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28 “Lizzie McGuire” Style Moments, Ranked

By: Claire Hannum / May 1, 2015

Lizzie McGuire was the only person to ever make middle school look fun. Rather than being popular, Lizzie was allegedly a hapless normal who occasionally dabbled in full-on dorkdom. When I used to watch her on TV as a kid, this made zero sense to me, because Lizzie was clearly the prettiest and best-dressed girl in school without… More »


The 2015 Met Gala Could Be A Minefield Of Cultural Appropriation

By: Megan Reynolds / May 1, 2015

“China: Through The Looking Glass” doesn’t mean you should put some chopsticks in your hair and call it a day. … More »


Style 911: A Classy Way To Show Some Sideboob

By: Megan Reynolds / May 1, 2015

Sideboob is cleavage’s artsy cousin. Get into it. … More »


Soon Rent The Runway Will Offer More Than Just Fancy Gowns

By: Claire Hannum / April 30, 2015

Our beloved Rent The Runway (or is that just me?) is stepping up its game to rent you more than just evening wear. As a refresher, the company rents out designer dresses by mail at a huge discount from full price, and has a few showrooms if you’d like to try something on before ordering. Renting… More »


Beauty IRL: You Don’t Have To Get A Pedicure, But You Probably Should

By: Megan Reynolds / April 29, 2015

Toes are adorable on babies and slightly more horrifying on adults. Maybe you should fix your feet. … More »


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

By: Claire Hannum / April 29, 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 tripMore »


Obsessed: Handmade Galaxy Mugs Inspired By The Hubble Space Telescope

By: Claire Hannum / April 28, 2015

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Whimsical Gal Gleefully Wastes Retail Workers’ Time, Pens Insufferable Essay

By: Robyn Pennacchia / April 28, 2015

I have long said that the fastest way to see if someone is an asshole or not is to see how they treat people in the service industry. I have ended budding relationships after one date after seeing a dude snap at a server, and consider people who “don’t believe in tipping” to be a… More »


Tidying Guru Marie Kondo Visited The Clutter Dungeon That Is Anthropologie

By: Claire Hannum / April 28, 2015

Marie “KonMari” Kondo, professional de-clutterer and author of bestselling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, made it in and out of Anthropologie alive and without purchasing any regretful dust-collectors. How did she do that? Anthropologie is a clutter magnet for any woman who dares to meander in, and her presence there is the greatest oxymoron of… More »


Spanx Now Come With A Hearty Dose Of Feminism

By: Megan Reynolds / April 28, 2015

Now you can wear your Spanx and feel empowered, I guess. … More »


Thank Us Later: I Found Iron Pills That Don’t Make Me Sick

By: Robyn Pennacchia / April 28, 2015

Fun fact about me–I am pretty chronically anemic! It’s a thing. It runs in my family, and it’s not a huge deal as far as health issues one could have in the grand scheme of things, but it’s not the best time in the world either.

I am supposed to take iron pills. More »


Finally: You Can Do “Breakdance Yoga,” Eat Vegan & Get A Colonic All Under The Same Roof

By: Katrin Higher / April 27, 2015

At long last, Los Angeles has outdone itself in ways none of us could ever have imagined, except that we could, because this sounds like a satire. Behold the popular urban oasis The Springs, a catch all wellness center where a waitress said, “You can eat dinner — everything is raw, vegan, organic, soy free… More »


Taiwanese Dog Grooming Trend Gives Pooches Perfectly Square Or Round Heads

By: Katrin Higher / April 26, 2015

A new incredible grooming trend has started among the pet groomers of Taiwan, and I for one am digging it very hard.

The internet animal photo world, much like the porn world, thrives on the new, and this is a trend that is both cute and weird.

Of course this only… More »


7 Things I’ve Lusted For In A Non-Sexual But Still Very Potent Fashion

By: Megan Reynolds / April 25, 2015

Lust extends beyond the D. … More »


Absolute Beginners: Exercise Motivation For The Extremely Anxious

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / April 24, 2015

So, big question for people who are getting into fitness and are coping with anxiety over it: How do you find exercise motivation when you really, really, really just want to stay in bed or on the couch or safe at home?

I know how this goes; every few weeks I seem to… More »


How To Host A Perfect Dinner Party, According To Ina Garten

By: Claire Hannum / April 23, 2015

One of my goals in life is to at some point become the kind of person who hosts effortless dinner parties on the regular. We all know these goddesses of food and home who pull off lovely evenings with whatever they’ve got to work with, whether they live in a sprawling house or in the smallest (or… More »


You Definitely Need Some Ben & Jerry’s Beer In Your Life

By: Claire Hannum / April 23, 2015

Ice cream-flavored brewskis? Why not! More »


…So, I Have A Sugar Addiction.

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / April 23, 2015

I found out last week that I have a sugar addiction. And I don’t mean “sugar addiction” as in “I have a sweet tooth” or “LOL cupcakes are so great!” (even if that is a true statement, long live cupcakes). I mean “sugar addiction” as in “this is interfering with my health and could possibly… More »


Vice Week: On Gluttony

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / April 23, 2015

Gluttony is an outdated sin, in my opinion. I’ve said it before: Never, ever, ever stop eating. If you stop eating, the advertisers and the tabloids and self-hatred win.

Here’s the thing: Gluttony was a sin mainly because eating too much meant depriving other people of food. And that was true, when we… More »


Beauty IRL: Coconut Oil Is Truly Magical

By: Megan Reynolds / April 22, 2015

Make like the earth goddesses and rub this oil into your aging flesh. More »


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