I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the marvelous folks at Minnesota Monthly for their November issue!
Also got a really lovely write-up on METRO Magazine’s website. Hot cha!
Thanks to Margarita for introducing me to Faces of Beauty, a blog that posts a new reader-submitted photo each day with a reader-submitted blurb about journeys toward self-love and acceptance. Marvelous. Simply marvelous.
I actually swore with jealousy on seeing Jentine’s bubble-hem trench. And get this: She thrifted it!
While I think it’s a drastic oversimplification, bristle at the idea that all women (especially non-hetero women) base their self-image concepts on manly input, and strongly dislike the phrase “real women,” I still found this post on how men contribute to self-loathing in women both thought-provoking and bold . (Thanks Laura!)
Lisa’s cheeky take on androgyny – with bow tie – had me squealing with delight.
A stylish-to-the-core 98-year-old woman shares her top ten tips for staying stylish. (Via College Fashion.)
The author of The Twisted Sisterhood, a book about the dark side of female friendship, talks about her experience surveying 3,000 women about their relationships. (Now questing for an article about how beneficial and positive female friendships can be … because they CAN, damn it.)
Check out this interview with documentary filmmaker Maureen Dolan-Galvaniz, who’ll be chronicling the journey of a young woman who has chosen to have a preventative double mastectomy at age 23.
Oh, Atalanta Weller, you’ve stolen my heart again with your sky-scraping wedge shoes.
How do YOU decide if an item looks dated or not?
Did you think Björk’s swan dress was an original? Turns out no: Marlene Dietrich did it first.
As you all know, I believe quite strongly in the power of pretty, but …
Thanks for this one, Ekatherina. I loves ya.