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Home Inspiration: 21 Ways To Display Travel Keepsakes, Old Photos & Other Clutter-Causing Treasures

By: Claire Hannum / April 22, 2015
One of the hardest parts of decorating or spring cleaning is finding a place for the precious mementos we'd never dream of getting rid of but rarely display or even look at. Most of my ticket stubs, old family photos, greeting cards from loved ones, artifacts of my grandparents' and random souvenirs I've picked up on vacations sit… More »


Local Travel: 18 Places To Visit In The Pacific Northwest This Spring

By: Claire Hannum / April 17, 2015
Warm weather means long sunny weekends and the sudden itch to explore someplace new, so why not start with your own backyard? If you need a break from the big cities and major sights, hop in the car and take a day trip closeMore »


Must Haves: 20 Spring Jumpsuits & Rompers That Make Getting Dressed Stupidly Easy

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 16, 2015
The weather forecast for this Saturday calls for sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70s, which means I plan on rolling out of bed, pulling on a onesie and making my way to the park with my dog for a day of lazing around. I am supremely low-maintenance on the weekends, so jumpsuits and romper… More »


The Daily Squee: Rademenes The Cat Nurse Helps Sick Animals Heal

By: Claire Hannum / April 15, 2015
Rademenes the cat lives at an animal shelter in Bydgoszcz, Poland, and serves as a feline nurse to critters at the shelter who undergo medical care. Rademenes was brought into the shelter with an inflamed respiratory tract by his former owners, who were convinced he'd never get better. The kitty bonded with a veterinarian on staff who… More »


Home Inspiration: Decorating Tiny Spaces

By: Claire Hannum / April 14, 2015
New York is known for its shoebox apartments, but since living here I've been lucky enough to wind up in housing with giant bedrooms more often than not. Of the many apartments I've inhabited in this city over the past few years, only one of them involved a stereotypically small bedroom, but I've just moved again, and now I have a large… More »


Compassionate Fashion: Wear-Anywhere Basics From Alexis Mera Loungewear

By: Claire Hannum / April 10, 2015
Alexis Mera loungewear was launched to create what is basically my dream breed of clothing: something I could wake up, roll out of bed and into work while wearing, and that could then carry me through brunch, errands and the gym on weekends. Going through your day in stylish clothes that secretly have the comfiness level… More »


Your Vote Matters: Let’s Get This “Golden Girls” Lego Set Made!

By: Robyn Pennacchia / April 8, 2015
PICTURE IT! Sicily, 1932: A glorious fan-created "Golden Girls" Lego set has been accepted into the Lego Ideas program--and if it gets 10,000 votes by the end of the year, Lego will actually make it and you can own one in your very own house! And then play with it while drinking cheap wine and… More »


Local Travel: 21 Places To Visit In The Midwest This Spring

By: Claire Hannum / April 7, 2015
Warm weather means long sunny weekends and the sudden itch to explore someplace new, so why not start with your own backyard? If you need a break from the big cities and major sights, hop in the car and take a day trip close to home. No matter where you live in the US, there are tucked-away corners near you… More »


Style Guide: 6 Spring Shoe Trends To Stock Up On

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 3, 2015
I must have a heavy step, because I wear my shoes into the ground. The bad news about that is that I end up having to say goodbye to my favorite pairs before I'm ready. The good news is that means I have an excuse to shoe shop! And sure enough, all of my warmer… More »


Absolute Beginners: When I Fall In Love

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / April 3, 2015
As soon as I got down from my second climb and untied myself from the rope, during my second visit to Brooklyn Boulders, I texted my fiancé, Michael. “I really need to join this gym,” I told him. “I like this so much, it’s the same feeling as when I started lifting.” Generally, I don’t… More »


Street Style Spotlight: 25 Ways To Wear Spring Neutrals

By: Claire Hannum / April 2, 2015
I love breaking out the spring pastels and bright sunny colors as much as the next girl, but lately I've been in a total love affair with neutrals. So versatile! So economical! So classy and timeless! Click through for some inspiration for wearing neutrals in warm weather without looking like a sad sack. More »


Spring Fashion: 10 Rainy Day Looks To Get You Through April Showers

By: Claire Hannum / April 1, 2015
With spring comes rain, and that's a whole lot better than snow, so I'm not complaining! Gear up for the rainy season with these sets of rain boots, jackets and umbrellas! More »


Style Guide: Spring’s Coolest Jacket Trends

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 31, 2015
Winter is totally overstaying its welcome, but at some point soon, spring will actually arrive and it'll be time to store away your heavy coats for at least the next six months. But crisp air, cool breezes and the occasional spring shower means that you can't go completely bare-armed. Girl, you need a spring jacket,… More »


Deck Yourself Out For Running: 9 Ways To Spoil Yourself This Spring

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / March 31, 2015
It’s spring! That means it’s the time of year when running wusses like me get out of the gym and onto the streets where all the much braver running nutsos have been running on ice and snow all winter. It also means it’s time to do some spring cleaning for your running wardrobe! My theory… More »


Etsy Spotlight: 13 Delicate & Cheeky Gold Necklaces

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 28, 2015
I'm not a huge style rule follower, but one thing I always adhere to is that if I'm wearing big earrings, I can also wear bracelets, but a necklace would be too much going on. I've been on a big chunky gold hoop kick lately, so I haven't been wearing many necklaces, but I'm planning… More »


This Tumblr Celebrates Teenage Bedrooms On Screen

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 28, 2015
Do you remember your teenage bedroom? I do. It was the jam. First of all, the stucco walls were painted what my mother considered a "hideous" shade of pinkish-coral, but I thought it was perfect. My walls were plastered with rock posters (Pearl Jam, obvi) and snapshots of me and my besties, the bottom drawer… More »


Teach Kids Their Feminist ABCs With The Help Of These Rad American Women

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 26, 2015
I don't have kids (yet!) but that pesky little details isn't going to stop me from buying this, well, rad children's book, Rad American Women A-Z written by Kate Schatz and illustrated by Miriam Klein Stahl, ASAP. Published by City Lights Press, the book aims to teach kids their ABCs while also getting them u… More »


Lilly Pulitzer’s Target Collection Is A Fabulous Riot Of Flamingos And Palm Trees

By: Megan Reynolds / March 26, 2015
For aspiring socialites, actual socialites, fashionable grandmas, and suprisingly, me. … More »


How To Get The North West Look In 18 Easy Steps

By: Claire Hannum / March 26, 2015
North West isn't even 2-years-old yet, but she already leads a posh it-girl lifestyle and keeps company with the likes of Beyonce and Anna Wintour. Sure, she always leaves the house impeccably dressed, but her real secret is the essence she brings to her clothes. She's all about embracing the classics with her own occasional edgy twist. Her parents are happy… More »


Hot Topic’s New “Orphan Black” Collection Nails Sestra Style

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 24, 2015
I have been mocking the hell out of Hot Topic since high school, when I frowned upon the mass market fakery of all their pseudo goth and punk aesthetic, but I gotta say, I'm kind of digging the retailer's new "Orphan Black"-inspired line. Whether you're into Sarah's leather jackets, Helena's grunge-y parkas or Cosima's nerdy… More »


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