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Eight Ways To Have A Frisky Vacation

Summertime is all about summer lovin’. How do you go get you some? By getting out of town. Here’s how we get frisky on vacation.

1. Destination Comfortable Make sure your partner is into the vacation. Don’t drag your date to someplace they’d complain about, like taking a meat and potatoes guy to a vegan spa. You both want to be at ease, so you’ll be easy. Keep reading »

Barbie: Now With Even More Vinyl!

There’s some stiff competition, but the sluttiest Barbie of all time has just come out: Black Canary. It’s based on the comic book character and conservative Christian groups are pissed because the kids brand doll has been (even more) tricked out in this outfit — a vinyl teddy and knee high boots with fishnets. Does Barbie like it rough? Now, we’re not sure who the market for this S&M Barbie is, but it looks just like Cher from the “If I Could Turn Back Time” video. Patent vinyl is clearly a timeless fashion classic. [Dlisted]
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The CFDA and Vogue Announce the Fashion Fund Finalists

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and Vogue revealed the 10 finalists for the fifth annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund initiative, which helps emerging designers with financial support and business mentoring. And the finalists are… (drumroll, please) Keep reading »

Style On The Street: Polly Wanna Cracker?

Wearing parrot-print dresses is cool. Smoking is not. This message provided by me and the Surgeon General. [Trender Bender] Keep reading »

Crave: Off-The-Shoulder T

I must admit, I find off-the-shoulder tops a little tricky, as you have to make the choice — bra or no bra? I can safely go with no bra, because I don’t have much in the jumblies department, but larger busted girls either have to go the strapless route (HATE) or embrace having the straps show. The later is why I love this top — the muted charcoal color means that a bra in a bright fun color would almost be like an extra little accessory, rather than a “Oh, oops, look that chick’s BRA is showing”-embarrassment moment. [$75, Jarbo @ Saks Fifth Avenue] Keep reading »

The Frisky Guidebook: The City With The Famous Tea Party

Boston may no longer be the Hub of the Universe, but there’s a lot to offer everyone. Whether you’re into the outdoors or prefer your fun indoors, like it upscale or getting’ down and dirty, Boston has it all. Keep reading »

Slideshow: Totally Totable Tote Bags

Lord knows your purse is filled with unnecessary items (oh what, like you think you really do need to carry around those two extra sweaters?). That said, it might be time to think about expansion. If you’re at least going to stuff your sack with extras, you might as well think about upgrading to a tote (or, if you’re die-hard), adding one to your load. Get the most use out of them now by lugging around your summer beach accessories in these friendly and affordable choices. Cute? Totes. Keep reading »

Hat Hair, Meet Your Greatest Enemy

Bangs are cute and all, but they make wearing hats rather difficult. If you push them back into the hat, then you can’t take the hat off since your hair will be stuck in an awkward style, but if you leave them down, the bangs get plastered onto your forehead. That’s why someone invented the Bang-Go. This combination visor-hat allows your bangs to remain styled while shading your eyes from the sun. Too bad we’re more interested in form than function. [Bang-Go.com via The Fashion Police] Keep reading »

The Gap Is Bringing Romance Back

I’m the type of shopper who walks into a Gap and sees through the basic necessities to the wonderful fashion possibilities. In fact the last time The Gap had an item that I HAD to have was last year. I’m sure you remember the ruffle-front shirt dress that was all over ads last summer. Well, now, I can say that I’m totally head-over-heels for the Romantic Collection that was recently unveiled in stores and online. Keep reading »

Crave: Yumi Kim Tropical Forest Dress

A dress with pockets is basically my most favorite thing ever. Previous to dresses with pockets (I think there was a lull in this trend between the 60′s and now), I had to always carry a frickin’ purse with me when I went out at night, but now I can show my keys and my credit card in a little slit and hightail it out on the town without being weighted down by my huge tote. You see, I have this thing about bags needing to have a certain amount of fullness, so if I HAVE to bring a bag somewhere, I always carry more than I technically need. Pain in the butt really. [$198, Shop Manhattanite] Keep reading »

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