Nov. 5: What Are YOU Wearing Today?

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The Frisky readers are giving personality with not only their clothes, but also with their accessories. While they’re showing personal style, all of the looks can be adopted by most women. Check out what they’re wearing, and send us your photos and outfit descriptions to {encode=”WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com” title=”WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com”}.

Watch My Ted Baker London Remote Photo Shoot LIVE & Win A Pair Of Boots!

As we mentioned earlier, The Frisky is participating in the first-ever remote-controlled digital styling project with Ted Baker London. And the photo shoot starts now! [Player is now after the jump! -- Editor] Check out my live styling and follow my instruction tweets at @GlamNiki or @Ted_Baker. If you want to chat along, then use the hashtag #TakeOnTed. Plus, one lucky Frisky reader will win a pair of Ted Baker London Faina boots. Find out how here. Keep reading »

Kid Pulls Knife On Mom When She Won’t Let Him Trick-Or-Treat As “Gay Justin Bieber”

Yesterday, we read a heartwarming story about a mother who supported her five-year-old son’s “gay” costume choice. But a mother of a 12-year-old boy in Arizona wasn’t so understanding when her son wanted to go trick-or-treating as “gay Justin Bieber.” The mother grounded her son for his “disrespectful” costume choice. And the boy retaliated against this costume censorship by pulling a knife on his mom and threatening to kill her. That’s when the police were notified and the boy was arrested. OK, this is awful. Acknowledged. But I am still trying to figure out what a “gay Justin Bieber” costume would look like. Anyone? It must have been really intense to spark an act of extreme ‘tween disobedience. But then again, J-Biebs just seems to illicit insanity in ‘tweens. [AZ Central] Keep reading »

The Frisky’s 20 Best Piece Of Style Advice

I’m kind of in love with Lucky‘s December 2010 issue, which is celebrating the shopping mag’s 10th anniversary by rehashing some of their best content. My favorite piece is the 100 fashion edicts that the editors live by — not dumb, lofty fashion tips like Rachel Zoe might suggest (“An elephant tusk will spice up any outfit!”), but real, practical advice. I had a serious “aha!” moment when I read the following piece of advice:

“Buy clothes that you’ll wear on a Tuesday afternoon, not a Saturday night — few people lead Saturday night lives.”

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Do Not Want: Bacon-Flavored Soda

Jones’ Bacon Flavored Soda is a gastronomic experiment I don’t want to partake in. Two bottles cost $10 and come with a bag of cheddar bacon popcorn, bacon lip balm, and bacon gravy. The perfect gift for that special pig in your life. [AOL] Keep reading »

Conjoined Twin Girls Share A Brain

Four-year-old conjoined twins Tatiana and Krista Hogan are an anomaly among anomalies. Not only are they surviving conjoined twins, and not only are they attached at the head, but they actually share part of their brains, the thalamus. Almost unbelievably, Macleans.ca reports, “There is evidence that they can see through each other’s eyes and perhaps share each other’s unspoken thoughts.” The thalamus is the portion of the brain that processes and relays sensory information, and the twins have a “bridge” that runs between theirs. During tests, a neurosurgeon involved in their medical progress found that when one twin looked at an object, the brains of both twins recorded the information. These strange factors have led some to wonder — are the twins two separate people … or one? Their mother reports they have two distinct personalities, but it’s clear that with their brains intertwined, their minds may be far more complex than we can imagine. [Macleans.ca] Keep reading »

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