Tag Archives: clothing
The art of avoiding ownership
“In the age of Facebook, people don’t want to be photographed more than once or twice in the same dress.” Read more about Millenials’ commitment issues in this great article via Business of Fashion.
Lucky unveils new Lucky Shops
“On Monday, Lucky Group, the Conde Nast-backed venture still in relative infancy, unveiled its newest enterprise: Lucky Shops, a site marrying editorial content ande-commerce. In response to the success of “shoppable” editorial platforms such as Who What Wear, The Coveteur, and Into the Gloss, Lucky has decided to stake its claim in e-commerce territory. However, […]
Virtual Jet-Setter: 4 international stores you should be shopping
“Thanks to this wonderful thing called the Internet, the world is at our fingertips—and so are global retailers. If you’re sick of the local mall scene—and seeing everything you own on everyone else—your best bet may be to venture outside the tired realm of U.S. retail and see what our friends around the world are […]
To Reiterate: Hey, boys…we don’t dress for you
My snarky albeit honest piece on Tres Dope is turning out to be pretty popular. Because really, boys…we don’t dress for you.
Tres Dope: The Oversized Coat Trend
It’s finally getting cold in LA. Head over to Tres Dope to see why I want to essentially wrap myself in a big blanket.
Shop Local Pt. Deux: More L.A. Brands to Love
I’m finding more reasons to love the City of Angels (finally). The Reformation This brand is quickly becoming one of my favorite brands overall–a retro appeal manifested in recycled fabrics that feel substantial and hold up after wear. Their dresses are particularly enticing in that they so deftly mix sexy and adorable, functional and unique, vintage […]
Feeling (Baby) Blue
First mint, then pink–apparently we can’t get enough of pastels. The latest Easter egg hue to step into the spotlight is the binary of last season’s blushing pink, and in the interest of all things soft and fluffy, I approve. Donning baby blue will make you feel as if you’re wearing a cloud–or attending an anti-climactic […]
HeartThis: More Virtual Window Shopping
Convenience seems to be an obsession in our culture. One-stop shopping is the way we do things (have you been to a Super Target?), and now that extends to online shopping. Apparently, no one has time to “surf” the Web anymore; the bookmarks tab has become so twentieth century. Now, even one-stop browsing has become […]
I’m Loving: Lonely Lingerie
I’m a serial dater/adamant single girl who has a serious addiction to little lacy underthings. And not because anyone is necessarily going to see them, but because I really like wearing little lacy underthings. And I like things that don’t rely on padding and special effects to make me and my body into something we’re […]