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Racked National : The National Shopping, Stores, and Retail Scene Blog

Racked National : The National Shopping, Stores, and Retail Scene Blog



This Nail Salon Just Released Post-Pedicure Sandals That Don't Suck  

They're cute enough to wear all day. Fact: There is no good way to end a pedicure. If you're someone who frequents the service, you're no stranger to both waddling around in those incredibly awkward disposable sandals and feeling the defeat and regret that fills your body when you decide to risk putting your normal shoes back on and totally ruin your fresh polish job. Both options suck, and because the team over at uber-popular nail salon Olive & June agree, it came up with a...

2017-05-25 13:29:57
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Free Press Brought to You By Warby Parker  

Use code BLINDEDBYTHERIGHT at checkout. It's 2017 and we can't even agree that "body-slamming" another human is a bad thing to do. If you think it's obvious that this type of violence is bad, then you must not be on Twitter, where people are praising Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte for assaulting Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs. In the process of Gianforte's WWE routine, Jacobs's glasses were broken (an all-too-obvious portend of where our society is head...

2017-05-25 13:17:01
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The Statement Earring Insta-Shop to Follow Before Everyone Else Does  

All the vintage hoops, drop earrings, and giant studs your heart desires. By now, shopping and selling vintage on Instagram is a well-established niche within the social platform. (If you're not already on the bandwagon, you can read about the trend here and see who to follow here.) While finding vintage clothes on Instagram is almost easy at this point, shopping for vintage jewelry is less of a thing. Sure, some of our favorite accounts — Brooklyn's @mirthvintage and @sloanest...

2017-05-25 13:02:01
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How to Easily Wash Your Clothes When Traveling  

Without paying those crazy-expensive hotel laundry fees. If you've stayed in a hotel recently and happened to look at the price list attached to the plastic laundry bag, you probably got wobbly from sticker shock. Ten dollars to wash a T-shirt? Four dollars for panties? Twelve dollars for shorts? Twenty-three dollars for a dress? We are talking laundry, not dry cleaning. In some cases, it would be cheaper to buy clothes than to clean them. If your trip is short, you can pack enoug...

2017-05-25 12:02:01
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Cute, Cheap Swimsuits Under $100  

Where to stock up this summer. If you're the type of person who only buys one swimsuit each summer, it makes sense to invest in something you know won't wear out from sand, salt water, and chlorine by mid-August. But if you prefer to switch it up throughout the season, spending a lot on each bathing suit just isn't feasible. Fortunately, there are a lot of places out there where you can buy swim on the cheap — from mall brands like Old Navy and Forever 21 that'll at least ge...

2017-05-25 11:32:01
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A Very Confusing Makeup Guide for Field Scientists  

Or, why some scientists wear nail polish under their work boots in Antarctica. At the bottom of the Earth, on a tiny island in Antarctica, there's a scientific research center. It's called McMurdo Station, and it's fully equipped with a bunch of laboratories, three harrowing aircraft runways literally made of ice and compacted snow, a couple of bars, and an interfaith chapel. Oh, and scientists. In the summer, the place is teeming with "field scientists" — folks who trade...

2017-05-25 10:32:01
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It's Time to Stop Hair-Policing Children of Color  

The practice has a long and ugly history in the United States. Luther Standing Bear first stepped inside of Carlisle Indian School at age 11 in 1879. The Oglala Sioux youth would later write in his memoir that he entered the boarding school, along with other indigenous children, "merely to show my people that I was brave enough to leave the reservation and go East, not knowing what it meant and not caring." What it meant was assimilation — speaking English only or else, donnin...

2017-05-25 10:03:59
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Blackhead Tweezers Are a Thing and I Can't Look Away  

If you like watching pimple-popping videos, here's a new search term for you. Whether you find them disgusting, fascinating, or try to avoid them at all cost, there's no escaping viral pimple-popping videos. I did everything in my power to escape the phenomenon, which is saying something for a person whose job it is to report on exactly those types of trends. And yet — thanks to a random Facebook ad inexplicably inserting itself into my feed — I recently found myself staring h...

2017-05-25 10:02:26
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The Patrick Bateman Lifestyle Brand Lives On  

Well-groomed, well-dressed, and murderous. Making your way through crowds in New York's Financial District, you can't help but notice that guys dress differently. Whereas the majority of offices around the country have shed their suits for never-ending casual Fridays, men on Wall Street appear to still have go-to tailors. "It's a very cutthroat, male-dominated space," says Michael, a 27-year-old who works at a law firm on Wall Street. "Cutthroat," you say? Sounds familiar...

2017-05-25 09:32:02
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This Mysterious New Eye Cream Is One of Sephora's Best-Sellers  

Heard of Biossance? If not, you soon will. In my experience, eye issues are the biggest skincare concerns people have. Fine lines, hollowness, puffiness, dryness, and/or dark circles can affect and annoy people of all ages. Combine this with the fact that very few topical products actually work — except for good undereye concealers as temporary camouflage — and you get a bunch of people desperately searching for a holy grail. Based on recent sales of Biossance's Squalane + Pep...

2017-05-24 12:33:01
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Net Bags, the Trend You Can Buy Into for Less Than $20  

A trend with zero risk factor. Keeping on top of trends can be risky; their short lifespans rarely justify the price tags attached. So when a budget-friendly trend comes along — like those Carhartt beanies, nylon chokers, or bandanas — you might as well take advantage of the opportunity and try it out. The latest popular steal? The fisherman's net bag, which can be yours for a cool $16 (or less). The crocheted cotton bags, known as filet (pronounced FEE-lay) in their native Fran...

2017-05-24 12:26:44
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J.Crew's New Strategy: Slashing Prices  

300 items you can actually afford (without the 40% off) Remember when J.Crew was trying to push $500 lace jogging pants, $800 skirts, and $1,900 sweaters? Those days are over. The company is slashing prices in an attempt to tackle slumping sales and counter waning customer interest. Its most recent catalogue explicitly alerts customers to its newly affordable prices. "The perfect dress, the perfect price," the copy alongside a $78 off-the-shoulder navy eyelet dress reads. "Keep ...

