Ever wondered why celebs look amazing in EVERYTHING? Nope, it’s not the personal trainers. Nope, it’s not that they have naturally slim or proportionate bodies. It’s that celebrities tailor everything they buy. Including tees, jeans, and flippin’ camisoles. Clinton Kelly says so, and I’m inclined to believe him, and I loved how this post’s author dealt with this tidbit of news.
Tina’s take on a chambray shirt and yellow skirt is simply marvelous. Aaaaaand making me wish I owned a yellow skirt.
A quick reminder that thin and healthy are not synonymous. Not always.
What could be more marvelously summery than a pink floral-print skirt?
Heidi shares her thoughts on still being “cute” at age 25, and explores the pros and cons with frank frustration.
I am officially in love with both Tia and Mia of Reading in Skirts. Seriously, when was the last time you saw personal style bloggers have THAT much fun posing for their photos?
Fabulous insight and advice on the perks and pitfalls of blogger-brand partnerships and product placements from a gal who knows the score.
Fajr wears her fedora with such élan. I wonder if I should investigate one for myself …
Anyone else stymied by the evolution of tampon ads? That industry just can’t seem to get it right.
I will soon be calling Kerri to BEG her for instructions on how she tied her scarf in this glorious pattern-mixed outfit.
Want a little more insight into the events surrounding my big hairstyle change-up? I wrote a piece for The Frisky about my experience of getting a secret haircut.
An expert hacker shares the basics of how to DIY.
Camille’s summery layers are pitch perfect.
“Common wisdom and cultural and etymological research shows that the prevalent objection to female as a noun is because it’s a term used to generically describe the egg-producing party of any species, not just our giganto-cranium intelligent species that includes, you know, women.”
It’s possible that I’d trade my cats for these cobalt sandals. OK, not really, but you catch my drift.
Floral print dress + raspberry red lips = ravishing Jen.
Seeing the phrase “loving my body almost killed me” float around the Internet all week caused me to break out in hives. This response calmed me down a bit, as did this one and its associated list of related posts.
Kimberly has tips for apple-shaped women who want to try wearing belts. Yes!
These futuristic fashion innovations are amazing … and a wee bit scary in some cases.
Corporette and her opinionated readership weigh in on leather at the office. Is it too racy? Can it be done tastefully?
And from the Department of Random: An oldie, but a goodie. I wish I knew what these guys were nattering on about …