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In case you haven't heard, Calvin Klein is the latest clothing company to come out with a campaign that has a lot of people extremely pissed off. The campaign is called, "Perfectly Fit" and it features model Myla Dalbesio modeling what Calvin Klein is calling their "plus sized" underwear. It should come as no surprise that 27-year-old Myla is not what most people would consider anything even close to plus sized. I suppose I understand the outrage in principal, but why are people still so shocked when a company that is known for promoting one kind of beauty continues to do just that? Frankly, if Calvin Klein wanted to do something seriously shocking, they would use a model who was older than 25 years old and wore a size bigger than a four.
According to Old Navy, thigh gap is officially a desired trait for a woman to have. Ugh. The Tumblr WTF Plus first found a disturbing photo of a pair of women's plus-size jeans on the American retaile...
I recently went shopping for back to school clothes with my three young kids in tow. As insane as it may seem to take your kids along with you while picking out clothes for the season, it actually makes things easier and more efficient as you're able to size things on the spot. As the first day of school looms, here are some proven tips for back to school shopping with kids.
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Canadians spend a lot of time online. A recent study found we Canucks are among the world's top Internet users, doing everything from streaming videos to hanging out on Facebook. The other thing we lo...
Is it just me or have many commercials gone from bad to downright scary? I can't help but giggle at the one that begins with a rather distraught young woman wearing a sad little hoodie announcing: "I found out about my feminine odor problem in the worst way possible." How? Through an intervention?