BY Maggie Carr
on Jun 04, 2014
There’s a brand-new building going up in my neighborhood, about a block from my subway stop. I’m not even going to bother explaining what that means. If you're a woman, you know the deal.
As I approach, I feel my shoulders rounding forward, my gait shortening and shuffling. My eyes are Super-Glued to the sidewalk. I want to hide, but I can’t get to the subway unless I go down this particular block, and here they are, and here comes the low whistle and:
“Why you walking so fast, honey?”
“Juicy, juicy thighs. 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
Ah, wedding dresses. What a bride chooses to wear to her wedding is a sacred choice. Different colors and different shapes can represent how a gal chooses to enter into a lifetime with the person she loves. Every outfit is as unique as each woman herself; a really good wedding dress can help to express the ways in which she and her partner love one another. So can location, for that matter. Whether it’s a church or a beach or in the middle of the woods, the place at which couple chooses to wed is crucial. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Feb 01, 2013
You may remember Buffi Jashanmal from season 10 of Project Runway. We at BUST remember her as an awesome former intern! The self-proclaimed fashion badass and DIY enthusiast showed her colors (literally! HA.) and crazy style on the competitive reality series, but she definitely wouldn’t stop there. Buffi already launched a fashion line in Dubai, and is now releasing a book, Make-It-Rock Dress Design through Storey Publishing. Now you can see a showcase of her unique designs from the book at the Philadelphia Home Show. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Jan 11, 2013
The iconic artist’s clothing has been locked away for almost 60 years, first under the guard of Kahlo’s husband Diego Rivera and later of close friend Dolores Olmedo. After Olmedo passed away in 2004, the Mexican painter’s wardrobe was finally released for the first time in decades.
Frida Kahlo is widely known for her striking self-portraits and the influence of her Mexican heritage in her paintings. Her wardrobe also demonstrates her appreciation of Mexican culture, as the exhibit holds many of her long skirts and corsetry. Read More