Style Guide: Spring’s Coolest Jacket Trends

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

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!
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Etsy Spotlight: 13 Delicate & Cheeky Gold Necklaces

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

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

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

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

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

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 »

Travel Porn: 12 Places In The U.S. To See Stunning Spring Flowers

Claire Hannum / March 23, 2015

Winter is still clinging to every last bit of life it can grasp here in New York, but spring is just around the corner, and in many parts of the U.S., it’s already arrived! Am I the only one that feels like a walk through a path of bright-colored flowers is basically a free happy pill? To get a fix,… More »

Street Style Spotlight: 25 Ways To Wear A Cape

Claire Hannum / March 19, 2015

If there were such a thing as “cape season” (there is in my heart), it would probably be fall, but early spring’s transitional temperatures are just as perfect for breaking out your favorite underrated shoulder-warmer. If you don’t have one, get one! Trust. You won’t regret it. Click through for some inspiration on how to wear… More »

10 Great Chicago Street Artists, To Demonstrate That Street Art Isn’t Just Banksy

You know who I’m really bored with? BANKSY. It’s not that he’s done anything wrong, or objectionable, or boring; it’s not that he hasn’t maintained a high quality of work; it’s that whenever I tell someone I photograph street art, they say, “Oh! Like Banksy?” And the discretion it takes for me not to list… More »

10 Math-Inspired Pickup Lines In Honor Of Pi Day!

Today is March 14th, Pi Day, and in honor of this nerdiest of holidays, we thought we’d help you infuse some math swagger into your flirting game. Because come on, what is sexier than math? Nothing. Nothing is sexier than math. Here are 10 pickup lines sure to charm your way into a hot date,… More »

“Saving Room For Cats” Offers The Perfect Answer To Manspreading

Claire Hannum / March 14, 2015

Those among us who have ever watched a dude spread his legs across the length of three seats on public transportation or spent so much as five seconds peeking at Men Taking Up Space On The Train (so, everyone) have spent many an afternoon pondering why it’s so difficult for some guys to sit i… More »

Frisky Eats: 15 Green St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails

Claire Hannum / March 12, 2015

If green beer’s not your thing, get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with a clover-colored cocktail! More »

Happy National Desk Organization Day, Here’s Some Workspace Decor!

Claire Hannum / March 10, 2015

National Desk Organization Day falling this week is as good an excuse as any to do some online window shopping and rejuvenate your workspace. Click through for 15 desk organizers and decorations that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are functional. For more desk vibe inspiration, check out some beautiful workspaces here. More »

Style Guide: Spring’s Hottest Denim Trends

Guys, I am in desperate need of new jeans. I don’t mean that in the “I have 40 pairs of jeans but OMG I just need one more pair or my life won’t be complete!!!” sort of way. I mean it in the “I have a couple pairs of jeans, but I primarily only wear… More »

Frisky Eats: 10 Effortlessly Dazzling Jell-O Desserts

Just a few weeks ago, Refinery29 confirmed what my grandmother always knew: Jell-O is the shit. I wrote a cookbook compiling my Grandma Vipond’s recipes a few years ago, and in the process of sifting through the recipes, I learned 1) that my grandma definitely had a sweet tooth, and 2) that homemakers in the… More »

Here’s How India Celebrates Holi, Its Festival Of Colors

Beejoli Shah / March 6, 2015

One of the worst parts of being Indian is when people feel the inexplicable desire to tell you how much they love the food. (“Thanks, my great great grandfather invented chicken tikka masala,” has never not been bought hook, line, and sinker by anyone non-Indian I tell, anyways.) But one of the best parts of… More »

Travel Porn: Oahu’s Famous Haʻikū Stairs Are Dying A Slow Death

Claire Hannum / March 5, 2015

The hiking trail known as the Stairway to Heaven on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, also called the Haʻikū Stairs, is just that: a stairway to heaven on earth. I resent the word “breathtaking” (it’s so sorely abused), but the vision of this trail really does warrant that label. It looks like some tropical fever dream, the most… More »

Street Style Spotlight: 25 Ways To Wear Winter Florals

Claire Hannum / March 5, 2015

Are floral prints not the best thing ever when you’re in a shitty mood? The bright colors! The cheerful vibes! The promise of spring and life! Unfortunately, in a huge portion of the US, spring only lives in our daydreams at this time of year. But who says you need to wait until the sun comes out? More »

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