2017-05-24 12:17:01
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New Fragrances Let Sugar Babies and Daddies Sniff Each Other Out  

Dollars and scents. File this under "things that seem really inappropriate for the times we live in yet still exist": the sugar baby/sugar daddy dating site Arrangement.com just dropped a collection of fragrances geared toward its very specific audience. It's called "The Essence of Sugar Dating." First off, we have the Sugar Drop line, featuring Filthy Rich, Billionaire Baby, and Sweet Hustle. Top notes of condom wrapper and champagne? Sorta! In the press release, Filthy Ric...

2017-05-24 12:02:01
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Everlane's Lightweight Anorak Is the Perfect Raincoat  

Keeps you dry, but won't make you sweat. Living in a climate where one week it blizzards and the next it's sunny and 75 degrees means I own a lot of outerwear. Parkas and wool coats for winter, jean and field jackets for spring, leather jackets for going out. Yet somehow, I never owned a raincoat. Trenches are good in theory for the rain, but the lack of a hood has always been a deal-breaker for me. I've tried other raincoats in the past, but they're either too long, too short...

2017-05-24 11:32:01
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Can a Product-Recommending Robot Get You Your Best Skin Yet?  

This new startup is betting on chatbots, Korean beauty brands, and cold hard facts. The way we shop for beauty is constantly evolving, and one aspect that's seen the most change is the relationship between the customer and the salesperson. Today, most beauty buyers know exactly what they want before they make a purchase. As a result, recommendations from sales associates have been replaced by recommendations from friends. The problem, though, is that skincare is highly individualiz...

2017-05-24 11:13:44
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Racked Weddings Week is coming!  

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2017-05-24 11:02:02
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Who Gets to Be Low-Maintenance?  

Because it's definitely not everyone. It's been a big couple of years for the low-maintenance woman. From the proliferation of athleisure brands to self-love campaigns, like Alicia Keys' much-blogged-about #nomakeup manifesto or any number of Dove ads, to a rash of songs whose muses don't yet recognize their fresh-faced beauty, it can seem like women are finally getting the long-overdue break from oppressive appearance-related demands that we deserve. And especially in this p...

2017-05-24 10:32:01
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'Dirty Dancing' Style Has Never Felt More Relevant  

The same can't be said of ABC's new remake, but what can you do? Tonight, ABC's three-hour remake of the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing premieres, with Abigail Breslin cast as Frances "Baby" Houseman and newcomer Colt starring as Johnny Castle. And while it'll be tough (who am I kidding, impossible) to fill Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze's mambo-ing shoes, I'm excited to see how the reboot's wardrobe stacks up to the original's. Looking back at the coming-of-age classi...

2017-05-24 09:32:01
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Short Shorts Look Best on Someone Who Loves Summer  

There's no cut-off for cut-offs. For me, the real first day of summer is the first day you can wear tiny shorts. It's a defiant and democratic fashion holiday, the day when it's at last warm enough to go outside with the maximum possible amount of your body exposed, when clothes become something to escape from rather than to hide in or display. Shorts are, to me, as much a part of the joy of summer as air conditioners and sprinklers, a symbol of a carefree season, the way summer...

2017-05-24 02:16:08
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The Ugly Problem of Pretty Packaging  

What happens after the Instagram unboxing? There's a certain thrill that comes with an online delivery landing at your doorstep, and that thrill is only amplified when the packaging is pretty. Stickers! Glitter! Brands like Glossier, Reformation, and Net-a-Porter are heavily invested in beautifying e-commerce, providing shoppers with brightly covered boxes, ribbons, and other cutesy delights that make the purchase feel extra special. Whimsical packaging has even ignited a popular, a...

2017-05-23 13:35:41
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Memorial Day Sales You'll Actually Want to Shop  

And a bunch of them are already happening now. Memorial Day sale season couldn't come at a better time. For most of the country, it finally feels like summer; that means it's also finally time to get a move on with anything you still need for the season, from sandals to sunglasses to cotton sweaters for your freezing cold office. (You do want to get three full months out of that cute new bathing suit, right?) Just like any national holiday, retailers are taking full advantage of ...

2017-05-23 13:27:19
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Lana Del Rey's 'Lust For Life' Shirtdress Is the Perfect Shirtdress  

More like "take off, take off, take off all your clothes — and give them to me." Lana Del Rey's new music video for "Lust for Life," the title track off her forthcoming album, has a lot going on — '60s girl-group choreography, Del Rey and collaborator The Weeknd frolicking high atop LA's iconic Hollywood sign, a headband that magically turns into a kite (?!) — but it's the singer's red shirtdress that really caught my eye. Simply put, it's the perfect s...

2017-05-23 12:39:26
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What to Buy at Net-a-Porter's Big Biannual Sale  

Summer stuff is up to 50% off. Twice a year, luxury e-comm site Net-a-Porter hosts a really big sale — and for the summer edition, that time is now. Currently the markdowns are up to 50% off, and there's a ton of stuff included (sundresses, swimwear, sandals, evening dresses, beach bags, wedding gowns — you name it, it's there). Since there's a lot to sort through, your best bet is to pick a category and then sort the results as you see fit. (Personally, I always sort from l...

2017-05-23 12:32:01
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Tracksuits Are Back Whether You Like It or Not  

And here are some of our top picks, from the office to the gym. I played soccer for about 10 years, so the current tracksuit comeback is no joke to me. I'm actually celebrating it because I lived in these things for six months out of the year for about a decade. Being part of a full squad of players in identical warm-ups was one of the highlights of my underwhelming tenure in the beautiful game. Now, both athletic brands and hyped-up fashion houses like Vetements are trying to capit...

2017-05-23 11:32:00
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My Eczema Makes Shopping Hell  

No unnatural fibers, no ruffles, no fun. I'd been eyeing the dress for a while. It was a red T-shirt dress with a simple cut and short sleeves, just as I'd imagined it. I'd been looking for a dress like this for ages, bored with all the dark colors in my wardrobe; this dress would liven up my style considerably. But I knew I wouldn't buy it. It was probably too expensive, I told myself, and I bet they wouldn't carry my size anyway. Still, I needed proof that this dress was...

2017-05-23 11:02:01
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Sundresses Are the Easiest Summer Outfits  

Best part? No. More. Tights. For those of us living in climates with cooler winters, one of the best things about getting dressed in summer is that wearing a dress is finally not a total hassle. No more digging through your tights drawer to find a pair that isn't yet riddled with holes, finding a sweater to layer, or accepting the fact that your outfit will ultimately be ruined by your clunky, blizzard-proof boots. No, for the next few months, all you need to do is put your dress on...

