Monday, November 18 _MAL8393

While we haven't even hit the winter months yet, we're pleased, excited, thrilled, and all of those fabulous adjectives for being HAPPY to announce the Spring 2014 line here at Annie and Jade.

The inspiration was a more contemporary 1970s looks directly inspired by Bianca Jagger. You can view our full look book here:

Not familiar with Miss Bianca Jagger?

Accessories We Love: Shades of Style

Sunday, November 10 We heart these Silvano shades!

"I love street style, seeing how girls wear pieces and how their pair accessories with their outfit. How they pair shoes with a bag and go to day to night and change things up."
- Maria Sharapova (Professional Tennis Player by Day, Fashionista by Night)

3 Green Ways: Junk Mail, The Car Wash & Your Dry Cleaning

Sunday, October 27 Declutter your life by unsubscribing from junk mail; save the planet, save paper, and save space in your trash.

One of our monthly Annie and Jade monthly features is to challenge our readers to go green in their daily lives by making small changes that collectively, as a whole help our earth making this society a better place. Here are three ideas that are small, easy changes to your daily routine:

1. Cut Junk Mail
We’ve talked about taking your name off of email junk mail lists, but what about the clutter in your mailbox?

Running in Wedges featuring our Silk Mandarin Blouse

Sunday, September 22 nicole alyse of running in wedges in annie and jade

Nicole Alyse of Running in Wedges Loves Our Bodycon Maxi

Sunday, September 22 Nicole Alyse of Running in Wedges loves annie and jade

Go Green Hotel Stays

Tuesday, September 17 How do you go eco friendly when traveling?

Hey JetSetter, this post is for you. You can make the commitment to continually be eco friendly and live a clean lifestyle even when you’re on the road or traveling. You can make the pledge to go green and live eco friendly regardless of where you are in the world. How about a greener hotel experience? Here are a couple ideas to make your stay green, eco friendly as possible.

1. Find a Leed Certified Hotel . "In the United States alone, hotels represent more than 5 billion square feet of space, nearly 5 million guest rooms, and close to $4 billion in annual energy use.