Years of experience working with vintage fashion — and being a curvy woman herself — has taught Rebecca Earle how to make vintage finds work...
Toward the end of high school, I somehow convinced myself that there was only one style of pants that would fit me. The Internet wasn’t...
In her hometown of Lee, the 21-year-old founder of Rabbit House creates feminine, vintage-inspired clothing for modern women.
Recent UNH grad Charlie Durkin's fashion transition helped him express himself authentically as he underwent a more significant transition in his life.
Style Queue's Goods Guide offers tips on hosting friends with a stylish spread by shopping at local stores for food and wares.
Style Queue celebrates unique, body-positive, sustainable style on the Seacoast. Here's the online version of our Fall 2017 edition.
The family behind Tom's of Maine has taken on the fashion industry with its clothing company, Ramblers Way, which now has a store in Portsmouth.
Many of us look to New York, London, Paris, and Milan as the high fashion capitals of the world. But where do we seek inspiration...
See the online edition of the spring 2017 issue of Style Queue, a fashion-forward magazine for the Seacoast.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, fashion blogger Kristin Scott pulls a fall outfit from Seacoast businesses.
From the Goods Guide in the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, shampoo bars are an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bottles that work well and smell great
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, Dane Estes explains how he stopped worrying what people think and started wearing the clothes he loves.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, Old as Adam owner Adam Irish and painter Alastair Dacey share a passion for vintage fashion.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, Lauren Audet describes her long journey from shame to self-love — with her sense of humor still intact.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, the mystery man known as Knit_Guy reveals how knitting starts conversations and helps him listen.
In the fall 2017 edition of Style Queue Magazine, local interior designer Lisa Teague talks about her eclectic and evolving approach to decorating.
Style Queue photographers share images from 2016 summer fashion events in the Portsmouth area.
Tiffany Landry and Jonathan Lessard are the couple behind Lost Coast, a delightfully weird junk shop in Kittery. Actually, it’s more like a meticulously curated mix of vintage fad toys, granny-chic kitchenware, hip used clothing, and dope records, among other things.
Based in Brentwood, Krista Larson Designs is an internationally distributed name in women’s fashion, specializing in flattering, comfortable clothing that fits a variety of sizes.
Seventeen-year-old Phillips Exeter Academy student Rachel Luo is a style hunter armed with a camera and a keen eye. The Texas native is the mind behind “The Exeter Issue,” a fashion-centered Instagram and Facebook page that is quietly gaining a big audience.
A Southwestern bohemian look inspires a warmer weather feel that New Englanders can enjoy in the summertime, and the fashion can be found on the Seacoast at many local boutique shops.
For 32-year-old Kittery Point resident Olivia Korpi, fashion is about joy. She shares her skill and passion for fashion through her style consulting business, O.Style.
Mrs. Janet Y. Larose knows fashion, and she puts her knowledge to use for a variety of causes. A resident of both Portsmouth and New York, Janet talked to Style Queue editor Jennifer Moore about her glamorous style, including the one-of-a-kind, vintage Chanel ensemble she wore for the interview.
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