Feb 5, 2016 1:15 PMBy Chantel Delulio
Feb 5, 2016 12:30 PM
If you're still mourning the death of David Bowie (a sentence it pains me to type, because acknowledging that it happened is bizarre and uncomfortable), Kate Beaton of Hark! A Vagrant has you covered with this Glam Breakfast Mug, featuring Ziggy Stardust and his sultry alien gaze. You can drink your coffee from this mug every morning, but be careful not to spill any on the fifteen layers of pancake makeup that David would have wanted you to wear.
Feb 5, 2016 12:00 PM
While wearing the Pike Pant from The Reformation you may find that your voice takes on a distinctly Mid-Atlantic quality. Perhaps you'll be overwhelmed with a need to engage in witty tête-à-tête with unsuspecting passersby. You may be compelled to adopt a pet leopard to hang out with while you carouse around in a luxe dressing gown. All side effects of donning these Golden Age of Hollywood-worthy trousers.
Feb 5, 2016 8:28 AMBy Samantha Arroyo
Feb 4, 2016 12:30 PM
Grab The Experimenter, a technicolor bath bomb from Lush that will turn your bath into a mosaic of colors and delicious fragrances. It uses fair trade vanilla absolute, vetivert oil, and tonka absolute to wrap you in a cartoonish blanket that you'll have a hard time getting out of again.
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Feb 4, 2016 12:00 PM
Looking for an awesome Galantine's Day gift for your bestie? You can't get much more perfect that handing over a Fortune Cookie Lariat by Christina Kober Designs (over a shared plate of Belgian waffles, of course!). You can choose from four different inspirational messages or, for an extra ten bucks, personalize the necklace with a message of your own. Brides-to-be take note, too, because we bet your bridesmaids will love a thoughtful gift like this almost as much as they'll love sharing your special day with you.
Feb 4, 2016 8:37 AM
By Angela Germano
Now that you have your swanky new wardrobe of comfortable, made for your needs clothes replacing all of your awkward "these make me feel like I'm not even human" clothes (ask me what it's like to fit a proper shoulder brace over the standard t-shirt or unpadded, wirefree bra, answer: it's impossible and you feel like you're in danger of losing body bits), it's time to think about accessories.
I tend to go full-blown, I jingle more than a Salvation Army Santa in Christmas time when it comes to them, which is the exact opposite of what I should probably be doing. I shouldn't be wearing bracelets that bang against my cane or wheelchair, or enough necklaces that, between putting them on and taking them off, the entire thing hurts worse than eating after I got my wisdom teeth out.
Feb 3, 2016 1:00 PMBy Chantel Delulio
Feb 3, 2016 12:30 PM
Barely have time in the morning to pull on pants and get out the door, let alone put together a killer outfit? This Lovely Lace Crochet Cardigan from A'Gaci will instantly make any outfit the best one you've worn all week. It has a lace crochet body with pom-pom trimming and 3/4 kimono sleeves, and pairs perfectly with a lace-up shirt and some boots.
Feb 3, 2016 12:13 PM
By Ryan Boyd
Of all the stand-bys to have in your closet, possibly nothing is as versatile or effortlessly cool as a cardigan. They go with everything, they look amazing, and they're so comfy that you feel like you're getting away with something by wearing them -- all the soft warmth of a Slanket without the accompanying public mockery. And as you move into your adult life and certain articles of clothing (lookin' at you, ratty studded jacket with prominent Motörhead patch) fall by the wayside to become weekend staples for when you don't have to be in a professional setting, a vacuum opens up for weekday wardrobes. And that's where cardigans come in: Throw one on, and suddenly the guy at reception in your office building doesn't eyeball you like you might be a ragtag moppet from a musical. It's not just for Morrissey fans and grad students.
Feb 3, 2016 12:00 PM
If you're a pattern kind of gal, you can't go wrong with the genius of Mokuyobi Threads. Their great collection of bags all emphasize bright, bold, and obnoxiously awesome prints and patterns. I mean, seriously, this Banana Greyson Tote most definitely stands out from the crowd; it won't get lost in a sea of similar bags when you use it as a carry on while traveling, or a gym bag when you head to the locker room pre-workout. If you find you love your tote (and why wouldn't you?), then consider snatching up a matching fanny pack for the days when you only need to cart around your keys and phone.
Feb 3, 2016 10:02 AM
By Meagan Morris
BeautyBlender, the brains behind some of the most useful makeup blending sponges out there, is branching out to your eyes with the Liner Designer, a tiny tool that'll help you achieve the perfect eyeliner.
Achieving the perfect winged eyeliner look seems so easy, but in reality it's anything but. First off, it's difficult enough to get liner on straight, but when you extend it past your eyelids it's so easy for it to go from sexy to shaky in a matter of seconds.
Feb 2, 2016 3:00 PMBy Chantel Delulio
Feb 2, 2016 12:30 PM
Bomber jackets have always been cool, and since the weather is (ideally) going to relent its frozen onslaught as Spring approaches, you're going to want something lighter than a peacoat but warmer than a hoodie. Get this Classic Flight Bomber Jacket in Olive Green -- it's smooth, silky, and crammed full of pockets and zippers, so this oughta hold you over until summertime and keep you looking amazing.
Feb 2, 2016 12:00 PM
It may be only February, but the days are already starting to lengthen and I can see the sunshiny light at the end of the winter tunnel. It has me daydreaming about cute fashions that aren't lined with flannel, faux fur, or wool. At the top of the wish list is this pair of Cadence Flats from Kristin Cavallari. They're the epitome of a great spring shoe; the bright floral pattern and cut out sides are only practical to wear in dry, warm weather. Buy a pair now and put them on top of your dresser to serve as a reminder that spring isn't that far off after all.