Like Angie, I’m always mystified when I see catalog and magazine images showing heavy coats and scarves with open-toed shoes. Where in the world would this work?
A thought-provoking alternative look at selfies.
This fun and flirty outfit features a double dose of daisies.
Although Mango’s new plus size line, Violeta, will only fit to size 20, it has been created using input from 40 fit experts. Here’s hoping they opt to design for more sizes eventually.
“I came out. I came out to myself. I came out to my father, Rev. Father Mamabolo, to my mother. My mother took it the hardest. I hated myself for loving her like that. I hated myself for dreaming about my first love when I was 14. She still does not know that I loved her. I hated that my mother blamed herself but I took the stance to tell my mother that this was not about her. It was about me. It was about me accepting myself. It was about learning to love an outcast of my family, my society, my upbringing. It was about me learning to love me.”
Visual grouping will help give your outfits some cohesion.
Always looking for more ways to wear navy, and I love how Audrey paired her navy top with a rust skirt and cognac boots.
This curved braid bun hairstyle is ever so elegant.
Allie dishes out some great tips on styling ankle boots for a curvy or plus-sized figure.
“Many of the folks who write [Science Reporter Emily Graslie], write not about the science, but about her body, her looks, her clothes, and do so without any apparent embarrassment. She’s a science reporter who happens to be a young woman, and her woman-ness is the thing they focus on. The science, to her chagrin, often takes second place.”
Such an edgy group of artfully draped garments in this outfit.
Making ethical purchasing choices is tough when it comes to clothing, and equally challenging when it comes to cosmetics. (Contains a disturbing image.)
“Back then, you may have started your mornings with a derisive glance in the mirror, with a shunning of yourself. Now, I hope that when you look in the mirror, you see what makes you powerfully, wonderfully, uniquely you. ”
On this week’s Fox 9 Morning Show segment, we chatted about midi skirts and how to style them.
Carolyn Hax has three words for a distressed reader’s weight-obsessed sister, and they are “I don’t recall.” (Cheers, Nebraskim)
A little pop of teal in the scarf makes these bright tights seem like a chic and natural choice.
Great tips on holiday dressing for girls who don’t love or wear dresses.
And from the Department of Random: Korean artist Jeeyoung Lee makes these amazing, surreal images entirely without Photoshop.