2017-05-23 10:02:01
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Will Millennials Buy Skincare If It's You-Know-What Pink?  

Imagery and messaging matter, but it takes more than that. A few months ago I attended the launch for a new skincare product from a luxury, heritage beauty brand. I asked one of the executives how his company was trying to appeal to millennials, a group which thus far has not responded to "anti-aging" language the way previous generations have. He was pretty confident that this new product would be a great gateway into the brand for them. The price? $250. Thinking like this by ol...

2017-05-23 09:32:00
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Parents Need More From Children's Stores  

Or they'll just shop online. With reports that 41-year-old children's apparel chain Gymboree will be filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and shuttering 350 stores nationwide, questions about the kids retail market mount. Has online shopping fundamentally changed the way that parents shop for their kids' clothes? Or is there still space for the Gymborees of the world? The answer to both questions, as is the case with most questions percolating in the ongoing brick-and-mo...

2017-05-22 16:03:27
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The Strange Appeal of Beauty Products That Hurt  

From zombie masks to charcoal peel-offs, masochistic beauty rituals are more popular than ever. A few months ago, a video of a woman trying a charcoal peel-off mask went viral because it took her a good 10 minutes, plus lots of cursing and screaming, to peel the thing off. Guess what? Google searches spiked after that for charcoal peel-off masks, and people actually started buying more of them. "Peel-off masks are really big right now, all thanks to that viral video... We launched...

2017-05-22 12:32:01
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Skinny Jeans Aren't Dead  

Industry Standard is making clean, unfussy denim you can definitely wear to work. Nicole Najafi, the founder of the denim brand Industry Standard, doesn't think skinny jeans are going anywhere. "I beg to differ," she says when I ask her about their supposed death. "It bugs me because skinny jeans are really practical, and women really feel good in them. And there's something cruel about telling women they can't wear them anymore. Like, what? Why not? Says who, and who cares?...

2017-05-22 12:17:01
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What Happens When a Beauty Conference Brings Politics Into the Mix  

Beautycon wants YouTube and Instagram beauty gurus to help "evangelize" for political causes. The first "fireside chat" on the schedule at Beautycon this past weekend wasn't with a makeup guru with 3 million followers. It was with three organizers of the Women's March. Chloe Lukasiak, the 15-year-old former Dance Moms cast member, moderated the panel featuring Sarah Sophie Flicker, Carmen Perez, and Paola Mendoza. Gigi Gorgeous, a trans woman with 2.6 million YouTube sub...

2017-05-22 12:02:01
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What's a Safety Razor, and Should I Be Using One?  

Here's everything you need to know. Buying new razor blades just might be the world's least satisfying shopping experience. The women's section for razors in the drugstore is a Barbie's Dream House of hair removal, all soft pastels and cheap plastic; the blades are literally named after flowers, hugs, and yes, the goddess of love. For the promise of snagging a man instead of the skin on your knee, you'll lay down several dollars for each cartridge, which adds up pretty quic...

2017-05-22 11:02:01
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The Oil Moisturizer That Saved My Shiny, Greasy Skin  

Game. Changer. Here's the thing: I've had super oily, relentless skin since I was a teenager, and I've spent most of my adult life trying to figure out ways to tone it down. I've gone overboard on clay masks, pore strips, switching up my cleansers, trying new exfoliators — the list, which is really long, goes on. The one thing I hadn't tried was oil; for obvious reasons, I've always been pretty hesitant to put it anywhere near my face, never mind all over it. But when I ...

2017-05-22 10:02:02
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Haircuts Are a Shorthand for Trauma on Television  

Does TV's favorite way to show difficult emotional situations resonate with real survivors? This post contains 13 Reasons Why spoilers. In the recent Netflix hit 13 Reasons Why, viewers know that high schooler Hannah Baker recently died by suicide. We're regularly reminded of the fact that she's gone in the voiceovers from her titular 13 cassette tapes, each aimed at someone who Hannah says is one of the reasons why she ended her life. After enduring months of bullying, sexual h...

2017-05-22 09:32:01
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LuLaRoe's Consultants Are Furious With the Brand  

Their complaints include a flooded market, damaged credit, and, oh yeah, spies. "No, you're stale. Your customers are stale. Get out and find new customers. If you bring a new customer in, then your inventory isn't stale. The problem is, you try to sell to the same group of people day after day after day." In a now-deleted video of LuLaRoe's weekly webinar broadcast to some 80,000 consultants, CEO Mark Stidham did not mince words. Stidham blamed lagging sales and an uptick i...

2017-05-19 13:02:02
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Beauty Instagram Accounts to Have on Your Radar  

Who to follow for honest reviews, good tutorials, and inspiration. Back when beauty vlogging took YouTube by storm, it became crystal clear that you don't have to be a professional makeup artist or celebrity facialist to give your two cents on beauty and skincare; instead, you could just be a Sephora VIB with an iPhone. Today, the best (and most convenient) way to consume beauty tips and tricks from regular people and experts alike is via Instagram, where you can read pretty detaile...

2017-05-19 12:35:14
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ICYMI: Twin Peaks Merch, New Plus-Size Options, and a Cool Brand Collab  

The best of what's new in fashion and shopping this week. A lot of new things happened in the world of retail this week that actually felt special. Minimalist brand Land of Women released a nursing bra and celebrated by plastering New York City with images promoting the normalization of breastfeeding. And speaking of bras, one of our favorite lingerie makers just launched swimwear. Twin Peaks is coming back after 25 whole years, and Opening Ceremony is celebrating with some pretty g...

2017-05-19 11:32:01
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The Hoop Earrings Versatile Enough for All My Identities  

I don't have a signature look, but these earrings make it into almost every outfit. Of all the adult skills I haven't yet mastered — interpersonal compromise, saving for retirement, a laundry schedule that prevents me from having to go commando — I'm perhaps worst at the "signature look." In one week, I might play flower child in a voile dress and wood platforms on Monday, evoke Rhythm Nation-era Janet Jackson in a biker jacket and baseball cap on Wednesday, and go full-...

