I’m waaaaay behind on my reading since I’ve been sick all week long, so a short list this week, I’m afraid …
Twelve great tips for letting go of perfectionism, a practice that often impedes self-love.
“There’s merit in finding something – anything – to do with your body that you love, and loving when your body is able to do it.” (Cheers, Leonie!)
I’m all in favor of swapping your Little Black Dress for a Little Red Dress. But then, I’m a lifelong lover of red.
Why do famous runway models shill for J.Crew and Victoria’s Secret? Because Vogue pays peanuts. (Via Nubby Twiglet.)
Lemondrop interviews Margaret Cho who, unsurprisingly, remains awesome.
A challenge to wear something truly magnificent every day for a week? Now there’s something I can get behind!
Kristy explains exactly why the reality TV show “Bridalplasty” is insidious and alarming. And reinforces my belief that, were I to watch an episode, my outrage might cause me to burst into flames.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted this week to advance legislation which would allow fashion designers to seek legal action against brands (especially fast-fashion chains) that produce nearly identical but lower-quality versions of designs.
And, from the Department of Random: Since this whole week has become a bit of a feline tribute, this study on the physics of cat lapping is truly fascinating. This study does NOT cover Simon Kitty’s method of drinking, which is to dunk his paw in the bowl and lick the water off of it. So elegant.