The wardrobe of an average American woman is endless, but mostly consisting of what is essentially inside clothes, only she wears them everywhere.
What the Grammys showed us, oddly, is a culture in crisis. No matter how much fame or adulation, how many award nominations and costume changes, meaning is missing.
On Sunday, for the first time ever, I watched the Golden Globes. I learned that it’s all about the outfits. Especially the really bad ones.
If Forever 21’s bankruptcy signals an end to fast fashion styles and shoddily manufactured trend pieces, then the closing of 350 stores worldwide will be worth it.
A dress code that allows students to wear hats during the national anthem is just one symptom of a school culture that’s lost all seriousness and respect.
Fall is when silhouettes get more structured, beautiful colors like burgundy, eggplant, and forest green reemerge, and that huge stash of turtlenecks I have in my closet goes on rotation.
The Trump brand name may have been the fashion line’s ultimate downfall, but it’s potentially still the company’s most valuable asset.
Remember looking back at middle school pictures from your parents’ era and cackling over how ridiculous they looked? Those fashions and worse are back to torment us.
Millions of American women now view tissue-thin, garishly patterned leggings as pants. They’re not pants. They hardly cover anything but the color of your skin.
No, statement pieces aren’t just crazily patterned socks. Although those are a fun way to introduce personality, they are merely the tip of the iceberg.
The good news is we professional moms don’t have to shuck out a large chunk of our pay just to meet dress code for 40 weeks.
Raised on a diet of force-fed progressivism, we millennials inhale liberal ideas without knowing it, and find them at war with some innately conservative impulses.
Like it or not, people will often judge you not just by the work you deliver but sometimes simply by the clothes you wear.
Here are a few simple rules I try to keep in mind when doing a seasonal edit of my wardrobe.
These easy suggestions can have you embracing spring and looking fabulous in no time.
Before you go out and buy everything or concede and wear your mother’s hand-me-downs, start with the basics.
School’s out, and everyone is outside. Change up your beauty routine to slide right into summer.
My daughter is only three. Why are all the shorts and skirts available short enough to show underwear?
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