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Can you believe women once wore these undergarments? From the AOL Partner Studio
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From using the right hair removal products to all-natural exfoliating recipes, here’s a list of tips to ensure your legs get noticed.
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How to style the season's hottest skirt styles from the AOL Partner Studio
Know your body type. I know this should seem obvious, but I still find myself staring wistfully at store windows, wondering if I can squeeze myself into a dress or top that clearly wasn't designed with me in mind. I hear women complain about their bodies all the time, but there's no such thing as a bad body type. There are, however, poor fashion choices that don't highlight your best assets.
It seems that every time I write a post about heels, I get numerous comments from women basically dismissing the post and telling me that they just can't wear heels. This makes me a little sad because while you can wear whatever you want if it makes you feel good, I don't think you should have to stay away from a shoe just because you think you can't.
If you don't have a kaftan already, you're going to want one...or three.
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Now that March is here, we can safely say spring is on the horizon. This means it's (almost) time to put away our bulky sweaters and excess layers and bring out the spring dresses for 2015. And while...
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The lives of fat women are not easy. But there are hopeful signs that fat people and their allies are pushing back against the prejudice that surrounds them. And there are some interesting developments focused on young people, especially girls.
While we love wearing skirts and dresses, sometimes us ladies just want to wear the pants! On the 2014 runways, we saw tons of different styles, from wide leg to skinny, to cropped and printed, there...
Ready-to-wear clothing has become bigger over time. In the 1937 Sears Catalog, a size 14 dress had a bust size of 32 inches. By 1967 those sized boobs snagged you a size eight frock. In 2011, you and your little B cup breasts get a high five from the girls at the gym because you wear a size zero. I think Vanity Sizing is just another marketing/shaming tool.