Thursday, November 20, 2008

Party time

It's party time in the Bay area. With all the holidays and the festivities surrounding can never have enough dresses, can one? Especially when they (the parties) overlap (as do the party goers themselves) and who wants to be caught dead in the same dress worn thrice? In order not to, check out the new frocks from Trina Turk... long and silky...what's not to love? And the peacock dress hardly says "birds of a feather dress."

Friday, November 7, 2008

CHANGE you can believe in.

I'm not talking about political candidates,I'm talking about something equally important however: your wardrobe. Yes, change your wardrobe at iniam as well as save some change by coming to our historic event:

30% off everything sale TODAY AND TOMORROW only.

And we too believe in a more perfect union -- Bring a friend and if your friend makes a purchase, you both receive 35% off. That gets my vote.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Left on Houston

New in our Fall line-up is a reasonably-priced sweater line "Left on Houston" - yes, that's right, so reasonable in fact they are almost sold out! Take a look at this soft sweater in blues and grays and buttons up the back and the toffee- colored bell sleeve cardigan. Cute as the buttons on the sweaters themselves. Don't wait - they'll be gone faster than you can say "thank god the election is over"

Tuesday, November 4, 2008


So my mother called yesterday afternoon, to ask me if I voted yet (I like voting on Election Day) and then said CNN reported that if Obama doesn't win, there will be riots in the street of Oakland. Hmmmm...I think a way to prevent this from happening, is to VOTE. I've yet to see a McCain sign anywhere in Oakland, though I did see some chocolates with the GOP on them, and if all the supporters of Obama vote, then the issue will be moot. So VOTE VOTE VOTE. Besides, don't believe everything you hear on the news, especially CNN

Monday, November 3, 2008

Tis the season...

No, it's not Christmas time yet; we at iniam usually wait until the pumpkins are long gone from windows and stoops before we start worrying about Santa and tinsel. It is the season in the Bay area however, to pick up a few turtlenecks from James Perse (navy, black, charcoal, heather gray). These tops have the earmarks of a classic turtleneck without you ending up looking like a turtle. You see, the necks are snuggly, but not TIGHT, and definitely not so loose you would loose a graham cracker down the front. And James Perse softness, quality, and ease. These are the perfect foil to these rainy blustery days of late.