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Awesome Affordable Etsy Find: I’m Not A Hipster, I Swear!

Are you wrongly accused of being a hipster just because you wear vintage dresses and men’s cardigans and have perfectly coiffed bangs? If so, whip out your thick-rimmed glasses and read the words on this adorable little print: “I’m not a hipster I just dress like one.” Might I suggest posting it by your front door to reassure your guests? [$10, NanLawson] Keep reading »

Style By Jury: Is Rachel McAdams’ Dress Sublime Or Too Ice Skater-y?

Does Rachel McAdams Look Elegant Or Cheesy?

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Ask the Man Panel: Alice + Olivia Flounce Dress

I love this otherworldy-seeming Lison Long Flounce Dress from Alice + Olivia, because basically I’m a whore for ruffle sleeves. But also! Doesn’t it look so elvish and “Lord of the Rings”-y? So what do the boys think? We asked our man panel to give an in depth analysis of the flounce dress and they shared their thoughts. Check ‘em out after the jump! Keep reading »

Princess Beatrice Is Auctioning Off Her Royal Wedding Fascinator For Charity

All our dreams are coming true! Princess Beatrice’s incredible, weird, Octupus-on-the-head fascinator she wore to the Royal Wedding will be auctioned off in support of UNICEF and the charity Children in Crisis. The auction of the Philip Treacy-designed hat will launch soon on eBay. [People] Keep reading »

Most Stylish Man Contest: Funny Guys Joel McHale Vs. Jimmy Fallon

Who's The More Fashionable Funny Guy?

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Trade In Your Old Bridesmaid Dresses For A New LBD

It’s such an honor to be a bridesmaid in your friend’s wedding, but it’s also a heap of stress and expense. A new company aims to take at least some of the annoyance off you, by providing a fun option after the wedding’s over. NewlyMaid.com allows bridesmaids to recycle their old bridesmaids dresses and in exchange, get credit towards one of six styles of black dresses from the Dessy Group (they manufacture dresses for Cynthia Rowley and Lela Rose, among others). There are some conditions — your bridesmaid dress needs to be free of stains, rips, and broken zippers, and depending on the condition of it, you’ll get between 30 and 50 percent off the black dress of your choice. The six dress styles are pretty basic, but we suppose that’s kind of the idea; you get rid of something you’ll never wear again, and in exchange, get a garment that will be a whole lot more useful. Keep in mind, you’ll still be spending around $100 on any of these dresses, even with the discount. So, let us offer another alternative — gye the dress black yourself and get it professionally altered. [NewlyMaid] Keep reading »

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