Thursday, September 21, 2017
Cold weather brings new life into our closets. Tights and dark denim are chic alternatives to bare legs and cut-off shorts. Scarves, hats, and gloves become refreshing go-to accessories. And best of all, layers of soft tees and sweaters are warm and cozy. This season, the most stylish sweaters seem to be designed with rockers in mind.
Fall is officially here and winter isn’t far behind. This is the perfect time of year to transition your warmer wardrobe into season-ready staples. A great pair of boots can be one of the most important accessories to invest in. With a variety of styles to choose from, it can be hard the find the right pair that combines both fashion and function. Check out Guitar Girl Magazine’s round-up of this season’s must-wear boots. Whether you’re inspired by your favorite rock legend or trying out the latest trend, these picks are sure to carry you through even the coldest months and if you're a performer, you will surely rock it on stage!
Did you ever want your hands to feel conditioned and not greasy or too dried and cracked? Guitar Hands lotion is the perfect solution!
David Yurman was destined to make a career out of creating art. At age twelve he was known for selling his home-made sculptures in the cafeteria during lunch.  A few years later at age sixteen, he was introduced to Cuban welder and sculptor Ernesto Gonzales while visiting his sister in Provincetown, MA.  With sculpture, Yurman found an outlet and focus for his creativity, which he would develop over the next two decades as an apprentice under the instruction of celebrated sculptors Theodore Roszak and Jacques Lipchitz.  In 1982, Yurman introduced what became his signature—the cable bracelet—a twisted helix adorned with gemstones on its ends.
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Singer/songwriter/guitarist Lisa Loeb, who was nominated for a Grammy in 1994 for the song “Stay (I Missed You)” from the film “Reality Bites,” entered the world of eyewear back in 2010. For a little bit of trivia, Lisa Loeb is the first artist to ever have a number one Billboard pop song while not being signed to a recording contract. Her iconic pop song, “Stay (I Missed You)” (1994) helped propel Loeb into a long, successful career in music, singer/songwriting, film, television, voice-over work, and children’s recordings.
When opposites collide, sometimes it just doesn’t makes sense.  But if you are April Mun, you find a way to make it work. An alumna of the New York Fashion Institute of Technology, Mun was inspired by her two formers assistants (yes, you guessed it) Stella and Jamie. Stella, known to be the “edgy rocker chick” and Jamie, referred to as the “southern bell,” helped inspire Mun to create a fabulous yet somewhat contradictory line of fashion.  Using gorgeous fabrics and lively colors, Mun’s fashion designs are a mix of sweet meets edgy.  Who says who can’t be pretty and tough at the same time?
Coming up in Atlanta within the next few months we’ve got the Shaky Knees Festival at Atlantic Station along with Music Midtown in Piedmont Park.  A great line-up at festivals like these is going to attract a lot of people.  But in this article, here are some helpful hints to make you stand apart from the crowd.  Prepare yourself like it’s nobody business! You will look like the professional music-goer when it comes to battling unpredictable weather, de-hydration, sunburn and those over-flowing port-o-potties. 
HARD by Karen West Designs offers belts, belt accessories, Clipz, and Keepers all with a rocking assertiveness. Her trademark and patent pending Beltatude™ has caught the eye of legendary rock stars like Lita Ford, Rikki Rockett and Lzzy Hale and is making serious headway into the rock n’ roll scene. It is the perfect accessory to change up your look and to channel your inner rocker attitude!