Posts tagged "shopping"

Free Stuff Alert! Get A $15 Gap Gift Card With Wrapp

Do you like free stuff? Me too! That's why I'm super stoked about this new smart phone app called Wrapp. Wrapp is a simple tool that allows you to give gift cards -- at a discount -- to anyone in your social circle. And the folks at Wrapp are happily offering you -- all of…

By: Julie Gerstein / September 12, 2012

It’s Here! Anna Dello Russo’s Gorgeously Gilded Accessories Collection For H&M

It was only a matter of time before Vogue Japan editor-at-large and totally OTT fashionista Anna Dello Russo got to put her medal of approval on a line of her own, and it's only natural that she of the outrageous fascinators and tacky-goes-high fashion opulence would cut her design teeth on — what else? —…

By: Rachel Krause / September 11, 2012

Must Haves: 10 Pairs Of Versatile Fall-Ready Shorts

Ah, don't you just love that weird in-between-seasons weather when it's too hot to wear pants and too unpredictable/chance of rain-y to bust out the sundresses? Yeah, me neither. With humidity, precipitation, and grey skies hanging in the air, it's hard to get excited about leaving the house, let alone putting on the clothes required…

By: Rachel Krause / September 8, 2012

Style Stealer: Jessica Hart Takes A Stylish City Walk With Puppy Floyd

Jessica Hart is best known in the modeling world for her trademark gap teeth, her laid-back Australian style, and oh, the notorious bar brawl that involved boyfriend Stavros Niachros getting a fist to the face and left friend Prince Pierre Casiraghi with a broken royal jaw. Fun times with models, royals, and Greek shipping heirs!

By: Rachel Krause / September 1, 2012

Must Haves: 10 Watches $150 And Under For Keeping Time In Style

When it comes to watches, my priority is not being on time — in fact, I've worn my fair share of broken vintage versions just for the look of them. I can't be alone, right? (Or am I?) Regardless, I covet the hell out of gorgeous, brutally priced timepieces (whether they're functioning or not). Rolex?

By: Rachel Krause / August 31, 2012

Makeup Bag: 8 Essential Products For Holding On To Summer All Year Long

I hate to admit it, but the calendar doesn't lie: September is approaching, and fast. It seems like just yesterday we were gearing up for spring, which turned out to be practically nonexistent, before summer came on hot and heavy. I may be in the minority here, but I would take a gloriously sunny, breezy…

By: Rachel Krause / August 27, 2012

Must Haves: 7 Tiny Makeup Bags For Your Everyday Essentials

Finding yourself out in public looking decidedly worse for the wear and without access to your trusted array of makeup is a total nightmare. It's hard not to panic when, say, you're encroaching on oil slick status en route to a spur-of-the-moment party, or you've spotted your ex across the Starbucks line and you don't…

By: Rachel Krause / August 26, 2012

Must Haves: 10 Unfussy White Tank Tops To Pair Perfectly With Everything

Despite my best efforts, I must own up to the fact that all I really want to wear is black jeans and loose white tank tops. You've witnessed my attempted (read: failed) Style Resolution and my awkwardly-posed photos in short floral skirts that just aren't me. I've pretty much got a uniform, and instead of…

By: Rachel Krause / August 23, 2012

Girl Talk: In Defense Of Retail Therapy

I have seen a therapist off and on since my first panic attack at age 14. Talk therapy (and the delightful mood-soothing properties of 20 mg of Lexapro) are the reason I can put on pants and leave my house in the morning. With their help, I've learned how to self-soothe anger and disappointment, combat…

By: Jessica Wakeman / August 23, 2012

Anthropologie Makes Their First Foray Into Beauty With An Exclusive Lipstick Line

Anthropologie gives me a complex. I walk in and I'm like, "I want this life," which turns into "Does anyone actually have this life?," which quickly becomes "Why is this life so goddamn expensive?" I go because I want one top; I emerge with that top, a whimsical set of $20 bobby pins, a $60…

