The Frisky’s designer Emily snapped this in New York City’s Meatpacking District.
Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
When I first moved to California, I had a fantasy about living in an Airstream trailer off the beach. But then I realized I had no idea how to maintain a trailer—I mean, how does one start a tank of propane? Where does my poop go? How would I cook without potentially exploding my home? I chickened out. But it turns out that Pamela Anderson really enjoys living in the trailer she’s been in while her house is renovated. You mean, despite the fact that she hasn’t mastered wearing pants, she’s figured out how to work a trailer? Maybe I should try again. [Celebitchy]
Actually, several other celebrities have gotten cozy in their double-wides. Here’s who. Keep reading »
A girl who appreciates the ramifications of a fourth-and-long Hail Mary on Super Bowl Sunday is an amazing find, like a head coach who doesn’t wear pleated khakis. So when a girl’s as excited for pigskin season as we are, we’re looking forward to sharing boneless wings and broken remotes.
But if you’re just along for the snacks, we can appreciate that too — just be sure you don’t rack up penalty yards by making one of the following calls, guaranteed to send you to the bench. Keep reading »
This is a story about a dysfunctional relationship. It was between me and my bedroom closet, and I know you know what I’m talking about. Keep reading »
Notice that this nightie looks more or less like a dress. Throw a sweater on over that for a trip to the store and cut anyone who questions you. [$58, Anne Pinkerton, Anthropologie]
When I was little, my mom would take me shopping at the beginning of every season. I’d pick about x new shirts, x pairs of pants, a handful of skirts and most of the old stuff would be given away. Those were the days. Now, however, the potent combination of paying for my own things and not being able to justify throwing out closets of clothes that still fit have forced me to reconsider my shopping methods. Instead of buying a closet of new clothes, I buy a few nice things a year. It’s great when I first buy them and want to wear the new dresses to death. But then winter rolls around the next year and the wool sheath dress I bought last November isn’t so exciting anymore. Know what I’m saying here? In order to prevent you from the sort of wardrobe ennui that might inspire you to light your closet on fire, here are five solid ways to make old clothes feel new again. Keep reading »