Owning It

Many of us struggle to prioritize our health after the indulgent holiday season. In January, when the evenings are so dark and the couch so comfy, the mere thought of getting back into a healthful routine can seem overwhelming. But what if we flipped our perspective, and exchanged that demotivating sense of obligation for a more positive mindset—could that help…

This Calls for a Toast

The wait is over. This fall, beer aficionados from across the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond can finally sip their favorite sours (and more) at Casey Brewing and Blending’s sleek new taproom in the heart of downtown Glenwood. After a lengthy permitting process kept the company from debuting the tasting room this summer, its doors officially opened to the public…

Trendy Cuts for Men

The Styles You Want + How to Get Them The Fade + Hard Part HAIR TYPE Straight + Short WHAT IT IS There are many different types of fades, but ultimately a fade haircut is one that tapers in length the further down you go on the back and sides, meaning it isn’t trimmed to just one … Continued

Timeless Beauty

With just a few products and a few minutes, these quick makeup routines add a little something extra when you don’t have time to spare Makeup brush 101 Your guide to must-have makeup brushes   01 | ANGLED CONTOUR Use this to apply blush, bronzer or highlighter. The angled cut flawlessly defines and highlights your features. … Continued

Step It Up with Midland Shoe

Health experts often recommend taking 10,000 steps per day. In a place like the Roaring Fork Valley, where a vigorous level of activity is central to our mountain lifestyle, many locals easily surpass that number on a daily basis. Whether walking the neighborhood, strolling the bike path with friends or hitting the town after work, quality footwear is an important…

Travel Edit | Steps of Style

Travel Edit- Hit the slopes with Steps Of Style blogger, Amy Dreyer, as she shows you her picks for staying warm while keeping it cool in Aspen.

Emily Gustafson Breathes the Spirit of the West

One of the best aspects of Carbondale’s Mountain Fair is purchasing a one-of-a-kind craft from the artist who made it. Wild Feather and Stone jewelry by Emily Gustafson presents such an opportunity. The author of this article purchased a leather bracelet with a freshwater pearl and chalcedony quartz, and then went back to buy matching earrings.