It’s time to put the beach towels away and start thinking about back-to-school. The parents are rejoicing – the kids are whining (but secretly they’re happy to be seeing their schoolmates again).
As promised, we’re giving you a quick overview of what’s new at Adea and how you can prep for the fall season.
Let’s start with our:
LONG SLEEVE CREW NECK TOP that comes in 17 different colors. You can’t beat that for variety. See for yourself.
FOUR NEW COLORS that are called Fog (a pale gray) and Jungle (a forest green with hint of blue).
Both of these will be available on September 10th.
Then we have Soft Heather (a beautiful, pale mauve) and Atlantic Blue (a muted bluish gray).
And these will be available on October 10th.
Now, take a look at our:
3/4 SLEEVE SCOOP NECK TOP in a whopping 19 colors that include: the four new colors described above.
And here’s the 3/4 SLEEVE WITH A CREW NECK in 16 colors and the same four new colors that we’ve already described to you.
Who wants to see bra straps peeking out? Not us. That’s why we’ve designed this BRA FRIENDLY CAMISOLE that is offered in 17 colors, including the four new ones that we talked about previously.
Email us if you would like to receive color swatches of these new shades.
PREVIEW: What’s coming in November?
We believe this is really exciting. Let’s go back to last year. That’s when TravelFashionGirl.com listed our leggings in their TOP 10 LIST.
Now, fast forward to this year and guess what? We’re making our leggings even better! Stay tuned. We’ll fill you in when the leaves start to fall.
UPDATE: Last week we talked about Rick Owens. Here’s the latest as reported in The New York Post Alexa, 8/20/14. “Milan, Italy’s fashion capital, now boasts its own Rick Owens flagship on Via Monte di Pietà. Nestled in the city’s Brera district, the boutique – all wooden pillars and cement – will rotate pieces from Owens furniture collection, which are as seductively stark as the clothing that will be sold there.
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I’ve never been able to pull it off BUT I’ve always wanted to go to Australia – everything I’ve heard about it fascinates me. That said I often watch those “survival” TV shows where a person takes a wrong turn in a desert, forest, mountain or the outback and is lost for days on end. Then an “outdoor survivalist” comes on and says, “If only they had done thus-and-so – they would have had food and water.”
Over the years, the airline industry has experienced many twists and turns – and one of the most remarkable has been the evolution of the stewardess or airline hostess. That said I was stopped in my tracks by an article in Travel & Leisure, April 2020 titled “Taking Wing.” It featured a photo of a flight attendant’s dress from 1965 and was skillfully written by Ann Hood who has delivered a detailed on-the-scene report.
In a city like New York, that has a population of close to nine million, it’s great to know that there’s something for everyone. This gave me the idea to write about fun and/or favorite spots in all five boroughs, namely: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island. So, in this blog we’ll cover places I’ve personally enjoyed over the years and spots mentioned in an article that ran in Condé Nast Traveler magazine in April 2020. Here are five slices of the Big Apple:
We use Italian lingerie sizing for our bodywear and items tend to run small.
Because of the body-hugging nature of the fabric and our body conscious fit most women prefer to wear our layering tops as under-layers. If you are inclined to wear them on their own we suggest you size up. Please email us or give us a call if you have questions about your sizing. We're happy to help you get it right.
Relaxed fit. Wear alone or over any of our layering tees or camisoles.
Please email us or give us a call if you have questions about your sizing. We're happy to help you get it right.
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