I just stumbled over the website, and let me tell you -- this place has STOOD THE TEST OF TIME.
My high-waisted bikini is making me feel worse about my shape and I want to set it on fire. Or at least angrily return it.
Everything in my closet suddenly seems so cheap, tacky, and not me. Everything is too tight, too short, and made of terrible crappy fabric.
Garment workers are dying because of unsafe working conditions and employers who choose to ignore regulations and laws. So yes, it matters to me where my clothes were made.
When you have some advice, you can find me at Target, buying my 100th $7.99 "Favorite Tee." Heeeeeeeeeeeelp.
I have been sized by so many salespeople that I feel I may never trust again.
There's a high-waisted galaxy-print bikini, for one. Also Gabi is very pretty, but that is nothing new.
Besides glamourosity, the biggest advantage to nighties are how ridiculously comfortable they are.
It was time to clean out the closet, drastically and once-and-for-all. I was sick of feeling as if my clothes owned me. I know ten pieces sounds pretty draconian, but more minimal is always more peaceful.
As if I'd let gender "rules" govern how I dress myself.
Apparently, we regularly wear only 20% of the clothes in our wardrobes. I can relate. CLOTHING CODE RED.
FINALLY THIS IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION IS ANSWERED. BY ME.
It's a definite sign of getting older when your brand loyalty changes.
I feel like dumpy sex Urkel in these things.
I've set up some rules for myself and unless I can check off every damn one, I'm not allowed to buy whatever it is that I'm considering buying.
Goth is so back, and I cannot believe I just found the jacket I’ve been DESPERATELY SEEKING since 8th grade. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, OH HUMBLE INTERWEBS!!!!