2017-05-19 11:31:13
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What to Buy at REI's Huge Anniversary Sale  

The best jackets, backpacks, and more, recommended by an outdoor enthusiast. Today's the opening of the REI anniversary sale, which means it's time for the outdoor-gear store to take all my money. I'm a runner, hiker, camper, and soon-to-be cross-country driver, and I use a lot of gear; this sale is like Christmas for me. It's also huge. Everything from camping gear to climbing sneakers to luggage (hell, even kayaks and trips to the Rocky Mountain National Park) are marked down u...

2017-05-19 11:02:01
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My Students Dress So Much Better Than I Do  

They tossed around the luxury goods I could only access through Tumblr. I knew I was down the rabbit hole shortly after I arrived at the arts boarding school where I taught for two years. First of all, I was the poet in residence, a job title that may as well have been "professional witch," and I had full license to lead my students in activities like wandering around in the forest looking for sticks or talking to Gertrude Stein's ghost on the Ouija board. This was the kind of ...

2017-05-19 09:32:01
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Flappers Didn't Really Wear Fringed Dresses  

The iconic flapper costume wouldn't fit in at one of Jay Gatsby's parties. In 1958, Marilyn Monroe appeared in a lavish Life magazine spread to pay homage to five sex symbols of the screen who came before her. As Marlene Dietrich, she's a lofty ice queen; as Jean Harlow, a smoldering temptress. But as silent film siren Clara Bow, she's a kinetic force: Under a canopy of pink and red balloons, she pops champagne and vamps flirtatiously, flinging her arms out and her knees in, ...

2017-05-18 13:30:42
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Your 3-Step Guide to Dressing Like a Supermodel at the Cannes Film Festival  

Because you Cannes. Imagine if the Met Gala was staged in the south of France, if celebrities weren't required to have their outfits approved for tastefulness by Anna Wintour, if a diamond company sponsored the whole shindig, and if it lasted 12 full days. No, folks, it's not a dream — it's just the Cannes Film Festival, which kicked off this very week. One thing you'll notice about Cannes, in addition to it being the perfect playground for jewelry heists, is that it draws a...

2017-05-18 12:32:01
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Where to Buy Maternity Clothes You'll Actually Want to Wear  

These stores will see you through the next nine months. Shopping for maternity clothes can feel overwhelming. There's a whole new landscape of stores and brands to navigate, and the proposition of dressing a growing belly can be intimidating for some. But there are some silver linings: Maternity options are at an all-time high, and being pregnant does not need to be the death knell of your personal style. While you may not need a total wardrobe overhaul, having a few key pieces in...

2017-05-18 12:02:01
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I Hate My Underwear and Thought Every Other Guy Did Too  

But the survey says... no. I don't like my underwear. I don't hate them either, but I couldn't feel more meh toward something I wear 23/7/365. They are the Jason Bateman of underwear: Maybe at one point I felt genuine affection toward them, but now they're nothing but average, if not disappointing, background noise. Hanes is the brand I wear most frequently, but I've tried many without finding my one true match. MeUndies? More like get them away from MeUndies. Jockey has b...

2017-05-18 11:33:52
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If You Buy One Pair of Combat Boots in Your Life, Make It These  

They're under $100. I got my first pair of combat boots from the clearance section of the shoe aisle at Target for $9. I wore them until there were holes in them, even though they really didn't fit. I was 18 and dumb. After wearing the bad boots out, I upgraded to Steve Madden's Troopa Combat Boots, which, being on my fifth pair, I contend are the best combat boots for an urbanite like myself. (These are not hiking boots, y'all.) The Troopa boots have carried me all over this ...

2017-05-18 11:17:02
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2017's 'Bachelorette' Contestants, Ranked By Shirt Terribleness  

THE SHIRTS ARE BACK AND WORSE THAN EVER. On Monday, The Bachelorette will premiere its first season starring a black lead, the lawyer and Rachel Lindsay. And while this marks a major change in the franchise's history of exclusively casting white people who have milked a cow in the last month and are also named Kevin, there remains a tradition that has stuck around: the contestants wearing not-great shirts! Th...

2017-05-18 11:02:02
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It's Time to Take Back “Frump”  

The word that women are supposed to never be. There's a word that I remember learning in childhood that I knew I never wanted to be called. I didn't know what it meant, but from the way it was used to describe other women, I could tell it meant something embarrassing. It wasn't the b-word, or the c-word, or any of the other words typically used to denigrate women: It was the word frumpy. Through my mother, I learned that Ethel Mertz, the dowdy upstairs neighbor on I Love Lucy, was ...

2017-05-18 10:17:01
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How to Close a Store  

Where the clothing, mannequins, and hangers go when the lights shut off. "Free hangers," said the sign in the window of American Apparel on Brooklyn's Smith Street. The doors were locked and nobody was inside, though a few fluorescent light fixtures glowed on the bare walls. Someone had left an iced coffee to melt on the counter next to a roll of paper towels and a box of laser toner cartridges. There was a ladder and a stack of flattened cardboard boxes and some chairs scattered acro

2017-05-18 09:32:01
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In the Future, Clothes Will Listen to Our Bodies  

From sign language translation gloves to dresses that help you escape when you're feeling socially awkward. The future of fashion is not a realm of simple textiles. Already, consumer wearables can monitor people's health, environment, and habits. A small yet diverse community of designers are now experimenting with high-tech clothes that could do more than cover our bodies; clothes that could actually interact with us. Michelle Hua, the entrepreneur behind MadeWithGlove self-heat...

2017-05-17 12:34:27
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Pendant Necklaces Are the Chokers of 2017  

It's time to upgrade. The choker necklace, coveted by every Jenner and Hadid, was all over the place in 2016, sure. But it got boring once it reached its peak — and started to morph into actual clothing — so we left chokers behind (along with Thrasher tees and Purpose Tour merch) for the new year. If you've yet to find your favorite necklace of 2017, it's time to think bigger, better, and way more comfortable, and that would be the pendant necklace. Essentially an ornament ...

