What’s in the Foot Traffic time capsule?
We hope that you think of great products when you think of Foot Traffic. We strive to bring to you the latest designs, colors and legwear ideas, but that is not all. One of the pillars of our 25+years of business is our customer service. We consider that to be of equal importance. We work hard to make sure that you are getting what you want, when you want it.
This month’s featured fashionista is actually a wardrobe stylist! We spoke with Jennifer Niehouse, who’s been helping people dress well since she was a teenager. Jennifer not only styles wardrobes, but she also helps people go through what they already have in their closet and re-work looks, or throw away what needs to go. Jennifer focuses on making her clients feel good in what they wear; even if it’s something they never would have thought to pick out for themselves in the first place. Thank you, Jennifer, for letting us interview you!
Any of the legwear the designers used in their collections came from Foot Traffic, and we absolutely LOVED seeing the interesting ways the designers worked in our pieces.
Stay tuned for a more detailed post later this week about the inspiration behind the designers’ collections!
Are you looking for the perfect Father’s Day gift? Tired of giving ties and “Best Dad” coffee mugs?
No one knows “Dad” better than you, but sometimes finding the perfect gift seems impossible.
Once again, it is June and we eagerly anticipate the creatively inspired West 18th Street Fashion Show, presented in the Crossroads Art District in Kansas City. The theme of the event changes annually, challenging the creativity of the carefully selected fashion designers, creating excitement and anticipation as we wait to see their unique interpretations of the theme. This year the theme is Triple Crown Summer! inspired by the richness and textures of the equestrian world.
I love to be organized but I hate the process because I just don’t know where to begin!
Jessie Antigua began style blogging right here in Kansas City, Missouri. Originally, her blog was called “The Concrete Catwalk.” Last year, she moved to the Big Apple to pursue her passion: fashion and style! Now blogging as “Style and Pepper,” Jessie has always done such a fabulous job of integrating legwear into her outfits in unique and fashion-forward ways. We love to follow Jessie for style inspiration! She works as a wardrobe stylist and creative consultant specializing in personal wardrobe styling, closet makeovers, photoshoot creative direction/styling, fashion forecasting, on-air style segments, visuals and merchandising for retail stores, event planning and strategic marketing for fashion-industry businesses.