Waterfront Place Hotel officially transitioned to Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place at Two Waterfront Place in Morgantown, W. Va on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017.

The newly renovated Morgantown Marriott is conveniently located one mile from West Virginia University and offers an airport shuttle, full-service spa, fitness center, pool, and a full-service Starbucks®, open from 6 am to 6 pm daily. The hotel has 207 guest rooms, consisting of double-queen, king and suites, with both river and city views available.

To ensure a comfortable stay for travelers, all rooms are equipped with complimentary high speed Internet, a desk, a mini refrigerator, a 55” television, and a coffee maker for early risers. Located within the hotel, Morgantown Marriott is home to the Morgantown Event Center, with 18 meeting rooms with more than 50,000 square feet of meeting and event space, perfect for business, weddings, parties and more.

Guests and locals are invited to dine at Bourbon Prime, a new bourbon-inspired, full-service restaurant located at the hotel.  Executive Chef Jeremy Bosley has created a “wild and wonderful” West Virginia experience by consistently offering a menu of locally sourced items, including prime cuts of beef, inventive artisanal cocktails, and fine craft beers. Bourbon Prime is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Founded in 1991 by Navin C. Dimond, Stonebridge Companies is a privately owned, innovative hotel owner, operator and developer headquartered near Denver, Colorado. Its diverse portfolio of properties includes select-service, extended-stay, mid-scale and full-service hotels in markets throughout the U.S. For detailed information, visit http://www.sbcos.com.

Best Dressed in the Water – AMI Clubwear

No matter where you find yourself this summer, you’ll need swimwear that rises to the occasion. Sit back, relax and actually enjoy the packing process with the sexy styles from AMI Clubwear. Founded by fashion forward CEO Yang Yang, AMI Clubwear is the place to shop for the hottest styles and trends in Los Angeles. Get sophisticated looks without breaking the bank during your summer getaway!

Need a good ol’ two-piece or an out-of-the-box one-piece? Show off some skin with a stunner swimsuit that will stick with you through thick and thin, waves and tides:

  • Sexy Orange Color-Block One Piece Monokini: Be fun and flirty this summer with this magnificent monokini! Featuring a bold color with contrasting hues, adjustable halter and back tie, followed by over-sized stitched detailing, this suit will be your favorite fitted swimwear.
  • Sexy Navy Color-Block Two Piece Monokini: Keep it cute and crocheted on your next beach getaway with this inspired number. With fun, flirty colors and an adjustable halter tie, you’ll be ready for any adventure.
  • Sexy Black Netted Padded Two Piece: You can never go wrong with a simple, black two piece. With netted trim, a back zipper, and lightly padded bra cups, you’ll turn every tourist’s head!

Stay sexy and sun-kissed on your next vacation with the chicest swimsuits fromAMI Clubwear! With the fresh, flirty looks from this bold brand, you can consider yourself packed and prepped for that gorgeous getaway.

To find out how you can slip on an AMI Clubwear outfit, visit https://www.amiclubwear.com.

Feminine Touches For Your Spring & Summer Wardrobe

When the mercury starts to rise, and the days get longer and lighter, many of us like to embrace our girly side. If you’re keen to refresh your wardrobe and add some flirty, feminine touches for spring/summer, here are some hot additions you won’t want to miss.

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Be a frill-seeker

Frills and ruffles are everywhere at the moment, and this is great new for girly girls. Adding a simple frill to a sweater, blouse or skirt can make the blandest, most basic piece visually stunning. Go for frills up top if you’re keen to streamline a pear shape or stick to ruffles on the bottom half if you want to create a curvier shape. If you’re not comfortable with the idea of basing your outfits on Flamenco dresses, don’t panic. There are plenty of pieces out there, which offer a much more subtle approach.

Add pastels to your palette

In the cold, wet months, we tend to drape ourselves in black and jewel tones. Now that the sun has finally appeared, it’s time to mix up your palette and add some lighter, softer tones. Pastels always work well in spring. If you’re worried about wearing pastels with your skin tone, don’t be. You don’t have to dress head to toe in lilac or lemon. You can add touches using bags, scarves, jewelry, and shoes.

Embrace prim and proper

Casual styles are all the rage at the moment, but there is still a market for Gossip Girl chic. If you’d rather wear pleated midi skirts and pussy-bow blouses than ripped jeans and camo jackets, this is the look for you. Think floaty fabrics, delicate prints, and dainty jewels. If you’re searching for inspiration, take a look at 925 silver charms & charm bracelets wholesale at ELF925. Stick to silver, gold or rose gold, and keep things simple with understated drop earrings, bracelets, and pendant necklaces.

Give your wardrobe the cold shoulder

If you’re looking for items to give your wardrobe some va-va-voom without showing too much flesh, the cold shoulder trend could be just the ticket. With this style, you’re covered up, but you’re flashing just a little bit of skin. This is a great option for spring/summer when it’s not boiling outside, but you don’t need a cardigan or a jacket.

