In the first installment of her regular video series, “Talk-in Closet with Kim,” NextTribe fashion editor Kimberly Cihlar tells us how to revamp that old pair of jeans in the back of your closet.
There’s something to be said for deafening silence. Especially in today’s technology-mad world, where not only your devices are beeping, ringing, alerting, buzzing, but so are those of every person near you. If you’re brave enough to surrender your cell phone and any other device that keeps you in the (social-media) loop, get away from…
There’s a new “greenie” on the scene, and it’s not related to kale, believe it or not. Moringa, or Moringa oleifera, has been gaining in popularity as a superfood additive in smoothies, as a tea, or in capsule supplements over the past few years. And for good reason.
Would you wear a bikini to the beach? Or do you prefer something not so teeny-weeny? Either way we’ve got you covered (or not). Read on.
Fashionista Linda Fargo is as well-known for her on-the-mark trendspotting as she is for her perfectly coiffed white bob and her brilliant red lips. And it’s her quirky way of combining classics — her classics, her way — that seals the deal and grants her fashion icon status.
If you cycle for exercise, fun or especially competition, then you’ll relate to Becky Redett, owner and founder of The Sassy Cyclist, and her decision to rethink and remake the classic jersey for women.
Isak Dinesen, the Danish author, wrote, “The cure for anything is salt…” Okay, her whole quote really is “The cure for anything is salt water: either sweat, tears or sea.” But let’s take it a step further with alternative-healing halotherapy, or salt therapy. Today, pink Himalayan salt rooms are peppering the wellness world, supposedly curing…
Cardigans are fine (yaaaawn), but if you want a quick hit of style, says our fashion genius Kimberly Cihlar, belt on a kimono. Here’s how to rock one—plus our favorite buys.
We are no longer forced to sacrifice style for comfort. Even Birkenstocks are getting fancy!
Wanting a place to stash a phone, some keys or a lipstick, Kimberley Cihlar is passionate about clothes with pockets. Fortunately, more designers are slipping them into everything from evening wear to yoga pants. Here’s why.