Wooweeee, big week for links! Good job, Internet.
Lovely Stephanie over at Radical Hateloss did a Q&A with me earlier this week … please stop by her fantastic blog and take a peek!
Are our brains hardwired to hate our bodies?
May is proving to be a particularly tantalizing one over on Everyday Fluevog. I want to meet, befriend, and raid the wardrobe of this gal!
For you Southern Hemi readers, Super Kawaii Mama has some fabulous tips on staying glam when the weather turns cold.
Jezebel reprinted a list of Ten Commandments of Pop Culture Feminism. Thoughts? Check the comments, too, for a lively discourse.
Kirsten has done it again with an amazing roundup of comfy shoes for hard-to-fit feet.
Amanda explains why she really, seriously, truly hates Carrie Bradshaw. I detest SATC with my entire soul, but it occurs to me on reading this diatribe that Carrie might be a total caricature, never meant to represent real human behavior, thought patterns, or life experiences. Could this be so? And IF so, does that make her innocuous? Of course people still view her as a role model, even if she was never, ever meant to be one … (Via Yum & Yuk.)
How exactly do you style a cropped top without overexposing?
Kate dishes up some marvelous advice on buying pants that actually fit.
You live inside an Anthropologie catalog. This is your life: “You press flowers between the pages of first-edition Dickens novels. Your job involves traveling to Italy and being pensive in rooms. You have a book-strap. You have a wrought-iron bed. You know how to applique.” If you’d rather live inside a J.Crew, UO, or Vicky’s Secret catalog, click here. (Cheers, Rad.)
Spandex Pony is offered a job in fashion … but for half her current salary in non-fashion. What would you have done in her situation?
It’s not easy, but letting go of shame-based body thoughts and language is vital to cultivating a healthy body image.
Corporette’s shopping equation is both amusing and apt.
Fashionista posted a list of the most influential personal style bloggers. Do you agree with their picks?
I’ve got my own guide to shorts coming up soon, but Omiru put together some quick-and-dirty tips for finding flattering shorts that I just love.
Damn right you can, Jessica.