Just add embroidery

If you’re looking for a simple way to add a more feminine vibe to your closet, embroidery is one of the hottest trends out there at the moment, and it’s also really easy to wear. Go or folk-inspired embroidered linen tops with skinny jeans or team a basic vest with jeans adorned with a floral motif. Alternatively, keep your clothing simple, and let some embroidered pumps do the talking.

Spring is on its way, and what better time of year to celebrate your girly side, and add some more feminine pieces to your wardrobe? If you’re off on a long-overdue shopping trip, hopefully, these ideas will help you to select some show-stopping spring/summer outfits.

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Spring and Summer Trend: Chunk It Up

Winter is associated with anything chunky; whether it’s chunky knits, chunky boots or a nice thick, chunky scarf for cold spells, it’s all…big. When summer comes (not far away) we tend to ditch this in favor of lighter accessories to keep us cool and stick to the “stereotypical” trend that we are all brought up with. It’s not even logical; of course we need to be free and floaty when the sun is beating down on us, but what if some people don’t like the dainty stuff that we are expected to wear? What if we want to hold on to winter but aren’t quite sure how without overheating?

Don’t panic – it all lies in the accessories.

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This is one thing that you can so totally afford to go big and bold with. Cable-knit jumpers always have a lovely plaited design? This can be transferred onto your head. Simply look up a few hair design tutorials on YouTube (Dutch braid is a great one to keep the hair out of your face but still provide a style that is pretty effortless once you get used to it) and rotate them around throughout the coming weeks. If you can’t keep the knits on you, at least you can keep your hair looking chunky. It’s actually quite summery to put your hair into braids anyway, but the bigger the better – don’t go small with them, pull them out and make them look as messy as you like. It’s the way to go.


Even if you know you have to wear as little as socially-acceptably possible to cope with the heat, there are things that you can wear to mix up your style a little. Gothic jewelry is a great example of something that is big and bold and makes a statement, but without drawing too much away from what you’re already wearing. Rather than layering up your clothes, layer up your necklaces; you don’t have to necessarily go for anything made out of metal, either. Knotted necklaces made out of hemp rope are springing back into fashion after their day in the 70s, and the beautiful gemstones that you can get adorning the middle of them really are an attractive centerpiece to what you’re wearing.


There is little that you can do in terms of making your makeup bigger, but you can accentuate different features and use darker shades that you usually would have only brought out in the winter. It seems that plum and cherry lipsticks are consigned to the months of November and December, but don’t let them sit all lonely in your makeup bag for the next couple of seasons – bring them out and let them know that they’re still loved – who says you can’t?

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Italian lifestyle brand La Perla is pleased to introduce Julia Haart as Creative Director beginning with the Spring/Summer 2017 season, which will debut a Women’s Ready-to-Wear collection, a natural addition to La Perla’s core lingerie and beachwear collections.

The designer takes over from Pedro Lourenço, who completed his contract in July 2016. La Perla thanks Pedro Lourenço for his vision executing the first phase of evolution for the brand towards a complete lifestyle proposition.


Julia worked closely with the La Perla design team on two inspiring accessories collaborations: Spring/Summer 2016 and Fall/Winter 2016-2017. She will continue the brand’s evolution this season into women’s Ready-to-Wear.

Julia Haart is a rare female Creative Director in the industry, and has a strong connection to La Perla’s brand heritage, born from the vision of female creator Ada Masotti.

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La Perla has a strong identity: core to its DNA is the mission and expertise to design garments that highlight femininity with stunning fabrics, luxurious details and attention to comfort and form.

Julia Haart, with the established design team’s support, will be Creative Director overseeing lingerie, sleepwear, beachwear, accessories and menswear lines, and the new Ready-to-Wear collection, all of which begin with an unrivaled understanding of building the closest garments to women’s bodies.

With skin-close expertise and a woman at the helm, La Perla aims to transform the expectations women have for what clothes can do, and how they feel when they get dressed.

From Chairman Silvio Scaglia:
Julia Haart comes to La Perla as a trusted advisor, bringing consideration of the female body and experience of wear and beauty as a primary focus. La Perla’s Spring/Summer ’17 collection will be a revolutionary one, not just for our brand but for women’s fashion in general, thanks to a strong mix of our Atelier’s savoir faire, a woman who is extremely talented as a creative director and the best materials in the world. Julia’s work is emblematic of the La Perla lifestyle and I am excited to work with her on this new cornerstone of the brand’s history.

Founded in 1954 by the talented corsetry maker Ada Masotti, La Perla is the leading Italian lingerie and beachwear maison. Artisanal heritage, knowledge of the female body, blend of innovation and tradition and Italian identity are the founding values of the La Perla universe. In the second half of 2013, the company was acquired by Pacific Global Management, owned by Silvio Scaglia’s family holding and already active in the fashion industry through the world largest model management network, operating under the brands Elite, Women and The Society. La Perla sells its creations through a network of flagship stores, shop-in-shops and corners located in the heart of the most important fashion districts, as well as being present in the best department stores and specialized boutiques worldwide. The company offers collections of lingerie, sleepwear, beachwear, loungewear and accessories for women and men who aim at expressing their style with ease and sophistication.


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