2017-05-17 11:32:02
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The Polish That's Like Highlighter For Your Nails  

Your nails, but better. In my next life, maybe I'll come back as a manicure person — one of those folks who manages to carve out the time for a weekly nail appointment, a restrained woman who doesn't immediately turn microscopic chips into craters. Or, someone with a steady enough hand to do an at-home manicure without making a total mess of things. Instead, I'm someone who has never met a manicure I didn't ruin within an hour of getting it. Though I don't always want a bright...

2017-05-17 11:02:01
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The Difficulty of Shopping on Wheels  

Being in a wheelchair makes shopping for clothes so much harder than it should be. Last summer I found myself in a handicapped dressing room with no handlebars, clutching my sister as she struggled to zip me into a skirt meant for my birthday. If she let me go I would fall, and neither of us especially wanted that. Breathing heavily after my unplanned workout, I sat back down in my wheelchair and aborted the "try it on in the store" mission. I would buy the skirt, try it on at h...

2017-05-17 10:32:01
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How 'Master of None' Nailed Italian-Girl Style  

The show's costume designer on Francesca's flawless closet and Dev's designer menswear. If you spent last weekend binge-watching Master of None's phenomenal second season, chances are you eventually emerged from your Netflix cocoon craving two things: pasta and polka dots. And while the first is self-explanatory — heck, there's an entire episode devoted to Dev (co-creator Aziz Ansari) and Arnold's (Eric Wareheim) Modena food tour — you can blame the latter on Dev's s...

2017-05-17 10:02:01
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Why Do Emoji Make Me Nostalgic for 1990s Sitcom Fashion?  

The Information Desk Woman is definitely sporting the Rachel. Sometimes, at the gynecologist's or before a job interview, I get cozy with my iPhone, open iMessage — and swipe through emoji. Just swipe and look. Do we all do this? I like to think so. That slick red high heel. Those sweet little families. All so compact, so manageable. Photo: Emoji.Ink One morning, the sky is gray and the news is tragic. Why not treat myself to a swipe-through, just for a min...

2017-05-17 09:32:02
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Forget Toupees, Try Tattoos  

Why are thousands of people getting dots tattooed on their scalps to give the illusion of hair? At the office of Scalp Micro USA in Manhattan, hair is not grown, it's made. The flagship office feels more like a hip spa for dudes than a tattoo parlor — there's pumping pop music, a cowhide rug on the hardwood floor, men's interest magazines on the stylish coffee table. It gives the impression of being a little preoccupied with its masculinity. Moses De Jesus drove seven hours f...

2017-05-16 13:02:01
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What's Your Summer Look?  

Are you more Youth Soccer Player or Your Mom Before She Settled Down? Summer is fast approaching, and with it comes the opportunity for reinvention. I recently decided that I wanted to spend my summer low-key cosplaying as your friend's older sister, hanging meanly and hotly around a high school pool party; I like the idea of chin-length hair and shoulder-baring tops, of nailing just the right combination of carefree summer-before-college enjoyment with ugh-you-nerds-will-never-und...

2017-05-16 12:32:01
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The Best Designer Bags to Buy Now and Sell Later  

A consignment expert on what's worth your money. Designer handbags are expensive: This is a fact. And that many shoppers prefer to pay less than the original retail price for them is another. Fortunately, there are a lot of places to do that online. Resale itself is a billion-dollar industry; the annual revenue is an estimated $17 billion, and the category of handbags is particularly lucrative. High-end consignment sites like The RealReal and Vestaire Collective are owning this space,

2017-05-16 12:02:01
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Meet Warp + Weft, the Brand Selling Your Next Pair of Favorite Jeans  

This brand-new denim brand makes cute jeans for everybody — men and women, straight and plus — all for under $100. From vanity sizing to total lack of inclusivity, the denim industry has its issues. And even when fit options are addressed, having to drop upward of $200 on a pair of jeans is far from ideal. (Hi, Good American.) It makes you wonder: Is finding comfortable, long-lasting, affordable denim for anyone other than the stereotypical size 00-12 human just a pipe dream? Mayb...

2017-05-16 11:32:01
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I Don't Let People I Date See Me Without Makeup  

At least not until we've been dating for a really long time. There's a scene in the pilot of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, a comedy set in 1950s Manhattan, in which the titular heroine waits until her husband is asleep before sneaking out of bed to remove her makeup. The next morning she slips out again to apply a fresh coat, and then deftly slides back under the covers to pretend she just woke up like that. It's meant to be a sendup of dated gender expectations, but... I absolutely ...

2017-05-16 11:02:00
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I Hate to Admit I Love Lululemon's New Sports Bra  

$98 is a lot of money, but it's kind of magical. Okay, this is kind of gross, but bear with me: I'm forever intrigued by smell-proof workout clothes. A lot of brands talk about weaving this or that into their performance-enhancing fabrics so that, allegedly, they won't smell after a few wears, regardless of how much you sweat. I'm more of a wash-after-wearing-once kind of girl, but in Lululemon's new sports bra, I saw an opportunity to run two tests at the same time: First, ...

2017-05-16 10:00:02
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Is British Fast Fashion Too Fast?  

ASOS stocks 85,000 styles on its site. Boohoo turns around collections in two weeks flat. And competitors are freaking out. Manchester's city center, also known as the Northern Quarter, juxtaposes Britain old and new. Wide, freshly paved roads rest on the same grid as narrow, windy streets that crisscross through town. Grand neo-gothic buildings hold banks, coffee shops, and grocery stores. Steely modern high-rises tower over 19th-century brick buildings. It was here that England es...

2017-05-16 09:32:01
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One Direction's Female Fans Love to Dress Like Harry Styles  

You probably already have what you need in your closet.  You probably already have what you need in your closet. Start with a print blouse, the louder the better; when you put it on, unbutton as many buttons as you dare, and then one more. Next come skinny black jeans and a pair of Chelsea boots, any color. Don't do anything to your hair. That's all it takes! Now you are dressed up as Harry Styles. Fans have the best reactions to #HarryStyles flying video! Check them o...

2017-05-15 16:22:45
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Good God, This Company Is Making Rompers for Dudes  

Meet the RompHim, a true eyesore. Sometimes, fundraising site Kickstarter breeds genius products. Other times, your Facebook friend's uncle's brother's cousin's invention is nothing more than a stroke of sheer insanity that leaves you scratching your head. In a case that could be the former but also the latter, there's the RompHim: a romper for men that surfaced on Kickstarter today and promises to be "the start of a fashion revolution," and wow, it is something. What...

