BY BUST Magazine
on Apr 22, 2015
If plants could go to high school, succulents would win “Most Popular” in the yearbook. They’re everywhere lately, probably because they work as well in modern décor as they do in retro and rustic settings. As the founder
of shopruche.com—a shopping/lifestyle site—I made sure our offices were decorated with succulents aplenty. And if you want to bring succulents indoors, but more inventively than just plopping them in a ceramic pot, try this framed assortment. Read More
BY Veronica Santos
on Mar 26, 2015
Our new issue is out now (yay!), and we've packed quite a few goodies into its pages for you wonderful BUSTies:
- The adorable Ellie Kemper, star of Tina Fey's new show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, talks to BUST about where she's been, the culture shock of Bridesmaids, and "girl roles" in the acting industry.
- Spring is beginning to rear her lovely head, and we have some new fashion trends for you to check out! (Hint: leggings, rings, cat shoes... and flowers, duh.)
- We put together a thoroughly researched (you're welcome) vape guide for cannabis usage. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on May 10, 2014
These adorable dresses will put a spring in your step!
Zoe Miyori Fujii Exploding Poppies Shift, $125, zoemiyorifujii.etsy.com
Darling Karen Dress (in Dusky Teal), $110, darlingclothes.com
Lulu’s Lead the Sway Maxi Dress, $138, lulus.com
Dear Creatures Elena Dress (in Mustard), $90, dearcreatures.com
Motel Topi Tea Dress (in Morris Flower), $68, motelrocks.com
Modcloth Meet the Author Dress, $53, modcloth.com (available in plus!)
Ruche Heavenly Crochet Dress, $45, shopruche. Read More
BY Molly Simms
on May 03, 2014
We’re gearing up for some seriously warm, no-tights-under-your-dress weather, but most of us are still nowhere near abandoning our jackets. That’s where sweatshirts come in—the only item of clothing I happily own that has the word “sweat” in the title. But the latest versions hitting the stores have come a long way from the oversized gray Champion numbers you were probably sporting in middle school. Here are some of my top picks for sweatshirts so awesome, you’ll look forward to those cool summer nights.
Warning: Extreme Cuteness. Read More
BY Amy Carlberg
on Apr 20, 2014
It's that awkward time of year when you don't know whether to wear a sweater or a jacket, jeans or leggings, which begs the question: pouch or purse?
Married to the Mob makes that decision painfully easy. This line of totes adorbs pouches comes in flashy/trashy metallics with bitchin' (not to mention relatable!) feminist phrases printed on them. Such as:
Are the cute bags reminders? Suggestions? Hints as to their contents?
Keep in mind the company was started by a woman who longed to see the attitude of street style her male counterparts flaunted with such machismo designed for women. Read More
Meet Duncan Lou: a beautiful and playful boxer whose gorgeous spirit will stay with you long after you finish reading this post. At 8 weeks old, the miraculous canine lost his two rear legs to amputations after it was discovered that surgery could not repair some damage he’d had since birth. As reported by the amazing Panda Paws Rescue shelter for special needs dogs, Duncan Lou insists on running without his wheelchair, bounding about faster than you can say “Jiminy Cricket. Read More
BY Brittany Allen
on Feb 21, 2014
Qozop, an Asia-based photographer who describes himself as "nothing special...just an artist who has caught a picture-making sickness," rocked the fashion world this week when he styled a photo series concerning the intersection of age and fashion. His collection, aptly called "Spring - Autumn," first showcases hipster (grand)children standing besides their (grand)parents — then, in a sequential image, the artist has his subjects exchange clothes. The results offer striking comment on our inherited notions of age, fashion and beauty. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
in Eat Me
on Apr 02, 2013
With warmer weather comes a season of colorful, cool treats to make. It's still early on, so let's keep it simple. These "jigglers" (AKA itty-bitty gelatin desserts) only require three ingredients and three steps! I'm not usually one for "mini-desserts," but these guys are simultaneously scrumptious and adorable so I fell for 'em. Sweet, bite-sized, and easy to make, what more could you ask for in a spring recipe?
What you’ll need:
12 oz gelatin, any 4 different flavors, divided1 cup boiling water, divided24 oz low-fat vanilla yogurt, divided
What you’ll do:
1. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
in Eat Me
on Mar 26, 2013
Although we'd like to think spring was almost here, the cloudy drudgery outside of BUST HQ loves to keep proving us wrong. Our only consolation in these dark, depressing times is super delicious and fruity macaroon thumprints with chia seed raspberry jam! The best thing about this recipe? It's vegan, gluten-free, oil-free, grain-free, AND soy-free! Healthy(ish) and amazingly tasty snack? Yes, please. There's a little bit of prep involved for this recipe (you'll have to chill the chia seed jam for a few hours), but I promise you it's worth it. Read More
BY Intern Kelsie
on Apr 16, 2012
We have to admit, there's something a bit predictable about donning dresses that look like they're made of flowers once the clouds start to lift and the mercury starts to rise. Despite the fact that it's been done before, there's just something about floral prints that goes hand in hand with nice weather. And today in New York, where the high is slated to be in the mid-80s, it's the perfect excuse to indulge in a little flower power. Florals don't have to look dowdy; there are plenty of fresh options on the market to help you bloom. Read More