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Women's Outerwear Selections For The Colder Temps

by Remington Ready October 20, 2014

 

 

Have to deal with frigid temperatures in the fall and winter? What a blessing! That means you’ll get to show off stylish outerwear to keep you warm. Take a look at the fun and cozy combination below to get a start on your winter wardrobe!

 

Quilted Storm Coat- $126.00
Your best defense against the winds of winter is a quality coat. The quilted design, extended length, and detachable hood make this fashionable coat a toasty necessity.

 

Leather Boots- $184.00
Keep your feet warm and yourself upright. These quality leather boots are waterproof to protect you from the rain and snow, plus they give you traction to navigate all the slippery stairs and sidewalks.

 

Knitted Tube Scarf- $8.92
A scarf adds a classy touch to any look. This tube scarf is easy to manage and provides a low-cost way to keep out the cold and look good doing it.

 

Cable Knit Beanie- $14.99
Cold ears. Nobody likes ‘em. So keep yours warm this winter with a cute cable knit beanie. A neutral color like grey lets you wear the hat with a variety of outfits.

 

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Tips and Tricks For Organizing Your Closet

by Danielle Arsenault October 13, 2014


 

 

Hi there!  I'm Danielle from For the Love of Leopard, a personal style blog.  I'm honored to be guest blogging on Remington Ready today, and to bring you some of my favorite tips for keeping your closet organized, functional, and looking beautiful. 

 

• Keep it organized.  No matter how big or small your closet is, it is important that every item has a home.  You will be more likely to put things away if you know where each item is supposed to live.  It takes some time upfront but makes life so much easier when you are looking for something specific.  I have separated my hanging clothes in the following sections, and then organize them by color:

 

◦ Tank tops
◦ Tee Shirts
◦ Long Sleeve Shirts
◦ Blazers
◦ Button Downs
◦ Skirts

 

• Everything should be visible! If you are unable to see something, you most likely are going to forget about it and not wear it.  Items that are in sight are more likely to be worn. 

 

◦ Roll tank tops so you can easily see and grab what you need
◦ Hang tights and nylons on a hanger for easy access
◦ Stack sweaters and pants vertically on shelves

 

• Fold your sweaters! I cannot stress this one enough. We've all experienced the dreaded shoulder nipples you get from hanging your sweaters, and once those babies are there, they are nearly impossible to remove.  Fold your sweaters, people.

 

• No orphan hangers. Set up an area for empty hangers.   When you take an item of clothing off it's hanger, move the hanger to the designated space.  If you leave bare hangers amongst all of your clothes, not only does it look sloppy but it also makes it that much harder to find a hanger when you need one.

 

• Invest in matching hangers.  Much like orphan hangers, mismatched hangers can look sloppy and take away from the real focus - the clothes.  Figure out how many hangers you need, and then order a matching set in bulk.  These hangers are my absolute favorite for several reasons. #1, they are non-slip, so your clothes stay in place.  #2 they are super slim, so you can fit more clothes on each rod.

 

• Use vertical space  In my opinion, closets are never big enough - but a lot of times the space above the clothing rods goes unused.  This is a great space to store items that aren't in season.  Or use cute baskets, like these Martha Stewart ones, to corral smaller items like scarves or belts.

 

To see more of Danielle's fabulous work, head over to her blog For The Love of Leopard!

Double Knit Elastics Giveaway

by Remington Ready October 2, 2014

 

 

Introducing our most exciting accessory to date Double Knit Elastics!!

 

 

As a Remington fan, you have an exclusive chance to receive a free sample of our brand new Double Knit Elastics, featuring the world’s first advanced knit technology. Sign up today and you could be one of the 10,000 lucky fans to try out our newest product for FREE!

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The Double Knit Difference:

  • This innovative, knit elastic holds up 4x longer than traditional hair elastics for dependable performance through each and every hairstyle.

  • Double Knit technology provides 35% tighter hold for secure support no matter what the day brings. 

