Three new articles for San Antonio Woman, coming at you guys! The May/June issue was a blast to put together, and certainly put me in the mood for SUMMER! There was a wide range of topics in the magazine, with our cover girl Susan Pape of the San Antonio Express-News looking fantastic. Flip through the pages with me, or pick up your very own copy at HEB or Central Market while supplies last. 😉
For the Beauty section this issue, we talked to some of the city’s leading plastic surgeons to find out what’s changed over the years in the industry to make cosmetic self-improvement a less daunting endeavor for women. Dr. Marc Taylor, Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez, and Dr. Regina Fearmonti all sat down with me to discuss procedures from the top of your head to the tip of your toes, and they’re consistently becoming less invasive with more reliable results. I had no idea even something as traditionally intense as a tummy tuck is now essentially an outpatient procedure! We all look in the mirror and see a tweak we’d like to make here or there, and the good news San Antonio has a plethora of well-researched surgeons at our fingertips for a little nip/tuck!
For our Business Fashion section, we turned to our lower extremities for a mini-makeover. Most people assume professional pants have to be straight leg, basic colors, and boring fabrics. But we made an effort to find pairs that can add some pizzazz to your office wardrobe from our partners at Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard’s and more. I personally love the floral culottes and silk front-tie pair, but let me know which ones you could picture strutting in for that next big meeting!
Finally, it’s the granddaddy of all Summer fashion topics: swimsuits. Keeping in mind the every day woman’s body, I tried to incorporate both a romper AND a two piece that will make most San Antonio woman feel comfortable and chic in their own skin. Pair them with some fab espadrilles, feather sliders, a pom pom tote, and tassel earrings for an on-trend look that will attract just the right amount of attention at the beach this year. I’m personally in the mood for a low-key Port A getaway, and the warmer the weather gets the greater the pull to the water! See you there!
P.S. Many thanks to Haute in Texas intern Rebeca for the photography of the issue! You’re a pro!