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Must have swimsuits that are not bikinis


Bikinis:  wars have been waged, hearts have been broken, and dreams have been smashed over the epic struggle to be skinny enough to show up to pool parties in what is essentially your bra and panties.

Okay, we’re exaggerating… but it’s true that the bikini struggle is real.

Today we’re cutting you some slack and showing you some killer swimsuits that you can feel awesome in while still leaving a little to the imagination.
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an ode to ombre


Each year, when winter finally decides it’s done punishing everyone and spring comes out to play, a few colors or color combinations reign supreme. Fashion forward girls all over the world wear them all day and all night until they’re no fun anymore, and then it’s suddenly fall and people care about boots again.

But last year something odd happened. Ombre reigned supreme — and any color or color combination worked just fine.

What’s even more weird (and awesome) is that ombre is still in, and poised to take the spring and summer seasons by storm again.

Since ombre is still super fun and super in, here’s an homage to ombre – prepare to drool.


There will never be enough ombre maxi dresses to quench our thirst for them.

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Love it or hate it (or feel no particular way about it), Valentine’s day is THIS FRIDAY.

Here is your all inclusive guide to having fun on Valentine’s day, whether you’re single or you’ve been married for 50 years (or anything in between).

1) Dress the part: DO NOT refuse to get dressed today because you feel like wallowing in misery. ALSO DO NOT dress in matching outfits with anybody unless you are a five year old and the person you are matching with is your twin. Dress in normal clothing please. For example:

Who says your valentine's day outfit has to be red?

Who says your valentine’s day outfit has to be red?

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How To Survive The Reunion At Your Hometown Bar During The Holidays


Thought Catalog

Carpool with your childhood best friend. The only one you still talk to on a bi-monthly basis. Go into the dive bar/bowling alley that hasn’t seen this much traffic since last Christmas. The annual bar pilgrimage of 20-somethings, trying to escape their childhood home. The return of the prodigal millennials.

Get to the bar, and immediately see everyone you grew up with. Be as self-conscious now as you were at the 8th grade graduation dance. The same insecurities, the same sheepish mannerisms. Realize your outfit is way too city for a place that hosts a Wednesday bowling league. Contemplate leaving, but realize it would be much worse if you did. Order a Whiskey-Ginger. Wonder if you would look cooler if you could drink whiskey straight.

See your grade school arch-nemesis. The one that took your journal out of your backpack in middle school and read it out loud during morning…

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