Madonna was right: “We are living in a material world…” More
Let me give you one piece of advice: linen. More
Spring is here and everyone is sloughing off their Winter essentials (coats, scarves, leather everything). Although we’re currently super into those crazy acid-trip prints we fawned over last week, another way to transition into Spring is stripes. Yes, we got more than a little sick of stripes last year, but now we’re ready to do it all over again. We just can’t quit them.
Ahead: bold, bright, graphic striped fashion for the assertive lady on a budget. Nothing over $150. More
A few weeks ago, we were walking by a nice boutique in our neighborhood and saw they were in the midst of a huge sale. We walked in and walked out with an amazing pair of trousers–a boyish, sensible cut in an insane print. They’ve been sitting in our closet since, slowly biding their time until the weather warms up.
This is a long way of saying that our hands down favorite warm weather trend will be acid-trip Spring prints–which is a wide category that includes florals and abstract doodles and all manner of bright colors, all of which look a little off… like they’re melting?
Anyway, it’s an awesome look that can easily be achieved for less than our $150 price cap. Just don’t go wearing more than one of these babies at once (unless you want to look like a damn fashion blogger). More
Human bodies don’t look like this–and we don’t mean that in that asinine “real women have curves” way; we mean holy shit, human bodies aren’t usually indented where the ass has been ritualistically pruned away by a retoucher. More
From the beginning, I’ve been pretty obsessed with fashion… More
Now, apart from the fact that it’s made out of something I already don’t wear, it’s a goddamn teensy purse for $1,500 from J. Crew. And it’s ugly. More
How does this even happen? More
French hens for all! More
Admit it: you always wanted a reason to wear pork. More
If J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons says it’s cool anytime of year, is it a go? More
Fedoras: love ‘em or hate ‘em? More
How it is that Jenna Lyons‘ get-up to the 2012 Met Gala went pretty much unnoticed until recently, is rather strange. The woman, who has a phenomenal sense of style that is completely her own, should have been photographed just as often as the other designers and celebrities on hand, but she wasn’t. Not cool! More