2017-05-15 15:22:15
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Want to Win Tickets to the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic?  

'Cause we want to send you. Win your tickets right here. It's almost summer in New York City, which means it's almost time for polo and popping bottles in the shadow of the New York City skyline. The celebrity-studded Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic is returning to Liberty State Park on Saturday, June 3rd, 2017, quite literally bigger than ever before: This year, Neil Patrick Harris will play host, and Alicia Keys and Hamilton's Jordan Fisher are slated to perform — and we can ...

2017-05-15 12:41:49
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Department Stores Jump On 2014's Hottest Trend  

Saks, Bloomingdale's, and Nordstrom are all betting on wellness. Wellness — the art of meditating, drinking charcoal, and subscribing to the philosophies of Gwyneth Paltrow — arguably hit peak trendy in 2014 and 2015. Sure, athleisure is still very much a thing, but the country seems to have calmed down a little bit since we first discovered the existence of $60 pre-packaged herbs. Now, department stores are diving headfirst into wellness. This month, Saks debuted The Wellery, ...

2017-05-15 12:16:37
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High-Waisted Bikinis Are the Perfect Bathing Suits  

The happy medium between a one-piece and a bikini. Much like with one-piece suits, wearing a high-waisted bikini today doesn't mean you're insecure or not quite ready to show off your "bikini body" (read: not a thing). It's just a fun, fresh silhouette that happens to work some serious magic when it comes to your curves. And if you are actually looking for a little more coverage but still want to bare some midriff, consider this shape your comfortable (and really cute!) middle...

2017-05-15 11:32:01
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Nars Is Giving Us More Orgasm Products  

Including lipstick and brand new liquid blushes. There are few products as beloved as Nars' Orgasm blush. The coral pink color flecked with gold shimmer is one of the few beauty products truly worthy of the too-overused word "iconic." Nars knows this, and every so often it will release a new or limited-edition product in the shade to get people excited about it again. As of today, you can now get Orgasm in lipstick ($28) and liquid blush ($30) form, as well as a limited-editi...

2017-05-15 11:02:01
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Nordstrom Scoops Up Goop and Draper James  

Have to fill those Ivanka racks with something! Nordstrom is moving on from Ivanka and turning to Hollywood stars instead. Starting this month, the department store will stock Gwyneth Paltrow's beauty and wellness brand, Goop, and Reese Witherspoon's fashion label, Draper James. As part of Nordstrom's ongoing shop-in-shop program, Pop-In, Goop now has boutiques in eight Nordstrom stores across Washington, Texas, California, Chicago, Vancouver, and Toronto through June 25th, as w...

2017-05-15 10:32:01
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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Costume Designer on What to Expect From Season 3  

Including the scoop on Titus's epic Beyonce tribute. Netflix's Emmy-nominated Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt returns for its third season on May 19th — and as the show's titular protagonist might say, we're pretty fudging excited about it. The series is as famous for its candy-colored costumes as it is for its nonstop zingers and sight gags, none of which are in short supply this time around. Despite the mile-a-minute jokes, however, season 3 comes with its fair share of drama. ...

2017-05-15 10:02:02
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How DC Politicians Save Face  

Dermatologists reveal what Washington politicos do to their faces. There's been a mini-epidemic of teeth grinding in Washington, D.C., since Trump's election. Often a sign of stress, grinding can cause headaches, jaw pain, and even an enlarged, squared-off jawline. The fix? Botox injections into the masseter muscle, which makes your jaw move. It's a procedure that Dr. Tina Alster, a dermatologist who's been practicing in D.C. for 30 years, used to do maybe once or twice a mont...

2017-05-15 09:32:01
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Colonial Williamsburg Has a Luxury Historical Spa  

A brief history of bathing. If you were to travel back in time to British Colonial America, I suspect that it wouldn't be the smell of dung in the streets that would be most repulsive to your modern nose, but the scent of the people. Thoughts about dirty bodies and bad smells, however, were not what was running through my mind as I twirled in the massive egg-shaped tub at the Spa of Colonial Williamsburg, a freestanding three-story palace of beauty and wellness located on the grounds

2017-05-15 07:00:01
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Lululemon Hired Vice to Make Its Ads, What's Weird?  

Drumming and drawing are the new yoga. It's hard to believe Lululemon has been around for nearly 20 years without a stitch of advertising. Since the yoga-inspired athletic apparel company was started by now-ousted founder and ex-CEO Chip Wilson in 1998, it hasn't really needed to. Instead, Lululemon has relied on its die-hard fans and a robust network of fabulously toned, handstand-savvy brand ambassadors to spread a gospel of mountain scaling, mindfulness, and $100 leggings. Its...

2017-05-14 10:02:01
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The Clothes from My Marriage Helped Me Through My Divorce  

I didn't get rid of the clothes that reminded me of better times — I let them carry me through the hard ones. It was spring when my husband left. Before, as pink cherry blossoms fell brazenly from the trees; I floated around the city in cotton dresses and bright blazers. After, shell-shocked and living in a new reality, I continued to wear those same outfits, even though I was no longer the happily married woman I'd been yesterday. Putting on my brightly colored spring skirts, ...

2017-05-14 10:02:01
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My Mother Lives On in My Lipsticks  

I wish I could still ask her all the questions about beauty (and life) she never had the chance to answer. I keep buying lipsticks I never wear. They sit in the bathroom cabinet behind the mirror, five black-and-gold tubes standing upright and tall. Five might not seem like many, but they're pretty excessive for someone who, until three years ago, had never actually used lipstick before. Although I see them now at least once a day, whenever I reach for dental floss or an extra hair...

2017-05-13 10:02:01
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10 Steps for Making Over Your Mom  

When my mother got sick, I tried to help her the only way I knew how. Be the baby of the family. Confound your fashion-apathetic mother by laying the foundation early: love clothing fervently and acquisitively. Watch Clarissa Explains it All and take notes. Underline passages in the Babysitter's Club books, but only descriptions of Claudia, of the leatherette high-tops and mauve shorteralls and scrunchy ankle socks and rhinestone mania. Your mother will not understand it, but sh...

