Because she must.
Cher looks chic and cozy in her knitted poncho.
“What this all comes down to is cultivating a sense of self-love. When you love yourself, you best believe you’ll dress yourself accordingly.”
Luciana looks positively dapper in her cape blazer and brimmed hat.
“In this performance of ‘In My Skin’ at the 2015 Texas Grand Slam Poetry Festival, Sha’Condria ‘iCon’ Sibley speaks of for all of us who are tired of our makeup being equated with vanity or self-hate. iCon has struggled with acne, eczema, hyper pigmentation, and more – and she’s not ashamed to count makeup as one of her powerful tools for survival.” (Contains swears)
SheFinds asks: Are fancy hangers worth it? I finally bought velvet-covered ones myself, and although they create a wonderfully uniform-looking closet, they’re far bulkier than the wire dry cleaner ones I’ve used my entire life … my closet looks fuller, not emptier!
Sheryl’s classy crop top and slouchy pant outfit is making me long for spring. LOVE those heels, too.
Angie’s post on challenging your environmental norm with your personal style was a fascinating read.
I remember being told that Southern women would sleep with cotton gloves on over their moisturizing creams to keep their hands hydrated, and I remember scoffing. And then when my nails began to crack and my hands began to itch no matter how much I slathered on during the day, I bought these and tried it. Works like a charm, friends.
Anett looks ever so chic in her long vest and bold purple pencil skirt.
Love these tips on how to use neutrals as a pop of color.
So tempted by this skull and tassel bag charm/keyring
Sobering, surprising, and upsetting: ” … a majority of returned items never make it back to retailers’ shelves. Instead, the items wind their way through liquidators, wholesalers and resellers, many of the purchases ending up in landfills. According to some estimates, as much as two million tons of returned items — most of it undamaged merchandise — are thrown away each year, enough to fill over 200,000 garbage trucks.”
Imogen asks you to take a long, hard look at how your clothes make you feel.
Lar and Cath at AsianCajuns are both reevaluating and revamping their personal styles. Lar’s post on her process could be helpful to anyone considering similar changes.
On Mad Mimi I talked about making sure your newsletter has a real purpose.
Patti toughens up a simple dress and classic pearls with a marvelous leather vest. Also love Joanna’s amazing quilted and studded duster.
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