Like many Americans, I’ll be taking a break from Internetting for the Thanksgiving holiday, so here are a smallish group of links for this week! (I have some goodies from the archive slated for tomorrow and Friday … I’d never leave you lovelies high and dry.)
Unsurprisingly, Medicinal Marzipan’s guide to loving your body through the holidays is packed with compassionate wisdom.
Check out this fantastically creative way to wear a necklace and scarf together.
My inner organizatrix is giddy with glee at these clever, cheap ways to keep your jewelry and accessories in order.
How to wear a puffer vest without looking like Marty McFly.
This fascinating piece examines how weight, competition, and isolation are frequently interrelated. (Via Jezebel.)
Organic dry skin remedies for the cold days ahead.
How much do I love these Arcade Fire-inspired ensembles? Quite a lot, thank you.
1950s jewelry designer Art Smith made some truly stunning pieces. “And, although being a gay, black, male jewelry designer in the 50s provided several challenges, Smith succeeded in getting his work featured in Vogue, Harpers, and the New Yorker, in addition to having it sold at Bloomingdales.”
I believe that shapewear has its uses, but know that many body image advocates loathe the very concept. Do you think shapewear is harmful, harmless, or somewhere in between?
Esme wears an elaborate feathered collar-piece, and makes it look retro-chic.
And from the Department of Random: Apparently, they’re making a new Buffy movie … without Joss. This strikes me as utter lunacy.