A few quick notes:
The Strong, Sexy & Stylish team will be on the Gyno Show this Sunday night! Tune in at 7 p.m. to hear us on 107.1 FM.
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Catherine shares her views on the differences between age-appropriate and occasion-appropriate dressing.
Someday, I WILL attend the Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor’s Island. Someday!
Ridding your closet of items that no longer fit can be painful, but it can also be freeing.
I have mixed feelings about some of the ideas presented in this article, but it’s well worth a read. And this idea fascinates me: “People who promote self-esteem in girls have their best interest at heart. And self-love and self-care are certainly worthy goals—but not on their own. Because what makes us feel better about ourselves is not always what’s best for us or others in the long run.” (Cheers, Susan.)
Leopard, ruffles, and a high-waisted skirt. Who could ask for anything more?
You need a sandwich ring. You do. Don’t deny it.
Tasha discusses the idea of meta low self-esteem, the feeling that other people who face the same challenges you do are able to become beacons of self-love … but since you can’t, you’re somehow failing.
I feel a little ridiculous linking to Alison’s outfit posts because she looks radiant in everything, but get a load of this elegant printed wrap dress. Yowza.
My girl Margarita interviewed me over at Weightless this week about style, self-care, inspiration, and why I wrote my book.
It’s been a while since I mentioned this, but virtually everything Tamia wears makes me swoon. This flowy vest and cuffed jeans ensemble is no exception.
Annoyed by vanity sizing? Apparently, Argentinian manufacturers are sizing down so far that 70% of Argentine women struggle to find clothing to fit them. EEESH.
Charlotte’s monochrome red outfit with punk accents is so darned fun.
Imogen offers up some tough love for those who’ve been trash-talking their own bodies and focusing on perceived body flaws.
And from the Department of Random: I don’t know WHAT you want anymore.