Delaware Color Guru Jeannie Stith-Mawhinney creates bespoke palettes to help clients refine their sartorial style.
Get hygge this holiday with cozy knits, relaxed denim and shearling-lined slides. For extra spirit, add accessories.
Whether you prefer the natural, simple look or something more ornate, these wrapping tips will take your holiday gifts to the next level.
Tell us your local favorites! Results will be published in the July 2021 issue of Delaware Today.
Can’t get extravagant this year? Bring joy to those on your ‘nice’ list with something small yet thoughtful from shops and businesses around Delaware.
The holiday season may look different this year, but you can still spread cheer by supporting your favorite local businesses on Small Business Saturday.
From chunky cardigans to chukka boots, these laid-back essentials carry an element of suave that made Steve McQueen a style icon.
For this Wilmington-based illustrator, author and creative director who is constantly on the go, a handbag is her lifeline.
When Zoom is your office, why not go fashionable—only from the waist up?
New York-based designer Ruthie Davis teamed up with University of Delaware students to create a shoe collection that moves beyond fashion.
From painted pleats to sustainable threads, mix it up with pieces stitched (or soldered) with an element of artistry.
Pay homage to midcentury modern minimalism with airy spaces, and sleek and sculptural furnishings.
Whether you’re a fan of nonfiction, mystery or fantasy, Rehoboth Beach’s Browseabout Books offers plenty to choose from.
From high rises and flares to tiered frocks, there’s no wrong way to rock denim this season.
From crochet to macramé, laid-back bohemian style is all about luxe texture.
Browse this year's list of the top restaurants, shops and services in our state, as voted by our readers and editors.
These one-of-a-kind beach boutiques are favorites of both locals and tourists.
Who said your wardrobe couldn't be both eco-friendly and stylish?
As Delaware’s stay-at-home ordinances during the COVID-19 crisis grow tighter, some local shops and boutiques have moved their sales online.
Bri Brant, owner and designer at Arden + James, crafts handbags that are both beautiful and functional—and built to last.