Palazzo pants are everywhere and they are so happy to see you.
That gay ol’ time. Talkin’ about stuff and things. Maybe even new threads. And GIFs. Lots of GIFs. WOULD YOU HANGGGGG WITH ME?
Kristen’s off-duty looks are essentially a master class on lookin’ delectable in simple basics.
It’s the eve of a new year, and the best way to get a headstart on a rad 2015 is dressin’ to the nines to say goodbye to 2014. Whether you are feelin’ dapper as hell or on a shimmering ethereal tip, we’ve rounded up some awesome threads to look #flawless in.
As far as winter footwear is concerned you have two choices: fashion or function. That doesn’t mean your choices are “look cute and freeze” or “stay dry and sacrificing lookin’ winsome.” Lovely human, you’ve got options.
Queer and trans women of color living life, how to pet a cat, women punching people, grownup tomboy style, Everyone IS Gay, Brittani Nichols made them all that way, you can buy music, the Trans 100, abortions, a shitbag man got fired, poison, #pdxcarpet, turtles, marijuana, what I’m wearing this weekend.
This year, rather than scoffing at the isle of misfit sweaters and hats no one wants to play reindeer games in, I challenge you to embrace the hideousness. Allow yourself to lower your guards to the bright reds, greens, silvers, and blues and really snuggle into some ugliness.
Now I know that a burning log of wood on a TV screen doesn’t bring the same warmth as a real, live fireplace but there is something oddly comforting about watching a loop of a fire for a solid 4 hours. You can grab some cookies, whip up some boozey eggnog and catch up with pals. Or just take a nap. What exactly does one wear to sit still for a solid afternoon? I’m glad you asked.
DapperQ has partnered with Brooklyn Museum to present an evening of dapper style!
What do you get someone who has knack for Kanye-esque levels of style? Don’t you worry, I got you covered.
My knees look like I’ve been crawling around in the fireplace. My lips are so dry you could peel off a layer and roll a joint in it. I’m itchy as hell y’all, but thankfully, I have an arsenal of products to keep me whet as a whistle.
Pumpkin everything is the highlight of my autumn, but as you may well know it’s also the center of a lot of unnecessary girl hate. Demonizing girls for liking pumpkin flavored things is silly, so let’s snuggle up by the fireplace celebrate with a pumpkin spice smokey eye.
Something truly wonderful is happening. Cosmetic companies are expanding their lipstick colors beyond the standard red-orange-pink-purple-burgundy spectrum and into the land of black, yellow, green and blue lipstick.
My resistance to the chill of winter eventually gives way to the realization that I can wear my trusty sweaters again — here are four ways to look great doing it.
The League of Ladies was “born from a dissatisfaction of the portrayal of female superheroes and disempowering slogans on contemporary underwear.” The lookbook celebrates four historical heroines, including Frida Khalo and Harriet Tubman modelled by “real-life superheros” who embody and reflect the traits of the superheroines they are wearing.
For me, the beginning of Autumn means a bit of a closet assessment. I take it as a chance to visit old friends — hi, fuzzy granddad cardigans — and also figure out what no longer works/what I’ll ideally be wearing all season.
Vintage inspired, cheeky and plain ol’ fun, get set for a dapper femme tux set (jacket + trousers) and the sweetest pink frock I ever did see outside of a 1950’s prom.
Dressing up like your favorite comic-inspired character is one of the best things about Halloween.
Picking your own personal style can be hard enough when you’ve got years of practice, so what’s a woman supposed to do when she’s jumping right in?
Some important looks for Spring/Summer 2015 in no particular order: sheer stripes, mechanics’ suits, Chuck Taylors, lemon yellow, white cornflower blue and co-ordinates/suiting.