Lovely Links: March 5

On a quick personal note, Husband Mike won a celebrity lookalike contest. You really want to click through on that link. Also, holy crap, what am I going to WEAR?!?!?

Have you brushed your brain lately?

I loved reading about how exploring personal style has taught Chelsea to love and accept her beautiful bod. AND I loved her twirly skirt photos!

Harper’s Bazaar published a fascinating article on the sexification of fashion this month. (Cheers to reader Tessa for the reminder about this one.)

Winona, of Daddy Likey fame, has opened a vintage shop on Etsy! AND they’re making a point of stocking larger sizes!

Simple, easy-to-deploy secrets to skincare from SKM.

What drives us to blog about style, and be so fascinated by the styles of other bloggers? An interesting conversation has sprung up in the comments, too.

I reeeeeeally wish I hadnt’ found 6pm’s Last Chance Clearance Section.

You want ethical fashion? British grocery chain Tesco is making clothes from its old stock. (Via AsianCajuns)

A quick, easy-to-follow tutorial on layering cardigans.

More evidence that women have a tough time being supportive of each other when it comes to body image: A recent study of college women shows that we engage in body bashing to bond, among other destructive behaviors.

Creature Comforts’ daily inspiration images are always lovely, but this one made my heart skip a beat.

A fitness instructor, who could never accept her body despite being fit as a fiddle, finally makes her peace after working with an amazing woman on her weight loss goal.

Making your own knotted rope necklace is as easy as falling off a log. And if you’ve ever fallen off a log, you know it’s SERIOUSLY EASY.

The College Candy gals weigh in on which wardrobe basics are worth the splurge. You ladies at university, do you agree with these picks?

Please go back and peek through the curtains of the fashion confessional. Such an amazing group of varied, hilarious, touching, and revealing comments.

And from the Department of Random: Doggie wanna biscuit?

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15 Responses to “Lovely Links: March 5”

  1. Suz

    Um, Sal, that is the best celeb lookalike I have EVER. SEEN.


  2. Academichic

    As always – great roundup, I always love these posts of yours! And I think my favorite today – Husband Mike's Look a Like win!! Hahaha, sooo great! Congratulations to him! 🙂 S.

  3. Maegan

    Awe, thanks for the link …Happy Friday Pretty Lady!

  4. Anonymous

    Have a blast at the look-a-like! That is too funny. Hopefully HM has a great sense of humor. 🙂

    Ok, So that article about Tesco making "recycled" clothing. I am totally obsessing over that blue sheath with the yellow sides!!!!!! I was late to work today trying to find it on the Tesco site.

    Love, love, love all your posts!!

  5. Erin

    LOL and congrats to HM. I've always thought Meryl was handsome. 😉

  6. The Closet of Kim

    Yea for Husband Mike!! That sounds like it's going to be a fun night. I can't wait to see what you wear!

    I saw that rope thing from Maegan ad I can't wait to try it.

  7. susan said so

    brainbrushing sounds scary, but isn't once you read about it.

    GO mike, the lookalike!

    love the stolen peacock link!

    have a sweet weekend!


  8. Emm

    HM *does* resemble that actor, but I never would have seen that without the pics being side by side! Lol, congrats to him.

  9. Kristin

    fantastic roundup! I really enjoyed clicking through!

    Congrats to HM! My hubs and I got married at Graves601 and I'll never stop proclaiming its coolness! Have a fantastic time :o)

  10. All Women Stalker

    Haha how awesome that your hubby looks like her! And yay, you'll be at the Oscar's! Haha

  11. Sonja

    Heehee! Congrats to HM. Hope you'll share pics of the big event! Thanks so much for sharing my post!

  12. Hannah

    I agree with most of the College Candy basics except the pumps vs. flats. Apparently they have never been to a large college campus! I have realized that I have a supreme lack of really comfortable/supportive flats. I also have extremely sensitive feet, so I definitely think it is more reasonable to spend the money on a really good pair of go-with-everything/cute/comfortable flats than a pair of heels you'll wear maybe once a month.