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he nation's capital has long been known as a place full of stuffy gray suits and neatly pressed ties, but these days, designers are loosening the top button.
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello talks about the ins and outs of shopping consignment.
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello takes WTOP shopping at Second Time Around in Georgetown for this spring's newest fashion trends.
Nepali by TDM, based in Potomac Md., sells scarves and accessories made by Nepalese women, who use the proceeds to pay for health care and education.
New sneakers aimed at pre-teen girls are getting kicked around by some mommy bloggers.
Join WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley and Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello as they break down the best dressed on the red carpet, the speeches and who takes home a shiny gold statue. The live blog starts Sunday at 7 p.m.
WTOP's Heather Brady spent a few hours dancing in a corset at a Victorian Ball. A few hours was more than enough.
Washington fashion experts predict peplums, and Grecian goddess one- shoulder necklines will be popular among women ballgoers, while men will sport slim-cut tuxedos with a pop of color at inaugural parties this weekend.
Fashionistas have a new way to sell unwanted clothing and accessories online.
WTOP's Randi Martin was caught in a riot when she tried to get her jacket from coat check at a Maryland Inaugural Ball for President Clinton's inauguration. She provides some tips for surviving the night.