What could be easier than throwing something on that instantly makes you look prettier in one step? This is precisely why summer dresses are consistently on our wardrobe must-have list during warm-weather months.
From short and flirty floral dresses to super-comfy maxi dresses, our Zappos private label brands have your dress needs covered this season. What a lovely way to beat the heat!
Hat Attack was founded by husband and wife team, Bill and BJ Gedney, in 1981. A few years later, they launched an expanded collection of accessories including bags, belts, cosmetic cases, slippers and cold weather accessories.
Hat Attack has earned a reputation for delivering collections that have a classic sensibility, but always touch on the seasons’ trends through color, fabrication and trim details. Each season, an in-house design staff led by BJ Gedney, creates an original, trend-driven collection of hats and accessories. Bill Gedney and his production team, carefully control the manufacturing process.
In addition to giving a fresh look to classics such as twill crushers, trappers and berets, the Hat Attack design team draws on emerging trends to create hats and accessories that add a contemporary accent to key sportswear and ready-to-wear silhouettes.
Using some of the finest materials, Hat Attack’s signature spring/summer materials include raffia, panama, toyo, sea grass straw, cotton canvas and linen.
In fall/winter, their fabrications include solid and patterned wools; fur, both real and faux, shearling, and novelty knit yarns. The velour and fine fur felts are hand blocked and hand trimmed in their factory in the Bronx, NY.
Ivy & Blu Maggy Boutique is built on a belief that a dress should be more than just an item of clothing. A dress is a woman’s source of self-expression: the perfect wardrobe solution. They believe the right dress can elevate a woman’s mood, provide a certain authority in the boardroom or confidence on a first date.
Ivy & Blu Maggy Boutique understands what a woman wants. Renowned for their fashion-forward yet approachable styles crafted in high-quality fabrics they create dresses that enhance her style along with her outlook, every day. Ivy and Blu Maggy Boutique has a dedicated in-house creative team that not only designs each season’s line, but also develops a range of signature prints featured in every collection. Providing a wardrobe of chic and feminine dresses to complement a woman’s multifaceted lifestyle, they offer a variety of dresses that can be worn for work, out at night, and on the weekend.
Rodeo season in full swing all across the country. So, we thought it was befitting to feature some of our top names in Western boots to get you ready to saddle up for a great season ahead. Whether it’s a small hometown rodeo or the NFR, we’ve got a great selection of Western boots, accessories and clothes to get you in the spirit!
Sometimes, it’s just more fun to have bells and whistles. Case in point, these summer sandals are made even better with just the right touch of embellishments. From cool studs to floral appliqués, these stand-out sandals just might inspire you to treat yourself to more pedicures this summer!
Known for its cutting-edge fashion, contoured shapes, and superior comfort, 2(X)IST™ creates fashion-forward underwear and apparel designs to fit men's lives.
Founded in 1991, 2(X)IST has grown to become an iconic men's lifestyle brand with a style and fit for every occasion. 2(X)IST leads the evolution of fabrics, materials, and technology to create better fitting underwear, apparel, and accessories for style-minded, confident, modern men.
Mark your calendars; Mother’s Day is May 12th! Why not give mom little tokens of love and appreciation with beautiful watches and jewelry? These great gift choices are perfect for showing mom just how precious she is to you.
Millinery is the art of designing, blocking and trimming head wear using the finest materials. The word millinery was derived from the city of Milan, known for producing beautiful materials used in hat making. Tonya Gross Millinery uses traditional hat making techniques to produce modern couture and ready-to-wear head wear.
From hedge fund to head wear.
Tonya’s love for hats started at a young age. Finding hats in antique shops, deconstructing them and remaking them with beautiful trims, was her creative outlet and a way develop her personal style. At 35, and many years into the financial services industry, Tonya had her “career epiphany”. Tonya left the hedge fund industry (and financial security) with a goal to lead a more creative life that would utilize her background in finance and love of design and accessories to launch her own business. Tonya studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago to hone her skills and design aesthetic while exploring materials, sculpture, and hand sewing. Tonya won a Raymond Hudd Millinery Award for Best Collection from the School’s fashion department.
Tonya Gross produces seasonal, bridal and Kentucky Derby couture and ready-to-wear hat collections. She also collaborates with clients to produce one-of-a-kind head wear and has produced hats for the cast of the Real Housewives of New Jersey and designer Pamella Roland for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York. Tonya was awarded Hat Life Publishing’s “Hatty Award” for her contributions to millinery in 2008.
In 2007, Tonya Gross Millinery was launched in East Ukrainian Village, Chicago, IL, with goals to: build a sustainable and profitable business, make a substantial contribution to the resurgence of hat manufacturing in the US, and to create new jobs in the fledgling Chicago fashion industry through an MIT or “milliner in training” program.
“One of the many joys of creating head wear is helping others exude confidence and identify his or her unique personal style. When someone tells me, ‘I don’t look good in hats,’ or ‘my head is too small or too big,’ I look at this as a problem to solve!” says Tonya. “I aim to evoke confidence and uniqueness with every quality hand-finished hat that will endure the test of time and trends. I like the idea of pushing a traditional industry like millinery forward, using old techniques to make new, modern accessories.”