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I recently moved to a tiny apartment in Brooklyn, and I had to leave more than half my wardrobe at home in Tennessee. It’s been a rough reality because I absolutely love clothes. With fall, my favorite fashion season, approaching, I’ve been worried about how I’m going to stay stylin’ with a significantly reduced collection of clothing. It’s not quite time for me to beg my parents to send me my winter clothes and figure out where to store my short-shorts, so I decided to find a way to make my limited wardrobe stretch into the next few months. Read More
  Draw Inspiration from Sun-Drenched Spots this Summer with this Hot Stuff Wear your art on your sleeves with palm prints from Aussie brand Gorman. Greenhouse Shirt, $189 AUD, Handcrafted specs to shade your peepers from the sun. Maple Wood Sunglasses In Skinny Teal, $70,   Exotic fruits and organic ingredients to keep your body beautiful. Brazilian Mango Grapefruit Solid Perfume, $9,; Lemon Body Lotion, $9,   Have a good hair day, even in the heat, with a spotty scarf. Read More
I have been wearing at least some form of makeup since I was eleven. Why? When I was eleven, it was mascara for my white-blonde eyelashes and concealer for my pimples. What about now? I don’t think I have a singular answer. I like the ritual of putting on makeup in the morning, I enjoy playing with eyeshadow and lip colors, and I genuinely think I look about 110 percent prettier with makeup on. I wear makeup because it makes me feel good. For me, it’s that simple, a reflex. Read More
The latest issue of Allure has a feature on how to achieve hairstyles popular in the 1970’s. It includes an Afro, which was (and remains) a symbol of Black Power. To model this, they chose to use a white woman. The fact that this ran so soon after the much-publicized criticism of Rachel Dolezal is simply baffling. There’s been TONS of backlash against this ridiculousness. Here's some highlights: Via Twitter Via Instagram Via Twitter Via Instagram In response to this, Allure said, “The Afro has a rich cultural and aesthetic history. Read More
When sewing blogger Cashmerette posted a sketch of bathing suit plans for an upcoming project on Instagram, some troll decided the proper response was body shaming, telling her to “eat less cake.” She responded sassily, posting a lovely shot of herself in a dress she’d sewn and a comment about how her life was pretty awesome already, accompanied by the hashtag #CakeWithCashmerette, and wrote a great post about it on her blog. Her fans and peers have flocked to the hashtag, posting selfies of themselves with cake and other delicious desserts as a quiet protest. Read More