Carolyn Lieberman

Carolyn Lieberman

Thursday, 09 March 2017 13:56

Comfortable Shoes for Uncomfortable Feet

Over the years, the number one style issue that the majority of my clients ask for help solving is finding comfortable shoes that are still attractive. Arthritis, bunions and other ailments, along with simply wearing heels that are too high for too long, are typically cited as the causes for all this foot (and shoe!) angst.

With so many fabulous comfort shoes available on the market these days, you really don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort. By considering these 4 ideas, you’ll be jumping for joy, possibly in a pair of heels, nonetheless!

Wednesday, 15 June 2016 19:59

Summer Social Style

In between the dress categories of "business" and "casual" is a category we call "social style." It is often the trickiest to master, especially in the summer months when more of your body is on display. 


Below are 7 tips for showing up at summer's myriad of social functions a step up from the all-out casual look you get with flip flops and a tee shirt, yet a step down from what is expected at more formal events such as weddings.

Today’s winter wardrobe is no longer limited to the blacks and browns of years past. This time of year, many of us are yearning for a softer palette that mentally gets us focused on warmer months ahead. Here are 5 easy-to-implement ideas to help add soft pastels to your winter wardrobe:

Tuesday, 03 November 2015 13:23

Athleisure: Making Activewear Work!

Wikipedia terms athleisure as “…a trend in fashion in which clothing designated for athletic workouts at a gymnasium, sometimes termed activewear, is worn outside of the gym to go to the office or shopping or other social occasions.” It has arisen from women (sorry guys, but mostly women) choosing to wear yoga pants outside of the gym and coordinating them with their existing wardrobes, both casual and dressy.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 12:00

The Skinny on Jeans Shopping

Buying a great pair of jeans can be a daunting experience. With the exception of finding a suitable swimsuit, jeans top the list of most stressful shopping experiences for most women (and often men too!). With a multitude of brands, cuts and styles, you may become overwhelmed before you even step in the dressing room!

Here are 5 ideas I frequently share with female clients interested in cutting jeans shopping time in half while arriving home with selections they love to wear:

Monday, 02 March 2015 16:24

Après Skiwear for Spring Breakers

Like most New Englanders, I have just about had it with the day-to-day nuisances caused by so much snow here this winter. However, I must say that one of the up sides of this weather for me and my family is the extended ski season we now have. One of my favorite things to do is to pack our family up and head to the slopes. We are all outdoor enthusiasts and, as a stylist, I keenly understand the ease of our trip preparation when our ski clothes are organized and ready to go. Parka? Check. Ski pants? Check. Goggles? Check. Snow boots? Check. Checklists are great.

Yet, when you go on a ski vacation that lasts longer than a day or two, packing can get tricky, especially when you want to dress well for the après ski scene, which is often as memorable an experience as skiing itself. Whether you’re hitting the local slopes with friends and family or heading out west or internationally for March break, there is an après ski wardrobe that will fit your budget, taste and personality.