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April 07, 2005 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-04-07

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SPRING TRENDS:

WHAT'S HOT

IN

'05

A PERSONALITY

FOR EVERY SHOPPER:

"If We become a household name, we
know we've done our job," suggests
Sharon Eisenshtadt, Select Personal
Shopping Manager at Marshall Field's
of Somerset Collection in Troy.
Eisenshtadt heads up a staff of 19
women and two men to take care of the
shopping needs of a very diverse cus-
tomer base. Whether a client is a busy
professional or a time-starved stay-at-
home mom, Eisenshtadt makes sure
everyone's needs are met with some-
one who "gets you," to take the pain
out of shopping.
Clients are drawn to Eisenshtadt's
fun, bubbly personality and enjoy this
complimentary service as much as they
would a day out on the town with a
friend. Her whole team endeavors to
become a "one-stop-shop" to handle
every possible need of the client.
Getting to know clients on a person-
,
al level allows Eisenshtadt to hold the
right items for them just before a sale or for
special discounts. In a no-pressure, low-key
environment, Eisenshtadt's clients know that
by the time they walk out of that dressing
room, they will be perfectly and effortlessly
outfitted for the season. Eisenshtadt and her
Select Personal Shopping team successfully
translate some of the latest trends to fit per-
fectly with the customer's personality and
daily routines.

Above: Sharon
Eisenshtadt sur-
rounded in this sea-
son's most desired
accessories: bright,
bold colors peppered
with metallics for
shoes and handbags.



Above, from left:
What to pair with jeans this spring — romantic, flowing prints:
from left, blouse, $275; cami, 5135, both by Rebecca Taylor,
paired with BCBG jeans, $114; and Coach gold sandal, $180

THE JACKET:

Key this season, look for
cropped or long styles with
beads, sequins and plenty of
embellishments.

THE WHITE JEAN:

A must-have essential for spring.

FEMININE,
ROMANTICS TOPS:

Long, breezy and sexy with frills
everywhere.

THE WEDGE:

A comfortable way to get up on
heels, it's THE shoe for spring.

SKIRTS WITH
PUMPED - UP
VOLUME:

Pencil skirts are replaced with
crinolines and flared bottoms,
the fuller the better.

ANYTHING
METALLIC:

Pull out your gold flats and
shiny handbags.

BOLD COLORS
AND BOHEMIAN -
INSPIRED PRINTS:

This season, flowing, bright
looks bring your vacation
back to life.

"If you are only going to get three
new things this season, get one fabu-
lous jacket, a bold necklace in
turquoise or coral and a wedge
sandal," emphasizes Sharon
Eisenshtadt of Marshall Field's.

Jacket, 5570 and
beaded tank top, $110,
both by Cynthia Steffe;
Indeed necklaces, $28
and $32; Franco Sarto
Wedge, $79 —
Marshall Field's

Blouse, 5195; and skirt, $198, both by Cynthia Steffe, with
Marshall Field's Indeed necklace, $32

Elie Tahari blouse, $248; with ABS jeans, 5198; and Kenneth
Cole faux croc sandals, 5160

JNPLATINUM • APRIL 2005 •

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