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These days it can feel like vintage stores are a dime a dozen. That’s why when an awesome one comes along, you have to grab it with two hands and shop the hell out of it. Cue Miss Ruth’s Time Bomb! Allow me to let you in on a little secret – Miss Ruth’s Time Bomb is da bomb (could not help myself, sorry)!  And lucky you – she will be visiting at BUST’s Craftacular on May 4th in Brooklyn! Come feast your eyes on handpicked dresses, jewelry,...
You may have seen this video of a girl in her bedroom wearing a pair of oversized Stewie Griffin pajama pants, dancing to Run-D.M.C. The video is known on the internets as “weird girl dancing” and now has over 2 million views on YouTube.  The chick in the vid is Lauren Tallichet, who originally posted the video on her Tumblr. She has recently posted another, longer and more hilarious video featuring her in the same huge pants, promenading through a public park and a local CVS....
Remember when we posted those sweet pics of Madonna from the ‘80s?Well, this might be even better... That’s RuPaul, posing at the Northside High School Prom in Atlanta, 1983! (He was born in 1960, so this was probably his date’s prom, not his.)Swallowtail jacket, leather fingerless gloves, satin pants... and a single feather earring? Fabulous, as usual.    via Dangerous Minds ...
BUST’s Creative Director got gifted this awesome Michelle Obama tote bag that is wonderfully cute – and we wanted to share it with all of you! Is it not perfect and amazing? Made 95% out of recycled materials, the tote perfectly mixes girly with serious, taking a new spin on presidential memorabilia, aptly calling Michelle Obama the “First Lady of Fabulous.” The tote bag can be found online at Blue Q, along with other fun accessories, home décor items, and t-shirts. (Mother's Day,...
  As a self-identified geek and longtime Music-Obsessed Human, I’ve tried more than my fair share of headphones. Nobody wants to spend all their dang beer money on a crazy-fancy pair, but I’m definitely willing to shell out a bit of cash for quality sound and good construction that’ll withstand some abuse. I’ve tried everything from the ultra-cheap earbuds at Best Buy to massive 1960s-era Pioneer headphones (thanks, eBay!), but I’ve had nitpicky issues with most of them. Either they were too flimsy, too heavy, or,...
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