Crushable’s Jenni Maier wore the absolute perfect dress for autumn. Check it out! More
Topic: urban outfitters
Are mullet dresses still a popular thing? We figured they were long, long out of fashion–butMarion Cotillard is still wearing them so… maybe not? More
Whenever you’re checking out a big chain store–Urban Outfitters, for one, but it happens everywhere from Williams-Sonoma to Express to Ikea–you’re often asked a series of questions. Your email address is usually requested (which we always decline) and your zip code too. It is always framed as though your zip code is necessary to complete the transaction. We’ve occasionally given ours, having assumed it’s just for some sort of harmless market research*.
Apparently it’s darker than that. More
The mysterious lifestyle center will be three stories tall and probably contain nothing but phrenology busts. More
Urban Outfitters is going to start serving booze, so you can be drunk while buying ironic t-shirts. More
An Urban Outfitters is coming to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that will serve food as well as overpriced, transparent “slub tees.” While they may just keep serving $19 veggie plates, I hope it’ll much more entertaining that that. More
It’s pouring in New York today–luckily, we were walking to work clomping through puddles with impunity, thanks to our excellent Tretorn ‘Kelly’ boots. Only after conquering many puddles did we realize that a lot of you may be mulling rain boot options right this very moment. So, we decided to put together this handy guide to cute/versatile/practical and cheap rain boots for those rainy weeks of Spring when the weather is figuring out what it wants to be.
Ahead, we have selected 12 cute rain boots under $100 (though 11 of them are under $70). 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
A thorough but by no means exhaustive look at what where you shop says about you.
American Apparel: you have a rash somewhere on your body right now that you definitely plan on getting checked out, even though you have yet to make a doctor’s appointment.
Lululemon: all of your scarves are infinity scarves. Somehow you are still unhappy.
Anthropologie: you are reading this on a bicycle. You have always been on a bicycle. You don’t know where you’re going and you can’t stop the bicycle, no matter how much you want to. There is a dog in your basket – a dog you have never seen before in your life. It’s raining gently and you’re frightened. More
Okay, look: printed jeans (and cords and trousers) are verging on annoying trend territory (maybe not far off trends-that-need-to-die territory) but the fact of the matter is… we love them. We love them a lot. They are surprisingly versatile, incredibly easy to style–a solid color top and cool ankle boots, you say?–and they look so fresh. Which is to say, even if they seem dated in six months, we won’t care because we’ll still be wearing them. Here’s a bunch of good ones, starting at $24.80 and topping out around $400. More
“They said that they had sold out of everything literally that day.” More
Obviously, I don’t understand the world of PR, retail, or natural disasters. More
If there are a few major lessons we’ve learned in our time at TheGloss, it’s that people 1) hate hipsters 2) no one can agree on what a hipster is and 3) despite the hate, they fucking love hipster versions of regular things. It’s a study in contradictions, really. Illustrator Fabian Ciraolo trades in the public’s weird, amorphous hatred of the great white pejorative by imagining historical figures (Marilyn Monroe, Che, Dali) and pop culture icons (Captain Planet, Dorothy, Edward Scissorhands) in band shirts and suspenders and tattoos. More
Would it make them feel better if they knew Urban Outfitters doesn’t actually like gay people, and is only using a girl-girl kiss as a “sexy” way to sell clothing? More