It took years, but I finally found a pair of boyfriend jeans that looked good on my short little legs. More
Madewell just launched its newest collaboration with French label Sézane, and the cool-factor of all of the pieces is more than enough to justify my basically going bankrupt for the sake of fashion, which was going to happen sooner or later anyway. More
All the ugly sandals, from “clunky” to “full-out grandpa.” More
I’m so done with bras, especially bras with underwire. More
Whoa, real leather shorts and pants for less than $150?! Yay for sales! More
There’s a lot of ways to celebrate Presidents Day, including reading some erotica, buying some knick knacks, or celebrating presidential sex pots. Once you get done with all that, you may want to check out the Presidents Day weekend sales, either ending today or tomorrow. I recommend engaging in my favorite activity: slightly tipsy online shopping–you’ll be inspired to try something bold, and you might even forget you bought it, meaning a surprise is on it’s way to your house. It’s like a surprise present from your past self! More
Madewell is offering an additional 40 percent off already on-sale items this weekend, so we went shopping for you. More
We rounded up 15 witchy-cool ankle boots for you to wear this Fall. More
We were a little nonplussed when Fashion Backpacks became a thing–would grown women really want a style synonymous with middle schoolers?–but before we had time to react, The Row had already starting manufacturing $4000 models (as well as $55,000 models flecked with prescription pills). Since the style is now just as acceptable on adults as it is for those of you headed back to school, a backpack-centric Shopping Guide seemed appropriate. Here’s some good options for under $100 (most under $50), ranging from practical–Baggu, JanSport–to more refined versions from Zara and Marc by Marc. More
We are firm believers in never paying full price for anything. While it can be tempting to purchase current season stuff while it’s new and hot (and, well, practical weather-wise), we’d much rather wait until late summer/early Winter for crazy discounts on slightly older stock. Since everyone and their mother’s having a sale right now, we figured we’d round up a few current gems for you. Ahead, you’ll find all kinds of good summery stuff–dresses, tops, pants, accessories–and all of them under $150, including Rebecca Taylor, Helmut Lang, J Brand, A.P.C., Opening Ceremony and more. 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
The weather is shitty.
A nice way to pass the time when you can’t go outside is online shopping (well, online window shopping). At the moment, we’re interested in ankle boots of the Winter-friendly variety (no stillettos, no slender heels)–basically, closed toe leather boots for clomping down slick streets. Bonus points if they liven up drab winter staples like puffer jackets and scarves. More
Thanksgiving is about two things: trying not to argue with your family and eating your face off. Sometimes those overlap!
Oh, Thanksgiving is also about pretty autumn colors like cranberry, pumpkin, wines and plums. Here, we have assembled a gallery of under $300 dresses (with a wide range of prices) that are nice enough for a formal dinner occasion but forgiving enough to account for that delicious third helping of stuffing. Please note that if you’re not embarrassed of your Thanksgiving potbelly, by all means buy a bodycon dress and own it.
For the rest of us–who go a little too overboard–here’s a handy guide to empire waists, generous cuts and shirt dresses with removable belts.
Zooey Deschanel, what hath thou wrought?
Okay, so Zooey generally looks fairly put-together. But the quirksome, infantilized woman-children she so often plays seem to have leaked into mainstream culture to the point where major fashion brands like Madewell are styling their models like they’re trying out for Charlize Theron‘s role on Arrested Development. I’m all for dressing whimsically, but there’s a difference between selecting a cutesy print and making people wonder if you’re developmentally disabled and/or engaged in some sort of adult baby fetish play. Click through to see what I mean. More