you are the advice columnist
The dress just does not look good, too much fabric, one bare arm, shows everything and no shape.
dresses
When I wandered into a Brooklyn thrift shop and saw this sweet brocade dress marked down to $27.99, when I tried it on and teared up as the zipper closed perfectly, I knew it was my wedding dress.
fatshion
Those of you who don't work at home in a dark cave of loneliness are probably shopping for dresses for holiday parties, right? PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT WHAT LIFE IS LIKE OUTSIDE.
fashion
Here are some toasty warm dresses I’m considering purchasing for fall, plus my very favorite black tights.
outfit of the week
You guys make me realize I should be better prepared.
curvy women
I have no doubt that each one of you curvy ladies would look awesome in this silhouette.
fatshion
weddings
It sounded too good to be true, and I know how these things end. But I’m a sucker for a bargain -- and a bit of a gambler.
in

Feb 12, 2013 at 5:00pm | 165 comments

dresses
fatshion
COME ON AND RIDE THE GRANDMA-CHIC TRAIN WITH ME.
in

Jun 18, 2013 at 9:00am | 129 comments

prints
I have incredible style, so listen to me when I tell you I’m into clothes that are absolutely insane-looking because they are awesome and I am a psychic and they will be all over Midwestern prom in like five years.
in

Dec 12, 2012 at 10:30am | 127 comments

fatshion
shoppables
Choices are good. Whether you’re talking ice cream, boys, or clothing, having options is really the only way to live.
1960s
Lilly Pulitzer was a wealthy socialite in 1960s Palm Beach when she started making dresses both to relieve boredom and to solve a problem: Her good clothes were always getting ruined by fruit juice stains.
shoppables
pattern making
There are no rules; this isn't some kind of sewing Fight Club.
cameos
Looking stylish in the summer is actually simple if you use this fashion equation: simple+classic+colorful=easy, breezy, CUTE! I guarantee you probably already own the items to make this look work. Stand in front of your closet while you read.
you are the advice columnist
Should I just accept that there are certain things I have to give up to be trans?
layering
I’m getting a little impatient to wear my favourite spring and summer pieces, and the Toronto weather isn't really cooperating, so I’m getting creative with layering.
apocalypse
bees
Note: The following post may be filled with enthusiastic bees.
in

Jul 10, 2012 at 5:00pm | 63 comments

acne
This wedding season, skip the beaded strapless number and go for something you would wear in real life.