Florescents are big this summer…but not the head-to-toe neon of the ‘80s. “With anything trendy, the key is to incorporate it in moderation,” said Liz Finkelstein, owner of and fashion consultant at Mile High Style. To incorporate florescent into the wardrobe of a fashion novice, Finkelstein says stick with accessories—a coral scarf, a necklace like the one we used (also available in coral), a ballet flat, a skinny belt…
Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine
Our Messy to Marvelous contest winners, Janet and Peter Brophy, have been busy working with Ashley Campbell designer Shannon Harris choosing flooring, wall and window coverings, lighting fixtures and all the small details that will result in a beautiful, organized closet. As these final decisions are made and products are ordered, Janet’s been tackling another part of the process…
MHS is featured in “Crave Denver” – a book promoting women-owned local businesses.
The Nugget Denver
July 15, 2011
College hotties strutting through their Ivy League campuses. Niki Taylor in plaid. Quizzes about your summer fling. In high school, the only thing you loved more than summer was the fat back-to-school issue of Seventeen. These days, updating your style is more daunting, and a new Trapper Keeper won’t cut it. Which is where style consultant Liz Finkelstein and her company Mile High Style step in.
The Daily Camera
June 25, 2010
Make ’40s style wearable today by taking part of it, such as red lips or signature hairstyles, and pairing it with something modern, like beat-up jeans. Try a vintage bag with a trendy cocktail dress. A period coat is a great statement piece and pops against a contemporary background. Keep in mind: moderation. If you wear too many signature pieces, you just look like you’re wearing a costume.
I personally love recycling clothing both into and out of my wardrobe. Liz Finkelstein, a consultant for Mile High Style, believes a conscious consumer must think about “closet repurposing.” She helps clients incorporate everything from the “merely workable” to the “absolutely fabulous” into their wardrobes, setting aside the nonworkable items for consignment accounts and donation. Jessica Helson agrees: “Giving clothing a longer life is, at its core, environmentalism at work!”