2017-05-12 14:51:43
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ICYMI: Weed Sweatshirts, Glossier Sunscreen, and Chloë Sevigny–Approved Vintage  

The best of what's new in fashion and beauty this week. It's been a busy week for your faves: Glossier dropped another new product, Rhianna made us summer shoes that aren't those slides, and weed can now be incorporated into your wardrobe without making it look like you still hang out at your hometown mall. In the case that it's been a busy week for you, too, we're here to catch you up on all of that and more below. Creatures of the Wind came out with a marijuana-inspire...

2017-05-12 12:02:30
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The Ultimate Guide to Bathing Suit Shopping Online  

The very best places to shop for bikinis and one-pieces without leaving your house. Summer brings on some of the most fun things in your wardrobe to shop for — sandals, sundresses, sunglasses — and one of the most dreaded: swimwear. Not that we don't enjoy looking at, buying, and wearing bathing suits. But let's be real, finding one that fits, looks great, and works for your budget is easier said than done. Since fluorescent dressing room lighting is never as flattering as gol...

2017-05-12 11:32:02
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I Learned the Sound of Glamour From My Mother  

And from her mother, too. About once a month I grab a handful of bangles from the bowl on my dresser and stack them up my wrist. I admire the way they turn whatever I'm wearing into something whole and intentional, a completed look. I fiddle with them for maybe an hour — along my commute, while waiting for my coffee — enjoying the cool metal at the base of my palm, the tinny sound as they fall against each other. But soon I get to work, and their weight begins to feel like bulk...

2017-05-12 11:26:46
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Ashley Graham Loves Wearing Corsets Over Clothes, Don't @ Her  

"It's just sexy!" In case you haven't noticed, Ashley Graham's style has been really, really good lately. The supermodel's currently hitting the promotional trail hard for her newly published memoir, A New Model, in which she chronicles her successes and struggles in the fashion industry. That's given her the opportunity to change outfits on a near-hourly basis, and from the silky Nili Lotan slip dress she cinched with a corset (more on that in a minute) to the cream Aug...

2017-05-12 11:07:00
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An Under-Eye Concealer That'll Make It Look Like You Actually Slept  

Plus, it doubles as an eye cream. Big Sean once said "I got money bags under my eyes, cause I ain't sleep (they all Goyard too, cause I ain't cheap)." Well, I sleep. I'm a regular eight-hour-a-night sleeper, in fact, and yet my purple and puffy under-eye bags are still there every morning. Thankfully, I found Onomie's Bright Concealing Elixir: a concealer that somehow manages to hide them perfectly while simultaneously reducing the appearance of dark circles over time. Most...

2017-05-12 10:11:44
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The Latest Beauty Trend Is Not Buying More Makeup  

With tens of thousands of new offerings from beauty brands yearly, makeup lovers are saying "no thanks." If you've browsed through the "Just Arrived" section of Sephora lately, you'd be forgiven for being overwhelmed. As of press time, there are 84 items in that section alone. In total, the store stocks 17,000 products, and it expects companies that sell in the store to have new offerings every three months in order to keep their spot. Ulta, one of Sephora's main competi...

2017-05-11 15:58:06
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Why Are So Many US Stores Struggling?  

US retail giants, from mall icons and strip mall staples to department store behemoths and the malls themselves, are against the ropes. Many of the icons we've known for decades are facing mounting debts and low profits, not to mention the inherent problem of being, well, known for decades and lacking excitement and innovation. Just in the first half of 2017, Wet Seal and Bebe announced they're each closing all their stores. Macy's and J.C. Penney announced layoffs in the thousa

2017-05-11 12:46:45
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Platform Sandals Are Very Much a Thing Again  

These are the ones to buy. In case you missed it: Steve Madden announced the re-release of its infamous '90s flatform Slinky Sandal late last month, and everyone freaked out. I wasn't totally convinced that the "comeback of the platform" was upon us until a week later, when OG Rocket Dog released a handful of serious bright leather flip-flop platforms in collaboration with fashion veteran Elizabeth Saltzman that are available on MatchesFashion for $85 a pop. Even though I kno...

2017-05-11 12:32:01
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2-in-1 Shorts Are Summer's Saving Grace  

Don't be discouraged by the war against men in pants. Come summer, a quick Google search immediately unearths the war against men in shorts — especially if Fran Lebowitz is involved. I stand here not only in direct opposition to this mentality, but in support of those who don't want to suffer any longer. I also come bearing a remedy: They're called 2-in-1 shorts, and they are here to save the season. For experienced runners, 2-in-1 shorts are the norm. With their stunted hem...

2017-05-11 12:02:01
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What Ever Happened to Wristlets?  

Regular clutches just can't compete, sorry. Handheld purses are having a moment right now — and I'm not just talking about classic clutches, the injustices of which we've discussed extensively on this very site. No, I'm specifically speaking of the various handheld "Instabags" I've spotted on enough photo feeds to last a lifetime, like Simon Miller's hoop-handled Bonsai bucket and the Cult Gaia Ark bag. Both, it should be noted, are incredibly cute. But like most clu...

2017-05-11 11:52:09
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Everything Is So Cheap at JackThreads' Going-Out-of-Business Sale  

Selvedge denim is only $15. OG men's flash-sale site JackThreads announced that it was going out of business earlier this week. The retailer was bought by Thrillist in 2010, left the media company in 2015, and was reportedly seeking a buyer as recently as February; now the brand is holding a massive 70%-off everything-must-go sale before closing up shop for good. But JackThread's loss is our gain — we've written before about how stores going out of business can actually be a...

2017-05-11 11:32:00
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The Best Pajamas Are Other Peoples' Pajamas  

And yes, you have to give them back. The best T-shirt I ever slept in was a men's white Hanes undershirt, size medium, rendered soft and smaller around the torso by so many washings. The neck was loose from having been yanked thoughtlessly over the head, the way I'd never do with a shirt of my own. I only got to sleep in it once — my junior year of college, spring break, borrowed from one of the boys' tennis team members because I slept in his room instead of mine. The settin...

2017-05-11 11:02:01
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What's a Gel Cream and Why Does It Keep Selling Out at Sephora?  

