OK, so this is fairly random, but doesn’t quite qualify for a departmental mention. You all know how I wrote a book, right? Well, so did my dad. And he’s been working on his for THIRTY YEARS. No fooling. It’s called Trees 4 Seasons – a Visual Guide, and and it’s totally gorgeous. He photographed the same trees from the same vantage points in each of the four seasons. 79 of ’em. If you or anyone you know might be interested, do take a peek! And spread the word! (I’m so proud of him.)
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Sydne Style’s Staple Series shows how this fashionable femme remixes some of her closet workhorses.
As part of her research about where faith and fashion intersect, Kelly interviewed me to get the perspective of someone who talks with women about style and their bodies on a regular basis.
Burgundy may be ruling the season, but hunter green is running a close second.
I have been doing my Cowboy Knots wrong. Or, at least, lazily. I would like this gent to teach me his technique in person. (Cheers, Kristin!)
This outfit features thrifted cashmere, Tory Burch, Gap, and Laundry by Shelli Segal. Thrift on, friends, thrift on.
“… as long as people focus on victims, instead of the people doing the harassing, it’s going to be difficult to meaningfully fight harassment of all kinds, not just sexual harassment in the workplace. The problem that day wasn’t the fact that I was fat and walking down the street, but that a car full of people thought it was appropriate to shame me for that fact.”
Peplum dress to peplum skirt. Love it!
There’s really no need for me to alter this headline: Sotomayor tells Sesame Street: “Pretending to be a princess is fun, but it is definitely not a career.”
The recent glut of novelty prints feeds my whimsical side.
Pashteit makes me want to wear pastels in winter.
Basic, but endearing and validating: Boobs: An owner’s guide. (Contains swears and anatomical diagrams.)
Emerald green and leopard print make such a sassy pair.
This post on the origins of fashion shows is a fascinating read.
“My shape still isn’t where I’d like it to be, but I’m embracing the idea of dressing the body I have today rather than burying it beneath a tent of fabric.”
Kendra shows how to link and tie two skinny belts. Totally gonna try this.
And from the Department of Random: Interview with a One-year-old.