 

DISCLAIMER: Giveaway ends 10/19/14, or while supplies last.  NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. OPEN TO RESIDENTS OF THE US INCLUDING DC WHO ARE 18 OR OLDER AT THE TIME OF ENTRY. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW. SEE OFFICIAL RULES FOR DETAILS. 

Men's Outerwear Selections on a Budget

by Remington Ready September 24, 2014

Wool Peacoat

 

You won’t be nearly as cool as you’ll look with this classic wool pea coat. It keeps out the brisk fall weather and it’s not too bulky so you can layer your stylish clothes underneath it.

 

 

Navy Vest

 

The vest is the best investment for your chest. The free range of arm movement it allows will change your world. Throw a football, pick apples from a tree, hug your loved ones. This dashing vest lets you do it all. 

 

 

 

 

Socks

 

Cold feet should only happen at the altar. Pick up a few pairs of these attractive patterned socks and your feet and ankles will be saved from the blustery winds of fall.
Your feet and these socks—a perfect marriage.

 

Hat

 

Any more wool and you’d be a mammoth. This warm and versatile hat will keep your ears toasty warm and add a stoic touch to your fall look.

 

Watch

 

An inexpensive and simple watch spruces up this cozy look. It won’t let you fall behind schedule. It makes sure everybody leaves on time. It tells you when dinner is so you won’t be late and have autumn-y ache.

Just get the watch.

 

Scarf

 

This scarf ties the outfit together with a sophisticated touch of style. Also, it keeps your neck warm.  

 

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The Best Kept Secret In Hair Removal

by Remington Ready September 8, 2014

 

Women around the world have ditched shaving for the quick and easy way to long-lasting smooth skin.

 

So what is the best kept secret in hair removal?

 

It’s an electric tweezing system known as epilation, and you’ll be glad you found it.


With an epilator, you don’t have to worry about constant touch-ups or irritated skin. The simple handheld device uses 40 rotating tweezers to pull hair out from the root, leaving behind soft, touchable skin for up to six weeks!


And it only gets easier the more you use it. Once hair eventually grows back, it comes in softer and finer than before so future treatments are quicker and more enjoyable.


The best part is, you can use the Remington rechargeable epilator in or out of the shower. Warm water can help soften hair and open up the skin’s pores for easier removal. Plus, the pivoting head adjusts to all the contours of your body for less hassle and quicker results.  

 
It’s time to find out why epilation is the #1 method for hair removal in Europe.


Give it a try today!

Transitioning to Fall on a Budget

by Remington Ready August 28, 2014

 

 

 

Fall is fast approaching and chock-full of my favorite things… college football, haunted houses, and pumpkin spice lattes. While many of us are ready to go back-to-school shopping for the inevitable drop in temperatures, try transitioning your summer pieces into fall with these money-saving tips.

 

Fall Trend 1: Plaid

 

How to transition? Window-pane print has been popular all summer long with no plans to slow down heading into fall. The black and white pattern makes the perfect backdrop to showcase your accessories and matches almost everything in your closet. Tory Burch loves this print, but Windsor Store makes a fabulous printed peplum top for only $22.90.

 

Fall Trend 2: Structured Bags

 

How to transition? A Celine purse is chic year-round, but you won’t break the bank carrying this almost identical $35 alternative from Windsor Store.

 

Fall Trend 3: Matte Red Lips

 

How to transition? Tone down the bright red lip by opting for a more crimson color as the weather cools. Stila makes an amazing no-smudge liquid lip-stick, but for only $2.99 Elf makes an awesome substitute.

 

Fall Trend 4: Pendant Necklaces

 

How to transition? Kendra Scott’s token bright necklaces have been seen all over the blogosphere this season, but Purple Peridot put a spin on her iconic shape in jewel tones for fall… and for only $15.99.

 

Fall Trend 4: Wide-Brimmed Hats

 

How to transition? Floppy hats can be found all over the beach during the summer months, but swap the straw for felt heading into fall. Free People makes the perfect wide-brimmed hat, but for only $24, ASOS’s version is on-trend as well.

 

To see more of Cortney's fabuouls style and tips head on over to her blog, Cort In Session!

