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Must Haves: 12 Cute & Cozy Winter Staples From Joe Fresh

If you’re getting bored of scooping up affordable basics from brands like the GAP, Old Navy and American Eagle, check out Joe Fresh. I hadn’t really paid much attention to Joe Fresh until recently, when I saw a sweater I liked in a magazine and then perused their website, impressed with the affordable prices, seemingly well-made construction and stylish twists on basics. Their winter stuff is especially awesome — comfy, perfectly cut sweaters, chic over-the-knee boots, boatneck striped shirts and puffy coats galore! Click on for some of my fave pieces…

One Flannel Shirt, Three Ways To Wear It

In some ways, I have not changed a bit since I was 13 years old. I still listen to Pearl Jam and I still rock the hell out of a flannel shirt. If you were a child of the ’90s, chances are pretty good that your closet was once packed with an array of flannel shirts, a hallmark of the terribly named “grunge” era. But flannels are hardly a relic of the past and you should totally add one to your winter wardrobe. First of all, they are warm and comfy. Secondly, the oversized, shapeless style has been replaced with cuts that flatter your figure, making a well-tailored flannel totally appropriate for all sorts of occasions, from office holiday parties to estate sale shopping. Dammit, I love a flannel, and I think you should love them too. Here are three ways to wear this one from American Eagle Outfitters

The Most On Point Looks Of Kim’s Kanye Era

Kim’s relationship with Kanye West ushered in an era of high fashion and inspired Kim to embrace neutrals and looks that are timelessly chic. I’m not going to lie, it’s definitely influenced the way I look at her. I feel like the Kardashians’ goal has always been to make their lifestyle look aspirational to their fans, and while the nouveau riche look she rocked for so long didn’t exactly inspire jealousy, her new style is all kinds of enviable. I still am generally opposed to the Kardashians’ narcissitic money machine, but that doesn’t mean I can’t love their clothes, right? Click through for some of Kim’s finest sartorial moments since becoming a West.

10 Items I Need To Buy In Order To Survive My 14th East Coast Winter

So, I decided to stay in New York City for at least another year, after a recent bout of depression made me realize I wasn’t ready to uproot myself just yet. I found a new apartment in Brooklyn that I’m really excited about (moving November 1), my friends and family are thrilled I’m sticking around, and I’m generally feeling a bit better mentally. But there’s just one problem: WINTER IS COMING. I. Hate. Winter. I mean, I like it during the first snow of the season, and I like the initially chilly days of fall, when I can break out my plaid flannels. But winter? Winter is bullshit. It is long. It is cold. It is dark. It threatens to drive me insane every year. But because I’m sort of vain and I really like fashion, one sure way to at least temporarily pull me from the clutches of the winter blues is to shop for new winter clothes. Honestly, if my outfit is ON POINT and I’m feeling high on my own supply, the cold bothers me a lot less. So, for the sake of my own mental health, I have prepared a list of the various items I — and possibly you, if you also suffer from Severe Winter Hatred — need to acquire in order to survive my 14th East Coast winter.

Need: This Stylish Scarf Wrap That Acts As A Secret Clutch

If you’re anything like me, constantly carrying around a massive Mary Poppins-sized purse from place to place, you’re about to love me. Quick grocery runs and trips to Starbucks just got a heck of a lot easier, thanks to the SHOLDIT scarf wrap clutch, my new favorite functional and fashionable accessory.  Keep reading »

10 Styling Tips For People Who Are Wearing Their Clothes All Wrong

If there’s anything I’ve learned from trolling Pinterest, flipping through the J. Crew catalogs that stuff my mailbox every week and ogling stylish women on the streets of New York City, it’s that I apparently have no idea how to dress myself. I mean, I learned how to dress myself as a kid – step right leg into pants, step left leg into pants, pull up, button, etc. – but apparently, outside of the basics, I’m doing it all wrong. The way I roll my sleeves is shameful, my belt cinching knowledge is rudimentary at best, and my jean cuffing technique is straight up basic. (No wonder I don’t have a boyfriend!!!) Thank goodness the internet is full of handy tutorials for these rampant styling problems, so that simpletons like myself can get it right.

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