It’s hard to believe that it has been an entire year since Jennifer Aniston sold her most unflattering pair of Chloé cork wedges on Goop.com, but as time marches relentlessly on, so too does Goop. La Gwyneth has done it again, managing to separate her extremely wealthy friends from their free designer swag (“there are…
Balenciaga debuted the brand’s first-ever men’s runway show this week, designed by much-hyped new creative director Demna Gvasalia. The results were great, assuming there’s a large swath of male luxury consumers interested in looking like two young children stacked on top of each other inside a trench coat.
Welcome to Fashion Scavenger Hunt, a long-running Jezebel column in which we all work together to find the elusive product of your dreams. Need help with a style or specific item, or just looking for advice on dupes? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I, too, will put my nimble googling fingers to work.
What would you think if a coworker or employee showed up to work in loose ripped jeans, scuzzy sneakers, the same shirt she wore yesterday, frizzy hair, dirty unpolished nails, and a band-aid hanging off her arm from a recent tetanus shot? Would you judge me? Should I buy new clothes? Probably?
I didn’t believe it at first, either. When I first heard about the Būband, I googled up review after review looking for someone who could verify that it was a ridiculous garbage gimmick. But most of what I read was positive, so I told you guys all about it. I even bought one for myself, and now? I’m a believer.
I’m going to say something you’re all just going to have to accept this as a fact because it is a fact: People in Washington DC do not dress well. The taste level is just not there. I suppose it’s somewhat excused because everyone is so focused on politics and how to get their trash picked up when the government shuts…
The fashions of The Real Housewives of New York are much like the city’s famous Times Square: Expensive, loud and always a bit too much.
The Real Housewives brand was built on aspiration. In theory, many of the women are like slightly to moderately unhinged versions of us, but with mansions, diamonds and $3,000 purses.
Irish retailer, Primark, made inroads to the American market in September, looking to compete with the likes of Forever 21 and current king of fast fashion, Zara. Now the teen-focused chain is expanding its reach into the market by producing low-priced, Instagram-friendly clothes. In Europe, the retail chain is known…
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Welcome back to Deep Cuts. I’m taking over for Jane this week. This is my first Deep Cuts, so be kind. Or don’t. There is a 100% chance I’ll live either way.
Greetings devoted Thriftee’s! I’m back with another round of Thrift Diaries. I just went on the road with my male companion, El-P (Jaime), and Killer Mike, aka Rap Super-Duo Run the Jewels, for one week to five different cities. I hung out, ate a lot of good food, talked a lot of shit and thrifted. Join me, won’t you?
Now that Halloween is upon us, a bunch of weird, so-called “Halloween” items are on sale. Let’s make fun of them and then secretly buy them anyway.
Greetings devoted Thriftees! I’m back with another round of Thrift Diaries: Hip Hop edition! Just kidding, but I did go on the road with my male companion, El-P (Jaime), and Killer Mike, aka Rap Super-Duo Run the Jewels, for one week to five different cities. I hung out, ate a lot of good food, talked a lot of shit…
Welcome back to Deep Cuts where we round up a bunch of hot junk that’s on sale.
Some think that being poor is simple. You don’t have enough money to buy a lot of stuff, so you’re forced to buy less stuff. But that’s not really how it works. When you’re broke, you can’t do all the little things that will improve your budget over the long run. It actually costs more to be poor.
Welcome back to Deep Cuts where we make fun of a bunch of hot junk that’s on sale and then secretly buy it anyway.
Welcome back to Deep Cuts where we make fun of a bunch of stuff that’s on sale and then secretly buy it anyway.
Tuesday night’s episode of WAGS featured a garment that is truly not for the meek. Cast member Natalie Halcro rocked this little number which appears to be a crochet dress with two waist-high slits on either side.
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