It’s pretty much her bed. We just borrow it each night.
Alice makes her print mix even more fun with bold, bright colors.
Angie shares three style attributes that transcend trends, helpful if you worry about looking dated.
Katha shows off a glamorous layered-look dress and beautiful bow-adorned pumps.
“He loudly asks me why Indian girls are so hairy. I stare at him, shocked, wanting to disappear. He presses on, telling me all brown girls are unattractive and he’s only ever met one girl hairier than me. He tells me her name, as though I’d know her. I turn around and ignore him until he goes away. The whole class is quiet; no one sticks up for me. I learn what it’s like to hate your skin. Really, really hate it.”
On About.com I offered tips for buying jewelry that looks expensive but doesn’t cost a fortune, and rounded up over-the-knee boots for all sizes and styles.
I would steal this outfit right off of Ranti if I could: Black leather peplum top and crow-print maxi skirt? Oh yes.
Wondering how to make the season’s trends wearable and workable? This list of the best trends for women over 40 is actually a great primer on the more accessible looks coming down from the runways that just about anyone might find useful.
Deborah’s big gray knit wrap looks marvelously cozy, and perfect on a simple black backdrop.
In my Star Tribune column, I answered reader questions about capsule wardrobes, making jeans work, and crafting a grown-up closet.
“‘On Beauty‘ showcases the work of New York fashion photographer-turned-activist Rick Guidotti, who traded shooting Cindy Crawford for shooting people with a range of visible genetic conditions such as albinism, Marfan syndrome, Down syndrome and dwarfism.”
Some of these clothing gadgets made me giggle – like the beverage mitten – but others are simple and brilliant.
A tweed blazer and button-front shirt are made casual and modern when paired with boyfriend jeans.
At TPT Rewire, I wrote about the utterly amazing accessories you’ll see on Phryne if you tune in to Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.
This post offers a fascinating exploration of Nike’s ads and the company’s relationship with feminism.
“The influence that market has on the next runway designs is immense, if quiet. To think that a fashion editor considers only the art and beauty (and practicality, if you look at those “best of” articles) in selecting what they include in their aspirational print is short sighted.”
On the Fox 9 Buzz I talked about how to fit a blazer.