Megan Draper may be ready for mod, but is Don? More
Kim Kardashian has one, and if she has one you know it’s really in style, because her wardrobe is being picked out by her boyfriend Kanye something.
In what can only be described as a gruesome ode to Tonya Harding, Banana Republic has released an ad in which a model’s knee is taken out. More
So much cute. More
That’s right. I admit it. I don’t watch Mad Men. And it’s not because I don’t watch TV. My DVR is filled with all kinds of ridiculousness, from House of Lies to Project Runway All-Stars and even a little Heart Of Dixie. Don’t worry, I got into Homeland, so it’s not all bad.
That being said, I just can’t get myself worked up about Don Draper’s hotness or Christina Hendricks‘ ample bosoms. More
I want to move to The Republic of Banana More
A lot of hardcore shoppers tend to look at Black Friday the way most hardcore drinkers look at New Year’s Eve: it’s amateur hour. However, other (occasionally less smug) shoppers see Black Friday as an opportunity to score all kinds of mind-boggling deals… if you’re willing to brave the crowds. Here’s a few that may make us consider the risk to life and limb. More
Tonight is Fashion’s Night Out and we are lonely and scared and want you to be our friends. Help us feel like we’re not going through this alone. We’ll pay you, sort of.
Mad Men‘s beloved costume designer Janie Bryant has collaborated with Banana Republic on a collection inspired by the show’s period-accurate nipped waists, pencil skirts, little cardigans and other such retro styles. It hit BR stores this week and if you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the ladies lookbook so you can act out all of your Joan Holloway fantasies (the sartorial ones, anyway). More
I’ve never been to a garden party but I figure, if you were to attend one, you’d need a light, white (maybe eyelet?) dress and a soft, featherweight cardigan. So, for those of you who can handle (maybe even enjoy) direct sunlight, here are some light Spring-appropriate cardigans, perfect for warming weather that hasn’t yet begun to swelter. More
We have all experienced the unique anguish of planning an outfit for introduction to our significant other’s parents. One thing I’ve learned over the years of meeting parents is that you don’t want to call attention to your clothes: stay away from statement items, bold colors and eye-catching materials. You want to showcase your lovely personality (and good posture) on that crucial first meeting, not have them asking “Why is our child with this… carnie… in leather chaps?” More
Look. Men shouldn’t be the only ones who get to suit up. Take back the suit. Take it back for Coco. More