With every shoe sold, etnies will plant a tree. The program is called “Buy A Shoe, Plant A Tree.” This year they are planting 100,000 trees in Brazil! (Last year they planted 35,000 in Costa Rica).
This is a photo of the Caprice Eco priced at $50. Cute, huh? Styles suit men, women and kids. Locally, the shoes are available at Dick’s Sporting Goods, at the Millcreek Mall; Journeys, at the Millcreek Mall; Pac Sun, at the Millcreek Mall; Shoe Fly Shoe, 7520 Peach St. Erie, Pa.
Styles go back to the 1920s
Stephanie Solomon, Operating VP of Fashion Direction for Women’s Ready-To-Wear says styles from the 20s and 50s are hot along with matching cardigans and neon bags. Some of the timeless designs are also 70ish — I swear I had a dress that looked just like one in the Solomon video. Also, color blocking is huge and we have a great feature on how to wear it by Lili Morton in Her Times Sunday, June 3.
Other popular styles from howdini.com include: Printed jeans & tribal pattern fashion trends for Spring 2012, How to dress with spring 2012 neon fashion trends; How to dress with the latest Mad Men fashion trends in 2012 and How to dress with men’s accessories for 2012 Mad Men fashion trends.
Enjoy the holiday weekend and shopping!
Pam Parker is an award-winning writer and editor for Lake Erie LifeStyle, Her Times and House to Home at the Erie Times-News in Erie, Pa.