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Lloyd Boston's take on the Classic White Shirt

09/14/2011

How do you take a simple clothing classic and snazz it up? Well, one of the most recognized style experts on TV and current Jones New York Style Guy Lloyd Boston joined Val to give tips for all figures on how to spruce up your everyday wardrobe and how to dress up or down the classic white shirt.

ABOUT LLOYD BOSTON:
Lloyd Boston has built a reputation as America's favorite "Style Guy" and Lifestyle TV Host. Mil - lions of television viewers from Oprah and NBC Today, to The View and NBC's Access Hollywood regularly follow Lloyd's simple style philosophy that 'Less is Modern.' Boston hosts the popular show, Closet Cases, on HGTV (for which he received a NY Emmy nomination) and several of his own 1-hour FLN lifestyle specials and how-to interstitials. For close to a decade, Lloyd Boston has been a regular TV contributor and style editor to NBC's Today Show with over 150 celebrated appearances. Lloyd has been a regular contributor to ABC's The View since 1998; and his focused broadcast journalist work with NY's popular Full Frontal Fashion has made him a leading voice of NY Fashion Week for more than 15 seasons strong. He's also covered the Oscars, Emmys, and Golden Globes from the red carpet for CNN, NBC's Access Hollywood, and Extra.

A man of style and substance, Lloyd is also the author of four coveted style books: his first and LA Times best-seller Men of Color (Artisan); followed by Make Over Your Man (Doubleday) and his self-illustrated, Before You Put That On (Atria), which were both featured along with Lloyd on Oprah. His latest book is entitled, The Style Checklist: The Ultimate Wardrobe Essentials for You (Atria), is also featured within his groundbreaking Lloyd Boston iphone app. He is an original alum host of E! Entertainment's STYLE Network where he began as a regular style sidekick on their highest-rated The Look for Less, in addition to hosting two of his own network series, Style Essentials and Runway.

Lloyd is one of the most trusted and recognizable TV style experts with well over 40 appearances on network and cable television shows combined from The Nate Berkus Show and the CBS Early Show, to Martha, VH1 Rock Docs, The Wendy Williams Show and CNN American Morning. In 2007, Lloyd Boston teamed up with the global mega-brand Jones New York as their first-ever male spokesperson and exclusive "Style Guru". In this role, Lloyd travels the US and Canada empowering women's style through personal appearances, style clinics and insider tips and tricks on jny.com.

ALL CLOTHING CAN BE FOUND AT JONES NEW YORK EXCEPT WHERE NOTED

MISSY MODEL
Grey Plaid Scarf - $34
Classic White Shirt - $74
Caramel Broadway Blazer - $199
Shape Jean in Black - $79
Circa Joan & David brown herringbone pump - $99

PETITE MODEL
Classic White Shirt - $74
Cabernet Knit Cardigan - $119
Grey Pencil Skirt - $129
Circa Joan & David red patent pumps - $110

PLUS SIZE MODEL
Animal Print/Plaid Scarf - $32
Classic White Shirt - $74
Tan-quilted Vest - $149
Brown-glen Plaid Pant - $155
AK Anne Klein leopard pump - $79

TONIGHT!! 7 WAYS TO WEAR IT WITH LLOYD BOSTON Join Macy's and Jones New York's resident style expert, Lloyd Boston, as he shows you how to takes wardrobe classics, like the white shirt, blazer and cardigan, and shows you 7 Ways To Wear It. Enjoy a fashion presentation with super fall looks that work for every occasion and every body type with ease. Arrive early and enter for the chance to win a makeover from Jones New York during the show! Following the presentation, sign up for a 5-minute individual consultation with the style guru and learn how to look your personal best all season long.

When: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 from 6PM to 8PM

Where: Macy's on State Street
3rd Floor, Jones New York Department
111 N. State St.
Chicago, IL

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT LLOYD BOSTON, THE JNY STYLE GUY, CLICK HERE.

TO CHECK OUT LLOYD'S LATEST BOOK, "THE STYLE CHECKLIST," HEAD TO: http://lloydboston.com/

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