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Fall Hair Accessories

by Remington Ready August 27, 2014

                          

                         Headwrap   Hair Ties  Clips   Headband

 

Summer breathes its last farewells while blustery winds hurry in the colorful changes of fall.

 

Remington has the accessories you need to keep your hair in place with the changing seasons. And warm, alluring colors to match.

 

Take a look at the wraps and clips above and get ready for the fall season with elegant styles.

 

Last Call For Beards!

by Remington Ready August 18, 2014

 

The Remington Beard Boss contest is coming to end on Friday, August 29th. So get your facial hair looking its finest and post a picture to Twitter or Instagram with #BeardBoss for your chance to win!

 

Then from September 1st-15th we’ll be voting on the top-12 semifinalists who will be eligible for the grand prize trip to the World Beard and Moustache Championships in Portland, OR.

 

Don’t miss out on your chance to win big! Let’s see those beards and moustaches!

Fringe For The Fall

by Erica Zar August 11, 2014

    

  

  

 

 

 

Hello! I’m Erica Zar, the blogger behind Casually Styled, a personal style blog. I am so honored to be a guest blogger today for Remington Ready!


Today I want to share one of the top trends for fall 2014, which actually is a continuation from what we saw this past spring.  Yes, I’m talking about fringe! Fringe has made its way back into fashion in a big and exciting way. We have seen fringe over the years make its mark on western wear and casual wear, everything from boots, jackets and purses, but now it is taking on a new life of its own with pieces that truly make it a fashion statement.


There are so many ways to add fringe to your style without overstating it.  The trick to fringing is to focus on one piece to keep it simple and classy, and treating it as an accessory to what you are wearing.

Here are some great examples to incorporate fringe for that effortless and chic statement:


1.  Fringe Boots – a great way to add an extra splash of pizzazz to a pair of skinny jeans or even a dress! (Boots seen here, currently available by DV by Dolce Vita at Nordstrom)

2. Fringe Purses – let your purse do the talking as the statement piece to compliment your outfit. (Purse seen here, currently available at Target online and in stores).


3. Fringe Necklaces – a hot trend this fall, add a fringe necklace to a plain tank or tee for a subtle but bold statement!  (Necklace seen here, currently available at Forever21 online or in stores).


4. Fringe Jackets – another huge comeback, not just for the Wild West anymore! A great fall piece to add to your week-end wardrobe!


5. Kimono – a personal favorite of mine, the kimono has become a popular cover-up over the past few months – choose one with fringed sleeves and you’ll be ahead of the fashion curve! (Kimono seen here, currently available at Forever21)


6. Formal Wear – Make an entrance with an eye-catching fringe cocktail dress or evening gown that will make you feel sexy and glam!


7. Bathing Suits – Planning a Caribbean vacation or cruise? Swimwear is taking the plunge with fringe this season as well!


8. Vintage Fringe – A trip to your favorite vintage store or maybe mom’s closet will score you a classic fringe piece that will definitely make a statement!
Let’s face it, almost every one of us has owned a fringed piece at one point in our lives and it was always fun to wear!  Bring back some of that fun with this season’s fringe trend!

 

To see more of Erica's fall looks, check out her blog Casually Styled!

Dressing Up Shorts For Summer

by Amy Welch August 1, 2014

 

I typically shy away from shorts, simply because I hate my legs. However, in the North Carolina humidity, sometimes they are a necessary closet staple! I picked this pair up from Loft last summer on sale and I am so glad I did because they are so versatile! I love silk shorts because not only are they super comfortable, but I love the movement of them.
 
These shorts traveled on a dinner date with me, to a summer outdoor concert and to pick flowers with girlfriends. I believe as we get older we need to pick items in our closet that not only make us feel confident, but items that can accompany us on our many adventures in life. These shorts have me reevaluating my hate/love with showing my legs. I know they are in my future much more this summer!
 
What one item in your closet do you find so be most versatile?

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

To see more of Amy, head on over to her blog Coffee Beans and Bobby Pins.