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Fake glasses or spectacles are the easiest fashion fix there is. Yesterday, after three meetings before 11 a.m. my fake specs came to the rescue when I dashed over to NYFW in the afternoon. Out of the door at 7:30 a.m. meant my hair was limp and clothes creased, but I felt brainy, busy and… READ MORE »


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Though the internet has revolutionized research and class help, I spend most of my time at school damning the evolution of technology. During a 12-page paper, I’m not looking up how Disney has changed in the last 30 years (Journalism class problems), but rather what food I can look up yet never end up making. READ MORE »


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Summer is just around the corner! Hair removal season has begun! In our “Getting Smooth Survival Guide,” we’ll be testing out various ways to defuzz your body parts, if defuzzing is something you choose to do. (No judgement if you’re happily rocking body hair. Do you, girl.) 

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Somewhere down the line I realized that women don’t dress for men but rather for women. I think, for the most part, guys don’t really care what we’re wearing as long as we’re there and paying attention to them. They don’t know what high-waisted pants are or that wedged heels are back in for summer,… READ MORE »


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Whether you’re short on time or don’t have an iron, there is no longer an excuse for creased and crumpled clothes. We’ve rounded up seven easy ways to straighten out wrinkles using a little moisture, heat and common household items. From taking a steam shower to using a hair straightener, with a little know-how, you… READ MORE »


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Let’s face it, the last thing you want do in the morning is make your bed. In fact, there are a number of excuses we tell ourselves: It’s just going to get messy again. It’s difficult to do if you have a loft-style or bunk bed. It’s ultimately inconsequential. You could get into bed faster… READ MORE »


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It’s not getting any hotter and your bulky winter staples aren’t getting any cuter. Enter: our favorite designers, models, and stylists ready to spill their secrets for sizzling winter wear. We asked our favorite fashionistas for their tips on staying warm this winter, and here’s what they recommend.  … READ MORE »


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American fabric care labels can be difficult enough to read, but internationally-manufactured clothing often provide different variations of cleaning care symbols. And when we’re trying to get through laundry day, the last thing we want to do is spend time trying to crack the code of a squiggly line with a circle (or whatever). Instead,… READ MORE »


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I’m something of a necklace fiend, and all my prized possessions are currently hanging on a few nails in my bedroom. I actually like the simplicity of this setup, but I’m trying not to put any more holes in the wall and I’m always open to new organizing ideas, so I scoured the internet for… READ MORE »


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I love these tight mini dresses with sleeves that are everywhere right now but I\’m unsure of how to stylize one. What would I wear with a purple one? I want to wear tights because its cold! Could I color block it with some gold tights? But then what kind of shoes? Help!–Lisa
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The title of this post may have been a bit of a misnomer. Ruched dresses are actually on good terms with pretty much everyone, but if you’re a curvier girl looking to step into the body-conscious dress arena, a ruched dress is the way to go. Whereas a straight-up fitted dress does little to disguise… READ MORE »


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You know that vintage funk smell—a little musty, a bit pungent cheese-smelling and sort of moldy. Well, stink be gone: Janie Bryant, the “Mad Men” costume designer who turns out Betty, Don and the rest of the Sterling Cooper gang in ridiculously sexy (but not always overtly so) looks week after week (and clearly knows… READ MORE »


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