Why should we prisoners to our figures. Instead, we should embrace what we have and enjoy what the world of fashion has given us. My legs aren't one big vein...sure the coloring could be darker and more even, but should I turn my back on short dresses forever?
We have to accept that we are what we are. And truthfully, what we are is beautiful. We come in all sizes and shapes for a reason. Feel empowered by your body and what you have been blessed with.
The moral of the story is: I am keeping the short black dress.
Monday, January 11, 2010
So I'm not back to real writing until wed, but I had to share some exciting news. Guess who is getting Elizabeth and James shoes? Yup, iniam is the new home to EJ shoes starting April 2010! Oooh, there are soooo many more goodies on the way! More news to come....