I’m back, babies! And I brought a new tutorial with me. Read More Hair for Rookies: Four Ways to do a High Bun
Some of the most popular fragrances right now are gentle, girly, fruity florals, like Coach’s Poppy and Marc Jacob’s Daisy. Nothing wrong with that, but on certain days, you might want something a little bit tougher. Here are some less-sweet scents I checked out! Read More Scent of a Badass: Not-So-Ladylike Perfumes
It’s been awhile. We had some moments in the past few years when it seemed like floral might return to us, but no! It was always just out of reach. And yet, here it is again, popping up in stores and making everything look delicious and adorable. Read More Style: Floral is Back!
Wedges are totally IN (again). But I say, embrace the wedge! They’re cute, comfortable and easier to walk in than other high heeled alternatives. Read More The Wonderful Wedge
At some point in the late 1990s, when flared-leg jeans were getting popular, all the adults in my life starting talking about how they never thought they’d see bell-bottoms make a comeback. At the time, I thought they were being ridiculous. These were flares not bell-bottoms, why couldn’t they get with it?
Color blocking: Creating an outfit by putting blocks of solid colors next to each other. Interesting geometric designs are a major focus of this spring’s color blocking. This can be achieved with the help of clothes, shoes or accessories, which are all coming in color block patterns this season. Color blocking doesn’t have to be bright fluorescent colors, it can be accomplished with monotone, bright colors, muted colors, contrasting and complimentary colors.
Hey, fat beauties and those who shop for them! Here’s another update on winter apparel, but here, we’re talking hot and sexy winter coats for all your bundle-up needs.
I would just like to clear it up right now, Project Runway All Stars fans: I am the best designer. Yes, me, Miss Worded a.k.a. Lucy Woodhull (also known in some circles as Tits Milano-Cookies). You may be confused, as everyone on PR last night told you that they were, in fact, the best designer evar to roam the earth threading a needle and attaching sequins to anything that unwittingly traipsed across their path.
Oh, wait. I mean I’m the best Milano-cookie eater evar. The best designer might be Mondo. Or Austin Scarlett’s moustache, which is so intimidating and fancy that I used the spelling with more letters in it.