Topic: Dresses

10 Awesome Dresses You Can Use For Halloween (And After!)

10 Awesome Dresses You Can Use For Halloween (And After!)

Halloween is fun and great and wonderful… until you end up spending $100+ to cobble together some costume you’ll wear for a single drunken evening before it sinks to the back of your closet, never to be worn again (those whiskey stains don’t help).

So, we’re here to help: these ten dresses will work great for various decade-spanning Halloween costumes… but you can also repeat wear them because they’re not actually costumes. Sure, you might spend a little more, but you also get a nice dress out of it. More »

Dresses That Do Not Work For Every Woman

Dresses That Do Not Work For Every Woman

There is another article today about a dress that supposedly works for every woman, as though that is some kind of weird anomaly, and most dresses work only for three women (all of them, strangely, named Brandi, with a heart over the ‘i’). That does not seem… like a sensible business plan to say the least. But I have thought about it, and I have come up with some dresses that do not work for every woman. Namely More »

Check Out These Fantastical Images Of Elegant Paper Dresses

Check Out These Fantastical Images Of Elegant Paper Dresses

Every few months there’s some fashion editorial/event/publicity stunt in which someone has made a dress out of something not traditionally used to make dresses. Recent examples include cheese, gummi bears, toilet paperroadkill, beetle wings3000 cow and yak nipples… In the time between those stories, we hear of industrious teenagers making prom dresses from similarly unlikely materials: cardboard, homework, etc… More »

Have You Seen The Justin Bieber Mannequin?

Have You Seen The Justin Bieber Mannequin?

You know why they make mannequins headless? It’s supposed to be so you can imagine yourself in the clothing. I mean, that operates under the assumption that you have a body shaped like a mannequin. That is an assumption that is correct maybe a tiny, tiny portion of the time, but that’s the logic to all those faceless mannequins you see. You are supposed to be able to look at mannequins and envision yourself in any given dress.

There is apparently a portion of the population that does not want to imagine themselves in any given dress.

They want to imagine a young Justin Bieber. More »