Clickflashwhirr has taken a portrait of herself every day for 4.5 years. Wanna see someone grow out a pixie cut? Here you go:
Fashionflirt, a self-confessed “recovering sweatpants addict” is undertaking an experiment to see if she can make yoga wear look stylish and street-ready.
A DIY I just might tackle: Make a cardigan from a tight-fitting long-sleeved tee. Wheee!
I’ve loved Aesop Rock since the moment I first heard, “None Shall Pass.” This commentary from Kimya Dawson combined with lyrics from his song “No Regrets” makes me love him even more. (The song itself is even more staccato-machine-gun than usual, and not my fave … but oh, those lyrics. Cheers, Q.)
I’ve fallen head over heels for Not Dressed as Lamb. You will, too.
In response to a Salon article about how short-haired women are considered less attractive by many men (HRUMPH), Autumn says, “I’m sure there are plenty of straight men who truly, inherently prefer long hair on women. But in my experience, the bulk of straight men who default to liking long hair on women just like women.”
Weesha should just send me her neon-soled Mary Janes. Right now.
The Ethicist weighs in on appearance, skill level, and broadcasting in response to a reader letter about firing a salesperson based on her nose and tongue piercings. (Thanks, Miss_Tina.)
Looking to try the cable knit trend on a budget? Here are some bargainous recommendations.
Patty in polka dots, mustard, pink, and spectators. Yep, still want to be her.
If you’re battling acne and interested in trying the Clearwave Phototherapy System, check out this offer over at Beauty Bets: You can get a free one, if you’re willing to document results!
I adore this mix of red, black, leopard print and stripes.
Should you belt under or over your cardigan if you’re short-waisted? Imogen has the answer.
Love this advice for furthering your body image journey by learning to manage your internal conversation about body “flaws.”
I’m on the hunt for a pair of skinny printed pants at my local thrift stores, but any of these would do in a pinch.
“It’s natural to dress to impress others, or even at the opposite end of the spectrum, to repel them as an act of mild rebellion. But at the end of the day, you’re the one stuck wearing the clothes. Above all, dress for yourself.”
Lyddie makes leopard legwear look lovely. (Self-confessed alliteration addict, right here.)
Are certain nail colors inappropriate to conservative office environments?
Elissa explores ideas of body “perfection,” and questions the wisdom of a recent article that reveals a Victoria’s Secret model’s diet and exercise routine, managing to shame both model and reader in the process.
And from the Department of Random: Rowan Kitty’s perspective on self-employed Sal via The Oatmeal. (Not entirely true. She gets LOADS of lap time. But I also get lots of mrow time.)
One more from the DoR: This gave me goosebumps. (Via Pinterest)