“That’s what makes the account @dietprada a delight for fashion nerds. It’s a collection of all those ‘I think I’ve seen this before …’ runway moments, pairing familiar-looking pieces with their alleged inspirations.”
So excited to learn about Cake Plus Size Resale!
Kim does long sleeves with a short skirt, a great combo for transitional dressing.
Some interesting and eye-opening points in this one: Why I Think Ethical Fashion is a Privileged White Girl Thing
Wearing these amazing handmade front-back earrings pretty much constantly these days.
Love the bold look of magenta and orange worn together.
“Femininity is not a bad thing, however, I really do detest the idea that fat women are only seen as attractive within society when we are wearing lingerie, or have a face full of makeup on or when we have a sultry expression on our faces. Don’t get me wrong, the aforementioned are all things that are valid, as fat women deserve to feel sensual and to explore our sexuality in all forms, however, the problem occurs when it becomes the standard by which society uses to judge all fat people in order to be seen as socially attractive, or to cement physical validation.”
Miria’s gingham pants and off-the-shoulder top make for a sassy combination.
Sold off several pairs of now-uncomfortable shoes/boots to make room for these Frye ankle boots. They are gloriously comfy, and are gonna age like champs.
The Curvy Fashionista is stoked about CurvyCo, an online plus-size only resale marketplace.
Related: Consignment Startups Win by Breaking the Rules of Retail (An interesting read, though I must point out that many, many online consignment storefronts have gone out of business in just the past three years.)
“We assume that if we don’t, if we don’t love our hips, for instance, or that weird birthmark on our bellies, or we wish we had thicker hair or we wish that our legs were longer, then we can’t have a healthy relationship with our bodies. But that’s actually a myth.”
So excited that the Barking Dog Shoes team is recommending Camper to their readers! I love this brand’s designs.
Maryam layers up in light hues for the end of summer.
This interview with seasoned burlesque performer Fancy Feast is a marvelous read.
Vogue UK asks: What is an influencer?
Saw a gal striding across the Nordstrom parking lot in this tee and knew we could be friends.
“… a wide range of images of similarly clad men in shirts and trousers who I had worked with over the years flashed across my mind like a monotonous, monochromatic movie. I must say I felt a bit miffed at not having this power to determine how good men were at their work from what they wore! Their boring choices in clothes seemed to keep them immune to such judgements. And women, being more adventurous, must thus face the jury.”
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