I love clothes. As many of you will suspect I love dressing up and going out. I am sure that I am as guilty as the next person for hoarding and thinking 'oh I will get another year out of that item". Then it sits at the back of the closet alone for another year. I think I will be lonesome if I throw out my old coat or jumper. This new Shwopping campaign is helping me with these little daily dramas. So just what is this Shwopping idea and why am I so interested in all your old shirts, shorts, bras and underwear?
I looked at my chic mom and realized that she was far more fashionable than I'd ever be. My snow boots were hardly put away and here was my mother wearing turquoise Tory Burch ballet flats.
New York Times Style Section,
Frigo No 1,
New York Times Trend Pieces,
In case men weren't frightened enough by the amount of "he-waxing" supposedly going on, the New York Times Style section has unearthed yet another groundbreaking trend -- dudes buying expensive underwear.
If you use your wife to humanize you and to help relate to the average American, you might want to remind her before sitting down for coffee with the nation NOT to wear her $990 T-shirt.
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Queer Voices News
The most ridiculous part is that they argue that they are "protecting" their children. From what, exactly? From seeing happy couples? From seeing companies being fair and inclusive? From seeing the reality of the world?
"One of the most interesting and challenging parts of my job is being equally creative and business-minded in every aspect of our company. I've never been to design or business school, but in some ways that has helped me because I didn't think about impossibility. I've learned on the job and trusted my instincts."