Youtube Interviews President Obama

January 23rd, 2015 at 8:09 am by under 2 KASA Style

President Obama met with three YouTube stars to discuss his State of the Union address.

Here are those interviews:


6 Brands That Are Cool Again

January 23rd, 2015 at 7:12 am by under 2 KASA Style

Just when you thought it was safe to ditch your Guess Jeans crop top…

Yup, they’re making a comeback, folks.  As are Birkenstocks, Tevas and Levi’s 501′s.  While I’m not a fashion aficionado, I do know that trends seem to come and go in circles.  Fortunately, Cross-Colors and JNCO jeans have yet to find their way back to the mainstream.  Take a look at some of the trends, according to The Huffington Post’s Michelle Persad, we’re revisiting in 2015.  We’ll have to ask our fashion blogger Jamie Lewinger of MoreThanTurquoise.com her opinion today on Style.  In the meantime, share yours below or on Facebook and Twitter.  Are these all the rage, or should they stay in the closet?  What trends should find their way back to the runway and racks of your favorite stores?

Coach

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I wasn’t aware the Coach was out of style, but apparently they were.  Now, their accessories are all the rage and in high demand for 2015.

Guess

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G by Guess is a wildly popular outlet in Coronado Center, and for good reason.  The brand is enjoying a revival, bringing back some of its most iconic looks for the new year.

Birkenstocks

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I remember these from the ’90′s… I would argue these should stay in the ’90′s.

Tevas

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The essential footwear for outdoor activities, Tevas are teaming up with Glamour to put a new spin on the footwear made famous by your camping friends.

Levi’s

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An American standard, I would argue that these should never go out of style.  They’re durable, diverse and should be part of everyone’s staple list for style.

Ugg Australia

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Here’s my thing with Uggs… Unless you live in Alaska, don’t wear them.  The times I’ve been in LA, there has never been any weather condition requiring this furry footwear.