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This season we're all about nudes, neutrals and blush tones. One of the best things about nude tones is that you can wear them with virtually anything. Whether you wear neutral/blush tones alone, or together as a complete outfit you'll be looking chic and timeless. You can certainly never go wrong when it comes to this color palette.
Dusty rose, powder pink and barely-there nudes are the way to go for the upcoming spring season. These colors are sure to bring out the girly, romantic side of you. Soft and warm, you will always feel at ease when wearing these versatile colors of the season. (more…)
One of our go-to beauty bloggers Teni, of MissMaven.com, put together an exclusive head-to-toe spring look for Singer22! Her spring style consists of two things: cute and comfy. Sounds good to us. (more…)
One of our favorite bloggers, Danielle of We Wore What, stopped in our store last week and hit the racks! We were excited to see Danielle feature a couple of our items on her blog today. What did she fall in love with? Take a look after the jump. (more…)
Does this dress look familiar? It might be because it's the second time we're featured in a magazine for the same dress! Celebs love this versatile lace dress by For Love & Lemons.
You can style this dress more edgy with the black version or more flirty and girly with the white. It all depends on the accessories, ladies! I'm personally leaning toward the black because I like how you can really see the lace detail against bare skin like the sleeves and chest.
SINGER22 CEO/Founder Jon Singer talks about Southampton pop-up shop in Hamptons magazine new issue. He even goes on to say he's been thinking about possibly opening up retail locations in New York city, Los Angeles and maybe Miami.
Be sure to check out our Southampton pop-up shop (50 Jobs Lane) before it closes! It's open through September 5th so you have plenty of time to shop brands like Elizabeth and James, RUNWAYDREAMZ and Ramy Brook.
Our Smythe Warbler Tribute Jacket was recently featured by Lucky magazine for good reason. Not only is this jacket cute, but it's to benefit a number of anti-bullying organizations in both the USA and Canada.
The inspiration behind this striped, cropped sleeve jacket is Kurt Hummel, Glee's openly gay character played by Chris Colfer. In the show, which is one of my favorites, Kurt is a rising star who battles daily discrimination from his peers.