Altering clothes not only makes you feel pleasantly adult and responsible and "because I'm worth it" — it makes your clothes fit. Seriously, what's not to love, Dress Coders?!
In this week's dress code, we'll talk about protecting perhaps your biggest sartorial investment: footwear.
Writing on MSNBC, Eve Tahmincioglu really kind of sums it up: "Too sexy. Too frumpy. Too conservative. Women can't get a break when it comes to what they choose to wear to work." Which is, it turns out, a problem.
In our own nod to Fashion Week, we at Jezebel invited you to our rooftop for a mondo swap-meet. The result? Free clothes, free booze, only one injury, the inevitable orphaned bra, and many a find.
A new makeover show on We, You're Wearing That?!?, lets mothers and daughters dress each other. Oh yes, we're going to watch this.
There's a terrifying new Forever21 flagship in Times Square, which is intimidating to even the most seasoned shopper. And since a couple of people have asked for a Dress Code that tackles fast fashion, here we are.
After our last date-centric installment of Dress Code, we received some good questions on dressing for post-work, at-home, and "club" dates — all very good situations that deserve to be sartorially explored.
Some people love getting ready for dates. They consider it the fun part! Not so for the rest of us. In our latest installment of Dress Code, we'll help you execute an appropriate outfit for some common dating scenarios.
After our last work-centric installment of Dress Code, we received some good questions on dressing for trade jobs and sportswriting gigs, what's worth spending money on, how many pairs of pants a woman needs — all issues to be addressed!
Work. Chances are, you will find yourself employed at some point in your life, but dressing appropriately for your workplace can be a tricky endeavor. As a part of our ongoing Dress Code series, we're helping you navigate these waters.
I love stories of women being inspired by their moms' styles. Maybe because I can't relate at all.
This week's New Yorker is talking up Polyvore, the addictive DIY fashion-page site, as a venue for burgeoning fashionistas. We, on the other hand, put it to much more...sinister use.
A "new study" finds that the average woman will spend almost a year of her life deciding what to wear.
To mark the announcement of The Rachel Zoe Project's second season debut date, Zoe shared her 34 summer "must-haves" with Entertainment Weekly. Unfortunately, her little list left off most of the pricing information. We sought to rectify that oversight!
One woman has pledged to wear a single dress for one year to show how far a little creativity can go towards helping the planet. So, how's that working out for her?