Wardrobe consultant and style blogger Marianne Humburg dishes about local trends and fashion in her monthly Stuart Magazine column and on her blog thethingswedidntbuy.com.
SPRING has arrived and with it comes the Fashion Color Report from
Pantone®. This spring, the palette is filled with soft blues, subtle warm colors and beautiful, go-with-anything neutrals. Local shops are filled with tons of options to satisfy any color-lover from the bold to the subdued.
Life is so busy these days. It’s definitely easier to stay in touch with friends through social media, but for those special people in your life, replenishing the relationship with a face-to-face connection is a must. But it can be difficult to find a place and time with no distractions.
For an instant remedy, take time to indulge in a “girls’ day out,” or as I have coined it, “GDO.”
Sailfish, downtown shops, palm trees, festivals, busy beaches and tourists comprise our area during this time of the year.
But, there’s much more that happens behind the scenes – especially in the design world. You might not think about it, but designers touch and shape our lives in many ways, from our desk to our smartphone to our chair to our glasses. In some way, almost every experience we have has been lovingly composed or engineered by designers.
What they do: Jessie, 25, is a program director for the Boys & Girls Club of Martin County in Indiantown. Austin, 27, is a realtor with Willoughby Realty in Stuart.
How they met: Jessie and Austin had known each other through mutual friends for about four years when they started going to church together. After dating for seven months, they knew they needed each other in their lives.
Stuart's Old Colorado Inn is set to make its television debut on an upcoming episode of Travel Channel’s reality-based television series “Hotel Showdown.”
Film crews were spotted earlier this month in downtown Stuart shooting scenes for the upcoming episode which features three other Florida hotels competing against the Old Colorado Inn for a chance at a $25,000 prize.
1. Al Fabrizio
Principal, Martin County High School
“I had several teachers in high school who were tremendous role models who I admired greatly. I wanted to make the impact on others that they made on me.”
2. Andrea Popwell
Principal, St. Lucie West Centennial High School
“Education is a priceless commodity that has no limits. Regardless of your circumstances, once it is attained, it can never be taken from you!”
3. Todd Smith
Principal, Fort Pierce Central High School