Nerd alert! Check out this Vulcan Hoodie—it’s a zip-up sweatshirt with an image of a hand, which transforms into the Vulcan salute when unzipped. Would you wear this? If you did, you’d sure make Spock proud. [Incredible Things] Keep reading »
Rejoice! Club Monaco is finally offering online shopping to its customers. The brand will debut a capsule collection for fall and holiday on Oct. 13 on Shopbop.com. Prices for the 30-piece collection will range from $24 for a pair of over-the-knee socks to $1,100 for a shearling coat. For the customer looking for pieces to wear to work, there are tailored trousers that start at $119 and a camel-colored men’s style blazer for $239. This is definitely good news for shoppers like myself, who prefer navigating the web as opposed to navigating a crowded mall. [WWD] Keep reading »
Seriously, people. What is with the eyebrow experimentation? Leave them be! Leave eyebrows alone! [Cafe Mode/L'Express] Keep reading »
It’s that special time of the year when women run around trying to figure out what the heck they’re going to be for Halloween. I find myself strangely drawn to this Mrs. Potato Head costume, thanks to The Smoking Jacket. But then there’s the Smurfette option. Or maybe I’ll be Snooki. So, who or what will you dress up as for Halloween? [Costumes available at Yandy.com] Keep reading »
I have two big plastic bins of clothing I keep under my bed. One is full of off-season clothing, and the other is, I hate to say it, full of clothes that don’t fit. Most of those items are too small — clothes I’ve outgrown but hang on to in case I ever reach my goal weight again. Some of them are clothes I actually bought too small for me, hoping they’d fit “one day.” And there are even a few items that are too big for me now, but I hang on to them, thinking they might make great “maternity wear” eventually. According to a new study, this holding-on-to-clothes-that-don’t-fit behavior is totally normal. Researchers discovered that the average woman has 12 items of clothing in her wardrobe that don’t fit (my own figure is probably double that). Keep reading »
Dear Michael Kors,
When I go shopping, I tend to channel a raccoon—I’m instantly attracted to anything shiny, sparkly, or fishy.
This means that I have a closet full of sequined miniskirts and silver boleros and earrings shaped like salmon fillets. I’ll go to the store with every intention of purchasing simple black trousers, but within seconds I’ve been seduced by the flashy racks of ridiculous trend pieces and I end up buying gold lamé harem pants instead. I have a really hard time buying sensible clothes. Keep reading »