By: Rachel Krause / August 23, 2012

The Ineffable Charm Of Lana Del Rey’s H&M Photoshoot

I don't know why, but I picture Lana Del Rey as having the personality and the voice of Kristen Wiig's "Saturday Night Live" character "Sexy Shanna" -- the "sexy" secretary with the high-pitched Marilyn Monroe-ish voice who's kind of a dumb vixen. I'm not saying she's actually like that, but something about her affect make…

By: Julie Gerstein / August 19, 2012

Must Haves: 10 Pairs Of Short-Heeled Booties Perfect For Any Occasion

I'm five feet tall, okay? Let's just get it out in the open there. And while I don't find heels to be terribly uncomfortable, I do find them to be terribly inconvenient, especially given my subway commute and my natural propensity to fall all over myself all the time. My height doesn't particularly bother me…

By: Rachel Krause / August 19, 2012

5 Occasions In Which I Have Completely Wasted My Hard-Earned Money

Yesterday, I finally did something that I had been meaning to do for awhile: I walked into a Crunch Gym and canceled my membership. Which I had been paying for, for a year. And have never used once. Like, hadn't even picked up my membership card. Pathetic. When I think about how much money I…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / August 14, 2012

Frisky Rant: Rude Salespeople Can Really Ruin Your Day

Call it the "Pretty Woman" syndrome: When a salesperson at a store is too snotty or insolent for words. Whether we're talking Urban Outfitters or Louis Vuitton, a snotty, bitchy, over-the-top entitled shop person can totally ruin your day. And while a good salesperson can convince you to buy something you don't need or actually…

By: Julie Gerstein / August 10, 2012

Makeup Bag: 7 Low-Maintenance Beauty Products For The Laziest Of Makeup Lovers

Individual makeup routines, and reasons for wearing makeup, vary. I wear makeup because, well, I don't like the way my face looks without it.Gwen Stefani wears makeup so that her husband likes her more.  Some women are even devoted enough to wear makeup at the gym. But regardless of why or when you choose to…

By: Rachel Krause / August 10, 2012

Lucky Magazine Set To Become An Even Bigger Drain On Your Credit Card

I guess the "want" stickers in the front of the magazine just weren't cutting it anymore — on August 17th, Lucky will launch myLuckymag.com, the shopping and style glossy's first foray into the world of e-commerce. By offering a selection of items from various retailers curated by the mag's editors all in one hot spot,…

By: Rachel Krause / August 9, 2012

Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel Won’t Strip You Of Your Hard-Earned Cash

Exfoliation is one of the most important things you can do for your skin, but the approach has changed immensely over the past couple of years. Whereas a simple scrub once sufficed, we now have endless options that range from chemical exfoliators (like acids and peels) to intense, deep-cleansing physical tools (like the ever-popular Clarisonic).

By: Rachel Krause / August 8, 2012

A Five-Step Program For Sweaty Summer Skin

The first step to getting over a problem is admitting that you have one. Now that we've divulged our summer beauty routines, I figured it was time to give up the goods on the five-step program that keeps my naturally oily skin looking summertime fly, and by that I mean dry. If you're having grease…

By: Rachel Krause / August 8, 2012

By “Don’t Do Drugs” I Really Meant “Just Don’t Emblazon Them On Tote Bags”

There's a strong chance that I'm speaking (a couple of years) too soon, but I think we may have finally reached a point in society wherein smoking, ingesting, or otherwise making use of the good leaf doesn't carry nearly the same stigma as, say, snorting a line of cocaine. As far as substances go, pot…

By: Rachel Krause / August 7, 2012

Birthday Beauty Inspiration: Andy Warhol And His Factory

Andy Warhol, the artist and luminary responsible for the postmodern visual movement known as pop, would have been 84 yesterday. Though his death at 58 was woefully premature, I have a feeling he wouldn't have wanted to be around today — or, on the contrary, maybe he would, if only to see that America ha…

By: Rachel Krause / August 7, 2012
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