The texture is like nothing you've ever felt before. To be frank, there are a lot of BS new beauty products out there right now. Gel creams, also sometimes called water creams, water gels, or (god help us) water gel creams, are not one of them. They are great. And don't just take my word for it — they've been selling out at Sephora. So what exactly is it? A gel cream is a hydrating product that usually comes in a jar. But it doesn't have that thick, creamy, oily texture th...

2017-05-11 10:02:00
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Riverdale's Betty Cooper Is Way Preppier Than She Was in the Comics  

In the Archie comics, Betty wasn't limited to cardigans and Peter Pan collars. There are many differences between the CW teen drama Riverdale and the Archie Comics series it's based on. Gone is clumsy Archie the second-rate athlete, replaced by an Archie who makes captain of the varsity football team his sophomore year (but lets Reggie take the title). Jughead's defining features are no longer his voracious appetite and aversion to dating girls but rather his writerly aspiration...

2017-05-11 09:32:01
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Ethical Shopping Is Nearly Impossible  

Plenty of people boycott restaurants or gas stations they don't agree with. Why is it so hard to do the same for stores? Last month marked the four-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse that killed 1,138 garment workers and injured nearly 2,600. The news grabbed headlines, tugged heartstrings, and inspired outrage. Then most of us forgot about it, with the Today show reporting on the tragedy and only a few months later promoting the same brands that had been pulled fr...

2017-05-11 09:28:00
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Anyone Want to Buy Abercrombie & Fitch?  

The company says it's exploring a sale. This morning, rumors started swirling that Abercrombie & Fitch is looking for a buyer. By late afternoon, the company confirmed that it is indeed in "preliminary discussions with several parties" regarding a potential sale. A deal may not happen! But also it definitely might, and it says a lot about how far the brand has fallen from its position at the top of the teen fashion food chain in the '90s and '00s. For two years now, Abe...

2017-05-10 17:21:30
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Stitch Fix Is Close to Becoming a Billion-Dollar Brand  

The stylist-in-a-box shopping service generated $730 million in 2016. In case you haven't noticed, retail is in the dumps. The past year has been a brutal one for clothing companies struggling with slumping sales, bankruptcies, and layoffs, but one company has been raking it in — and no, it's not Amazon. The stylist-in-a-box start-up Stitch Fix has been around since 2011 — and it's been quietly making a killing. Earlier today, the company shared its financials online, revea...

2017-05-10 14:16:02
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20 Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts That Will Definitely Get There on Time  

None of them scream "I forgot." In a perfect world, you would have read our Mother's Day gifting story last week, found something you liked, and already have it gift-wrapped and ready to hand off to your mom this weekend. But in the very real chance that things didn't play out so smoothly, we're here to remind you that Amazon Prime exists, and has your back. Based on the fact that more than half of all American households have Prime memberships, you're probably already fam...

2017-05-10 14:02:01
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Athleisure Is Even Infecting Our Button-Up Shirts  

The performance sportswear market is valued at $78 billion and set to become one of the fastest-growing product categories of the decade. Athleisure continues to take over, stealing market share from non-athletic apparel in the process. Which is to say, it makes sense that companies that make clothing — classic, traditional clothing — are peering around the corner at sportswear companies and saying "Hey, we want a piece of that." Gant is one of those companies; it even brough...

2017-05-10 13:32:02
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Fighting the Urge to Shop at the End of the World  

In the era of Trump, consumer nihilism is an alluring (if empty) temptation. The week after Donald Trump was elected, my friend Jennifer Wright tweeted about wanting a handbag. We engaged in a back-and-forth of mutual enabling of the purchases we were tempted to make with the justification that they would make us happy, culminating in me concluding "I think we might be trapped as flawed, sympathetic characters in a dystopian novel on nihilism at the core of capitalism?!?" At the ...

2017-05-10 13:21:12
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The Outnet Launched an Easy Way to Shop for Summer Clothes  

The website's broken its selection down for vacations, weddings, and hanging out at the beach. The Outnet, Net-a-Porter's outlet offshoot, is great for two big reasons. The first, and most obvious, is that everything is discounted (up to 75% off normal retail prices). The second is that it's technically "off season," which means that it doesn't follow the traditional fashion calendar that's perpetually three months ahead. Instead, The Outnet sells spring clothes in the s...

2017-05-10 12:04:49
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Reese Witherspoon's Clothing Line, Draper James, Just Dropped a Cute Collab with Net-a-Porter  

It's great for summer weddings. Reese Witherspoon always looks great (especially in Big Little Lies), but have you seen her clothing and lifestyle label, Draper James? Some of the items — gingham sandals, A-line floral dresses — are super cute, and I can imagine a stylish person like Witherspoon wearing them. But some of it... some of it's a little corny. I'm not the target demo (more of a Yankee tomboy than a Southern belle) so I know it's not even supposed to speak to ...

2017-05-10 11:32:01
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The Most Comfortable Shoes, As Told By People Who Are on Their Feet All Day  

Nurses, teachers, bartenders, and a farmer weigh in. Being on your feet all day is a particular kind of hell — just ask any of the nurses, bartenders, waitresses, custodians, or teachers in your life. When sitting is a rarity, finding the right pair of shoes is crucial, lest it's your goal to become a frequent flyer at the podiatrist's office. (As someone who worked in retail for years, of this I am sure.) So what shoes aren't torture? And which ones won't cause all sorts of...

2017-05-10 11:02:01
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The Lipstick That Can Outlast the Most Over-the-Top Meals  

According to a woman who eats on camera for a living. I primarily write about theme parks, and recently I trekked to Walt Disney World for an Eater video series where I had to eat on camera. Did I panic about stuffing my face with chocolate cakes and whole-fried fish while remaining a presentable human woman? Slightly, maybe, if only because half our crew puked from overeating. But I was good to go because I have a lipstick that won't waver in the face of charcuterie, pho, lamb chops,

2017-05-10 09:32:01
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How Iranian Women Became the Queens of Online Shopping  

Persian women are quietly reshaping online shopping models from the ground up. Parisian entrepreneur Moojan Asghari noticed something unusual about the Tehran startup weekend she contributed to in December 2016: the prevalence of stylish hijabs and lipstick. Unlike the high-tech events she goes to in Europe and the United States, women were well-represented in the competing Iranian teams. "Most of the projects we had were related to e-commerce," Asghari says. "Fashion tech is on...

2017-05-09 15:48:15
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