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Women’s jeans in 400 sizes

- November 14th, 2014

Does it seem like no matter how much you spend on a pair of jeans that promises an “incredible fit” – the fit is just NOT that right? According to jean innovator Crystal Beasley from Portland, Oregon, most women do feel a misfit when it comes to jeans, and we go through this because “the way clothes are sized today is fundamentally broken.” Read more…

Two friends capture Kim and Kanye’s fashion on Instagram

- November 7th, 2014

When you’re trying to mimic the style of one of the world’s most watched couples, starting with denim is the way to go.

Kathleen Lee and Katie Burroughs should know. They are the friends behind one of Instagram’s hottest new accounts, @What_Would_Yeezus_Wear. The account mimics the fashionable outfits Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and even their daughter, North West have been photographed in; Yeezus, if you didn’t know is Kanye West’s most recent album.

#wwyw #whatwouldyeezuswear #kimye #katye #kanye #kimkardashian #style #fashion #whoworeitbest

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Sarah Jessica Parker is launching a bridal shoe collection

- October 31st, 2014

Brides-to-be, take out your wallets and get ready to spend, spend, spend.

Sarah Jessica Parker is launching her bridal shoe collection, this after launching her original SJP shoe boutique inside of Nordstrom’s this past year. Inspired by her current collection, the new line will feature pumps in white, ivory and blue.

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(SJP shoe boutique opens in Nordstrom’s in March, 2014. Images courtesy of WENN.com)

The bridal collection will come in satin and leather and her feature crossgrain fabric. Prices will range from US $355-545 and will be available on Zappos next spring.

Happy shopping!


Sarah Jessica Parker to Launch Bridal Shoe Collection

Victoria’s Secret ‘Perfect Body’ ads draw criticism

- October 30th, 2014
What does “The Perfect ‘Body’” look like? If you believed Victoria’s Secret’s newest ad campaign, it resembles a tall, busty and very slender 20-something model, gorgeous enough to walk down a New York catwalk in nothing but her skivvies.
The ads with the tagline “The Perfect ‘Body,’” which appear in U.K. stores and on the American website, don’t sit well with many who say the company is promoting unhealthy body image standards for women, as well as once again, using thin models to set the standard of what a beautiful body looks like or should look like.
Victoria's Secret ad
(Victoria’s Secret website)

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