To celebrate the release of the hotly anticipated “Great Gatsby” remake, this week’s OMGILYH (wow, that’s one un-catchy acronym, huh?) hairstyle just had to be vintage-inspired. And it really doesn’t get more Gatsby-esque than the classic 1920′s finger wave, modeled here by lovely blogger Super Kawaii Mama. I like how her version is a little softer than the original incarnation, perfect for a date night or, you know, a movie premiere. Check out her video tutorial to get the look for yourself!
If brunch is part of your Mother’s Day celebration plan (and let’s face it, it probably is), take the easy, delicious route and whip up a creative quiche for the occasion. Quiche is a classic brunch dish, and seriously you guys, they are so easy to make: just mix your ingredients with eggs, pour into a pie crust (store-bought is just fine), and bake. Boom. Instant grateful mom. Click through to check out 10 delish quiche recipes guaranteed to please this Mother’s Day!
This video has been around for a few years, but it’s making the rounds again and I think it’s always worth watching–and thinking about. The premise? An interviewer asks a number of straight people for their thoughts on the whole “Do gay people choose to be gay?” debate, and then follows up with a version of the question gay people get asked all the damn time: “When did you choose to be straight?” Reactions range from surprised to confused to genuinely thoughtful. A few people even change their answers entirely. Hit play to check it out. [YouTube via Upworthy]
Have you been having trouble finding a good selection of clothing, hats, and hair extensions for your pet guinea pig? Fret no more, my friends: an online store called, fittingly, Guinea Pig Fashion has got you covered. The Japanese retailer carries a huge variety of cavy [That's another name for the guinea pig, FYI. -- Amelia] clothing and accessories, from basic tank tops to traditional kimonos to elaborate wedding dresses. Most items are less than $20, so you can afford to get your furry friend a whole new wardrobe! [Buzzfeed]
The collapse of Rana Plaza, a clothing factory in Bangladesh, has been a horrifying wake-up call about the consequences of “fast fashion.” Here at The Frisky, we’re dedicated to bringing you the styles you love at prices you can afford, but we’re also working hard to make sure to recommend companies we believe in and advocate for better working conditions for the people (mostly women) who make the clothes we buy. When it comes to ethical shopping, it can be hard to know where to start, so we’re going to be spotlighting some specific brands and general shopping tips in a new feature called Compassionate Fashion.
First up: Karen Kane. You’ve probably seen Karen Kane labels while browsing the racks at Macy’s or Nordstrom, but did you know that nearly all Karen Kane clothing is made in the USA? That’s a rare feat in the fashion world, and one worth applauding. Click on the gallery to check out 10 of our favorite pieces from her current collection (including plus sizes!), all proudly made in America.