Amazon is a having a Prime Day-level mega fashion sale this week

This sale is a fashion-lover's dream.
This sale is a fashion-lover’s dream.

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Each and every day, we here at Reviewed track down the very best deals Amazon has to offer. Today, you’re in for an extra special treat, however, as the online mega retailer’s first-ever Big Style Sale of Summer has arrived.

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What is The Big Style Sale?

A Prime Day of sorts for fashion lovers, this massive savings event will not only offer deep discounts on pieces from the company’s own in-house labels, but impressive price cuts on a slew of top-rated brands, including Cole Haan, Columbia, J. Crew Mercantile, Kate Spade, Tommy Hilfiger, Vera Bradley, Reebok, Ray-Ban and

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Mall Owner Rick Caruso on Pandemics, Protests, Getting America Shopping Again

Paul J. Carlson

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“You know what, we’re back,” said Los Angeles retail real estate impresario Rick Caruso, surveying the smaller-than-usual but not insignificant crowd on a recent weekday afternoon at The Grove, which reopened June 10. “We’re back,” he repeated for emphasis, eyes gazing out at his kingdom over a businesslike black face mask, while sitting at an outdoor table at a sushi restaurant.

Since 2002, The Grove has been a center for a city without one, drawing more visitors annually than Disneyland, who flock to the open-air shopping area and faux Main Street with dancing fountain and an old-time trolley ride, where fireworks blaze on the Fourth of July and it “snows” in sunny California at Christmastime.

After closing in March because of the coronavirus, The Grove was due to reopen June 1, but the plan was scrapped May 30 when the Black Lives Matter

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The Dresses Fashion Girls Will Be Wearing This Summer

Paul J. Carlson

It probably comes as no surprise that in my role as an editor, I spend a rather large chunk of my workdays researching emerging fashion trendsshare-worthy shopping finds, and buzzy or on-the-rise brands. Every once in a while, however, I’m lucky enough to have one or any combination of the above categories simply present itself to me, instead. As you probably guessed, such is the case with the topic of today’s post—Rat & Boa’s dresses which have recently taken over my Instagram feed at somewhat of an exponential rate.

While the brand, which launched in 2015, is not particularly new, as most labels do over the course of their lifecycles it seems to be experiencing a period of particular popularity right now, and just in time for summer dressing. Their dresses—the majority of which are under $300—range from floor-length slips to minis and

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The COVID effect on work fashion in Charlotte

Paul J. Carlson

High heels? No thanks. Pants with zippers? So 2019. In the age of quarantine and remote working, comfort is king in the Queen City.

Like nearly everything in life, Charlotte fashion has been turned on its head during the COVID-19 pandemic. With Zoom calls replacing meetings, couches replacing conference rooms and Netflix replacing nights out, business and formal attire are becoming as passe as handshakes. Instead we are seeing the rise of what the Wall Street Journal dubbed the “business mullet” — formal up top, party down below.

“I’d live in my joggers if I could, and the best part is that I can wear a professional blouse up top during my Zoom calls with clients and no one is the wiser,” said Charlotte business coach, strategist, author and podcaster Jenny Melrose. “Plus I’m able to hop up and be comfortable running an errand or playing with the kids. Comfort

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